What is the Rockwood Gold Card? The Gold Card provides free-or-reduced admission to a variety of Rockwood-sponsored activities where admission is normally charged.
How do I become a Rockwood Gold Card Member? Membership is free to all Rockwood residents age 60 and older. To obtain a Gold Card, please contact the Rockwood Community Education office at 636-733-2164.
What are the benefits of Rockwood Gold Card Membership? As a Rockwood resident, you are welcome to join our school community in a variety of athletic and fine arts activities, as well as select Community Education activities.
What do I need to know?1) Each qualifying resident must have a Gold Card issued in his or her name prior to receiving free-or-reduced admission to a Rockwood activity.2) The Gold Card allows for one free-or-reduced admission per member.
3) When you arrive at the Rockwood event show your Gold Card to the person in charge of admission to verify your membership.
4) If the Rockwood-sponsored activity, such as a school play, has multiple performances, the Gold Card may be used for free-or-reduced admission to one performance of your choice, pending availability.
5) If tickets are sold in advance of an activity (i.e., plays, concerts, etc.), it is recommended that you contact the Rockwood school or department overseeing the activity in advance to reserve your Gold Card admission. There are no guarantees that Gold Card admissions will be available on the day of the activity - if tickets are sold in advance.
Eureka: Jason Green, 636.733.3136Lafayette: Steve Berry, 636.733.4137Marquette: Mark Linneman, 636.891.6037Rockwood Summit: Mitch Lefkowitz, 636.891.6836