Calling all super heros! Kids are invited to meet their favorite super heroes and learn how wearing masks can make them super heroes for their communities too! The Magic House and The Magic House - MADE for Kids will welcome Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Captain America, Black Panther, Shuri, and more. Families are invited to make reservations at either location to attend, explore, and meet the super heroes. Kids can also decorate their own masks on site.
"With school approaching, we believe it is important for kids to get more comfortable wearing their masks," said Beth Fitzgerald, President of The Magic House. "We also want to remind kids that they are protecting their community, just like super heroes, by participating in this small safety act."
Super Heroes Wear Masks will take place on Friday, August 7 from 9 a.m. to noon at both Magic House locations.
Special appearances at The Magic House in Kirkwood (516 S. Kirkwood Road, 63122) include Spiderman, Shuri and Wonderwoman.
Special appearances at The Magic House - MADE for Kids (5127 Delmar Blvd., 63108) include Captain America, Black Panther and Shuri.
Social distancing will be implemented throughout the character visits. Space is limited and reservations are required. All visitors over 9 years of age are required to wear face coverings. See all safety protocols here.
Make reservations at magichouse.org
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