Don’t miss the fun! There’s still time to sign your elementary kids (we’re talking 9 to 11 here) for Camp Artist and Camp Maker at the Magic House! (sponsored by the Magic House…because they make camp AWESOME)
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Earth Day is right around the corner–it’s April 22! And there’s no better time to do a little Earth friendly spring cleaning than Earth Day weekend!
I simply can’t say enough about how awesome the Magic House camps are for your creative kids! Mitch has done the Maker Camp twice and the art camp for the first time last year. My only disappointment is that this will be the last summer that’s he’s young enough to attend. :sob:
What do you get when you combine a small zoo, a historic place and a bit of corporate good citizenship? Well, if you’re in St. Louis…you’ve got Grant’s Farm! This is one of our favorite places to visit with the kids and I’m sure it will be yours too!
You know those little paper balloons you used to see at the store to support Children’s Miracle Network? I know I’ve bought more than a few, because hey, helping sick kids is always a good cause!* Especially when it’s local. But I never really knew what Children’s Miracle Network did with all that money. So […]
Hop downtown to celebrate spring at the Arch Grounds! They’re wrapping up construction and all those ugly construction fences are being removed. You can even walk across the new pedestrian “lid” over Hwy 44! (It was opened to the public on March 27.) The Gateway Arch Park Foundation, formerly CityArchRiver, is hosting a big party: “Spring […]
Mitch and I had a fantastic opportunity to visit Warm Spring Ranch this spring, home of the Budweiser Clydesdales!
Spring break weather is always a little dicey in St. Louis—it could be nice enough for a family picnic in Forest Park or you could end up on a sled ride down Art Hill! The smart mom will plan for indoor activities, but will be ready to toss those aside for a spontaneous hike through […]