Louisville Community Centers Offer Spring Break Camps for Kids

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) – Louisville Parks and Recreation is offering spring break camps April 4-8 in hopes of giving kids an adventurous and active spring break.

The camps will be held at three Louisville community centers offering arts and crafts, outdoor activities and the opportunity to meet new friends and learn new skills, according to the release.

“Attending one of Louisville Parks and Recreation’s camps is a great opportunity for kids to keep their minds and bodies active during the break,” said Mayor Greg Fischer.

Community centers offering spring break camps are located at:

  • Arts Everywhere Camp: Beechmont Community Centre: 205 Wellington Avenue West
  • Nature camp: Berrytown Adapted and Inclusive Recreation Centre: 1300 Heafer Road
  • Sports Camp: Southwick Community Centre: 3621 South Avenue

“Learning and socialization play a vital role in the lives of young people,” said acting director Margaret Brosko. “We look forward to welcoming young people to our community centers during the break for a fun week. »

Spaces are limited, so be sure to register before March 25. For more information on each camp and to register, Click here.

All recommended COVID-19 guidelines implemented by Louisville Metro Public Health and Wellness will be followed to ensure the health and safety of all campers and staff.

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