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Free Music Enrichment Camps from Pianos for People

Pianos for People Summer Music Camps are now open for registration! Group beginner classes are for students who are new to the instrument or have taken lessons for less than 6 months. These will be offered twice at each of our locations. At our Cherokee location, they will be held from June 7-10 or June 21-24. In Ferguson, we will offer these same sessions from July 12-15 and July 19-22. Piano Enrichment camps are for students who have taken two or more semesters of lessons. These will be offered at Cherokee from July 14-17 and in Ferguson from July 19-22.

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Crayola Imagine Arts Academy

At Crayola® Imagine Arts Academy, we provide the creative spark and let children's imaginations do the rest. The fun and creative environment allows kids to use their ingenuity in new ways and fosters the development of important skills. Children explore art techniques like sculpting, painting, and ink diffusion. We are offering both in-person (9+ locations across St. Louis) and at home camp options for ages 5-11. We're following local guidelines to keep children and staff safe! Two exciting themes:

  • Crayola® Artist's Passport
  • Crayola® Wild World
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Mad Science of St. Louis

In Mad Science camps, kids have so much fun, they don't realize they're learning! Bubbles pop, rockets fly, and inventions are made! Discover our ooey gooey insides in Gross Out Science. Find out why things fly and build planes in Wings & Things. Make your own birdhouse in Make It camp, and lots more! Mad Science of St. Louis offers full- and half-day camps at locations throughout the metro area for ages 5-12. We put safety first! We're using local, state and national guidelines to keep children and staff safe. There's something for everyone at Mad Science camps, where kids will be wowed by green glowing liquid, messages written in secret code, autonomous robots, and mystery substances that change from solid to liquid in seconds!

Our exciting 2021 camps include:

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YMCA Summer Camp

At the YMCA, we can't wait to welcome your child to enjoy summer as it should be: fun, action-packed, and most of all, safe! Safety is our first priority and we are committed to following guidelines set forth by our health officials. We offer camps throughout the summer for ages 3-17. Camps range from traditional outdoor camp to special interest camps such as sports, aquatics, arts & humanities, and teens. We also offer Before & After Care as an add-on at an additional fee.

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Halloween Boo-nanza

This fun family event includes hayrides, a marshmallow roast around the bonfire, and a scavenger hunt where the first 10 kids to finish will receive a prize. There will also be fun with crafts and pumpkins, and a costume contest.

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Ferguson Fall Spooktacular

The Ferguson Fall Spooktacular includes trick or treating and a lot more! Families are invited to the Ferguson Community Center for hayrides, s'mores, lots of trick or treating fun, Halloween themed rooms, and more than 5,000 pieces of candy.

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Open Gym at Miss Kelly's Gym

Kids can work on existing gym skills, learn new skills or just play around during Open Gym at Miss Kelly's Gym. Space is limited to 10 kids per session. Reservations are strongly encouraged.

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The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show

The Very Hungry Caterpillar, from the iconic Eric Carle picture books, features more than 75 larger-than-life puppets, friends from other Eric Carle picture books, including Brown Bear, Brown Bear, 10 Little Rubber DucksThe Very Lonely Firefly and more. 

 

 

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