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    As of right now, I am currently a SAHM, which means for my family that I don’t have to find after school care for my elementary school-age daughter. There was a time when both my husband and I worked fulltime, and our daughter had to have quality care with adults whom we could trust. How do you go about finding that care? For us, our JCPS school offered an after school care option that was highly rated and recommended and so we chose that option. At that time, it was the YMCA of Louisville’s Childcare Enrichment Program. The following is a list I have researched of the many offerings around the Louisville area for you to check out for yourself if you are in need of care for your children. Hopefully you can use this list to help you contact places, make appointments to visit them and observe their programs, and make an informed decision based on your family’s personalities and needs.

    YMCA Childcare Enrichment Program

    Contact: (502) 637-1575

    Hwang’s Martial Arts

    Contact: (502) 412-7755

    Puzzles Academy Childcare Center

    Contact: (502) 261-7144

    La Petite After School Program

    Contact: 877-543-0727

    These sites offer educational enrichment for children, but not necessarily full-fledged care for many hours after school:

    Los Monitos Language Center

    Contact: 502-893-0933


    5 locations in Louisville

    Mathnasium of St. Matthews

    Contact: 502- 409-6284

    All About Kids Sports Center

    Contact: 502-809-1FUN

    Bricks 4 Kidz

    Contact: 502-724-3163

    Kids Café through Dare to Care Food Bank

    4-H Programs in Jefferson County

    Contact: (502) 569-2344

    Know of others? Let us know about them!

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    Longtime Louisvillian, I am a children's librarian at heart and have a passion for children's lit. I am most recently a stay-at-home mom who is always on the move, searching for family fun in Louisville. If it's free, it's preferable!

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