Shaw Flags for Sale

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Hey Shaw Residents! Show your neighborhood pride by buying a SHAW Flag to display in your yard or on your front door. Just $10 for SNIA Members, $15 for non-members. Poles and door hangers are available for an additional $10 each. Call or email Jenny Gerstner at the SNIA office (314-771-3101 or to order or pay via the Paypal below and it will be delivered to you. Thanks for supporting Shaw!… Read More

2nd Annual Shaw Small Business Night

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Join us for the 2nd Annual Shaw Small Business Night Friday June 15 from 6-8pm! Home-based vendors will set up in Wild Carrot and businesses will be open throughout the neighborhood! Businesses participating include: Arch Apparel Bailey’s Range Belly Dance with Nisaa Bonboni Home & Gift Co. Cathy Gregory Studio Gallery City Farm STL LLC City House… Read More

2018 SNIA Helping Hands Grants

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In keeping with Shaw Neighborhood Improvement Association’s (SNIA) mission to “improve and maintain the quality of life of all Shaw residents,” we offer the Shaw Helping Hands Grant program to assist those who share that vision and are taking an active part in making it a reality. We thank you for your commitment to making Shaw a strong and vibrant neighborhood and your willingness to work hands-on toward that goal. Read More

Tree Canopy Assessment & Recent Removal

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The removal plan to combat the spread of the Emerald Ash Borer in the City of St. Louis began in 2015 and will take about seven years to complete. There are many Ash trees in our tree lawns (the space between the sidewalk and the street), which are the responsibility of the City’s Forestry Division to maintain. If there are any pests in the vicinity, Drake Lawn & Pest Control wrote this informative guide… Read More

Eighth Ward Alderman Candidate Forum

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In November 2017, Alderman Stephen Conway resigned from his position to accept an appointment as the Assessor for the City of St. Louis. This left his seat open on the Board of Aldermen. To fill his seat for the remainder of the term, a special election for the 8th Ward is to be held Tuesday, February 13, 2018. To provide an opportunity for 8th Ward residents to hear from… Read More

2017 Small Business Saturday

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We have a great variety of businesses in Shaw and the surrounding Tower Grove area to serve as resources for your everyday and holiday shopping and meals. For Small Business Saturday several businesses are offering specials and hosting pop-up shops, including a peek at the new Wild Carrot event and community space.  Participating businesses include: Fiddlehead Fern Café, Bonboni Home & Gift Co., Cathy Gregory Studio Gallery, City Farm STL LLC, Drawings… Read More

Featured Band: Keokuk

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Local rock band Keokuk is bound to be a crowd favorite at the fair next weekend. Their songs are groovy, high energy, and most importantly- originals. Lead singer and guitar player for the group, Curtis Hendricks, is not afraid to tell it like it really is in his lyrics. The songs of the group reflect on the journey of everyday life- both the good parts and the bad. This four piece features a mother… Read More

Featured Band: Bach to the Future

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Every year, the Historic Shaw Art Fair welcomes 135 talented, award-winning artists to the grounds. Though the fair could not be more proud of this overwhelming artistic talent, the art fair is not ONLY for visual artists! Multiple gifted music groups perform at the fair as well, adding to the atmosphere and providing authentic entertainment. One band that the fair is extremely excited to have performing this year is none other than Bach… Read More

Featured Artist: Bill Lemke

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The Historic Shaw Art Fair is extremely proud to announce that award-winning film photographer Bill Lemke will be in attendance again year. Bill has regularly participated in art fairs for over 40 years now, including the the Shaw Art Fair for the last 10. The artist shared, “I have always enjoyed the community feeling of this art fair; the neighborhood setting as well as the tremendous support from the local community.” Because Bill… Read More

Spotlight on Community

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Giving back to the community has, is, and always will be a major priority for the Shaw Neighborhood Improvement Association. Each year, a large sum of money collected from the ticket sales for the Shaw Art Fair is used to support service organizations within the neighborhood. These are known as Shaw’s Helping Hands Grants. These grants are awarded to local non-profits, helping them to further their mission and create positive outcomes for community members. Read More