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Family Fun Night: Explore Outer Space

Explore the cosmos with fun activities and experiences at Family Fun Night: Explore Outer Space at the St. Louis County Library. Members of the St. Louis Astronomical Society will join in for some out-of-this-world fun. Free for all ages. 

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Free LEGO Workshop with Play-Well Teknologies

Kids can let their imaginations run wild with tens of thousands of LEGOS at this free LEGO Building Workshop. Kids ages 6-11 will design and build as never before, and explore their craziest ideas in a supportive environment. Participants will get to build an engineer-designed project from the LEGO 2018-2019 curriculum.

 

 

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St. Peters Halloween Carnival
Saturday, October 19, 2019

Spend the evening enjoying a safe, free, indoor Halloween celebration for the whole family, including dinner, games, trick-or-treating and a hayride. Pre-registration is required.

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Howl-O-Ween Fest at Purina Farms
Saturday, October 19, 2019
Sunday, October 20, 2019
Friday, October 25, 2019

Bring your kids and your dog to Purina Farms for some dog-gone fall fun at the Howl-O-Ween Fest! You'll enjoy a costume party, fun carnival games, music, face painting, storytelling, circus and magic shows, amazing canine performances, pony rides, inflatables, and more. Wear your favorite costumes for the costume paw-ty! Reservations are NOT required. 

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Halloween Treat Street
Saturday, October 19, 2019

Children 12 and under can participate in trick or treating, pumpkin decorating, face painting, a Halloween photo op, a costume contest and more.

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Four Little Girls: Birmingham 1963
Saturday, October 19, 2019
Sunday, October 20, 2019

Through story and song, the play shines a light on their dreams, their times with family and friends, and the trials and tribulations they faced as children living in a divided and segregationist city. A full chorus sets the tone with spirituals and anthems of the Civil Rights Movement such as "Amazing Grace," "Oh, Freedom," and "Woke Up This Morning." This production is a collaboration between The Black Rep and COCA.

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