a flipping good time | It’s not too late to catch the sea lions in “spring training” at the Saint Louis Zoo. Now through March 31, you can watch trainers working with the intelligent pinnipeds on high jumps, flipper walks, high dives and other acrobatic and athletic behaviors. The training shows are daily at 1 and 3 p.m. and cost $2 per person age 2 and up. Regular spring sea lion shows start April 5.

Lace up your walking shoes and join the Landmarks Association of St. Louis for an invigorating walk and the chance to learn about the fascinating history and personalities that helped shape the STL. Tours run on Saturdays from April 6 to Oct. 26. Purchase tickets at landmarkstours-stl.org.

St. Louis County Library is working to increase digital equity in the region. It is now offering bookable wi-fi hotspots, which can be checked out for 21 days and reserved up to a year in advance. Additionally, starting this summer, TechSTL will host free Digital Proficiency Pro certifications through its new TechLAUNCH program, which aims to equip 10,000 underserved St. Louisans with digital literacy training over the next three years.

Don’t miss Red Cross Giving Day on March 27! Visit redcross.org to make a financial donation, give blood or platelets, become a volunteer or take a lifesaving skills course. The initiative hopes to rally 30,000 supporters nationwide to help provide shelter, food, relief items, emotional support and other assistance for people affected by disasters big and small.

Through April 15, you can check out the U. City Student Art Extravaganza at the University City Public Library. The exhibit features artwork created by students in the University City School District.
Pictured: Detail of artwork by Derriana Murphy, 11th Grade, University City High School