Spring is Near Nature Workshop

The cold winds of winter have almost blown over, but how do we know when Spring has arrived? Kids ages 3-7 can learn about the signs of spring in song, art and stories. 

After learning the signs, they'll take a short hike to see if they can spot them. 

10 a.m. to 11 a.m. At Columbia Botton Conservation Area. Free.

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Tennis Play Day

Join the Ballwin Parks & Rec Department for a free introductory course in tennis for kids. 

At Tennis Play Day, kids will learn basic tennis skills and take part in activities that introduce them to the rules of the game. Tennis Play Day is free for kids ages 3 and up and parents. Raquets will be limited so please bring one if you have one. 

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Let's Go Fly a Kite

Enjoy a beautiful spring day flying kites with a park ranger. Kites will be provided.

Let's Go Fly a Kite is sponsored by St. Louis County Parks. Cost is $10 per kite flyer.

1 to 3 p.m. at Queeny Park in Ballwin. Advance registration is required by calling 314-615-8472.

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Build It! Preschool

Preschool age children and their adult partner will explore, investigate, and do science together during Build It! Preschool at the Saint Louis Science Center.

Build It! Preschool gives preschoolers a chance to engineer a sleek aircraft, a sturdy house and a steady bridge using recycled materials. Each week features a different building challenge and structure to take home. 

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Hop to The Meadows

The City of Lake Saint Louis and The Meadows at Lake Saint Louis have partnered for Hop to The Meadows, an annual Easter Egg Hunt and festival open to all.

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Fairytale Friday

Preschoolers, age 3-5 are invited to Fairytale Friday to celebrate their love of fairytales. Kids are welcome to come dressed in their favorite fairytale costumes too!

At Fairytale Friday, little ones will enjoy a craft, story time, a snack and more. At Riverchase in Fenton.

5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Cost is $10 per child. To register, call Riverchase at 636-343-0067.

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Family Sunday at the Saint Louis Art Museum
Sunday, April 21, 2024

Families are invited to the Saint Louis Art Museum on Sunday afternoon to participate in free hands-on art activities with fun themes and to explore the galleries. Each Family Sunday focuses on a different family-friendly theme. 

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Sea Lion Shows at the Saint Louis Zoo

See the Zoo's California sea lions perform acrobatic and athletic feats, including Olympic-style dives on a high-diving platform, flipper walks, frisbee tosses and plenty of surprises. While on stage with the sea lions, the Zoo's trainers explain sea lion behavior and positive-reinforcement training, in addition to the need for conserving the sea lion's ocean habitat.

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Animals Aglow at the Saint Louis Zoo

Explore the Saint Louis Zoo in the evenings at the new Animals Aglow exhibit. Bring your family to experience the luminous glow of 50 towering lanterns depicting animals, plants and traditional Chinese elements. Don't miss this celebration of culture and art! 


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