Spring Break Camps

Spring Break Art Camp at That Painting Spot

Art Camp at That Painting Spot is for ages 5-14 and offers lots of flexibility for busy families. Camp runs Monday through Friday, 1 to 4 p.m., and you can choose any number of days to attend. We do two projects a day in two art mediums. Monday: Peter Rabbit, pottery painting and clay hand building; Tuesday: Harry Potter, canvas and glass fusion; Wednesday: Space, pottery painting and glass fusion; Thursday: Marvel Superheroes; Friday: Garden Fun multimedia and camper's choice. 

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Little Medical School Spring Break Exploration Camp

Little Medical School brings medicine, science and the importance of health to children in a fun and entertaining way. Come and experience a glimpse into our wide variety of classes and programs. The Little Medical School Spring Break Camp is a sampling of several of our most popular programs. Campers learn about being a doctor, veterinarian, nurse, pharmacist, dentist and medicine in the wild.

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Vetta Sports Spring Break Camps

Spend your Spring Break with Vetta! Let your children enjoy their week off of school at Vetta's award-winning sports camp. Whether you are looking for a babysitter, or just a break, Spring Break camp is a healthy, safe and affordable option for children ages 5-12 years old.

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Mad Science Rocketry and Secret Agent Lab Camp

Mad Science of St. Louis offers two camps during Spring Break: Rocketry Camp and Secret Agent Lab Camp for kids in grades kindergarten though 5. Hurry to sign up as these full-day camps fill fast!

At Mad Science Rocketry Camp, this action-packed week will focus solely on rockets and the physics of rocket flight. After learning the model rocket safety code, campers will build different types of rockets and participate in rocket launches throughout the week. Secret Agent Lab Camp is perfect for any kid who has ever dreamed of being a secret agent. Campers will start with the basics: from decoding messages and metal detectors to night vision, campers have the opportunity to check out spy tech equipment and take home lots of gagets like spy glasses!

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Motorized Machines and Remote Control Mania from Bricks 4 Kidz

Making it move is the name of the game at this exciting camp from Bricks 4 Kidz! Kids will love to see their creations in motion using LEGO® wireless remote controls. Each day, campers will use fascinating and challenging LEGO® components to create dynamic vehicles, inventions, machines and more. As they enjoy the fun of building, campers will understand the basic working principles of many ingenious devices that are part of our everyday lives. Campers will also learn how to magnify, diminish and redirect force to move objects at different speeds and in different directions.

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Spring Break Camps at Artscope

Spring Break Camps at Artscope are a great way for kids to spend their days when school is out. Kids will make fabulous art projects, explore Tower Grove Park, play games, sing songs and make new friends. 

Camps are for ages 5-11. Each day there is a different theme. Camps are offered weekdays,  Friday, March 23 through Friday, April 6, and run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with before and after care available beginning at 7:30 a.m. through 6 p.m.

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STAGES Performing Arts Academy Spring Break Camps

Spring into fun at the STAGES Performing Arts Academy's No Finals All Fun Spring Break Camps March 26-30. STAGES offers fun and imaginative acting and musical theater inspired camps to keep your kindergarten through 8th grade student active and engaged during Spring Break. Register with a buddy and save 25%!

Camps include Fun in the Sun, School House Rock, Heroes & Villains, High School Musical, Action-Packed Acting, Avenger Adventures and Acting Studio. 

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Boo at the Zoo Nights
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Thursday, October 18, 2018

Explore the St. Louis Zoo after dark during special Boo at the Zoo Nights. This non-scary celebration is designed just for kids and families, and costumes are encouraged.

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Tuesday Tails
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Visit the Animal Protective Association (APA) of Missouri for a free story time for preschoolers and help foster their love of animals.

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Parent & Me Pony Rides, Crafts and Farm Animal Experience
Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Parents! Bring your little ones for this fun parent & me activity at Castlewood Stables. You'll participate in pony rides, equestrian interactions, enjoy a farm animal petting area and a craft session. Activities will be held rain or shine in an indoor facility. During October, this event will be Halloween-themed, and kids are welcome to wear costumes (as long as they won't get in the way of them riding a horse).



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Balloon Twisting Workshop
Tuesday, October 16, 2018
Saturday, October 27, 2018

Kids can bring out their inner sculptors and learn how to twist the basic balloon dog, a simple balloon hat, a huge octopus and more at this free workshop led by the pros at Circus Kaput. 



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