Preschool

Kids Can Help Food Drive at The Magic House

Children can help those less fortunate and get into The Magic House free during the Museum’s annual canned food drive. On November 14 and 15 children under the age of 12 who bring in three canned goods per person will be admitted to the museum free of charge. The collected food will be donated to the St. Louis Area Foodbank to help families in need.

Helping others can be a magical experience! During regular museum hours.

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Matilda the Musical at the Fox Theater

See the musical that has received rave reviews, called "more glorious than promised" by the New York Times and named by Time Magazine as the #1 show of the year. MATILDA the Musical comes to the Fox Theater through Nov. 1 on it's first national tour.

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Nuts About Squirrels Nature Program

Why are some squirrels gray? What do they eat? How do they climb trees? Preschoolers (ages 3 to 6), will learn about squirrels, through listening to stories, playing games and making a craft. Then, they'll go on an outdoor acorn hunt.

9:30 to 11 a.m. At Rockwoods Reservation. For reservations, call 636-458-2236.

More information: mdc.mo.gov

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Academy of Science BioBlitz

This is your family's chance to experience a great family adventure while you learn about everything from birds to butterflies, crickets to katydids! Participants in BioBlitz will join teams of scientists and skilled naturalists to study biodiversity in a fun, hands-on way.

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Shark Week at the Saint Louis Zoo

Celebrate Shark Week at the Saint Louis Zoo, where you'll get free admission to Stingrays at the Caribbean Cove when you come to the zoo dressed as a shark. You can also enjoy lots of shark-themed activities, shark-themed snacks, and live music on the weekend.

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Newsies
Saturday, July 20, 2019
Sunday, July 21, 2019

Newsies is packed with non-stop thrills and a timeless message, perfect for the whole family and every audience. 

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Family Workshop: Printed + Inked
Saturday, July 20, 2019

Express yourself through color and texture as you discover the unlimited possibilities of mono prints! Collaborate to create multi-layered mono prints using gelatin plates, stencils, ink and found objects. Bring home a collection of masterpieces!

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