Fall into Fun: Jack O’ Lantern Craft
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To celebrate fall, we present our Fall into Fun blog series featuring fun crafts and activities for all ages and abilities! Check back each Saturday between now and Thanksgiving for a new, free activity you and your family can do at home. Click here for last week’s activity – Leaf Watercolor Art!

As we get closer to Halloween, it’s the perfect time to make your own Jack O’ Lantern. This week’s cut-out Jack O’ Lantern craft brings all of the fun minus the mess. Plus, your pumpkin will never rot, and you can save it for next year!

There are a few ways to make this craft. You...

Fri, 10/16/2020 - 11:58
Register Now for Variety Theatre’s Light the Lights
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On November 16 – 19, 2020, Variety Theatre will shine a little light during these dark days of the COVID-19 pandemic with our new virtual production, Light the Lights! The free, one-hour musical will air at 7 p.m. each night and will feature St. Louis-area kids and teens of all abilities along with the region’s finest professional actors, dancers and singers.

We hope you’ll register now and tune in for what is sure to be a memorable show. You can expect to see a variety of performances, backstage interviews and, of course, those magical Variety Theatre moments. And all funds raised...

Fri, 10/16/2020 - 10:12
Andrew Uses his Voice to Vote
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Variety Teen Andrew, Adventure Camp intern, always seems to have an opinion. Although he is non-verbal, he isn’t afraid to use his communication device to speak his mind.

“Andrew loves being part of any conversation,” says his mom, Ann. “He has always paid attention to what is going on in the world and getting the details right so that he is able to participate. The Variety (Adventure Camp) counselors will be the first to tell you that Andrew has an opinion about everything, especially sports!”

This year, Andrew is very excited to express these famous opinions and to make...

Tue, 10/13/2020 - 09:13
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