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Mad Science of St. Louis Summer Camp

Discover the perfect blend of fun and learning at Mad Science camps! With 18 locations across the St. Louis area, these camps are designed for kids aged 4 to 11. Let your child's imagination soar at "Make It!" Camp, explore our world in Earth and Space Investigators, or launch into the science of rockets. Dive into the nuts and bolts of robots, become a Secret Agent, or join the ranks of AstroInnovators. Embark on a NASA journey to outer space or nurture your "Little Green Thumbs." With exciting topics like these, our week-long camps provide an unforgettable summer filled with captivating adventures, hands-on experiments, and mind-blowing discoveries.

Our exciting 2024 camps include:

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Bricks 4 Kidz Summer Camps

Bricks 4 Kidz summer camps are a great way to learn STEM topics, building moving models from technic LEGO bricks! Build self-confidence and problem-solving skills. Foster teamwork and collaboration. Spark imagination. We offer basic brick building themed camps (Mario, Pokemon, Star Wars, Minecraft, Super Heroes, and more), Robotics camps, Minecraft Gaming and more. 

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MLK Day Kickaroos Open House

Join Vetta Sports for a day of soccer fun! Kickaroos is hosting an Open House on January 15 for families who would like to try Kickaroos for the first time. Free trial classes will be offered for kids age 18 months to 6 years.

 

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Laumeier After Dark

The Park will be open until 10 p.m. for visitors to explore by moonlight, plus there will be activities for all ages, live music, food trucks, warming fire pits and a night market.

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Halloween Nights at Grant's Farm

Get into the Halloween spirit with some spooky fun and celebrate with the animals at Grant's Farm. Enjoy Halloween tram rides featuring the headless horseman, Halloween lights, spooky scenes, Mad Science shows, A Monster Mash courtyard dance party, the all-new scare zone, and more. Costumes are encouraged.

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Oktoberfest at Grant's Farm

Celebrate Oktoberfest at Grant's Farm! Families can tailor their experiences for this event to include Clydesdale Close-up tours, Animal Encounters, a fun pass that includes carousel rides, animal feedings and frozen treats, and lots more. Oktoberfest also features German music and dancers, and traditional German food.

 

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Mad Science Time at Play Street Museum
Sunday, February 25, 2024

Calling all budding scientists! Let's experiment, measure, and mix things up a bit with a morning full of exploration at Mad Science Time. Kids will get to be hands-on experimenting. All activities can be explored freely and playtime is included. 

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Paws for Reading from the St. Louis County Library
Monday, February 26, 2024
Monday, March 4, 2024
Wednesday, March 6, 2024

Read to a friendly therapy dog from DUO Dogs, Inc. After the story, the dog's handler will answer any questions kids have about therapy dogs, pet care and more. For ages 3-11. Registration is required for this free program. 

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Kindermusik Playdate
Monday, February 26, 2024
Friday, March 22, 2024
Monday, April 22, 2024

Are you interested in learning more about Kindermusik before committing to a full semester? Are you unsure how your baby or child will respond in a group setting? Join Kindermusik for a musical playdate and see firsthand how singing, moving, playing instruments, and dancing together has the power keep us connected, fuel kids' brains and bring joy. 

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