Summer Camps

Find the Right Camp for Your Kiddos at the Summer Expo

For working parents, summer camps mean your kids are cared for while you’re at work. For work-at-home parents, it’s your salvation when your kiddos start to wear on your last nerve. As crucial as camps are to the care of kids, they offer your children so much more than fun-filled activities. No matter if kids are studying STEAM or strutting their stuff on the soccer field, camps build skills that translate into the school year, strengthen their confidence, and expand their social circle each and every day.

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We hear a lot about the lazy days of summer, but for busy families, it often feels like summer vacation is over before it ever really begins.

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Little Medical School One-Day Class

Let your child experience Little Medical School, inspiring tomorrow's doctors today! This one-day class offer a fun, innovative opportunity to role play and use tools real doctors use.

Little Medical School curriculums are aligned with STEM objectives, and bring medicine, science and the importance of health to children in an entertaining, exciting and fun way. Through hands-on demonstrations, crafts, and games, children are engaged as they explore the exciting world of medicine.

For children entering kindergarten through fifth grade. 

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School of Rock Best of Season Benefit Concert

See students of the School of Rock-St. Louis perform while helping to support the Rock School Scholarship Fun and Play It Forward-St. Louis, which fund musical instruments and lessons for kids in need.

The concert will feature the music of The Beatles, Michael Jackson, Prince, Green Day and lots more.

6 to 9 p.m. at The Pageant in the Delmar Loop.

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Transition Camp Helps Girls Navigate the Tricky Worlds of Middle, High School

When I was in sixth grade, my biggest worries were wearing out my Warrant cassette tape and what I should write in my daily fan letter to Fred Savage.

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Back to Class? Not So Fast

The heat hasn't made you delusional. "Summer" is almost over and it's getting shorter every year. Here are 6 reasons why starting school in the middle of August is all kinds of wrong.

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Winter Wonderland in Tilles Park
Wednesday, November 21, 2018
Thursday, November 22, 2018
Friday, November 23, 2018

Experience the holiday lights in Tilles Park, where you'll find thousands of beautiful holiday lights and animated displays designed by St. Louis County Parks employees. You can drive through Winter Wonderland evenings from 5:30-9:30 p.m. except Mondays (for Winter Wonderland Walk only) and Saturdays (for carriage rides only).

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School's Out Camp Create
Wednesday, November 21, 2018
Friday, December 21, 2018
Wednesday, December 26, 2018

School's Out Camp Create offers families a fun, creative and enriching option when school is out of session. Single-day camps are led by Artscope's professional teaching artists. Extended care is available until 6 p.m.

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Books and Butterflies

Experience this storytelling adventure at The Butterfly House. Your little ones will enjoy fun storytime readings with some very special guests. Books and Butterflies is included with Butterfly House admission.

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