fun for STL kids

Henry & Mudge

Henry & Mudge is the story of a young boy who moves from the city to a new house in the country, and finds a new playmate in a 182-pound canine buddy with whom he can share all kinds of adventures.


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Adventures with Star Wars

Kids can enjoy Star Wars-themed activities using LEGO® bricks and other interactive learning tools. They'll build scenes from the movie, ships, lightsabers and more at this free workshop for ages 7-12.


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Atmosphere & Beyond

Explore the atmosphere on Earth, travel to the end of the rainbow and make a sunset at this fun, free workshop presented by Mad Science of St. Louis. Kids will discover how NASA monitors planetary weather by using their very own Mad Science Meteorological Station too!


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Dynamite Defenses

Kids will discover the different ways animals keep themselves safe at this free workshop presented by the Saint Louis Zoo. This program includes live animals and an open-ended craft. 


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