Imaginations will soar this summer in the all-new Camp Invention® program. Elevate! Campers in grades K-6 will spark their creativity and build collaboration skills while controlling their very own flight simulation robot, protecting Earth's ecosystems, designing the ultimate sports complex and learning the value of their ideas! Local educators will lead fun, hands-on STEM activities inspiring children to ask questions, overcome obstacles and be confident in their innovative ideas.
Dive into the world of Renaussance Master Leonardo da Vinci and discover his passion for science and nature. Featuring more than 60 life-size replicas of da Vinci's inventions and 20 replicas of his art, you will explore da Vinci's discoveries in engineering, fight, hydraulics, light, music and more.
Little Medical School plans to offer in-person and virtual summer camps in 2020. In-person camps will have limited enrollment - 10 campers per camp. As a leader in healthcare programming Little Medical School has developed a COVID-19 Safety Checklist System based on CDC recommendations. Details are available on the Little Medical School web site. In-person camps include Future Doctor, Future Veterinarian Dog or Cat, Teen Medical, Wilderness Medicine, Future Pediatrician and Sports Medicine. Camps are for ages 4-15. The early sign up discount has been extended until May 31.
After careful and thoughtful discussion, and with the health and safety of instructors, staff and students in mind, Wash U has announced that all in-person pre-college programs for the 2020 summer will be cancelled. These programs include the High School Summer Scholars Program, High School Summer Institutes, High School Summer Academy and Middle School Summer Challenge.
Students can still experience Wash U online this summer through the Early College Scholars Program.
The Loop Ice Carnival is two-day festival full of icy fun for all ages. Held on Delmar Blvd. in University City, the carnival features live ice carving demonstrations, ice slides and ice games for kids, winter-themed characters, fire performers, stilt walkers, photo opportunities, frozen turkey bowling, and lots more.
Bring your family to the Missouri History Museum to celebrate and reflect on the life and legacy of Dt. Martin Luther King Jr. Discuss how to make a difference in your community, get active with yoga and movement workshops, create peace-inspired art, meet local and nationally renowned authors, and explore stories of the civil rights movement and the work of Dr. King.
Visit Play Street Museum's newest attraction – the Pop-Up Art Studio! In the studio, kids can focus on process art, which allows children to develop their own creations. Process art is more about the creation, imagination, and development rather than the final art projects.
Eye Thrive will provide free, on-site vision screenings, eye exams and prescription glasses to eligible children ages 4 through 12th grade at these clinics held at St. Louis County Library locations.
The Science Louis Science Center is continuing to ignite and sustain lifelong science and technology learning through its online Science @ Home series! Visit the Science Center's web site or social media channels for DIY science experiments that can be done at home, Amazing Science Demonstrations from the Science Center's Energy Stage team, connections to local scientists, astronomy updates from the McDonnell Planetarium, live chats and more. Content is designed for all ages.
Storytelling in the Museum is now offered virtually on Zoom from the Missouri History Museum! Tune in every Friday at 10:30 a.m. for engaging stories with themes like Believe Project Storytelling with Black Authors of Children's Literature, Make Music, Trip to the Zoom, I Scream for Ice Cream, Let's Dance and Hello Beach.