Teens and Tweens

Canopy Climb at Shaw Nature Reserve

Take your passion for nature to new heights and explore majestic trees like never before! In this two-hour experience at Shaw Nature Reserve, a certified tree-climbing instructor will teach you to ascend on your own into a tree canopy. The course is designed for the first-time climber and for families with children age 8 and up.

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MWCCOE HackSpace Competition

The Midwest Cyber Center of Excellence (MWCCOE) is hosting a free CyberPatriot recruitment and competition geared toward middle and high school students who are interested in cybersecurity. 

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Movie at the Ballwin Golf Course: Star Wars

Bring your family, a blanket, and some snacks to the Ballwin Golf Course for a free showing of Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.

Watch Luke Skywalker as he trains with Yoda all while avoiding being captured by Darth Vader. The movie is free.

At Ballwin Golf Course. 8:30 p.m.

More information: ballwin.mo.us

 

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Family Med School: FUNdamentals

Kids in fifth grade and up, along with their parents, can spend an afternoon learning about the heart and cardiovascular system in this hands-on experience with anatomy and physiology experts from Adventures in Medicine and Science from Washington University.

 

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