The beloved children's Planetarium show that the whole family can enjoy, The Little Star That Could, celebrates the 30th anniversary of its premiere this month, and you and your little ones are invited to celebrate at this special birthday pajama party.
Bring your little stars to enjoy a space story, Little Star-themed activities, a Happy Birthday Little Star singalong, and, of course, a special showing of The Little Star That Could.
The beloved movie has been updated three times, and has been translated into at least ten languages during its 30 year run. It's also accessible to viewers who are blind.
Kids are welcome to wear their pajamas to this special evening celebration.
Friday, Nov. 11 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Saint Louis Science Center and James S. McDonnell Planetarium. Cost is $8 for adults, $7 for children and $6 for members. All children must be accompanied by an adult. (Note: This event was originally scheduled for Oct. 26.)
More information: slsc.org
Science Saturdays combine stories and science activities for science-inspired fun! Science Saturdays are for preschoolers, ages 3 to 6, with a parent, and are free, but registration is required.
Engage your young scientist in science-related learning at the Saint Louis Science Center's Preschool Science Series. Through interactive stories and hands-on exploration, children learn about science, as well as language, problem-solving and social skills.
The Magic House @ Made, a 7,000-square-foot maker space in the Central West End designed for kids ages 4-14 to play, explore, create, and collaborate, hosts a Visiting Art + Maker Series allowing kids to let their creativity run wild while they learn from established artists and makers.