Sweetology

Parent & Me Classes, Enrichment Classes & Programs, Visual & Hands-On Arts
636-220-3620
1232 Town and Country Crossing
Town and Country, MO 63017

Sweetology is a canvas for creativity, filled with fun, sprinkled with delight, and topped with satisfied smiles. For ages 2 to 92, every visit to Sweetology is a one-of-a-kind adventure creating and decorating your own unique confections in the Sweetology workshop. With classes and workshops for preschoolers up to high schoolers, there is something for everyone.

Great creative with your preschooler at KinderCakes, held on the first Wednesday of each month. This class includes coffee and conversation for mom with sensory play and cupcake decorating for the little ones.

At Cool Cakes for Kids classes, for kids ages 6-13, kids will create a new decorating project with their friends, like a Halloween Drop Cake, Snowman Cake and more. Cool Cakes for Kids classes are held on Saturdays once per month.

For middle and high schoolers, Sweetology offers Study Hall, an after-school study time that includes cupcakes and refreshments to keep young mind alert and ready to learn. Tutors are welcome to accompany students! It's a great change of scenery to liven up study sessions. 

Find out more and register online for these classes, and special holiday workshops at sweetology.com

 

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