South Grand has an event for every season. Partake in one of our movies at Ritz Park, or come and enjoy dining on any one of our great patios during the South Grand Dine Around. Browse beautiful hand crafts during Fall Fest. Come and have your photo taken with the Grinch during the holidays. There is an event for every season on South Grand.

Once a month during the summer and early fall, we host free movies, lectures or concerts. We hope to see you there.



Small Business Saturday
and Tree Lighting Ceremony

Saturday, November 30, 2019
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

Ritz Park, 3147 S. Grand Blvd.
DIY S’mores, Hot Cocoa and Carolers

Join South Grand on Small Business Saturday by supporting our small local businesses and end the day with our annual tree lighting in the Ritz Park. Free and open to the public.

4:30PM DIY S’mores and Hot Cocoa will be provided throughout event
5:00PM Caroling. Ignite Theatre Company will be providing the caroling.
5:30PM Tree Lighting
6:00PM Conclusion

Grinchmas and Cocoa Crawl

Saturday, December 7, 2019
9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Grinchmas and Cocoa Crawl with Window Decorating Contest

Where: Apotheosis Comics
Get a photo taken with the Grinch. Enjoy a cup of hot cocoa at participating retailers. And judge a holiday window decorating contest. FREE balloon animals from the Shriner Clowns. Photos with the Grinch are only $7, or $5 plus a donation. Click here to view a list of donations that are needed. 10% of all sales of cocoa crawl businesses will be donated to Shriners Hospital for Children. Voters can win a $100 gift card to the business of their choice.

Participating Businesses:

Botanicals Design Studio
Urban Matter
Garden District
Zee Bee Market
Found by the Pound
Orpheum Cleaners
Salon Saint Louis
Avec Lua
Grow Active Solutions
Dunaway Books
Apotheosis Comics and Lounge
TRX Tattoos and Piercing *
* Will only be participating in window decorating contest and opens at 11AM

A flavor all it's own

I love being in the city close to the nightlife
of South Grand... and outstanding access
to local parks and the Botanical gardens.

-Steve Tower Grove East Resident