Camp fairs are a great way to find summer camp opportunities for your St. Louis kids. All the camp representatives gather in one place so you can ask questions and take home camp literature.
But hey, you're a parent and that means your weekends are packed with activities, so it's not always possible to make those once-per-year Saturday or Sunday fairs.
If you work at a major St. Louis corporation, chances are there will be a camp fair at your workplace in the coming weeks. Fairs are scheduled at Monsanto, Wells Fargo Advisors, Stifel, Centene, RGA, Watlow, Metropolitan Life and six additional large St. Louis employers between February 16 and March 29.
Fairs will be held primary during lunch hours, so it will be easy and convenient for you to check out camps offered by the Saint Louis Science Center, Challenger Learning Center, Vetta Sports, Camp Weloki, Saint Louis Zoo, JCC, Dayspring School of the Arts, COCA, YMCA and more.
In addition to getting some summer planning done during your lunch break, many of the camps will be offering freebies, prizes, raffles and other goodies. It's the ultimate in parental multi-tasking.
For more information about the fairs call 314-809-5677 or visit www.stlouiscampfair.com.
Check out summer camp opportunities online 24/7 at www.stlcamps.com, the online summer camp guide of St. Louis Kids Magazine.
U.S. Bank Wild Lights at the Saint Louis Zoo is back for another beautifully lit season. Your family can stroll through the Zoo grounds surrounded by a million lights! Visitors will see twinkling light displays, enjoy fun photo opportunities, holiday carolers, Santa's woodland workshop, roaming entertainers, and lots more in this enchanting holiday wonderland.
More than a million lights will illuminate some of the Missouri Botanical Garden's most iconic locations, walkways will be transformed into sensory light tunnels providing an explosion of visual magic, and traditional candlelight village displays, festive drinks, s'mores and great photo opportunities will delight crowds of all ages.
Enjoy the iconic lights that adorn the Anheuser-Busch Brewery close up during walking tours. Brewery Lights features more than one million twinkling lights and lots of family friendly activities. New this year is an enhanced parade with Clydesdales and street performers, giant branded nutcrackers and interactive stage performances.
The Saint Louis Science Center has expanded its Preschool Science Series to include new offerings for different age groups of young scientists. Storybook STEAM is for ages 3 to 5.