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Kids Night Out at Third Degree Glass Factory

Third Fridays at Third Degree Glass Factory are always family friendly, but in April, it's all about kids! It will be a party not to miss with make-your-own art projects, Pi pizza and a sing-along dance party.

Kids can hang out with the creative crew from Artscope St. Louis and create their own unique drawings. The hot glass and flameworking demo artists will help transform kids' creations into works of 3D glass art! There will also be plenty of Pi pizza to enjoy, and awesome fire spinning by St. Louis Fire Technicians. 

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Pi Mathstravaganza

Celebrate Smithsonian Magazine's Museum Day Live at the Pi Mathstravaganza! There will be hands-on activities, puzzles and demonstrations showcasing math and Pi and how much fun math can really be.

At the Saint Louis Science Center. Saturday, March 12 from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Sunday, March 13 from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Monday, March 14 from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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Outdoor Explorer: Archery

In this outdoor archery workshop, kids and teens will learn why archery teaches discipline, concentration and resilience and take part in an archery skills challenge in Forest Park.

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Saturday Morning Wheel Throwing

If you've ever wanted to learn to throw clay on a pottery wheel this is your chance! Craft Alliance offers this Saturday morning class once a month for ages 8 and up in which participants can watch a pottery wheel demonstration then try to throw clay on a wheel themselves.

It's both fun and challenging to throw clay on a pottery wheel, and this class will teach you how to turn clay into a cylinder or bowl shape. You'll then glaze your creation and pick it up two weeks later after it's been fired in the kiln.

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Build It! Preschool

Preschool age children and their adult partner will explore, investigate, and do science together during Build It! Preschool at the Saint Louis Science Center.

Build It! Preschool gives preschoolers a chance to engineer a sleek aircraft, a sturdy house and a steady bridge using recycled materials. Each week features a different building challenge and structure to take home. 

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NeuroDay 2016

NeuroDay offers a unique opportunity to learn about the human brain and what's happening with cutting-edge research. This full-day expo features free hands-on activities and engaging demonstrations.

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Potty Training 101
Monday, July 15, 2024
Thursday, July 18, 2024
Tuesday, August 13, 2024

Is it time to potty train your toddler? The St. Louis County Library is offering Potty Training 101 to parents of children ages 2-3. This free workshop for parent and child includes a potty-themed storytime, and parents & caregivers will receive information to get them started on the potty training process. Attendees will also receive a potty seat, step stool, training pants and a potty-themed board book. 



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Splash & Play at the Chesterfield Family Aquatic Center

Kids ages 0-5 can splash and play in the leisure pool at the Chesterfield Family Aquatic Center during Splash & Play sessions. Splash & Play is held every Monday and Wednesday in the summer through August 7. Older children, ages 6-1, are welcome when they are accompanied by an adult and a child age 0-5.


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