KMOV Channel 4's Great Day St Louis Show broadcasted LIVE from City Hall to kick off the 2016 Florissant Fall Festival held the first Sunday each October.Read More
The Florissant Water Tower is a highly recognized landmark at Tower Court Park which has lighted tennis courts, 1850's log cabin and the Old Narrow Gauge Railroad Station.Read More
Tour beautiful babbling brooks, barns and butterflies in our annual Old Town Florissant Pond Tour. Read More
Our Celebration and Eucharistic Procession on Corpus Christi Sunday starts at Sacred Heart Church and travels to Old St. Ferdinand Shrine.Read More
The original 1890 St. Ferdinand Shrine church building still stands today displaying the original architecture.Read More
FOTP represents citizens, businesses and government who believe that Old Town Florissant is an attractive area where persons experience a stable, healthy community with a rich cultural heritage.Read More
Lovely St. Ferdinand Park features a lake with water feature, walking/biking trail, playgrounds, ball fields and tennis courts.Read More
Take your pick of a variety of restaurants and taverns in Old Town Florissant, including fine dining at historic Hendel's Market Cafe & Wine Bar on St. Denis.Read More
Remembering our history, celebrating today, investing in our future.
Historic Old Town Florissant, located just north of St. Louis, Missouri, combines vintage nostalgia with a fun, bustling community. Enjoy shopping, dining and other businesses housed in charming historic buildings. Rows of lovely restored century homes beckon your eyes along peaceful tree-lined streets. Our historic rue St. Francois Street hosts a variety of exciting annual events and festivals including the Valley of Flowers Festival in the Spring and our Florissant Fall Festival. Our monthly Wednesday Nights Out feature live music, shopping and dining. And don’t miss our Christmas Lighting Event and annual Pancake Breakfast!
Florissant Old Town Partners
SUNDAY OCTOBER 9, 2016
RUE ST. FRANCOIS – 11AM – 5PM
Once again Florissant Old Town Partners has teamed up with the City of Florissant and the Missouri and Regional Arts Councils to announce the date of their 19th Annual Florissant Old Town Fall Festival.
The Fall Festival on rue St. Francois in Old Town Florissant is on Sunday October 9th. It begins at 11:00 am this year and runs until 5:00 p.m. on rue St. Francois. Look for all of your favorite activities including a chili cook-off, live entertainment on each block, Fido Follies, children’s activities, large flower show and competition, celebration of our cultural heritage, craft fair, flea market, food booths galore, wine and cheese garden and many other booths and displays. St. Ferdinand Shrine will be selling a variety of Old Shrine Items as well as several activities in the Shrine area.
Once again, the Florissant Police Welfare Association will be hosting a benefit car show on the Knights of Columbus grounds.
The Craft Fair area is always a big hit with over 60 crafters getting you ready for holiday shopping. MoChips – free child identification kits will be back and in City Hall. As for the past several years the festival will include a Children’s Art Festival on the City Hall lawn. The Florissant Fall Festival in Old Town Florissant is chaired by Karen Goodwin and Diana Weidinger and a committee that can’t be beat.
If you are interested in being a part of the Fall Festival submit your application online. You may also email us at email@example.com or call 314-837-0033 and speak to Brenda. We are looking for participants for the flea market, craft fair, food and game booths, informational booths for not-for-profit organizations, commercial businesses, musicians and sponsorships.
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There will be something for everyone! Mark your calendar now and bring your friends and family for wonderful day in Florissant. This is truly a “must” event for everyone!!
THANK YOU TO THIS YEAR’S SPONSORS!
Phone: (314) 837-0033
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