From the ancient past to the distant future, join the Saint Louis Science Center for a virtual trip exploring the real science behind your favorite stories of time travel. First Friday from Home: Time Travel will explore everything from Bill and Ted to Dr. Who to Interstellar and everything in between!
Laumeier Sculpture Park's Summer Art Camps and Teen Art Program are designed for creative, active kids and teens! Participants learn about artists throughout history, explore woodland trails, experiment with a variety of art media and processes, and create amazing works of art. Sessions are taught by experienced art instructors and all materials are provided. COVID-19 health and safety protocols will be in place for the protection of all campers and their families.
Introduce children to the magic of opera with Opera on the Go!, a program that combines live performances with engaging workshops on stage makeup, lighting design, and singing. Opera on the Go featuring the Pirates of Penzance is a family friendly presentation and includes a 30-minute abidgement of Gilbert and Sullivan's comedy The Pirates of Penzance.
Join the Humane Society of Missouri as we celebrate ALL animals, ALL week long in our summer camps! Engage in fun, interactive games and activities, meet animal experts and ambassadors and put our compassion into action through service projects that benefit animals. Embark on a scavenger hunt in our shelter, explore animal-related careers, become a Jr. humane officer, observe surgery, make animal enrichment toys, decorate kennels and much, much more!
Move, engage, create, and play at Whitfield this summer! Offering a day camp, STEM camp, and a variety of sports camps, Whitfield has something for everyone! Camp Whitfield is a day camp where campers entering grades K-7 will enjoy technology-based activities, unique art experiences, fun crafts, sports, and games. Lunch, snacks, and all materials fees are included; before and after care options available for an additional fee. Whitfield STEM Camp combines hands-on labs, engineering challenges, digital investigations, and more – all designed to engage campers in the grand challenges of STEM. Lunch and all material fees are included.
Whitfield Sports Camps are perfect for athletes at any level. Offerings include boys basketball, girls basketball, girls volleyball, wrestling, and dance. All skill levels welcome.
Make music this summer! Little ones 6 months – 5 years can play and sing at our weekly Kindermusik family camp. Older children can choose from flute camp, string orchestra camp, chamber music encounter, band camp, summer composition intensive, a group singing class (online) or, new this year, the Clazz String Intensive. Adults can get in on the fun with an adult group singing class (online) with Jennifer Johnson Cano from New York, and adult instrumentalists can join the Missouri Chamber Music Festival's Adult Chamber Music Intensive.
Attendees can visit virtual booths, where they can chat one-on-one via text or video with summer program representatives, as well as view helpful webinars on how to choose a summer program, how to strengthen an application, and how to make the most of a summer program experience.
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.
The Magic House is offering the opportunity to enjoy private playtime in a special exhibit area of The Magic House or MADE for Kids before opening to the public! You choose the location and up to 10 family members or friends to enjoy your private morning. Stay and play after in the rest of the museum. Reservations must be made in advance.
Young visitors and their families are invited to the Energy Stage to enjoy interactive read-alouds of science-themed picture books. Story times are followed by a short demonstration or discussion connected to the book's main concepts.
Discover Science With Me is a new early childhood program at the Saint Louis Science Center. This program is designed especially for young scientists, ages 3 to 6, and their families. Sessions provide opportunities for little ones and their caregivers to wonder, play, and discover together. Today's little scientists are tomorrow's inventors and problem solvers!
Plan your visit to Snow Town, an outdoor adventure at The Magic House complete with a Snowball Carnival, featuring whimsical winter outdoor games, a variety of snowball-themed carnival booths, snowball putt putt and lots more! This completely outdoor experience is SNOW much fun!