Visit the Missouri History Museum to celebrate and reflect upon the achievements of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through a variety of interactive activities. The first 100 kids in attendance will receive an MLK storybook to take home.
Visitors can take part in a Youth Activism and Engagement Workshop facilitated by Tabari Coleman, enjoy a step performance by Gentlemen of Vision, participate in a King Family Kids Movement Workshops, where they'll join Mama Lisa to learn the local history of St. Louis' March on Washington through movement, song and story, and get creative with peace-inspired art projects.
The MLK Family Celebration takes place Saturday, Jan. 13 and Monday, Jan. 15 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day.
All activities are free and are designed for kids age 14 and under. More details and a schedule of activities are available at: mohistory.org
Calling all budding scientists! Let's experiment, measure, and mix things up a bit with a morning full of exploration at Mad Science Time. Kids will get to be hands-on experimenting. All activities can be explored freely and playtime is included.
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.
Read to a friendly therapy dog from DUO Dogs, Inc. After the story, the dog's handler will answer any questions kids have about therapy dogs, pet care and more. For ages 3-11. Registration is required for this free program.
Preschool Storytime is geared to ages 2-5.
Are you interested in learning more about Kindermusik before committing to a full semester? Are you unsure how your baby or child will respond in a group setting? Join Kindermusik for a musical playdate and see firsthand how singing, moving, playing instruments, and dancing together has the power keep us connected, fuel kids' brains and bring joy.