Families can enjoy puppet shows, hands-on activities, live music and a model train display from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013, at the Missouri History Museum.
The event is part of the museum’s Second Sunday Celebrations series.
The museum is located at Lindell Boulevard and DeBaliviere Avenue in Forest Park.
Are you looking for a great time this weekend? Want to do it on the cheap?
No problem if you’re in St. Louis. The Lou has an overwhelming number of free and cheap things to do this and every weekend. Here’s a sampling:
Free: Family Fun Day Sunday At The Missouri History Museum
Free: 12th Night Kicks Off Mardi Gras Season in Soulard
Star Trek First Friday: Reduced Admission, Trivia Contest Tonight
Free: 1772 Twelfth Night (Afternoon Ball) At The Old Courthouse
Free On Fridays: Final Weeks for St. Louis Art Museum’s Monet’s Water Lillies Exhibit
Here’s a way to beat the January blahs–the Missouri History Museum is holding a free Family Fun Day on Sunday, Jan. 8.
Enjoy puppets shows, hands-on activities, an archaeology display, a weaving demonstration and a model train display. The fun happens from noon to 3 p.m. in the AT&T Foundation Multipurpose Room.
The Missouri History Museum is located at Lindell and DeBaliviere in Forest Park.
Here’s a great family event–and it’s free!
The newly reconstructed Delta Dental Health Theatre is holding a Family Fun Day tomorrow, Aug. 6 with a free, medieval-themed outdoor festival on a grassy lot down from the theatre.
The event will feature a parade and meet-and-greet with the theatre’s cast of characters and other kid favorites, including Dora the Explorer and SpongeBob SquarePants, games, prizes, stage performances, face painters, balloon artists, jugglers and a Street Dreamz Talent Contest.
The Delta Dental Health Theatre is at at the corner of First and Lucas Streets in Laclede’s Landing.