Kid's Art Night Out at The Lodge

Friday, April 12, 2019
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Drop off the kids for an evening of creativity while you enjoy the night out! Bring a healthy snack or sack dinner. Kid's Art Night Out is led by artists from Yucandu Art Studio, who believe that when you give kids great materials, they make great art! Yucandu class is a fun and inspiring place to be with art project that are so cool!

Kid's Art Night Out at The Lodge Des Peres will be held March 8 and April 12 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Cost is $45 for Lodge members, $47 for residents and $54 for non-residents. 

More information and to register: desperesmo.org

 

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