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2015 Christmas Wreath Fundraiser


Get a fresh wreath for your historic home

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2015 Christmas Wreath Fundraiser


Get a fresh wreath for your historic home

You can order a fresh wreath from the same farm that’s providing the Christmas Tree to the residence of Vice President of the U.S.! And help SRG raise some money at the same time. 

Order must be placed before October 31, and wreaths will be available before Thanksgiving. Ordering can be done by clicking on the link to the right.
If paying by check email Rick Dungey fundraising@soulard.org and allow plenty of time before Oct. 31 deadline! 

Decorated wreaths include wired pine cones, holly berries and a red velvet bow.

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Soulard


The Soulard neighborhood is an economically- and culturally-diverse community located less than two miles south of downtown Saint Louis.

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Soulard


The Soulard neighborhood is an economically- and culturally-diverse community located less than two miles south of downtown Saint Louis.

The Soulard Farmer's Market from 8th Street.

A Destination

The Soulard neighborhood is an economically- and culturally-diverse community located less than two miles south of downtown Saint Louis. The area is named for Antoine Pierre Soulard, a pioneer Frenchman who first came to the area in the late 1790s as a surveyor for the King of Spain.

Soulard is one of the oldest parts of the city with original housing stock dating from the mid- to late-1800s and exhibiting a range of architectural styles that include Second Empire, most identifible by the characterisic Mansard roof The neighborhood applied for and was granted its historic designation on December 26, 1972.

ATTRACTIONS OF SOULARD

The Market

Great Food

Nightlife

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News


Since 1976 The Soulard Renaissance has been the newspaper of record for this historic neighborhood. This is the continuation of that original vision.

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News


Since 1976 The Soulard Renaissance has been the newspaper of record for this historic neighborhood. This is the continuation of that original vision.