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Monday, April 27, 2015

The Preschool Science Series at the Saint Louis Science Center is the perfect program for young, budding scientists! Preschool-age children and an adult caretaker will explore, investigate, hear stories, and do hands-on science together.

Each session features a different topic, so you'll want to attend often! 

Sessions are held from 10 to 11 a.m. Space is limited and reservations are required. One adult per four children is required. 

Cost is $30 per child (age 3 and up) for one month of sessions (three sessions per month). $25 per child for members.

Monthly themes are:

April: Paleo Preschool. Kids can come and dig deep and learn about dinosaurs! Each week they will explore different dinosaur activities sure to excite the young paleontologist. They'll learn about teeth, claws, dino poop and more!

May: Simply Science Preschool. Little ones will get hands-on with color mixing, electricity, magnets, and animal friends. Each week's topic will have a related art project to take home.

June: Build It! Preschool. Kids will engineer a paper aircraft, sturdy house and steady bridge using recycled materials. Each week featured a different building challenge and structure to take home.

July: Healthy Me Preschool. Little ones will investigate the skeletal system and the five senses during this interactive session. They'll learn about measurement and balance and about making healthy choices for their bodies. When making reservations, please disclose any food allergies your child has.

At the Saint Louis Science Center.

More information and reservations: slsc.org

 

Locations: 
St. Louis

Kids can work on existing gym skills, learn new skills or just play around during Open Gym at Miss Kelly's Gym. Open Gym is held several times each week: Mondays at 7:30 p.m., Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m., and Fridays at 11:30 a.m.

Each open gym session lasts one hour.

Free for members; $8 for non-members. Call for more information: 314-439-1100 or email tumble@misskellysgym.com

More information: www.misskellysgym.com

The James S. McDonnell Planetarium in Forest Park features shows in the Orthwein StarBay daily. A 25-minute day sky Planetarium Show plays daily, along with:

•The Little Star That Could. Recommended for early childhood groups, The Little Star That Could is the story of an average star that travels the universe and makes many discoveries along the way.

•Live Sky: Southern Stars: This show, recommended for grades 6-12, takes you on a quick trip to see the stars as they appear at the North Pole, then heads south of the Equator to see constellations that never appear in St. Louis skies.

•Live Sky Tonight. This all live show features the Planetarium projector showing a brilliant simulated night on the Planetarium's 80-foot dome. The show, recommended for all ages, features what is currently visible in the night sky, including constellations, planets, current Moon phase and any other special astronomical events, such as meteor showers or comets. It also features current space exploration such as the rover on Mars.

After the show, you can take a self-guided tour of the Boeing Space Station to learn about living and working in space.

Admission is free for members of the Saint Louis Science Center, Non-member adults are $6, children and seniors are $5 and military personnel at $4.

Shows play daily hourly on the half hour. For a schedule and more information, go to slsc.org/planetarium-shows

At the James S. McDonnell Planetarium in Forest Park.

 

Locations: 
St. Louis

Catch a movie or two at the Saint Louis Science Center's OMNIMAX Theater, where films are shown with the power of IMAX film technology. Sit under the four-story screen while taking in breathtaking, awe-inspiring scenery in a state-of-the-art, wrap-around, domed theater.

Now Playing:

Mysteries of the Unseen World: Do you think everything you see in your world is all there is to see? Think again! There is another world you can't see, made up of things that are too small or things that move too fast or too slow for the naked eye to see. Mysteries of the Unseen World takes you into these invisible realms that surround you every minute of the day to see what you're missing. This visually stunning film is produced by National Geographic. 

Humpback Whales. Their songs captured our hearts and their story will inspire you forever. An extraordinary journey into the mysterious world of one of nature's most awe-inspiring marine mammals, Humpback Whales takes audiences to Alaska, Hawaii and the remote islands of Tonga for an up-close look at how these whales communicate, sing, feed, play and take care of their young. Captured for the first time with IMAX® cameras, and found in every ocean on earth, humpbacks were nearly driven to extinction 50 years ago, but today are making a steady recovery. Join a team of researchers as they unlock the secrets of the humpback and find out what makes humpbacks the most acrobatic of all whales, why they sing their haunting songs, and why these intelligent 50-foot, 48-ton animals migrate more than 6,000 miles round-trip every year.

NEW! Journey to Space. Using exclusive interviews with astronauts and spectacular space footage, Journey to Space puts into historical context the magnificent contributions made by the Space Shuttle program and its intrepid space pioneers. Viewers will witness unique views of Earth and operations in space, such as deploying and repairing the Hubble Space Telescope, and how the Shuttle launched and assembled the International Space Station. Plus, you'll learn about the exciting plans NASA and the space community are working on, and the challenges they must overcome to carry out audacious missions such as landing astronauts on Mars and capturing asteriods.

Showtimes vary daily. For showtimes and tickets, to go to www.slsc.org/showtimes

Discounts available for groups of 10 or more. Call 800-456-SLSC x4424 or 314-289-4424 for group ticket information.

Watch a preview of Humpback Whales:

 

Locations: 
St. Louis
Age Ranges: 
All Ages

Little ones can learn about the important work that firefighters do and have the opportunity to climb on the fire truck at this story hour. Kids will listen to a firefighter read a story, then they'll explore the fire truck. They'll also make trail mix before they leave.

 

10 a.m. Free. Reservations are not required.

 

At the EMS & Fire Protection Safety House in Manchester

 

Sponsored by Whole Foods Market in Town and Country.

 

More information: wholefoodsmarket.com

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Visit the Animal Protective Association (APA) of Missouri for a free story time for preschoolers and help foster their love of animals. Stories will be led by APA Education Director Jennifer Blome and other special guests. Kids will learn about caring for our four-legged friends as well as be entertained by fun stories.

The APA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing people and pets together, advancing humane education and creating programs beneficial to the human/animal bond.

The free story time is open to all. 10:30 to 11 a.m.

More information: apamo.org

Photo of Jennifer Blome courtesy of APA of Missouri

 

 

Locations: 
St. Louis County
Age Ranges: 
Preschool

Catch a movie or two at the Saint Louis Science Center's OMNIMAX Theater, where films are shown with the power of IMAX film technology. Sit under the four-story screen while taking in breathtaking, awe-inspiring scenery in a state-of-the-art, wrap-around, domed theater.

Now Playing:

Mysteries of the Unseen World: Do you think everything you see in your world is all there is to see? Think again! There is another world you can't see, made up of things that are too small or things that move too fast or too slow for the naked eye to see. Mysteries of the Unseen World takes you into these invisible realms that surround you every minute of the day to see what you're missing. This visually stunning film is produced by National Geographic. 

Humpback Whales. Their songs captured our hearts and their story will inspire you forever. An extraordinary journey into the mysterious world of one of nature's most awe-inspiring marine mammals, Humpback Whales takes audiences to Alaska, Hawaii and the remote islands of Tonga for an up-close look at how these whales communicate, sing, feed, play and take care of their young. Captured for the first time with IMAX® cameras, and found in every ocean on earth, humpbacks were nearly driven to extinction 50 years ago, but today are making a steady recovery. Join a team of researchers as they unlock the secrets of the humpback and find out what makes humpbacks the most acrobatic of all whales, why they sing their haunting songs, and why these intelligent 50-foot, 48-ton animals migrate more than 6,000 miles round-trip every year.

NEW! Journey to Space. Using exclusive interviews with astronauts and spectacular space footage, Journey to Space puts into historical context the magnificent contributions made by the Space Shuttle program and its intrepid space pioneers. Viewers will witness unique views of Earth and operations in space, such as deploying and repairing the Hubble Space Telescope, and how the Shuttle launched and assembled the International Space Station. Plus, you'll learn about the exciting plans NASA and the space community are working on, and the challenges they must overcome to carry out audacious missions such as landing astronauts on Mars and capturing asteriods.

Showtimes vary daily. For showtimes and tickets, to go to www.slsc.org/showtimes

Discounts available for groups of 10 or more. Call 800-456-SLSC x4424 or 314-289-4424 for group ticket information.

Watch a preview of Humpback Whales:

 

Locations: 
St. Louis
Age Ranges: 
All Ages

Little ones can learn about the important work that firefighters do and have the opportunity to climb on the fire truck at this story hour. Kids will listen to a firefighter read a story, then they'll explore the fire truck. They'll also make trail mix before they leave.

 

10 a.m. Free. Reservations are not required.

 

At the EMS & Fire Protection Safety House in Manchester

 

Sponsored by Whole Foods Market in Town and Country.

 

More information: wholefoodsmarket.com

The James S. McDonnell Planetarium in Forest Park features shows in the Orthwein StarBay daily. A 25-minute day sky Planetarium Show plays daily, along with:

•The Little Star That Could. Recommended for early childhood groups, The Little Star That Could is the story of an average star that travels the universe and makes many discoveries along the way.

•Live Sky: Southern Stars: This show, recommended for grades 6-12, takes you on a quick trip to see the stars as they appear at the North Pole, then heads south of the Equator to see constellations that never appear in St. Louis skies.

•Live Sky Tonight. This all live show features the Planetarium projector showing a brilliant simulated night on the Planetarium's 80-foot dome. The show, recommended for all ages, features what is currently visible in the night sky, including constellations, planets, current Moon phase and any other special astronomical events, such as meteor showers or comets. It also features current space exploration such as the rover on Mars.

After the show, you can take a self-guided tour of the Boeing Space Station to learn about living and working in space.

Admission is free for members of the Saint Louis Science Center, Non-member adults are $6, children and seniors are $5 and military personnel at $4.

Shows play daily hourly on the half hour. For a schedule and more information, go to slsc.org/planetarium-shows

At the James S. McDonnell Planetarium in Forest Park.

 

Locations: 
St. Louis

Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and picnic baskets to the front lawn of the Missouri History Museum for the popular Twilight Tuesday outdoor concert series.

Hear some terrific music under the beautiful Forest Park sunset. Food and drinks are also available for purchase from Bixby's, the museum's restaurant, and various food trucks. In the event of inclement weather, call the Twilight Tuesdays Information Hotline after 3 p.m. at 800-916-8212 to check if the concert will still take place.

6 p.m. at the Missouri History Museum. Free.

More information: mohistory.org 

Locations: 
St. Louis

Kids can work on existing gym skills, learn new skills or just play around during Open Gym at Miss Kelly's Gym. Open Gym is held several times each week: Mondays at 7:30 p.m., Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m., and Fridays at 11:30 a.m.

Each open gym session lasts one hour.

Free for members; $8 for non-members. Call for more information: 314-439-1100 or email tumble@misskellysgym.com

More information: www.misskellysgym.com

Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Catch a movie or two at the Saint Louis Science Center's OMNIMAX Theater, where films are shown with the power of IMAX film technology. Sit under the four-story screen while taking in breathtaking, awe-inspiring scenery in a state-of-the-art, wrap-around, domed theater.

Now Playing:

Mysteries of the Unseen World: Do you think everything you see in your world is all there is to see? Think again! There is another world you can't see, made up of things that are too small or things that move too fast or too slow for the naked eye to see. Mysteries of the Unseen World takes you into these invisible realms that surround you every minute of the day to see what you're missing. This visually stunning film is produced by National Geographic. 

Humpback Whales. Their songs captured our hearts and their story will inspire you forever. An extraordinary journey into the mysterious world of one of nature's most awe-inspiring marine mammals, Humpback Whales takes audiences to Alaska, Hawaii and the remote islands of Tonga for an up-close look at how these whales communicate, sing, feed, play and take care of their young. Captured for the first time with IMAX® cameras, and found in every ocean on earth, humpbacks were nearly driven to extinction 50 years ago, but today are making a steady recovery. Join a team of researchers as they unlock the secrets of the humpback and find out what makes humpbacks the most acrobatic of all whales, why they sing their haunting songs, and why these intelligent 50-foot, 48-ton animals migrate more than 6,000 miles round-trip every year.

NEW! Journey to Space. Using exclusive interviews with astronauts and spectacular space footage, Journey to Space puts into historical context the magnificent contributions made by the Space Shuttle program and its intrepid space pioneers. Viewers will witness unique views of Earth and operations in space, such as deploying and repairing the Hubble Space Telescope, and how the Shuttle launched and assembled the International Space Station. Plus, you'll learn about the exciting plans NASA and the space community are working on, and the challenges they must overcome to carry out audacious missions such as landing astronauts on Mars and capturing asteriods.

Showtimes vary daily. For showtimes and tickets, to go to www.slsc.org/showtimes

Discounts available for groups of 10 or more. Call 800-456-SLSC x4424 or 314-289-4424 for group ticket information.

Watch a preview of Humpback Whales:

 

Locations: 
St. Louis
Age Ranges: 
All Ages

The James S. McDonnell Planetarium in Forest Park features shows in the Orthwein StarBay daily. A 25-minute day sky Planetarium Show plays daily, along with:

•The Little Star That Could. Recommended for early childhood groups, The Little Star That Could is the story of an average star that travels the universe and makes many discoveries along the way.

•Live Sky: Southern Stars: This show, recommended for grades 6-12, takes you on a quick trip to see the stars as they appear at the North Pole, then heads south of the Equator to see constellations that never appear in St. Louis skies.

•Live Sky Tonight. This all live show features the Planetarium projector showing a brilliant simulated night on the Planetarium's 80-foot dome. The show, recommended for all ages, features what is currently visible in the night sky, including constellations, planets, current Moon phase and any other special astronomical events, such as meteor showers or comets. It also features current space exploration such as the rover on Mars.

After the show, you can take a self-guided tour of the Boeing Space Station to learn about living and working in space.

Admission is free for members of the Saint Louis Science Center, Non-member adults are $6, children and seniors are $5 and military personnel at $4.

Shows play daily hourly on the half hour. For a schedule and more information, go to slsc.org/planetarium-shows

At the James S. McDonnell Planetarium in Forest Park.

 

Locations: 
St. Louis

Thursday, April 30, 2015

The James S. McDonnell Planetarium in Forest Park features shows in the Orthwein StarBay daily. A 25-minute day sky Planetarium Show plays daily, along with:

•The Little Star That Could. Recommended for early childhood groups, The Little Star That Could is the story of an average star that travels the universe and makes many discoveries along the way.

•Live Sky: Southern Stars: This show, recommended for grades 6-12, takes you on a quick trip to see the stars as they appear at the North Pole, then heads south of the Equator to see constellations that never appear in St. Louis skies.

•Live Sky Tonight. This all live show features the Planetarium projector showing a brilliant simulated night on the Planetarium's 80-foot dome. The show, recommended for all ages, features what is currently visible in the night sky, including constellations, planets, current Moon phase and any other special astronomical events, such as meteor showers or comets. It also features current space exploration such as the rover on Mars.

After the show, you can take a self-guided tour of the Boeing Space Station to learn about living and working in space.

Admission is free for members of the Saint Louis Science Center, Non-member adults are $6, children and seniors are $5 and military personnel at $4.

Shows play daily hourly on the half hour. For a schedule and more information, go to slsc.org/planetarium-shows

At the James S. McDonnell Planetarium in Forest Park.

 

Locations: 
St. Louis

Kids ages 4-14 will learn the proper way to greet dogs and cats to avoid bites and scratches. There will even be a dog at the class to allow the kids to practice. Presented by the APA of Missouri.

Classes are free and will be held at the following times and locations of the St. Louis County Library:

Monday, April 6 at 6:30 p.m. at the Oak Bend Branch.

Wednesday, April 15 at 6:30 p.m. at the Florissant Valley Branch.

Thursday, April 30 at 6:30 p.m. at the Grand Glaize Branch.

More information: slcl.org

 

Catch a movie or two at the Saint Louis Science Center's OMNIMAX Theater, where films are shown with the power of IMAX film technology. Sit under the four-story screen while taking in breathtaking, awe-inspiring scenery in a state-of-the-art, wrap-around, domed theater.

Now Playing:

Mysteries of the Unseen World: Do you think everything you see in your world is all there is to see? Think again! There is another world you can't see, made up of things that are too small or things that move too fast or too slow for the naked eye to see. Mysteries of the Unseen World takes you into these invisible realms that surround you every minute of the day to see what you're missing. This visually stunning film is produced by National Geographic. 

Humpback Whales. Their songs captured our hearts and their story will inspire you forever. An extraordinary journey into the mysterious world of one of nature's most awe-inspiring marine mammals, Humpback Whales takes audiences to Alaska, Hawaii and the remote islands of Tonga for an up-close look at how these whales communicate, sing, feed, play and take care of their young. Captured for the first time with IMAX® cameras, and found in every ocean on earth, humpbacks were nearly driven to extinction 50 years ago, but today are making a steady recovery. Join a team of researchers as they unlock the secrets of the humpback and find out what makes humpbacks the most acrobatic of all whales, why they sing their haunting songs, and why these intelligent 50-foot, 48-ton animals migrate more than 6,000 miles round-trip every year.

NEW! Journey to Space. Using exclusive interviews with astronauts and spectacular space footage, Journey to Space puts into historical context the magnificent contributions made by the Space Shuttle program and its intrepid space pioneers. Viewers will witness unique views of Earth and operations in space, such as deploying and repairing the Hubble Space Telescope, and how the Shuttle launched and assembled the International Space Station. Plus, you'll learn about the exciting plans NASA and the space community are working on, and the challenges they must overcome to carry out audacious missions such as landing astronauts on Mars and capturing asteriods.

Showtimes vary daily. For showtimes and tickets, to go to www.slsc.org/showtimes

Discounts available for groups of 10 or more. Call 800-456-SLSC x4424 or 314-289-4424 for group ticket information.

Watch a preview of Humpback Whales:

 

Locations: 
St. Louis
Age Ranges: 
All Ages

Bring your toddler or preschool-age little ones to Whole Foods Market for this free Mommy and Me Spanish class with Montesorri Bilingual Academy. You'll enjoy songs, stories, games and a snack. 

Taught by Veronica Greene of the Montessori Bilingual Academy. The class will be held in the Kids Club Play Area.

Free, reservations are not required. 10 a.m. to 10:40 a.m. at Whole Foods Market in Town and Country.

More information: wholefoodsmarket.com

 

Friday, May 1, 2015

The James S. McDonnell Planetarium in Forest Park features shows in the Orthwein StarBay daily. A 25-minute day sky Planetarium Show plays daily, along with:

•The Little Star That Could. Recommended for early childhood groups, The Little Star That Could is the story of an average star that travels the universe and makes many discoveries along the way.

•Live Sky: Southern Stars: This show, recommended for grades 6-12, takes you on a quick trip to see the stars as they appear at the North Pole, then heads south of the Equator to see constellations that never appear in St. Louis skies.

•Live Sky Tonight. This all live show features the Planetarium projector showing a brilliant simulated night on the Planetarium's 80-foot dome. The show, recommended for all ages, features what is currently visible in the night sky, including constellations, planets, current Moon phase and any other special astronomical events, such as meteor showers or comets. It also features current space exploration such as the rover on Mars.

After the show, you can take a self-guided tour of the Boeing Space Station to learn about living and working in space.

Admission is free for members of the Saint Louis Science Center, Non-member adults are $6, children and seniors are $5 and military personnel at $4.

Shows play daily hourly on the half hour. For a schedule and more information, go to slsc.org/planetarium-shows

At the James S. McDonnell Planetarium in Forest Park.

 

Locations: 
St. Louis

Bring your family to The Magic House for Fitness Fun Fridays where kids can stretch their muscles and their minds. Visitors wear pedometers and find out just how much they move while playing throughout the museum. Each month features a different theme and fitness experience.

Children can earn free admission by taking a fitness challenge download the challenge here and bringing it with them. The first 100 families to register online for Fitness Fun Friday each month receive a backpack filled with health-related educational material and fitness equipment, including a pedometer and jump rope. Sponsored by Centene Corporation.

Upcoming Fitness Fun Friday dates and themes are:

  • April 3: i9 Sports
  • May 1: Ribbon Dancing
  • June 5: CrossFit St. Louis
  • July 3: Z Power Fitness - Zumba
  • Aug. 7: The Little Gym

The Magic House hosts Fitness Fun Friday from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the first Friday of the month.

More information and registration: magichouse.org

Catch a movie or two at the Saint Louis Science Center's OMNIMAX Theater, where films are shown with the power of IMAX film technology. Sit under the four-story screen while taking in breathtaking, awe-inspiring scenery in a state-of-the-art, wrap-around, domed theater.

Now Playing:

Mysteries of the Unseen World: Do you think everything you see in your world is all there is to see? Think again! There is another world you can't see, made up of things that are too small or things that move too fast or too slow for the naked eye to see. Mysteries of the Unseen World takes you into these invisible realms that surround you every minute of the day to see what you're missing. This visually stunning film is produced by National Geographic. 

Humpback Whales. Their songs captured our hearts and their story will inspire you forever. An extraordinary journey into the mysterious world of one of nature's most awe-inspiring marine mammals, Humpback Whales takes audiences to Alaska, Hawaii and the remote islands of Tonga for an up-close look at how these whales communicate, sing, feed, play and take care of their young. Captured for the first time with IMAX® cameras, and found in every ocean on earth, humpbacks were nearly driven to extinction 50 years ago, but today are making a steady recovery. Join a team of researchers as they unlock the secrets of the humpback and find out what makes humpbacks the most acrobatic of all whales, why they sing their haunting songs, and why these intelligent 50-foot, 48-ton animals migrate more than 6,000 miles round-trip every year.

NEW! Journey to Space. Using exclusive interviews with astronauts and spectacular space footage, Journey to Space puts into historical context the magnificent contributions made by the Space Shuttle program and its intrepid space pioneers. Viewers will witness unique views of Earth and operations in space, such as deploying and repairing the Hubble Space Telescope, and how the Shuttle launched and assembled the International Space Station. Plus, you'll learn about the exciting plans NASA and the space community are working on, and the challenges they must overcome to carry out audacious missions such as landing astronauts on Mars and capturing asteriods.

Showtimes vary daily. For showtimes and tickets, to go to www.slsc.org/showtimes

Discounts available for groups of 10 or more. Call 800-456-SLSC x4424 or 314-289-4424 for group ticket information.

Watch a preview of Humpback Whales:

 

Locations: 
St. Louis
Age Ranges: 
All Ages

All kinds of things are up in the sky. Little ones will hear stories about things that are over our heads.

 

Storytelling at the Museum engages the youngest visitors and their families in historic objects and introduces them to a museum setting in a really fun way using traditional and contemporary story books. Children will also enjoy hands-on crafts and other activities.

 

Each 45-minute session is free and recommended for children ages 2-5. Adults are welcome with children. 

 

10:30 a.m. 

 

At the Missouri History Museum in Forest Park. Free.

 

More information: mohistory.org

 

Locations: 
St. Louis

Saturday, May 2, 2015

You and your kids can learn about space, science, the solar system and lots more in a fun, hands-on way during Public Missions at the Challenger Learning Center. Simulated Space missions are geared for families with kids ages 6 and up (and some for families with kids ages 11 and up).

Missions include Voyage to Mars, Return to the Moon, Rendezvous with a Comet, and the Junior Astronaut Program.

After a brief training session, participants will be launched into space to complete their mission. Crew members aboard the space craft will work with their teammates in Mission Control to navigate the spacecraft, collect and analyze data using real robotic arms and glove boxes, build and launch a probe, and more. Junior Astronauts will make rockets and participate in a simulated space mission.

All Public Missions are two hours long and require advance registration. Cost is $15 per person. 

For more information, dates and times, and reservations: clcstlouis.org

Learn more about Summer Camps at the Challeger Learning Center here

 

The James S. McDonnell Planetarium in Forest Park features shows in the Orthwein StarBay daily. A 25-minute day sky Planetarium Show plays daily, along with:

•The Little Star That Could. Recommended for early childhood groups, The Little Star That Could is the story of an average star that travels the universe and makes many discoveries along the way.

•Live Sky: Southern Stars: This show, recommended for grades 6-12, takes you on a quick trip to see the stars as they appear at the North Pole, then heads south of the Equator to see constellations that never appear in St. Louis skies.

•Live Sky Tonight. This all live show features the Planetarium projector showing a brilliant simulated night on the Planetarium's 80-foot dome. The show, recommended for all ages, features what is currently visible in the night sky, including constellations, planets, current Moon phase and any other special astronomical events, such as meteor showers or comets. It also features current space exploration such as the rover on Mars.

After the show, you can take a self-guided tour of the Boeing Space Station to learn about living and working in space.

Admission is free for members of the Saint Louis Science Center, Non-member adults are $6, children and seniors are $5 and military personnel at $4.

Shows play daily hourly on the half hour. For a schedule and more information, go to slsc.org/planetarium-shows

At the James S. McDonnell Planetarium in Forest Park.

 

Locations: 
St. Louis

At this free hands-on workshop, kids ages 5 to 12 will learn how to build a picket fence photo frame and get to take it home.

All participants will receive a free Kids Workshop Apron, certificate of achievement and commemorative pin.

All supplies are provided. 9 a.m. to noon at local Home Depot stores.

To register and find the workshop nearest you, go to homedepot.com/workshops
 

The Challenger Learning Center, known for offering 'out-of-this-world' science learning for kids, is offering Family Workshops this spring. Workshops are designed for parents and children to work together on aerospace, aviation and engineering-themed projects.

Workshops include all supplies and materials to build a rocket, robot or model airplane. Spaces are limited and reservations are required.

Noon to 3 p.m. at the Challenger Learning Center. Workshops are $20 per parent-child pair. One additional child may be added for $10. Recommended for ages 6 and up.

More information: clcstlouis.org

Click here to learn about summer camps at the Challenger Learning Center.

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