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Time to Celebrate Spring in St. Louis! See Our Top Picks for Family Fun in April

With egg-themed events held throughout St. Louis, weekends in April are as packed with fun as your kids’ Easter baskets. But the excitement isn’t all focused on the bunny—this month features kid-friendly theatre productions, Earth Day celebrations and STEM-related activities that will open up a world of fun for your little ones.

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Family Fun in St. Louis: Eight Ways to Play in March

March isn’t known for being a “party” month, but the next four weeks are packed with some of the biggest celebrations of the year! From St. Patrick’s Day to Mardi Gras to Holi, your family can take part in fun-fueled festivities from around the globe without leaving St. Louis.

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Purina Pet Parade

Enjoy the world's largest costumed pet parade, a family friendly part of St. Louis' Soulard Mardi Gras celebration. See adorable pet in amusing and whimsical costumes, or dress up your own pooch and participate.

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Mad Mixtures
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Thursday, May 23, 2019

Get ready for some simple chemistry fun with Mad Science! At this free workshop, preschoolers will learn simple chemistry concepts and make some modeling dough to take home.

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Play Street Museum Brings Kid-Sized Fun to The Streets of St. Charles

With its shops and restaurants, The Streets of St. Charles has become the go-to for grown-ups in the region. But now kids have a place here to call their own at Play Street Museum.

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