The Sunset Hills Historical Society’s September 2018 event will be the German Fest, a celebration of the area’s German founding fathers, on Sunday, September 23, 2018. The music of the Joe Polach & the St. Louis Express Band will provide entertainment from 5:00 til 7:00 p.m. on the lawn in front of the on the lawn in front of the Sunset Hills Community Center, at 3915 S Lindbergh Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63127. You will see folks sitting in lawn chairs scattered around the lawn (unless it’s a hot evening; then they’ll be sitting in the shade 😊) and see and smell the barbecue smoke rising from the grill.
Food will be for sale, and furnished by members of Heartland Industries. Barbecued hamburgers, hotdogs, bratwurst and chips will be for sale at a nominal fee, with a portion of the proceeds going to this local nonprofit sheltered workshop.
And what German Fest would be complete without dessert? The Tikiz Shaved Ice and Ice Cream truck will be on site. They claim to bring ‘Sweets to the Streets’ with ‘The Coolest Truck on Earth’ and they accept credit cards and offer gluten-free items.
The St. Louis Express band specializes in ethnic music, especially polkas and waltzes, but also plays a variety of American standard songs, country, and rock n roll. So bring your dancing shoes, as well as your own lawn chair to rest up between dances.
Beer and wine will also be for sale, with a portion of these proceeds going to the Sunset Hills Historical Society.
Heartland Industries is located in nearby Green Park. It’s mission is to provide quality contract packaging business services to each customer. “We extend dignified employment opportunities to the intellectually challenged and to those with other disabilities. We operate in a businesslike manner within a safe and helpful environment for the benefit of all.”
We look forward to seeing you there Sunday!
Anne Jesse, Secretary
Sunset Hills Historical Society