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Circus Flora: The Caper in Aisle 6

Circus Flora, St. Louis' original one-ring circus, is now in its 33rd season! This beloved show is an unbelievable mix of excitement, charm, daring, and comedy, all under an intimate Big Top setting. See mesmerizing circus acts, storytellers and performers in this year's show, The Caper in Aisle 6. Daytime and evening shows are on select nights through June 30 with special 10 a.m. performances for young children, a sensory-friendly performance and a special Peanut-Free Preview night for those with nut allergies. 

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Wee Weekend at the Saint Louis Art Museum
Saturday, July 6, 2019

Preschoolers can learn, play, explore and grow at the Saint Louis Art Museum's Wee Weekend program for its youngest visitors. Join in on the adventure as your little one discovers new ways of interacting with art and each other. 

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Show Me Sweets Edible Art Show
Saturday, July 13, 2019
Sunday, July 14, 2019

The Show Me Sweets Edible Art Show brings the fun of a cake, cookie and candy expo to the Midwest. This two-day event includes as-seen-on-TV celebrity cake artists, edible art demonstrations and competition, cupcake decorating for children, hands-on learning classes, booths with local and worldwide industry vendors and suppliers, live Cake Battles, Sweet Taste Competition and more. Admission is free for children. 

 

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Let Them Eat Art
Friday, July 12, 2019

Shop, eat and enjoy live music, hands-on art projects and entertainment for kids at this casual and fun Maplewood festival that celebrates making and enjoying art.

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Ferguson 4th of July Festival
Thursday, July 4, 2019

The 4th of July Festival kicks off at 10 a.m. with a parade. The Family Fun Zone, which features games, crafts, a balloon artist, petting zoo, and more, is open from noon to 7 p.m. There will also be food vendors and live entertainment. The fireworks show kicks off at 9:15 p.m.

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Family Fun Dairy Day at GROW

Meet dairy cows, play games, talk with dairy farmers to learn about how milk gets to your table, see how butter is made, and sample free Prairie Farms ice cream and flavored milk at the Saint Louis Science Center's GROW exhibit.

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Family Fun Heats up for the Summer: Eight Ways to Play in St. Louis in June

If your child is an arts lover, June was made for them! Throughout the month, they can sit ringside at a world-renowned circus, boogie the day away at family-friendly concerts, and even explore a new hands-on makerspace created just for kids. Best of all, you can jump in on the fun!

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In the Library with Louie

Meet Louie, the St. Louis Blues mascot, who will pose for photos and sign autographs at this free library event. Your kids will learn what it's like to be a mascot and what it takes to get ready for the season too!

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Science at Sunset
Thursday, June 27, 2019
Thursday, July 11, 2019
Thursday, July 18, 2019

Visit the Saint Louis Science Center for Science at Sunset on Thursdays this summer. Enjoy food and drink specials, live music in the Science Center's outdoor exhibit, GROW, a working urban farm that tells the story of the science behind the food we eat, free admission to the limited-time exhibit GameXPloration, and discounted tickets to other attractions.

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Disney's 101 Dalmations Live on Stage

Join the evil Cruella De Vil and her two klutzy henchmen as they try to steal a litter of the cutest puppies ever to hit jolly old London Town. But not to worry, this fur-raising adventure ends happily with plenty of puppy power to spare! This production of Disney's 101 Dalmations is performed live on stage by STAGES St. Louis at the Robert G. Rein Theatre in Kirkwood, with special daytime performances perfect for little ones. 

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Circus Flora: The Caper in Aisle 6

Circus Flora, St. Louis' original one-ring circus, is now in its 33rd season! This beloved show is an unbelievable mix of excitement, charm, daring, and comedy, all under an intimate Big Top setting. See mesmerizing circus acts, storytellers and performers in this year's show, The Caper in Aisle 6. Daytime and evening shows are on select nights through June 30 with special 10 a.m. performances for young children, a sensory-friendly performance and a special Peanut-Free Preview night for those with nut allergies. 

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