Events

Adult Play Date at MADE for Kids

When: Friday, August 13, 2021
Time: 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
                                            

Eat, Drink and Create! Join The Magic House Young Professional Board for an Adult Play Date at MADE for Kids. Try your hand at the pottery wheel, design for a 3D printer or laser cutter,  paint on a digital easel and more!

Reserve your tickets today!  Reservations are required, space is limited.

Cost: $30 per ticket (Must be 21+)

Location: This event will take place at MADE for Kids, 5127 Delmar Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108

Namaste India Arts & Cultural Series: Calligraphy Bookmarks

When: Sunday, August 15, 2021
Time: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
                                            

Stop by The Magic House Art Studio where local artists will write your name in Devanagiri script which corresponds to the national language of India know as “Hindi”. Plus, create a keepsake personalized bookmark of your own!

Cost: Free with Museum admission

This session is part of the Namaste India Arts & Cultural Series, created to provide visitors of all ages with unique opportunities to experience Indian arts and culture.  This series is made possible by the Kent Family Foundation. 

Fall Farm Festival

When: Saturday, September 11, 2021
Time: 9:30 am – 2:30 pm
                                            

Families are invited to a fun-filled day on the farm at The Magic House’s Fall Farm Festival. During the event, kids can meet with local farmers to learn about where their food comes from, sit in a real tractor, participate in a variety of agricultural activities and even check out real farm animals!

Cost: Free with Museum admission

The Fall Farm Festival is made possible with the support of the Missouri and Illinois Farm Bureaus

Namaste India Arts & Cultural Series: India’s Architecture

                                            

When: Saturday, September 11 & Sunday, September 12

Time: Museum Hours 

India has a very rich history and variety of architectural styles, dating back to thousands of years. Let’s take a look at some early architecture styles and get inspired to build our own structures using paper.

Cost: Free with Museum admission

This session is part of the Namaste India Arts & Cultural Series, created to provide visitors of all ages with unique opportunities to experience Indian arts and culture.  This series is made possible by the Kent Family Foundation. 

Big Truck Day

                                            

Saturday, October 2 and Sunday, October 3
10:30 am to 1:30 pm

Roll on over to The Magic House for a truckload of fun! Truck lovers of all ages will get up close to a crane, bucket truck, sleeper cab and more! Big Truck Day includes a hot dog meal, a construction hat to take home, private playtime in Trike Town and all day admission to The Magic House.

Reserve your tickets today!  Reservations are required, space is limited.

Cost: 
$15 per member
$22 per non-member

 

Namaste India Arts & Cultural Series: Traditional Dance & Music of India

When: Saturday, October 9, 2021
                                            

Cost: Free with Museum admission.

Celebrate the timeless art of Indian classical dances performed by various artists. Immerse yourself in the rich cultural diversity and enjoy the expressive movements, gestures, expressions, and sounds. We would like to invite you to come, join the rhythm!

This session is part of the Namaste India Arts & Cultural Series, created to provide visitors of all ages with unique opportunities to experience Indian arts and culture.  This series is made possible by the Kent Family Foundation. 

Namaste India Arts & Cultural Series: Marigold Garland

                                            

When: Saturday, November 13 & Sunday November 14

Time: Museum Hours 

Marigold flowers and mango leaves are symbols of celebration in Indian households. Let’s create vibrant marigold flowers and watch it transform into a large, flowers and mango leaves string installation at The Magic House.

Cost: Free with Museum admission.

This session is part of the Namaste India Arts & Cultural Series, created to provide visitors of all ages with unique opportunities to experience Indian arts and culture.  This series is made possible by the Kent Family Foundation. 

Namaste India Arts & Cultural Series: Batik

                                            

When: Saturday, December 11 & Sunday, December 12

Time: Museum Hours 

Batik is a resist dyeing art form on fabric which uses wax and natural dyes. This traditional method of dyeing is practiced in many countries in Southeast Asia. We will recreate this art form using crayons and watercolors on paper. Join us to make your own colorful batik take home art.

Cost: Free with Museum admission.

This session is part of the Namaste India Arts & Cultural Series, created to provide visitors of all ages with unique opportunities to experience Indian arts and culture.  This series is made possible by the Kent Family Foundation.