Search Results
Christian Science Churches
750 S Mason Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63141
The Christian Science Society was found in 1958 in Town and Country. In 1966, The First Church of Christ, Scientist wasMore formed. Today, Christian Science Churches offers child care, youth programs, Sunday school and reading resources to its members, in addition to worship services.
Executive Expression
1120 Westmoor Pl, Saint Louis, MO 63131
Executive Expression provides business-to-business communication services. It helps with crisis, internal and scienceMore communication and more, basing its advice on formal and informal research. Executive Expression works with the education, life sciences, health care, nonprofit and pharmaceutical industries.
The Principia
13201 Clayton Rd, Saint Louis, MO 63131

Principia offers a preschool through high school education to Christian Science students at its town and countryMore location. The campus includes approximately 360 acres of beautifully manicured land. The school's head principal is Marilyn Wallace. Principia College, with about 500 students, is located across the Mississippi River in Elsah, Illinois.



283 Lamp and Lantern Vlg, Town and Country, MO 63017

A one-of-a-kind, science-based activity center in Town and Country's Lamp and Lantern Village.

Kids of allMore ages can spend hours exploring and learning at Myseum 

Jeff and Jana Deutch of Ellisville are the owners.

As kids make their way through Myseum, they'll find an enormous UFO in which they can get lost in its maze and explore the inside of the 40-foot wide contraption. They can also explore the seaweed swamp, consisting of 3,000 side-by-side pool noodles that create a maze of a different kind.

The center also offers a blow-up sports arena, built for SpaceX, where kids can bounce their way through any activity whether it's a sport or not.

Deutch said he's used the knowledge he's gained from working with the Children's Museum and from the science listserv center, which links together informal science professionals from around the world, to develop the center.

Kids can play with their interactive shadow, vertical wind tables, building blocks, and much more.

A radar monitored slide shows kids how fast they came down, while a number of stations teach kids about magnetism and offer the chance to build using magnetic fields.

A "Dino Dig" area is also in house, which allows kids to act like paleontologists in a mock dig site. They can dig for dinosaur bones, find an entire dinosaur and even hear dino noises as they work. 

A zoo vet clinic offers kids an opportunity to dress up in lab coats and use medical equipment to examine animals, including a giant ape! Don't worry, they're not real.

There is also a toddler play area with a blow up play center and rooms available to be rented for parties.

General admission is $10.95 for kids, $5.95 for adults and children one and under are free.

872 Sugar Hill Dr, Manchester, MO 63021
HealthNet provides nutritional counseling to adults and children struggling with obesity, providing them withMore nutritional supplements and meal-replacement products to help them lose weight and clear up related health problems. The employees of HealthNet do not diagnose nutritional ailments, but rather offer those looking to change their diets a range of products and help them determine the best nutritional regimen for their specific needs. HealthNet also can help set up monthly delivery plans at wholesale prices. HealthNet is an associate company of Usana Health Sciences, a Salt Lake City-based nutrition and wellness company that provides supplements, energy and personal care products. The service provided is free, and payment is received via commission from Usana.