The Week Ahead: Presidents Day, A Potbelly Update, and Finding A Fish Fry

A sampling of what's ahead this week in Creve Coeur and on Patch.

It is a shortened workweek for many Monday, with the federal observance of Presidents Day. Click here for a reminder of what's open and closed Monday.

If your business is open or closed today, here's an easy way to tell your customers about it--claim your Patch listing and post an announcement.

Because of the holiday, the City of Creve Coeur's Planning and Zoning Commission's regular meeting will be held Tuesday night. The most notable agenda item, as first reported by Patch, is a public hearing on a proposal to bring a Potbelly Sandwhich Works location to the former Provisions Market storefront in CityPlace.

With the beginning of Lent this week, you may be in the market for a good fish fry. We're happy to help. Check out our Fish Fry Finder, and send us your suggestions.

Thursday, a Whitfield School student profiled here late last year will present the result of his independent study on last year's Japanese nuclear disaster. "Learning from Fukushima: Reflections on a Nuclear Crisis", will also feature guest speaker Jean-Michel Cousteau.

Friday, the Creve Coeur-Olivette Chamber of Commerce holds the organization's annual dinner auction, moved to the Jewish Community Center because of high turnout. New this year is the addition of awarding the Police Officer of the Year and Firefighter of the Year, something previously done in conjunction with Creve Coeur Days in May.

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