August 31, 2009

Hike into History with Esley Hamilton

The Wydown-Forsyth National Historic District

Saturday, September 26, 2009

9:00 am to 11:00 am

Site of the Philippine exhibit at the World's Fair, this neighborhood was intended by Robert Brookings and Thomas Skinker to provide a worthy setting for Washington University. The distinguished architect-designed houses have attracted many outstanding residents over the past century. Group will meet at the north door of the Church of St. Michael and St. George on Ellenwood at Wydown. Wear comfortable walking shoes. Pre-registration is required.

Cost $5.00 To Register, call 290-8500 and refer to Program # 9092 or visit and search for program Code # 9092

Wydown Tomorrow - A letter to the Clayton community

Dear Old Town Clayton Neighborhood Association,

I have been asked to share the letter below with you regarding the future of Wydown Middle School by Kristin Redington, a Clayton resident and Co-Chair of Wydown Tomorrow. More information can be found at

Feel free to share this post with other Clayton neighbors and friends.

Thanks and Regards,

Cheryl Verde
President, Old Town Clayton Neighbrhood Association
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August 25, 2009

Friday August 28th, from 5:00 pm - 10 pm

The inaugural PARTY ON THE POINT event is scheduled on the grounds of St. Joseph Church which is located in Old Town. PARTY ON THE POINT is a fundraiser to support primarily Habitat for Humanity. For young adults and young at heart, PARTY ON THE POINT will bring together friends, neighbors, and fellow parishioners for music, great food, and lots of fun on the parking lots of the church. You must be 21 or older to attend.

Information and tickets are available via . Tomorrow (Wednesday) is the last day to purchase advance tickets for $25.00 online, or at the parish rectory! The price will be $35.00 at the door on the day of the event.