Thursday, December 15, 2016

Grinch Dust -- 3rd Grade Christmas Party!

I'm knee deep in planning classroom Christmas parties for my 1st and 3rd grader but I just had to share this fun holiday idea.  Be sure to read to the end!  We are planning a Grinch themed party for the 3rd graders.  Here are the details:

Pin the Heart on the Grinch
We found some free printable Pin the Heart on the Grinch games here:
Free Printable #1
Free Printable #2

Grinch Ornament
We are using clear plastic ornaments and filling them with green tissue paper, red hearts and jingle bells.  The hanger is a sparkly green pipe cleaner. And the kids can write their name on their ornaments with red and green paint pens.

Christmas Coal and Grinch Juice
The snack will be Christmas Coal made from Cocoa Krispies and marshmallows and green "Grinch Juice".

Grinch Dust
My favorite part!!  The kids will get to take home a bag of Grinch Dust.  I made these using a lot of sugar and green food coloring.  The Wilton Icing Colors has the best color green.  I also threw in some green sprinkles.
I used Wilton 3x4 Treat Bags (you can find them at Walmart or Michaels).
And I made these fun tags for the bags.
 (this bag has all green sprinkles in it)

If you'd like to purchase the PDF file for the tags, you can send $1.50 to my PayPal account and I'll email them to you. Be sure to leave your email address and the files you're requesting in the comments too!  My turnaround time is 1-2 days :)

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Happy Holidays!

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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Clara's Paw Patrol Birthday Party

Hi!  I'm still here!  I've been too busy to blog lately, but Clara just celebrated her 4th birthday and the Paw Patrol party was a HUGE hit so I thought I'd share.  PS - I was not paid by Nick Jr for this post.  I just loved all their free stuff!!!


Pin the Badge on Skye
This free poster came from the Nick Jr. Paw Patrol website.  I taped the poster together and also taped it to a piece of pink poster board, then laminated it.  I cut out the badges and laminated them as well so everything could be reused.

Clara's first attempt was a little bit off ;)

Photo Booth Props
The photo booth props were also free printables on the Nick Jr. Paw Patrol Website.  I cut out and laminated the Skye masks as well so that they wouldn't tear.  I found the pink elastic cord at Michaels.
I didn't laminate the Paw Patrol face cut out but I did tape it to white poster board.

I made the backdrop for the photo booth using brown craft paper and circle punches to make the paw prints.

(see Part 6: Templates for info about signs)


Table Decor
The Paw Patrol confetti on the tables came from a Nick Jr. Paw Patrol Potty Chart free printable. I made the table runner using the same materials from the photo booth.  

Birthday Wreath
Click here to see how I made our birthday balloon wreath.


I found these cute dog bowls at Dollar Tree.

I had a local baker make this cute cake based off a picture I found online.  We used Clara's toys as cake toppers.


I found Clara's outfit (pants, shirt and bow) on Etsy.  Unfortunately, when I received the outfit two days before the party the shirt had been made incorrectly!  She's only turning 4!!!

The Etsy shop couldn't send me a replacement in time for the party so they just refunded my money.  Luckily I have wonderful friends who came to my rescue.  One friend loaned me a Paw Patrol shirt to match Clara's outfit.
And another friend had this cute matching shirt made at Zoey's Attic in time for the party!
I'm so grateful to have awesome friends in my life :)

All of the signs that you see can be tailored for your party and purchased.  See Part 6: Templates below.

Station 1: Clara's Pet Adoption Store
I wrapped a cardboard box in a green plastic table cloth.  Then I used white card stock to make the fence.  The Adoption Certificate and Pet License came from the Nick Jr. Paw Patrol website.

The girls are obsessed with Beanie Boos!
 I cut out the Adoption Certificates and Pet Licenses and taped them to card stock.

Station 2: Clara's Animal Hospital

Station 3: Clara's Pet Grooming
I found the Paw Patrol lanyards at Party City.  I used elastic hair bands as a pet collar to attach the lanyard like a like a lease.

Station 4: Decorate a Dog Bone
I used a template to make the dog bones and found the stickers at Dollar Tree.  I used white card stock to make the bones.

Station 5: Make your own Pup Tag
I found the Pup Tag template on the Nick Jr. website. I used card stock and thin ribbon for the pup tags.
I also printed off some coloring pages from the Nick Jr. website. I found the Paw patrol bucket holding the markers at Party City.


If you'd like to purchase tailored PDF templates for your party
1. Click the link to my Paypal account to pay the $5 for the templates:
2. Leave your email address, the name of your son/daughter (so I can edit your files) and the type of party you're having in the PayPal comments. 
My turnaround time is 2-3 days.  
I can also tailor the files for other animals if you are not using dogs.

Happy 4th Birthday to my baby. Mama loves you.

For more ideas, check out my Paw Patrol Birthday Party Pinterest board.
Also check out my Puppy Dog & Kitty Cat Birthday Party post and Pinterest board for ideas!

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Saturday, April 16, 2016

A - Z Guide to Summer Fun in St. Louis -- 2016 Edition

Hello St. Louis!  
Here's your guide to having fun with the kiddos this summer.  
The list keeps growing and growing!  
If I've left anything out (or if the links don't work), please comment at the end of this post.

ABC CHEFS COOKING ACADEMY – Lots of fun summer cooking and baking camps for kids.
AMERICAN GIRL STORE – Visit their website to discover why American Girl is more than just a store!
AMTRAK TRIP  Kids love trains!  Start at the Kirkwood station and take a day trip.  The train stops in Washington, MO, Jefferson City, MO, Lee's Summit, MO, Independence, MO and Kansas City, MO.
AQUAPORT – Aquaport is a great place for the entire family to cool off and enjoy the summer! Be sure to check their website for family coupons.
ARCH – The Arch is open during construction! In addition to going to the top of the Arch, the website offers lots of other fun things to do around the Arch grounds.
ART INVASION BENEFIT CONCERT – Art Invasion is a fundraiser concert that supports Art Unleashed and the City of Chesterfield public sculptures projects.  It will be held at Chesterfield Amphitheater
ART FAIRS Art Fair at Laumeier Sculpture Park will be held May 6-8. Paint Webster is scheduled for May 7 in Webster Groves.  Art Outside will be held May 27-29 at Schlafly Bottleworks in Maplewood. The St. Louis African Arts Festival will be held at the World's Fair Pavilion May 28-30.  Let them Eat Art is scheduled for July 8th in Maplewood.  The St. Louis Art Fair  will be held September 9-11 in Clayton.
ART HILL OUTDOOR MUSIC & FILM SERIES – Come and enjoy free music and movies Fridays in July on Art Hill.
BALLPARK VILLAGE  There is something for everyone going on every day at Ballpark Village: Movie Night, Yoga, Free Movie Mondays, Cars and Coffee, and Schwagfest.
BIG JOELS SAFARI PETTING ZOO  See all types of animals from "wild to mild"
BOATHOUSE BOAT RENTAL – Rent a 4-person paddle boat for $17 an hour.  Also, the boat house has live music most Friday and Saturday nights starting at 7pm throughout the summer.
BOB KRAMER'S MARIONETTES  Get your tickets to see the Summer Follies puppet show.
BOY SCOUTS – There are lots of great summer camps available.
BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF GREATER ST. LOUIS – Check out their website for summer camp opportunities for kids ages 6-18.
BUDWEISER BREWERY TOUR – Everyone is invited (even kids!) to a complimentary tour of the brewery.  Come on Clydesdale Camera Day to get a picture of your family with the Budweiser Clydesdales!
BUTTERFLY HOUSE – Come to see the butterflies and check their calendar for special events. The Butterfly House is located in Faust Park with the Carousel and a fun playground.
CAHOKIA MOUNDS  The site is named for the Cahokia tribe as the city's original name is unknown.  Visit the museum to learn more about the most important center for the peoples known today as Mississippians.
CARDINALS AT BUSCH STADIUM – Come see a game with the whole family and visit the new Ballpark Village.  Check their website for the special promotions and giveaways.
CARDINALS ALUMNI KID CLINICS – Learn baseball fundamentals the St. Louis Cardinals way! 
CELEBRATE WILDWOOD – The festival will take place August 26-28 and will include a parade, music, art and a car show!
CENTRAL PUBLIC LIBRARY – Come explore this beautiful building and read some good books. Check their website for Movie Monday movie listings.
CHAIFETZ ARENA – The Men's Gymnastics Olympic trials will be held June 23-26 and OVO by Cirque du Soleil will be at the arena August 3-7.
CHESTERFIELD WINE & JAZZ FEST  The festival will be held at the Chesterfield Amphitheater on June 25 from 3-10pm
CHILDREN'S GARDEN CLUB – This is a free club focused on getting kids interested in gardening. Scroll down and click on "Calendar of Events" in the right column to see what's going on.
CHOMP  The all-day festival held on May 21 will feature up to 50 food trucks, music, a kids zone and family movie ("Minions").
CIRCUS FLORA – The circus is in town!  If you have little ones, the one hour Little Top performances at 10am are perfect.  Hurry, it's only here from June 2 - July 3!
CITY GARDEN – Come on a warm day with a change of clothes and plan to get wet.  Then cool off with a treat from the ice cream truck.
CITY MUSEUM – The best kids museum in town and it's fun for adults too.
COCA PRESENTS – Sign up for a summer camp or just enjoy the family theater starting in October.
CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM  The museum offers Stroller Tours, Morning Play Dates and Family Days.
COOKING CLASSES  Schnucks and Dierbergs both offer cooking classes for kids.
CREVE COEUR DAYS – The carnival will be held on June 23-26 and features carnival rides, a parade and musical entertainment for the family.
CREVE COEUR LAKE – There is so much here to offer including boating, fishing, biking, playgrounds, tennis courts, picnic grounds and beaches!
CRITTER LANE PETTING ZOO –  A different kind of zoo with over 300 exotic animals on display where visitors are encouraged to feed and pet the critters.
CROWN CANDY KITCHEN – Opened in 1913, they are famous for their candy, but also serve lunch and dinner.  They also have the oldest soda fountain in St. Louis!
DRIVE-IN MOVIES @ SKYVIEW – This may be the only drive-in theater left near St. Louis.
ECKERT'S FARM – Visit one of their 3 locations to pick your own fruit this summer.
EDGE AQUATIC CENTER  Come cool off in the summer at The EDGE.
ELEPHANT ROCKS – Tire out the kids by climbing rocks all day!
FAIR ST. LOUIS  Celebrate the Fourth of July in St. Louis at Forest Park!
FAMILY MUSICAL THEATER – Come see a show with the whole family.  Disney's The Little Mermaid starts July 15.
FARMERS MARKETS – Visit one of the many farmers markets around St. Louis for some fresh food straight from the farm.  Click here for a map of farmers markets in your area.
FAUST PARK  There are lots to do here in the summer including Olden Days of Summer, Historic Village Open House tours, Tea with Nancy, Feast in the Park, Summer Concert Series and the Faust Heritage Festival.  Click here for the 2016 Summer Brochure.
FAUST PARK'S ST. LOUIS CAROUSEL – This carousel was built in 1920 and nearly lost to a fire in 1963, but it still operates today for $2 a ride.  Also, check the website for special events and summer camps.
FEAST IN THE PARK – Have dinner in the park provided by local food trucks while you listen to free live music. The event is open from 5 - 8 pm, bands play from 5:30 - 7:30 pm.
FESTIVAL OF THE LITTLE HILLS – This festival will be held August 19-21 along Historic Main Street in St. Charles.
FESTIVAL OF NATIONS  The festival will be held August 27-28 at Tower Grove Park.
FOOD TRUCK FRIDAYS – Bring your picnic blankets to Tower Grove Park and enjoy the food and entertainment with your family.  Beginning May 13, more than 20 trucks park it every second Friday of the month through October for one of the best outdoor food events in St. Louis!
FOOD TRUCK FROLIC  Held June 24, July 22, August 26 and September 23 at St. Charles Community College - blue lot, these events feature 23 food trucks, music and a family movie night.
FOX THEATER – The shows continue through the summer  and you can also take a 1.5 hour backstage tour on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 10:30am.
FOREST PARK – Pack a picnic lunch and explore the park that was named the Best City Park in the US by the readers of USA Today!!
FOUNDRY ART CENTRE –  Free Family Fun Day is on Sunday, May 22!
FRISCO TRAIN STORE – The kids can play with the trains in their free play area while you shop. Be sure to check their calendar for Family Fun Night.
GATEWAY GRIZZLIES  Come watch a minor league ball game with your family in Illinois.
GIRL SCOUTS – There are lots of summer camp opportunities for Girl Scouts and non-Girl Scouts.
GRAFTON ZIPLINE ADVENTURES – 9 zip lines cover 1.75 miles!  Call to reserve your 2 hour tour.
GRANT'S FARM – Admission is FREE!  Come see the Budweiser Clydesdale Stables, feed the goats and enjoy complimentary samples of Anheuser-Busch beer (21 and older of course!).
GREAT SKATE – Check their website for their summer open skate schedule!
GREEK FEST – Experience a taste of Greece without the airfare May 27-30 and be sure to check out the Kids Corner.
GREEN CENTER – Located in Kaufman Park in U City, The Green Center offers classes for kids, guided field trips and summer youth camps.  
GRUB & GROOVE – This free annual concert in Francis Park will be held on August 13 from 4-10pm. Be sure to check out the Kids Zone.
THE HILL – Enjoy the many bakeries and gelaterias as you tour this historic Italian village. You can even play Bocce ball!  The Hill Wine Walk will be held on May 7th.
HISTORICAL CHILDREN'S FESTIVAL –  Come live, learn and play as children in the 1820s did. Held at the First Missouri State Capitol State Historic Site on May 21 from 10am - 4pm.
HOT AIR BALLOON RACE AT FOREST PARK – The 44th annual balloon race is September 17th.  And come to Balloon Glow on September 16th to see the inflated balloons up close.  
INFLATABLE OBSTACLE COURSE RACE  Xtreme Air St. Louis 5k obstacle course race is coming to town on June 18.  Registration required.
INNSBROOK – Plan a getaway with the family to Innsbrook!  Rent a chateau and relax on the beach.
INNSBROOK INSTITUTE MUSIC FESTIVAL – Enjoy Innsbrook and a concert.  The musicians come from all over the US to perform at Innsbrook. 
JEFFERSON BARRACKS  Explore the former military base including the National Cemetary, the Civil War Museum, Powder Magazine Museum, the Laborers House and the park grounds. Click here and scroll to page 11 for the summer concert series.  The JB Blast will be held on July 1st at 7 pm at the Veterans Memorial Amphitheater in Jefferson Barracks Park. Live music and concessions available.
JEWEL BOX – Located in Forest Park, the Jewel Box is open after a $3.5M renovation.
KATY TRAIL – Bike the Katy Trail and stop by a winery or two along the way.
KIMMSWICK STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL – Visit Kimmswick for their annual Strawberry Festival on June 4th and 5th.
KIRKWOOD PEACH FESTIVAL  Enjoy peach samples from local farmers as well as peach related treats and menu items at Kirkwood Farmers' Market starting at 8am on July 16th. Check out Kirkwood's Calendar of Events page for more festivals in downtown Kirkwood, such as Mayfest and Tunes at Ten.
KIRKWOOD GREENTREE FESTIVAL – The festival will be held September 16-18 in Kirkwood Park. There will also be a parade at 10am on the 17th.
LANGUAGE IMMERSION CAMP  French and Spanish language camps are offered for kids ages 5-10.
LAUMEIER SCULPTURE PARK – Entrance to the park is free and open year round.  Art Fair will be held May 6-8.  Walking tours and stroller tours are offered as well as summer camps.  See their calendar for specific dates and times.
LONE ELK PARK – Drive around Lone Elk Park and see bison, turkey, elk, deer and other wildlife up close.
LYDIA BUDER PARK - Come watch model airplanes take flight.  The park is also located near the World Bird Sanctuary and Lone Elk Park if you have time to visit.
MAGIC HOUSE – The first interactive children's museum opened in 1979 and has grown substantially since.  Check their website for special events and free days!
MERAMEC CAVERNS – You can take a cave tour or relax on a riverboat among many other things.  They also have a zip line tour.
MISSOURI BOTANICAL GARDEN – Visit their website for a list of summer events and classes for kids.  The Whitaker Music Festival continues this summer on Wednesday evenings from June 1 - August 3.  The Children's Garden stays open late on concert days and is free after 5pm. Bring your swim suits if you want to get wet in the sprayground.  
MISSOURI HISTORY MUSEUM – Check their website for the free Summer Family Fun Series events, including story time, make-and-take workshops, History Clubhouse and the Twilight Tuesdays Concert Series.
MISSOURI WINE COUNTRY – Most wineries have live music on the weekends starting around 1:00pm - the perfect time to enjoy a picnic lunch with some wine.
MOVIES  The Angry Birds Movie (May 20), Alice Through the Looking Glass (May 27), Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (June 3), Finding Dory (June 17), BFG (July 1), The Secret Life of Pets (July 8), Ice Age: Collision Course (July 22), Nine Lives (August 5), Pete's Dragon (August 12), Kubo and the Two Strings (August 19)
MUNY OPERA – Their summer shows include The Wizard of Oz, Young Frankenstein and Mamma Mia!
MUSEUM OF TRANSPORTATION – Kids 5 and under will love visiting the Creation Station.  You can also explore trains and ride on the Miniature Train.  Check the website for train riding hours and special events.
MYSEUM - Where the Magic House meets the Science Center! The interactive exhibits are scientifically fun and unique.
NATIONAL BLUES MUSEUM – The grand opening of the only museum dedicated exclusively to preserving and honoring the national and international story of the Blues and its impact on American culture in the US opened on April 8, 2016.  It's a must-see this summer.
NATIONAL SHRINE OF OUR LADY OF THE SNOWS – Visitors of all faiths will enjoy seeing the largest outdoor shrine in North America.
NEIGHBORHOODS – St. Louis has so many great neighborhoods to explore including Central West EndClaytonDowntownKirkwoodLafayette SquareSoulardThe HillThe Loop and Webster Groves.
OLD WEBSTER COMMUNITY DAYS  Celebrate the Fourth of July in Old Webster.  Visit their website for a schedule of events.
OUTDOOR CONCERTS – Outdoor concerts are offered all over St. Louis.  And they are FREE!
OUTDOOR MOVIES AT CHESTERFIELD AMPHITHEATER – The Chesterfield Amphitheater is showing a free movie each month of the summer.  The 2016 summer movies are: "The Good Dinosaur" (June 10), "Minions" (June 24) and "Inside Out"  (July 22).  Movies start at 8pm.
PAGAN PICNIC  The 24th Annual Pagan Picnic will be held June 4-5 in Tower Grove Park. Check their website for the schedule of events and info about the Kids Corner.
PEABODY OPERA HOUSE – I didn't see any family-friendly events scheduled this summer.  Be sure to check their website throughout the year.  They typically have a few events for kids. 
PERE MARQUETTE  Get away with your family and relax at the lodge.  Check out the website for more family activities.
PICK YOUR OWN FRUIT – You can find all the local farms in your area that offer fruit picking.
PLAQUEY WACKY 5K RUN & FAMILY FUN RUN – This event held on June 18 features a 5K race, family fun run, grossology activities, music, healthy snacks, the presentation of Wacky Awards and great giveaways.
PLAY YOUR ART OUT – Hands-on play and crafts using recycled materials.
PLAYGROUNDS AND WATER PARKS – This website has a great, comprehensive list of playgrounds and water parks throughout St. Louis with pictures.
PLAYHOUSE PRODUCTIONS  The 2016 Summer Season features Godspell, Meet Me in St. Louis and Crazy for You. 
POWDER VALLEY CONSERVATION NATURE CENTER – Explore the interactive exhibits in the Nature Center then hike along the many trails.
PRIDEFEST  The 2016 festival will be held on  June 24-26 at Soldiers’ Memorial. The parade will be held on June 26 @ 12pm. Don't forget to stop by the Childrens' Area!
PRIDE ST. CHARLES  The festival will take place on June 18 @ 11am - 7pm @ 370 Lakeside Park. There will be lots of family-oriented activities as well as music, food and drinks.
PURINA FARMS – Animal lovers can get up close and personal with barnyard animals and everyday pets.  They also have free dog shows.
QUEENY PARK – There is a fun playground and lots of hiking trails that are paved and good for strollers.  They also offer summer camps.
RENAISSANCE FAIRE – Children will love the petting zoo, games, and daily free activities. Adults will enjoy beer, wine, and mead at three thematic pubs.  Open weekends September 17 - October 16 @ 10am - 6pm in Rotary Park.
RIVERBOAT RIDES – Enjoy a guided tour on a replica 19th-century paddle-wheel boat.
RIVER CITY RASCALS  Come watch a fun minor league ball game with your family in O'Fallon. 
ROCK SHOW ACADEMY – Check out the website for summer camps for musical kids.
ROCKING J RANCH – The ranch offers trail riding lessons and summer camps for kids.
SCIENCE CENTER – Fun for kids of all ages and admission is free.
SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL – A Midsummer Night's Dream will be performed in Forest Park from June 3-26.  Come early for the Green Show at 6:30pm to see local musicians, jugglers and clowns and a family craft area, and a 20-minute adaptation of the evening’s mainstage production (except on double feature nights).
SHAW NATURE RESERVE – The Nature Explore Classroom and the Whitmire Wildflower Garden are perfect for kids.  There are also lots of hiking trails to explore.
SIX FLAGS –  Enjoys rides and entertainment for kids of all ages.
SLU SUMMER CAMPS – There are lots of camps to choose from for kids age Pre-K through high school.
SOULARD FARMERS MARKET  This is the largest farmers market in St. Louis and there is a fun playground right next to it!
SPRAYGROUNDS  Spraygrounds are a fun way to cool off and are great for little ones and big kids. 
ST. LOUIS ART MUSEUM – Summer classes are available for kids ages 3 and up.  Check the website for more family programs.
ST. LOUIS SYMPHONY FAMILY CONCERTS – The Family Concert series starts back up in October. Check the website for more info on purchasing tickets.
STAGES – Purchase tickets to see Disney's "Alice in Wonderland" June 15 - July 3.
STORY TIME  Pottery Barn Kids, the Library and Whole Foods offer free story times for kids.
STL ADVENTURE PASS – Fun and easy way to get to all your favorite St. Louis attractions.
SUMMER READING PROGRAMS – Check out all the summer reading programs available in your area!
SUSON PARK & ANIMAL FARM – Farm Fridays will be held on 5/20, 6/3, 6/17 and 9/9 from 10am - 1pm. Admission is $10 for kids ages 12 and under (adults free).  Hayrides, pony rides, barn tours and games for kids!
SWIM LESSONS – The YMCALittle Fishes Swim School and Ackermann's Swim Program are enrolling kids now for swim lessons.
SWING-A-ROUND FUN TOWN – Lots to do including Mini Golf, Go-Carts, Bumper Boats, Batting Cages and Arcade Games.
TASTE OF ST. LOUIS – The event will be held September 16-18 at the Chesterfield Amphitheater.  Be sure to visit Kids' Kitchen!
TED DREWES – Perfecting frozen custard since 1929!
THIRD DEGREE GLASS FACTORY – Visit their website to find out when their next Third Friday Kids' Night Out will be held.
TOWER GROVE PARK  This park hosts tons of great events and activities including Children's Concert Series at the Piper Palm House, Picnic in the ParkFestival of NationsFood Truck FridaysFarmers MarketPagan Picniccarriage ridespony rides, a playground and wading pool and docent-guided tours of the park.  It also has great paved paths to get around with kids.  Click here for their 2016 Calendar of Events.
TRAPEZE STL – Circus Harmony will be setting up their new location for trapeze classes in Chesterfield while Union Station is undergoing renovations.  Opening day is May 25!
UNION STATION – This amazing St. Louis landmark is under construction and set to reopen in summer 2017.
UNIVERSITY CITY LOOP – See the St. Louis Walk of Fame, listen to live music at Blueberry Hill, enjoy a Root Beer Float at Fitz's, browse the shops and enjoy the food. Construction is underway to return the fixed-track, vintage trolley system to the neighborhood!
VARIETY ST. LOUIS – Visit the website for information on camps and events for kids with physical and mental disabilities.
VINTAGE BASEBALL  See baseball as it was played in the 1880s as the Perfectos play the St. Louis Brown Stockings.
WABASH, FRISCO AND PACIFIC RAILROAD – Take a 30 minute ride on a live steam railroad on Sundays.
WEHERENBERG THEATER FAMILY SUMMER SERIES – See 10 great films for $1 each this summer on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10am.
WENTZVILLE DAYS FAIR AND MUSIC FESTIVAL –  The event will be held May 20-22!
WORLD AQUARIUM – Explore the wonders of water at the World Aquarium located, for now, within City Museum.  Plans are underway to design a new World Aquarium to the riverfront!
WORLD BIRD SANCTUARY  The World Bird Sanctuary features free seasonal shows, nature trails, educational programs and picnic pavilions.  Check their Calendar of Events for more info on Camera Day, Amazing Animal Encounters and Birds in Concert.
XCEL GYMNASTICS – Lot of fun camps for kids are offered in the summer.
YMCA BOOK FAIR  The 37th annual book fair will be held the week of August 19th at the Greensfelder Rec Complex in Queeny Park.
YMCA SUMMER CAMP – Visit the website for a list of summer camp options for kids.
ZOO – Summer activities include summer camp and programs for kids and families, Prairie Farms Summer Zoo Weekends and Jungle Boogie.

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