Dreaming about baseball season? So is Fredbird! He can’t wait for the Cardinals to come back to Busch Stadium, so he’s inviting all the baseball loving kids and their families to come hang out at Ballpark Village every Wednesday night until the home opener!
Think a visit to the St. Louis Science Center is going to cost a bundle? It doesn’t have to! Admission to the Science Center is FREE. Parking at the Forest Park entrance is FREE. Main gallery exhibits are FREE Science demonstrations are FREE SLSC Mobile App is FREE to help plan your visit with maps […]
Looking for a fun indoor activity that involves a little less greasy food and a lot more culture? Then check out the St. Louis Art Museum on a Sunday afternoon. The St. Louis Art Museum in Forest Park has “Family Sundays” where they offer hands-on art projects and kid friendly tours of the galleries. There’s […]
Are you ready to get your twinkle on? Grab some hot cocoa, download the holiday tunes and put your kids in the car–it’s time to take a drive through some of St. Louis’ best Christmas light displays! (updated for 2016)Every year we celebrate the beginning of the holiday season with trip to a couple of these festive light shows. There’s something […]
Mom, can I get a sword? Please! Please mom, pleaaaaase?? Tip #1 plain wooden swords are cheaper than painted ones and whack your best friend just as heartily. Look at that, I haven’t even made through the intro and you’ve already got your first tip on how to survive ENJOY the STL Renaissance Festival, going on Oct. […]
Let’s be truthful…if my kid were given the choice of a beautiful St. Louis style BBQ pork steak or a big bowl of plain buttered noodles…he’d choose the noodles. Every. Time. He’s not exactly the most adventurous eater around–he’s more of a chicken nugget and bean burrito kinda guy. And when it comes to pasta night? […]
Mitch and I caught Cars 3 at the Galaxy 14 Mega Screen — in 3D — and it was fabulous! The end was a little surprising–I won’t spoil it for you here–but it was so much better than the 2nd installment. Cars 3 really got back to it’s racing roots! I know the movie has […]
The Magic House might call itself a “museum” but kids just call it fun. The house started out as old Victorian home in Kirkwood with a prime location on S. Lindbergh, er, S. Kirkwood Road. (Kirkwood likes to rename things, or maybe it’s just part of their rivalry with Lindbergh High School.)