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Play-Well TEKnologies

Dream it, build it, wreck it, repeat it in our LEGO-inspired engineering camps! Campers learn about science, technology, engineering and math while playing with LEGOs. They'll engineer interesting projects, engage in critical thinking, work collaboratively and explore STEM concepts. Let your child's imagination run wild with over 20,000 LEGO pieces. Camps include themes such as Star Wars, Minecraft, Harry Potter, Super Heroes and Robotics. 

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Community Camps at Community School

Community School offers camps for 3-year-olds to eighth graders, including arts, academics and just plain summer fun on the school's beautiful 18-acre campus. Expanded mini camps include over 80 offerings, with special sessions from COCA, Bricks4Kidz, Little Medical School and more, including partnering with STAGES again for three musical theater camps. Plus, there's Play Camp for our youngest campers and FUNdamentals to fight the summer slump.

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COCA Summer Arts Camps

COCA is one of St. Louis' premiere organizations for new artists and masters alike, creating an innovative environment for campers to learn, perform and appreciate the arts. This summer, it's the perfect place to hone creativity in a fun, exciting learning environment, with camps for kids and teens to engage new challenges. Camps available include poetry, dance, drama, sculpture, songwriting, videography and much more. Options include week-long full or half-day sessions.

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Circus Kaput Circus Camp with Oh My Gosh Josh

Children will jump for joy at the chance to do Circus Camp with Oh My Gosh Josh! Circus Camp is where your children create wonderful memories, make new friends, and experience a wide variety of circus skills. Campers at any skill level are welcome! Circus Camp is for ages 6-13. Our Professional Circus Arts Instructor will teach stilt walking, juggling, plate spinning, balancing feats, tumbling, rolling globe, rolla bolla, comedy skills, aerial skills, magic, and clown skills.

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Camp Magic House

Make your child's summer magical with a one-of-a-kind camping experience at The Magic House. Campers participate in fun, educational activities, explore The Magic House and more. Weeklong, half-day camp is available for ages 4 to 5 and 6 to 8, plus a full-day program is offered for kids ages 8-11. From embarking on artistic adventures to unleashing their inner inventor, Camp Magic House has something sure to spark your child's imagination this summer.

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Special Preschool Hours at The Magic House

The Magic House offers special morning hours for families with young children Tuesday through Friday during the school year. Select exhibits open at 10:30 a.m. before the entire museum opens at noon. Preschool Hours feature exhibits that are geared toward children ages 2-8, but anyone is welcome to visit.

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Mardi Gras Craft Party
Friday, February 22, 2019

Kids can make their own festive Mardi Gras mask using feathers, glitter, paint and gemstones, then feast on a King cupcake with their friends at this Mardi Gras Craft Party at Yucandu Art Studio. 

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Kids Open Play at Ultimate Ninjas
Friday, February 22, 2019

Kids and teens ages 6-15 can practice and explore a variety of obstacles, fine tune their skills on a single obstacle, or practice running the customizable courses at Ultimate Ninjas Open Play. Registration is recommended. 

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