art for kids in St. Louis

Paint Your Pet Kids Edition

Calling all kids ages 8-15! Here is your chance to capture your favorite canine or feline companion on canvas! Join artist and pet lover Hope Kieffer for a Paint Your Pet Kids Edition class at Purina Farms.

 

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Mother & Daughter Workshop

Enjoy a girly afternoon with your daughter(s), and grandma too! Make springtime projects and enjoy lemonade and cookies. For moms, grandmothers, and daughters (age kindergarten and up). Each participant makes their own springtime project. You'll learn how to cut glass and china and create your very own beautifully designed mosiac bird.

1-3 p.m. at Yucando Art Studio in Webster Groves. Cost is $30.

More information: yucandu.com

 

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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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Youth Fishing Derby at Des Peres Park
Saturday, June 22, 2024

Grab a rod and reel and bring your kids to Des Peres Park for the Youth Fishing Derby. Kids ages 3-12 can participate in morning fishing, the Longest Fish Contest, and most fish caught in each age division. Bring your own fishing pole and bait. Registration is required.

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