Junior League Opens for Business in Downtown Kirkwood

The St. Louis organization dedicated to developing the potential of young women says Downtown Kirkwood is the perfect fit for its new headquarters and training facility.

The Junior League of St. Louis (JLSL) couldn't be happier with its new location for the organization's headquarters and training facility at 106 N. Kirkwood Rd.

The Downtown Kirkwood space will allow easier access for League members, as well as significant space for use by patrons, training sessions, membership meetings and events, according to a statement from JLSL.

In addition to League activities, the 4,100 square-foot, two-story building also provides retail space for Junior League products, including JLSL Cinnamon Rolls, and a variety of Junior League cookbooks including the top-selling JLSL St. Louis Days/St. Louis Nights cookbook.

“I am delighted that the League has found such a beautiful, functional space to serve as a headquarters for all of our community projects and training programs," JLSL president Sue Felling says in a statement. “We are excited to join the Kirkwood community."

JLSL will hold a grand opening of the facility Feb. 29 from 3-7 p.m., with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 3:15 p.m. Felling and Kirkwood Mayor Art McDonnell will make remarks and light refreshments will be served.

Click here to RSVP or call 314-822-2344.

Sarah King February 16, 2012 at 07:39 PM
I would like to personally welcome JLSL to Downtown Kirkwood and feel that it is a great addition to the Downtown Kirkwood community. Although I do think that it's dangerous that the cinnamon rolls are now only going to be around the corner from BLUSH...because oh my goodness are they delicious!!!


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