Messy Play Day is Oct. 12

mesmessThe Endangered Wolf Center’s first ever Messy Play Day was such a hit that another has been scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014.

The first Messy Play Day, on Sunday, June 29, gave children ranging from the newly walking to age 5 a chance to play with mud, dirt, sand, water and paint, among other things.

More than 80 kids participated, with more than 100 parents watching over them.

The next Messy Play Day — Sunday Oct. 12, 2014 — also will be for toddlers through age 5.

The cost for Messy Play Day is $8 per child. Parents are free.

Messy Play Day will start at 9 a.m. Sunday and last until 1 p.m. Participants don’t have to arrive at the start or stay until it closes. Whatever length of time suits a child’s needs is perfect!

Special mini-tours of the Endangered Wolf Center animal enclosures will be available for an additional $10 per person that day only. There is no charge for a mini-tour for children enrolled in Messy Play.

Parents can call 636-938-5900 to reserve a spot for the October Messy Play Day.

Walk-ups will be accepted based on availability.

Parents should dress their kids in clothes that can get filthy dirty.

 

The first Messy Play Day started at 9 a.m. Sunday and ran through 1 p.m. Participants didn’t have to arrive at the start or stay until it closed. Whatever length of time suits a child’s needs is perfect!

Special mini-tours of the Endangered Wolf Center animal enclosures were available for an additional $10 per person that day only. There was no charge for a mini-tour for children enrolled in Messy Play.

Parents already can call 636-938-5900 to reserve a spot for the October Messy Play Day.

Walk-ups will be accepted based on availability.