Kids ages 1-9 can look for eggs and meet the Easter Bunny at the Easter Egg Scramble in Bluebird Park.Photo courtesy City of Ellisville.
Is spring really complete without an egg hunt? From charity hunts to parks and rec hunts and even Easter dog bone hunts for furry friends, read on for the latest egg-cellent news about where to fill your basket with fun.
Celebrate Easter Sunday with an Enrichment Eggstravaganza at the Saint Louis Zoo.Photo by Roger Brandt, courtesy Saint Louis Zoo.
Looking for something beyond chocolate bunnies and marshmallow chicks to help you celebrate this Easter? Here are a few best bets that are sure to put the hip back in your family's hippity-hop this spring.
If your kids are climbing the walls, register for spring break camp at Upper Limits.Photo courtesy Upper Limits.
Can't make it to a balmy beach, a snow-covered ski resort or Cardinals spring training over spring break? No problem! Whether your kids want to spend spring break exploring nature, creating art or even training for their own upcoming baseball season, they can do it all at these fun spring break camps.
Kids can create their own masterpieces at Jacoby Arts Center.Photo courtesy Jacoby Arts Center.
Your child is constantly asking to paint, create and be all-around messy. While part of you wants to say yes and let the creativity flow, another part of you pictures the cleanup and thinks, “no, no, no”— not to mention all the supplies it takes to support your budding artist! Fortunately, the St. Louis area offers a full artist’s palette of kid-friendly spaces where families can create art together that you’ll both be proud to display in your home (all without the paint spills and marker on the walls).