Louisville Magazine

MAR 2017

Louisville Magazine is Louisville's city magazine, covering Louisville people, lifestyles, politics, sports, restaurants, entertainment and homes. Includes a monthly calendar of events.

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94 LOUISVILLE MAGAZINE 3.17 Summer Stretch program i ering more than 80 camps this summer! Campers can choose from camps covering academics, enrichment, sports and the arts — all in a caring and nurturing environment that promotes healthy minds and bodies. Dates: All summer beginning June 5th Ages: 4-18 Cost: Varies. Kentucky Humane Society East Campus, 1000 Lyndon Lane Shelby Schulz, 272-1062 kyhumane.org/camp Lifelong Friends Camp What: Campers are immersed in animal care via hands-on activities with shelter pets, demonstrations, games, crafts, skits and more — learning compassion while having fun. Dates: Eight one-week sessions starting June 12 Ages: 6-11 Cost: $200 Kentucky Science Center 727 West Main Street Kasey Brown, 560-7156 KYScienceCenter.org School's Out Science Camp Dates: June 12-16, June 26-30, July 10-14 Ages: 9-12 Cost: $195 Kentucky Association for Academic Competition Bellarmine University 2001 Newburg Road John Bennett, 223-0088 kaac.com Governor's Cup Academic Camps What: To enhance student success both in the classroom and in academic competitions like Governor's Cup, KAA ers academic camps for both middle grades and high school students. Dates: High school: June 13-16; middle school: June 20-23 Ages: 12-19 Cost: $385 Kentucky Country Day School 4100 Springdale Road Arron Davis, 523-3433 arron.davis@kcd.org kcd.org Summer Stretch What: Kentucky Country Day School's What: Want a fun, hands-on experience for your kids? School's Out Science Cam er exciting educational experiences for children in grades Pre K-10! Join us for unique topics designed to inform, engage and entertain! Dates: Week-long experiences from the end of May through early August, with occasional pay-by-day camps in accordance with holidays and school calendars. Ages: Pre K -10 Cost: $195-300 KMAC Museum 715 West Main Street 589-0102 education@kmacmuseum.org KMACmuseum.org KMAC Art Camps What: Campers explore new techniques and materials while creating art projects to take home. Camps include: clay and sculpture, imagination art, outdoor studio and more. Dates: One-week sessions throughout June & July, divided by age group Ages: 5-14 Cost: $220 full week, $110 half day, plus 10% discount for KMAC Members.

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