Meet the Mean Girls of Salem . . . Deep in the dark woods of Puritan New England, a clique of teenage girls make decisions that result in 20 executions, making them the most hated girls in history. Metro Theater Company and the Missouri History Museum present Afflicted: Daughters of Salem, a play inspired by the girls who forever established the legacy of Salem.
The Lantern Festival is a yearly tradition in China, culminating in the Chinese New Year Celebration. With the help of the St. Louis Modern Chinese School and the Chinese Culture and Education Services, the magic of the Lantern Festival is coming to The Magic House.
Cheer Legendz presents its annual Legendary Talent Show on March 7. This popular event features singers, musicians, dancers, magicians, comedians and various other performers.
Entrants are welcome to register in advance to perform. There is a $20 fee per performance. Acts must be 3 minutes of less and be suitable for family audiences. All ages are welcome and the competition is open to all.
Admission to the show is $5 at the door (cash only). At Cheer Legendz in the Chesterfield Valley.
On March 13, a new film, Journey to Space, launches at the Saint Louis Science Center.
Preschoolers can celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss at this party designed just for the little ones. There will be Dr. Seuss crafts and activities, reading and a snack. For ages 3-5.
Cost is $10 per child. Adults are free. Pre-registration is required.
10 to 11:30 a.m. More information and registration: fentonmo.org
As part of National Engineers' Week, the Saint Louis Science Center is hosting Engineering Career Day. Teens, children and their families can check our formula racing cars, local robotics creations and other exciting hands-on activities and demonstrations from local engineering companies, colleges and organizations.
Free. More information: slsc.org
The St. Louis Audubon Society hosts this festival that includes activities for kids, bird walks, information tables, and workshops about birds in our backyards.
Free. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Forest Park Visitor and Education Center.
More information: forestparkforever.org
Bring your little ones to Toddler Tinker Time at The Magic House, MADE for Kids for special experiences designed especially for preschoolers and their parents and caregivers. Toddler Tinker Time is held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 am. to noon at The Magic House, MADE for kids. It's free with admission.
Sprinkle in a fun playtime for your toddler or preschooler at Sweetplay Happy Hour. This creative and tasty play experience includes cookie decorating and sensory play and is designed for children 5 and under.