Are you sticking around the L.A. (Louisville Area) for your family’s spring break? Print this and use it as a checklist for being tourists in your own town.
Staying home for Spring Break? We've got you covered. Check out these fun and affordable things to do in Louisville for your 2014 staycation!
Hitting LEGO KidsFest this Saturday or Sunday? Here's what to know before you go...
LEGO fans rejoice! LEGO KidsFest comes to KY Expo Center April 5-7.
If you are staying home next week for spring break and are cleaning out your kids’ rooms, think about donating those old stuffies to a good cause.
The weather outside may still be frightful, but there are still signs of spring to see at Bernheim Forest, Salato Wildlife Education Center in Frankfort, and Louisville Nature Center.
If you’re planning on being in the Louisville Area during your child’s spring break, you may be interested in a variety of spring break camps or touring the city yourself during April 1-5.
Whoa. Spring Break is upon us in two weeks! JCC has a great camp planned with lots of swimming, crafts, field trips, and activities for 20 mo-5th grade.
Spring Break is coming! Wondering what to do with your kids? Do not panic, we have all of the info on Spring Break Camps.
Make art in the city at the drop-in Spring Break Camps offered at the Kentucky Museum of Arts and Craft or the Speed Museum. Support your budding artists and our blossoming city.
Ideas if you've heard this statement over Spring Break with the kids.
A second listing of yet more things for kids to do on Spring Break...it's only a week away!
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