Date: Sep 15, 2018 | Time: 9:00 am - 7:00 pm
The annual Kirkwood Greentree Festival is held in the Kirkwood City Park. The festival begins Friday evening, September 14th and runs through Sunday, September 16th. Events during the festival include a parade on Saturday at 10am, a Kids Dog Show and a Canine Frisbee Contest on Friday, a Classic Car Show on Sunday, live entertainment, Folklive Festival, plus a Wine Garden and 170+ Arts and Crafts booths, tons of food and game booths and sooo much more! See website for the full line-up of events over the three day festival. This event is FREE to attend.
Kirkwood City Park is the most heavily used of the Kirkwood city parks. With 92 acres of park land, it features an outdoor amphitheater, picnic sites and pavilions, softball fields, tennis courts, handball courts, horseshoe pits, shuffleboard courts, a playground, biking and walking trails, and a spray fountain. Also located within the park is Walker Lake that provides fishing opportunities, the Kirkwood Community Center, Robert G. Reim Theater, and the Recreation Station Aquatic Center and Ice Arena. The park hosts many annual community events such as the Greetree Festival, the Freedom Festival on the Fourth of July, and a Summer Concert Series.
Directions: Kirkwood City Park is located in the city of Kirkwood, Missouri at the corner of West Adams Avenue and Geyer Road. From Manchester Road, take North Geyer Road south to the park entrance on the right. From Kirkwood Road/Highway 67, take West Adams Avenue west to Geyer Road. Make a left and immediately enter the park on the right.
West Adams Avenue and Geyer Road,