Louisville Magazine

MAR 2014

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4 0 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 3.14 www.stfrancisschool.org www.louisvillenaturecenter.org www.jcclouisvillecamp.org www.ypas.org www.stjamesbluejays.com Dates: June 2-6, 23-27, July 14-18, Aug. 4-8, 9 a.m.-noon Ages: 4-5 Cost: $115-$130 ZOOper Kids: Classifcation What: What makes a lizard a reptile? Do all birds hatch from eggs? Children will investigate how animals are grouped together by comparing similar and diferent traits. Dates: June 9-13, June 30-July 3, July 21-25, 9 a.m.-noon Ages: 4-5 Cost: $115-$130 ZOOper Kids: The Five Senses What: How does a snake "hear"? Why do cats have whiskers? Children will be introduced to the fve senses and how animals need these senses to survive in the world. Dates: June 16-20, July 7-11, July 28-Aug. 1, 9 a.m.-noon Ages: 4-5 Cost: $115-$130 ZOOper Kids: Worms for Dinner What: Children will meet a few creatures that depend on creepy crawlies for food. Includes a guided Zoo walk, "hands-on" activities and closely supervised contact with education program animals. Dates: April 10 & 12, 1-2:30 p.m. Ages: 3-4 Cost: $25-$40 The Parklands of Floyds Fork Beckley Creek Park Kim Allgeier, 584-0350 outdoorclassroom@21cparks.org, theparklands.org Art in the Park What: Explore the wonders of nature through the eyes of an artist by making sun prints and shadow portraits, water paintings and sprouting paper. Dates: July 7-11 Ages: Grades PreK-3 Cost: $185-$210 Bug Out! What: Investigate the world on insects, discover bugs in their environment and learn how bugs are benefcial. Guest scientist, Blake Newton, gets campers up close with creepy crawlies. Dates: June 23-27 Ages: PreK-3 Cost: $185-$210 Camp Creek What: Wade into the adventures of stream ecology with fsh seining, mussel digging, crustacean capturing and fossil fnding. Daily canoe foats on Floyds Fork add to the fun. Dates: July 7-11 Ages: Grades 4-6 Cost: $185-$210 Dirty Ha atering Cans What: Explore plants through soil testing, composting and vegetable gardening. Campers cultivate a learning garden and Chef Nancy Russman hosts a "farm to fork" cooking class. Dates: June 16-20 Ages: Grades PreK-3 Cost: $185-$210 Muckology What: The science of mud, sludge and animal slime! Campers will hike to fnd decomposers & scat. Raptor Rehab demonstrates some of nature's flthy habits. Dates: March 31-April 4 Ages: Grades PreK-3 Cost: $185-$210 Up, u way! What: Design, build and launch rockets! Construct gliders, kites and hovercrafts to discover the importance of air current and how wings work. A sky lantern release culminates the week. Dates: July 21-25 Ages: Grades 4-6 Cost: $185-$210 Special Advertising Section 30-41 CAMP.indd 40 2/20/14 4:23 PM

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