Would you like to keep your kids busy on Parent/Teacher Conference Monday and Election Day Tuesday? Some kids like to just take it easy when they’re out of school. Some kids like to stay active. Perhaps you’re a working parent and need an organized activity for your kids’ day off. There are a few options for you. I’ve highlighted three places where your kids can occupy their time that scream kid-friendly, exercise worthy, and educationally packed.
Head over to KaZoing! Party and Play  for the especially fun open play and day camps. The open play is from 10am-2pm and is $7 per child. At KaZoing!, it’s all about the jumping and playing so there will be plenty of that! There will also be a fun craft for kids to make and free star face painting if your kids don their red, white, and blue! The schedule for the day camps is: Full Day, 9am-5pm, Half Day AM, 9am-1pm, Half Day PM, 1pm-5pm. You can call KaZoing! Directly or click here  to register your kids online for these fun organized activities. For more information you can call 502- 412-1500.
Zip into All About Kids  for their school’s out and day camp options. All About Kids has two locations now, the Blankenbaker site  and one in Oldham County . The school’s out day camps are designed for kids 4 and up and will include swimming, open gym, TaeKwonDo, dance, gymnastics and cheer. Both locations will host a camp on Tuesday, November 6; only the Louisville location will have one on Monday, November 5. There are full day ($45) and half day ($30) options. Call to check on registering and other options: 502-809-1FUN or
If you want a more low-key, educational activity for your kids, check out the Kentucky Science Center’s School’s Out Science Camps.  They have four fun themes planned for November 5 and 6 including “Rumble in the Jungle” for grades Pre-K-K, “Fall Foliage” for grades K-1, “Cool Chemistry” for grades 2-3, and “We’re Not in Kansas Anymore,” a weather program geared for grades 4-6. They also offer half and full day camps and prices are $20-$45 depending on if you have a membership. Click here for times and to register  for these camps. You can also call the Science Center for more information at 502-561-6100, ext. 6111.
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