Upcoming Events

Wednesday July 29, 2015

Thursday July 30, 2015

  • 11:00am

    In 1875, 10 years after the abolition of slavery, St. Louis had a strong group of African American activists and community leaders who were doing the hard work of civil rights. This performance...

  • 2:00pm

    In 1875, St. Louis was a popular stop for touring actors, circuses, and other performers. This play offers a glimpse into a performer’s life in the 19th century.

Friday July 31, 2015

  • 10:30am

    Who knew vegetables could be so fun?

    These programs engage our youngest visitors and their families in historic objects and museum settings by using traditional and...

  • 10:30am

    Join us for free family fun! This series combines special guests, storytelling, and hands-on arts and crafts projects inspired by objects and themes in our exhibitions. Groups of eight or more...

Saturday August 1, 2015

  • 11:30am

    Glory the Gargoyle dreams of finding the perfect place to call home. Kids of all ages can help by attending this interactive performance.

  • 1:00pm

    Join us in a small group to process and discuss the themes of the State of Deception exhibition. Discussions are facilitated by the National Conference for Community and Justice...

  • 2:00pm

    In 1875, 10 years after the abolition of slavery, St. Louis had a strong group of African American activists and community leaders who were doing the hard work of civil rights. This performance...

Monday August 3, 2015

Tuesday August 4, 2015

Thursday August 6, 2015

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