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March 3–4: Junie B's Essential Survival Guide to School
From bus rules to Band-Aids, Junie B. shares everything she's learned after surviving and thriving at school for a year and a half. This new musical adventure is based on Barbara Park's popular book and is recommended for children from kindergarten through fifth grade. $8. Florissant Civic Center Theatre, 1 James J. Eagan Dr.
March 4: A Grr-ific Block Party
Welcome Daniel Tiger to The Magic House with a block party for kids, complete with dancing and mask-making. Free with admission, kids under age 12 get in free with adult admission and a donation of books or diapers worth at least $10. The Magic House, 516 S. Kirkwood.
March 4: First Tooth Party
Celebrate your child's first tooth at a special party, and then explore the new HealthWorks' Kids Museum. Parties are held on the first Saturday of the month and feature dental info to get your child's oral health off to a great start. 9:30–10:30 a.m. One parent and one child free with RSVP. HealthWorks' Kids Museum, 1100 Macklind.
March 4: Dino Mysteries
Explore the mysteries of dinosaurs at the Saint Louis Science Center. Learn what they ate, examine real fossils, and make a cast of a real dino tooth. $7 ages 5 and up. 1–2 p.m. RSVP required; call 314-289-4424. Saint Louis Science Center, 5050 Oakland.
March 4: Build a Rain Gauge
Home Depot is offering a free workshop to teach kids how to build, paint, and personalize their own rain gauge. Participants keep their crafts, receive certificates of achievement, workshop aprons, and commemorative pins (while supplies last). Kids must be at the store to receive a kit, and they are encouraged to build the project in the store. 9 a.m.–noon. RSVP on Home Depot's website. All St. Louis locations.