As we spring forward to warmer and sunnier days, now is a great time to start planning for more fun and engaging activities! The Spring and Summer 2021 Leisure Times is now available and registration is open.

The St. Louis Arc’s Leisure department is offering numerous programs designed to promote socialization, meet new friends, learn new skills, enjoy yourself, and have fun. While the number of people getting vaccinated is increasing, we are still offering many programs virtually for the time being. In evaluating the proper path forward, the Leisure department continues to follow the guidance of the CDC, National Parks and Recreation Association, and the American Camping Association.

Highlights for Spring and Summer


Get your dancing shoes ready and join us for virtual dancing with a live DJ spinning current hits, old favorites, and your requests. Virtually connect with friends and meet new people from the safety of your own home. For more information,contact Clinton Hall at 314-817-2293.

Plug In

An ESports Gaming League for all abilities. Rocket League will be the summer game for 2021. You will compete against another player each week and have hours of entertainment. All are welcome to play in the league, including your family and friends! To participate, you will need a PlayStation 4, Xbox1, or Nintendo Switch, and the ability to connect to the internet. You will have a chance to participate in a tournament, with the 1st place team winning a $60 gift card. For more information contact Dan Correll at 314-817-2227.

Sign Up Today

Hurry as spaces are limited. Registration is due by Friday April 16, 2021. View the 2021 Spring and Summer Leisure Times or download a PDF version for a complete schedule of activities or visit the online registration page.

Summer Program Registration

Each summer the St. Louis Arc provides three summer employment neighborhood-projectsprojects, Teens in Motion (13-15 years old), Neighborhood Experiences (16-20 years old) and NE in the City (16-21 years old living in the city).  These eight-week projects support young adults as they gain employment and independent living skills, build friendships, and explore opportunities in the community. Register today for Teens in Motion, Neighborhood Experiences, or NE in the City as spots fill quickly.