School's almost out. Visit this complete list of Louisville 2014 summer camps.
On June 22 kids ages 5-13 can enjoy a day at Camp Hi Ho for only $25 (including Chick-fil-A and Earth Fare food)! That may be your best bargain of the summer!
The Falls of the Ohio offers summer programs for children and teens who dream of being an archaeologist or a paleontologist.
It's hard to believe, but NOW is the time to sign up for kids' summer art camps. Read for more info on offerings from Louisville Visual Art Association and a filmmaking workshop.
More than 20 programs for kids age 7-17 to choose from
Highlands day camp offered in late June for kids K-6
Disclaimer: Short of getting them all revved up and them dumping them back on their parents, I know nothing about dealing with children. But these Louisville-area camps seem like good places to stick 'em this summer.