The Bike Stop Cafe has relocated from Second Street in Frenchtown to 701 South Riverside Drive, behind the John Dengler tobacco shop.
The 1,500 square foot building was previously home of the Lewis and Clark Museum and Nature Center, which later moved to the Boat House on the riverfront.
Owners Jodi Devonshire and Tony Caruso opened the Bike Stop Cafe in August 2010.
Baha Rock Club Renamed Rockers of St. Charles
Baha Rock Club on North Main Street was renamed Rockers of St. Charles in late September. The bar has new management, staff and hours.
Baha Rock Club's former owner, Gregg Tinker of Cottleville, died in June.
The venue has live music Thursday, Friday and Saturday. It's open 5 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., Monday through Wednesday, 3 p.m. to 1:30 a.m., Thursday through Saturday.
Foundry Art Centre offers Canvases and Cocktails Night
The Foundry Art Centre will offer a guided night of painting a 16 by 20 inch canvas. Adults ages 21 and older can bring a favorite bottle of wine, water and soda are available for purchase, according to a press release. Fees are $35 for nonmembers or $30 for members. The classes are for students ages 18 and older. The next night will be Nov. 13 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Another is scheduled for Dec. 13. To register, call Jessica at (636) 255-0270 or email@example.com.