Parkway-Rockwood Community Ed

WILD Family Fun Days GPS Egg Hunt

Join the fun at Babler Memorial State Park for a GPS egg hunt. Eggs will be hidden in various places around the park, including on trails, under pavilions, in fields and everywhere in between. You can find a prize to take home at each location!

No experience with GPS is necessary. You can sign up for a GPS device pre-loaded with the egg locations and you'll receive instructions on how to complete the hunt. Or, bring your own GPS device or phone and you'll be provided with the coordinates for all the hidden eggs.

Cost is $15 per adult/child pair, and $6 per additional family members.

9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. OR 1:30 to 4:30 p.m., beginning at the Babler Outdoor Education Center in Babler Park, Wildwood.

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BablerWiLD Outdoor Education Center Camps

200 Lake Road
Wildwood, MO 63005

What better way to spend the summer than outdoors! BablerWiLD Summer Programs offer full-day and half-day camps and classes that bring science and nature to life at Babler State Park. Trek and Travel provides travel opportunities to connect classroom learning to the outside world through adventure, science and self-discovery. For ages Pre-K-8th grade.   Read More

Kids Night Out Art Class

Imagination will soar at this Kids Night Out Art Class! Kids in grades kindergarten through five will snack on pizza and create new masterpieces as they use different art mediums like drawing, painting, pastels and more. It's a great opportunity for parents to enjoy a night out while their kids are creating art.

6 to 8 p.m. at Selvidge Middle School in Ballwin. Sponsored by Parkway-Rockwood Community Ed. Cost is $25 per child.

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Age Ranges: Elementary Age

Rockwood Thunder Open House

Last year, nearly 1,000 girls hit the courts with Rockwood Thunder camps, clinics, programs and teams. If you have a child interested in volleyball, Rockwood Thunder is the place for you. At the Oct. 8 Open House, you can talk to club leadership and coaches and learn about Thunder's vision and values, the training philosophy, what sets the Rockwood Thunder program apart from others, how tryouts work and why Rockwood Thunder is ranked #11 in the nation. 

6:30 p.m. at Crestview Middle School. 

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If you’re like many St. Louisans, you made the pilgrimage to Johnson’s Shut-ins and Elephant Rocks state parks this summer for a little outdoor fun. In the middle of swimming, hiking and climbing, you probably glanced over the information plaques in passing before your attention was snatched away by your kid shouting, “Look at me, mom!” from the edge of the cliffs. But what if you and your child had time to delve deep into Missouri’s rich geological history? To see these iconic landmarks not just as recreational getaways, but as pages in a natural scrapbook of our state’s prehistoric past?

Summer Expo 2017

Plan your child's summer activities at this very popular Summer Camp Expo featuring more than 100 local and regional exhibitors. Bring your kids and learn about a wide variety of summer learning and summer fun opportunities for kids of all ages. The Summer Expo is presented by Parkway-Rockwood Community Ed, but is open to all families from any school district across the St. Louis metro area. 

Admission is free! 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Marquette High School in Chesterfield.

Stop by the STL Camps booth for fun giveaways and a special guest!

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Attention camps! A few spaces are still available to exhibit at Summer Expo! Contact Kelly Regan at 636-891-6641 or email regankelly (at)

STL Camps, part of STL Parent, is proud to once again be a sponsor of Summer Expo. See you there!