Take your kids to a new reading program offered at the Gateway Arch Museum. Reading with a Ranger is a free program for families. You'll receive a copy of a themed children's book and read it together with a park ranger, have a group discussion, then explore the museum and Gateway Arch grounds.
Join an educator at the Saint Louis Art Museum as you and your kids make your own bracelets with string and beads. Learn a simple technique for making a friendship bracelet, or experiment with your own designs.
Join an educator at the Saint Louis Art Museum as you and your kids learn to fold, design and fill your own accordion-style book. You'll explore books from the Ollie Family Resource Cart for inspiration.
Join an educator (and animal lover) with the Saint Louis Art Museum on a 30 minute gallery walk through the museum to find some of the many amazing animals in art. This gallery walk is designed for children ages 3 to 5 with their caregiver(s), but all ages are welcome to participate.
Join the Missouri Botanical Garden for Great Green Adventures: Bees, Butterflies and Blossoms, where kids discover why bees and butterflies need blossoms, why blossoms need bees and why we need them all.
Children's activities include storytelling, arts and crafts, mask-making and educational workshops. In conjunction with the festival, the Saint Louis Zoo will have special activities focused on a different African animal each day.
Schlafly Art Outside is a three-day invitational art fair featuring affordable art from more than 60 artists based in the St. Louis region. Enjoy quality art, tasty food, local brews and live music. There will also be a Kids Corner sponsored by Artists First with hands-on art activities at this family-friendly festival.