Young revelers who may not be able to stay awake until midnight to celebrate the New Year can ring in 2020 at Noon New Year's Eve, a free celebration for kids and families at the Missouri History Museum. Visitors will enjoy a countdown to when the clock strikes noon! But before that, they'll make New Year's Eve hats and crafts, and boogie down to live music with the band Firedog.
Join the Missouri Historical Society for free live music and dance performances for kids on Music Mondays. Part of the Summer Family Fun Series at the Missouri History Museum.
Families are invited to learn about traditional Japanese culture at this free event at the Missouri History Museum. Activities are for ages 5 and up, and include a tea ceremony, Kamishibai story telling and more.
Young artists and their families are invited to complete a fun art project and preview the latest artwork in the gallery.
Celebrate International Polar Bear Day at the Saint Louis Zoo with special activities for all ages. Be sure to visit the Zoo's own Kali, the 6-year-old polar bear and watch as he interacts with interesting enrichment activities.
At Emerson Family Saturdays at Craft Alliance, families create together in each of the Craft Alliance studios, exploring clay, fiber, metals and graphic arts. These free workshops are led my professional artists are for families with kids in kindergarten through grade 12. Registration is required.