Teens and Tweens

Purina Incredible Canine Kids Camp

Calling all young pet lovers ages 10-14! Come work alongside the Purina Farms trainers and their amazing canine athletes and learn some of the most popular canine sports! Campers will learn from the pros how to train a dog in the sports of Freestyle Flying Disc, Diving Dog and Canine Agility, and learn responsible pet care through games and service projects. Campers will take home group photos and individual photos with adoptable dogs, take wagon rides to the Purina Event Center, and will each receive a flying disc and certificate signed by professional Purina Incredible Dog Team Trainers.  NOTE: These camps have sold out and are wait-listed.

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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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Chesterfield Earth Day Festival

The festival features exhibitors from conservation organizations, vendors selling recycled art and craft items, tree seedling giveaways and more. A recycling drive-through will take place in the south parking lot from 9 a.m to noon.

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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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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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