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Everything you need to now about CELEBRATE ST. PETERS 2016

What to know before you go Before you head to 370 Lakeside Park to enjoy all the fun of Celebrate St. Peters, take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the festival regulations below.   WHAT YOU SHOULD BRING Lawn chairs or blankets to sit on during the Celebrate St. Peters concerts. Seating is available on the lawn and on paved surfaces. Cash for concessions and game tickets, checks or credit cards may be accepted by a limited number of vendors. An ATM machine is available onsite for guests needing cash during the event. Soft drinks and food, but no ...

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Celebrate St. Peters to include classic rock, circa 1970

Major musical acts with hits that go back to the 1960s and 1970s will provide the main stage entertainment at the annual Celebrate St. Peters festival set for Sept. 16-17. Lisa Bedian, St. Peter’s communications director, announced the musical lineup – which includes Firefall, Orleans and Randy Bachman, co-founder of Bachman, Turner Overdrive – at the city’s Board of Aldermen work session on June 23. Firefall, whose hits include “Strange Way” and “Just Remember I Love You” takes the stage at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 16. The band also all appeared at the celebration last year. Following Firefall will ...

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What you MUST know about the O’Fallon Heritage and Freedom Festival

In celebration of America’s birthday the city of O’Fallon again hosts the Heritage & Freedom Fest, its biggest festival of the year, on July 2-4. The Ozzie Smith Sports Complex is transformed for the explosive event. Admission, parking and entertainment are free. The three-day holiday weekend opens with Family Day on Saturday, July 2. During Family Day, unlimited ride wristbands are available for purchase at booths on the grounds for $20 each. In addition to carnival rides, guests can enjoy midway games and concessions. Plus, for just $5 per session, kids can be kids with KnockerBall and the Krazy Kidz ...

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Desperately seeking trombonists

Dr. Jeff Barudin, associate professor of music at Lindenwood University and the new director of its orchestra, has announced that the orchestra will begin welcoming musicians from the community this fall.

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