Teens and Tweens

Endangered Wolf Center Summer Wolf Camp

Adventures await your child at the Endangered Wolf Center this summer. Campers will explore the world of the wolf by visiting our amazing animals, playing fun games to learn about wolf behavior, and making crafts. Exciting hikes explore nature and some of the interesting places at the Tyson Research Center. 

 

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Seedfolks at COCA

Seedfolks, a "spoken musical," chronicles a diverse, immigrant community working together through struggles and triumphs. After a young Vietnamese girl plants beans in a vacant lot to connect with the memory of her father, she unintentionally creates a community garden that begins to bridge divides across her neighborhood. 

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Kode with Klossy

Keen on learning how to code? Have a knack to hack? Kode with Klossy wants you! This free, two-week summer program for young women ages 13-18 teaches participants to build real-life apps whether they've never written a line of code in their lives or they are full-fledged hackers. Kode with Klossy creates learning experiences and opportunities for young women that increase their confidence and inspire them to pursue their passions in a technology driven world. The St. Louis Kode with Klossy program will be held June 3-14 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Applications are due March 31. 

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Mad Mixtures
Thursday, May 23, 2019

Get ready for some simple chemistry fun with Mad Science! At this free workshop, preschoolers will learn simple chemistry concepts and make some modeling dough to take home.

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