Summer begins here! Forsyth Summer Discovery strikes the perfect balance between structure and (age-appropriate!) freedom, offering children age 3 through Grade 6 a largely "unplugged" experience with a neighborhood feel.
Different weekly themes allow campers to become engineers, artists, cyclists, filmmakers, performers, climbers, designers, scientists, photographers, explorers, and more! Summer Discovery is a place to play, try, make, be and do – on the high ropes or obstacle course, in the science lab, on the stage, in the garden, or on the field.
Safety abounds at Summer Discovery! Small camp cohorts are led by dedicated faculty and counselors spaced out among the eight buildings on Forsyth's one-of-a-kind, 4.5-acre campus. Faculty, staff and campers of all ages are required to wear masks.
Visit forsythschool.org/summer-discovery to explore the 2021 season – including weekly camp themes, instructors, and safety protocols – and register online. Extended Day is available; additional fees apply.
The Saint Louis Chess Club is offering free group chess instruction to kids and teens at various branches of the St. Louis County Library.
The History Clubhouse at the Missouri History Museum has reopened for one-hour play sessions by reservation. The award-winning History Clubhouse is an interactive space designed for children and families with lots of hands-on experiences showcasing state and local history.
Visit the James S. McDonnell Planetarium in Forest Park and see a star show to experience the largest artificial sky in the Western Hemisphere. Star shows are lead LIVE by one of the Planetarium's educators, creating a new and tailored experience for every audience.