Teens and Tweens

Laumeier After Dark: Star-Lit Art

Grab a flashlight and experience the sights and sounds of a late winter evening at Laumeier, with a guided tour of Laumeier Sculpture Park. View the sculptures in a different light and trek the trails as you look and listen for the first signs of spring, such as small frogs called spring peepers.

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WildCon 2019

Free activities for kids include superhero games, caped crusader crafts, robot demonstrations with Rockwood Teams, interactive STEM activities with Code Ninjas and "Little Ninja" training with Premier Martial Arts. 

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DaySpring Arts and Education

A perfect blend of summer fun and educationally based creative training! Your child will work with professionals in the arts and experience activities in music, art, robotics, engineering, dance, drama, musical theatre and circus with indoor and outdoor classes in their age groups. This year's workshops will each be centered around a theme found in one of Dr. Seuss' classic books! DaySpring Arts & Education is a unique and creative environment where students can be well equipped in the discipines of both performing and fine arts.

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LifeLight Youth Theatre Summer Performing Arts Camps

SING + DANCE + ACT = FUN this summer with LifeLight Youth Theatre! LYT summer performing arts camps offer a unique combination of education, performance and community. Camps are divided by age group, and we have half-day and full-day camp options. Why LYT: In our 20th year of providing youth performing arts programs, we have a unique program that balances the best of quality performances with critical theatre education and community. We strive to offer the best instruction and reasonable tuition, so you can enjoy a whole summer of LYT for the cost of one camp elsewhere. All registered campers receive a summer camp t-shirt (if registered before May 1).

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New City School Summer Camp

At New City Summer Camp, we're serious about helping kids experience creative summer fun and new experiences. Summer at New City School is a time of exploration and joyful learning. New City Summer Camp is designed to appeal to everyone – whether your camper wants to dance and sing on stage, explore Missouri caves, dig for dinosaur bones in our Centennial garden, conduct science experiments, create works of art, code robots, work on math problems, learn to swim, hone their soccer skills, or whatever else sparks their interest!

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St. Louis Children's Choirs Summer Singing Camps

Learn new songs and singing styles, play music-related games, make new friends, and gain performance experience with the St. Louis Children's Choirs' Summer Singing Camps! We offer three camps, Sing Out Summer Camp for third-sixth graders, Acappellooza Jr. A Cappella Camp for sixth through eighth graders, and High School Vocal Jazz Camp. 

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Water Waddlers Indoor Drop-In Swim

Stop in and have some fun in the indoor pool at the Lodge of Des Peres with your little one at this drop-in swim time for kids up to age 6. No pre-registration is needed; Water Waddlers is open to residents and non-residents of Des Peres.

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Science Storytime with Ready Readers
Wednesday, March 27, 2019
Thursday, March 28, 2019
Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Little ones can enjoy an interactive reading of a science-themed story followed by a related hands-on activity. A different book is featured each week.

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Beetles Rock!
Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Kids can meet a variety of living beetles from The Butterfly House and learn interesting facts about them while practicing their observation skills. Participants will also paint three rocks with a beetle and take the rocks home to add to their garden. 

 

 

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