There will be activities for the whole family at the Winter Carnival and Kids Night Out, a benefit for the Chesterfield Family YMCA featuring Circus Kaput. Enjoy carnival games, cotton candy, popcorn, face painting, balloon animals, cariacatures and a circus show.
Step right up to learn the jig and other dances from instructors with the Clark Academy of Irish Dance.
Don't miss Circus Harmony's annual confluence of music and circus arts for 2019: Accelerando, a circus spy thriller. Accelerando features new acts, including Chinese Pole and Hoop Diving, coached by Circus Harmony graduates who are touring the world performing these acts with Cirque du Soleil!
Laumeier offers one-week themed Summer Art Camps in half-day morning sessions for ages 4-6 and full-day sessions for ages 6-12. Participants learn about art in a camp setting with field day activities; weekly pool visits; gallery exhibition excursions; and treks through the Park and woodland trails. New this year, the Teen Art Program for ages 13-17 offers three, 2-week sessions for teens interested in further developing their artistic skills and knowledge through hands-on application and mentorship.
At ABC Chefs Cooking Camp, the kids are the chefs. Each day campers will get to make 3 to 4 recipes! Kids also get to cook with one of the top celebrity teen chefs in the nation, Chef Ayla from Food Network's Chopped Junior and Fox's Masterchef Jr.
Each camp week will feature a special themed menu including Baking Week, Masterchef Camp, Mystery Basket, and more fun challenges. Camps run from Monday through Thursday during the summer and are open to children between the ages of 6 and 17.
Emily Brown & The Thing is an exciting blend of storytelling, theater, original music and lots of laughs. Follow Emily Brown and her old grey rabbit on some magical adventures in this show that is perfect for audiences age 3 and up.
Bring your family to the Missouri History Museum to celebrate and reflect on the life and legacy of Dt. Martin Luther King Jr. Discuss how to make a difference in your community, get active with yoga and movement workshops, create peace-inspired art, meet local and nationally renowned authors, and explore stories of the civil rights movement and the work of Dr. King.
Engage your young scientist in science-related learning at the Saint Louis Science Center's Preschool Science Series. Through interactive stories and hands-on exploration, children learn about science, as well as language, problem-solving and social skills.
Honor the life, the work and the contributions of Dr. King by joining the University of Missouri – St. Louis for a morning of incredible performances and inspirational speeches. The impressive lineup includes filmmaker and activist Bree Newsome, KMOV reporter Justin Andrews, soloist Brian Owens, and the St. Louis Children’s Choirs. Tickets are free and include both complimentary parking and light refreshments following the ceremony.