What's there to do during Spring Break? A lot... - WDRB 41 Louisville News

What's there to do during Spring Break? A lot...

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(Photo Courtesy: Kentucky Science Center) (Photo Courtesy: Kentucky Science Center)

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Spring Break is almost upon us -- and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer wants to remind everyone about the many activities and programs available to keep kids active and engaged during their time off.

Here are some examples:

Louisville Parks & Recreation: You can find the Metro Parks and Recreation Guide HERE.  There are printed versions of the Spring Break guides at every community center too.

Louisville Free Public Library: Our Libraries are open, and have a multitude of programs this week, including Story Time, classes and clubs. CLICK HERE for more info on events.

JCPS "Literacy &" camps: Offering Spring Break Camps they call "Literacy &" -- that connect literacy to character-building. So there is Literacy & Robotics at Rangeland Elementary School; or Literacy & Yoga at Byck Elementary; or Literacy & Culinary at St. Vincent de Paul, etc. These are free, and you can get more information by calling Chrystal Hawkins at 485-3639.

The Office for Safe and Healthy Neighborhoods: The office is sponsoring a Youth Idea Challenge, and is organizing tables at Waterfront Park from 5-8 p.m. on April 2nd, 3rd and 9th where kids can kids sign up for jobs, gather information about programs and find out how to get engaged with Office for Safe and Healthy Neighborhoods.

The Louisville Zoo: The Louisville Zoo is always a great place to visit. For more info, CLICK HERE.

The Kentucky Science Center: The science center is holding Spring Break camps. For more info, CLICK HERE.

The YMCA: The YMCA is also hosting Spring Break camps. CLICK HERE for more info.

Bricks & Minifigs: The Middletown store is hosting a robotics camp for students. For $150, students will learn to program model robots that will "act and react to the world around them." Camp is April 4-8, 11 am. to 2 p.m. For more information, call (502) 709-4202.

Pinot's Palette: Pinot's Palette is offering painting classes for kids on Spring Break. CLICK HERE for more info.

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