The Magic House's satellite location, MADE for Kids, is hosting an entreprenuer showcase featuring young African American entreprenuers from Young Biz Kids as well as an educational oppourtunity to learn more about the Juneteenth holiday.
Representing positivity and happiness, Rangoli is a colorful and creative Indian folk-art. Patterns are created on the floor using materials such as chalk, rice flour, flowers, lentils, sand and more. Rangoli formations can range from simple freestyle drawing to complex dot grid drawings. Come join the fun and create patterns outdoors (chalk) and indoors (paper) that are believed to bring good luck!
Visit Laumeier Sculpture Park for a free day celebrating art and nature. At Discover Laumeier, you'll have the opportunity to create art inspired by nature, build a sculpture out of natural and man-made materials and use the natural textures at the park to make a nature rubbing for a collaborative art piece.
Young visitors and their families are invited to the Energy Stage to enjoy interactive read-alouds of science-themed picture books. Story times are followed by a short demonstration or discussion connected to the book's main concepts.
The Saint Louis Chess Club is offering free group chess instruction to kids and teens at various branches of the St. Louis County Library.
The History Clubhouse at the Missouri History Museum has reopened for one-hour play sessions by reservation. The award-winning History Clubhouse is an interactive space designed for children and families with lots of hands-on experiences showcasing state and local history.
Visit the James S. McDonnell Planetarium in Forest Park and see a star show to experience the largest artificial sky in the Western Hemisphere. Star shows are lead LIVE by one of the Planetarium's educators, creating a new and tailored experience for every audience.