Upcoming Doggie Wanna Cookie? EventsCome visit us!
We love selling at farmer’s markets and local stores where we can meet our customers and see those tails wag as they enjoy our treats! Visit us at one of our Doggie Wanna Cookie? events, or leave us feedback. We’d love to meet you.
Join us for one of the most popular theme weekend events at the Renaissance Festival! Bring your pooch and learn about pet safety and training, purchase pet clothing, personalized tags, all-natural dog food and parade your dog around for the Pet Costume Contest! Pet related vendors will be featured and you even have the chance to adopt a pup right on the spot! You must complete the Dog Registration Form & check in at the pet gate.
Look for all of your favorite activities including a chili cook-off, live entertainment on each block, Fido Follies, children’s activities, large flower show and competition, celebration of our cultural heritage, craft fair, flea market, food booths galore, wine and cheese garden and many other booths and displays. St. Ferdinand Shrine will be selling a variety of Old Shrine Items as well as several activities in the Shrine area.
Once again, the Florissant Police Welfare Association will be hosting a benefit car show on the Knights of Columbus grounds.
The Craft Fair area is always a big hit with over 60 crafters getting you ready for holiday shopping. MoChips – free child identification kits will be back and in City Hall. As for the past several years the festival will include a Children’s Art Festival on the City Hall lawn.
The Webster Groves Holiday Open House has been a tradition in our community for over 25 years. It takes place on the second Sunday in November, and draws thousands of visitors every year from all around the Greater St. Louis area. This event is sponsored by the WG Trade Association, and many participating shops and businesses in historic downtown Webster Groves are open that day. There are refreshments in the stores, strolling carolers, Santa Claus, carriage rides, and a trolley to transport visitors around Webster.