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    This Advertising Section originally appeared in the March 2020 issue. All addresses are in Louisville and all area codes are 502 unless otherwise stated.

     

    CAMP INVENTION
    invent.org/save
    Our Savior Lutheran School, 8307 Nottingham Pkwy.
    Chancey Elementary School, 4301 Murphy Lane
    (800) 968-4332
    campinvention@invent.org

    Camp Invention
    What: Imaginations will soar in the all-new Camp Invention® program, Elevate! Campers will collaborate in hands-on STEM activities exploring concepts of flight, Earth’s ecosystems and sports innovations!
    Dates: Chancey: June 8-12; Our Savior Lutheran: June 15-19
    Ages: Chancey: grades 1-6; Our Savior Lutheran: grades K-6
    Cost: $235

     

    CAMP LOUCON
    loucon.org
    8044 Anneta Road, Leitchfield, KY
    Warren, (270) 242-7160

    Loucon Summer Camps
    What:
    At Loucon, your child will make new friends, be supported by caring adults, encounter God’s love, grow and have fun!
    Dates: Multiple camps occur each week. Our summer camping season begins June 7 and ends July 31.
    Ages: Rising 2nd-12th graders
    Cost: Varies per camp, $80 to $385 per session

     

    DERBY DINNER PLAYHOUSE PERFORMING ARTS ACADEMY
    derbydinner.com/classes
    Derby Dinner Playhouse
    525 Marriott Drive, Clarksville, Ind.

    Summer Musical Theatre Camp
    What:
    A week-long performing arts camp exploring music, theatre and dance. Taught by DDP professionals, this camp culminates in a final sharing on the Playhouse stage.
    Dates: ONE WEEK SESSIONS: June 8-12; July 6-11; July 13-18; July 20-25; July 27-August 1, 2020
    Ages: 7-17
    Cost: $175

     

    FRAZIER HISTORY MUSEUM
    fraziermuseum.org/camps
    829 W. Main St.
    Mick Sullivan, 753-5660

    Summer Camps at the Frazier Museum
    What:
    Join us for a fun-filled summer so packed with making, playing, exploring, laughing and meeting amazing guest presenters that you won’t even realize you’re learning!
    Dates: eight weeks between June 1 and July 27
    Ages: Rising grades 1-7
    Cost: Weekly rate: $185/members, $210/non-members

     

    THE GARDNER SCHOOL
    thegardnerschool.com/schools/louisville
    9401 Mill Brook Road
    412-3088

    Camp Gardner
    What: Camp Gardner offers a fun and flexible summer camp including classes, imaginative and active play, outdoor games, fun weekly themes and more. Full-time and part-time schedules are available.
    Dates: June-August
    Ages: 6 weeks-6 years old
    Cost: Varies by age

     

    JEFFERSON MEMORIAL FOREST
    memorialforest.com
    Horine Reservation, Jefferson Memorial Forest
    Jessica Kane, 368-6856
    jessica.kane@louisvilleky.gov

    Summer Camps
    What: A unique day camp experience combining summer fun with nature-based science education activities. Campers will have a variety of adventures when they explore
    the Forest and the creatures that inhabit it.
    Date: Weekly June 15-19, 22-26, July 6-10, 13-17, 20-24, 27-31, and August 3-7
    Ages: 7-15
    Cost: $150-$200/week

     

    THE JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
    jcclouisvillecamp.org
    3600 Dutchmans Lane
    238-2718
    campj@jewishlouisville.org

    CAMP J
    What: Camp J offers traditional camp with a variety of activities to suit all campers! Plus, there are 31 specialty camps for children with specific interests!
    Dates: June 8-August 7
    Ages: Kindergarten through 10th grade
    Cost: Weekly Rate:
    K-3rd: $275 Public, $230 J Members
    4th-9th: $285 Public, $255 J Members
    Specialty Camp Tier A: $290 Public, $250 J Members
    Specialty Camp Tier B: $335 Public, $285 J Members
    Specialty Camp Tier C: $390 Public, $350 J Members
    Specialty Camp Tier D: $530 Public, $475 J Members
    Get Up Gang | 7:30 a.m.-9 a.m. | Weekly Rate: $50 Public, $40 J Members
    Stay and Play | 4 p.m.-6 p.m. | Weekly Rate: $80 Public, $65 J Members

     

    JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF KENTUCKIANA​
    jaky.org/programs/summer-camp
    1401 West Muhammad Ali Blvd.
    Anna Sawyer, 569-9205

    JA BizTown Camp
    What: Unleash your child’s inner entrepreneur! JA BizTown camp gives kids the opportunity to experience what it’s like to run a business.
    Dates: Week-long sessions: June 22-26 and July 6-10
    Ages: 9-12
    Cost: Week-long sessions $225/week

     

    KENTUCKY COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL
    kcd.org/summer
    4100 Springdale Road
    Arron Davis, 814-4329,
    arron.davis@kcd.org

    KCD Summer Stretch
    What:
    KCD’s Summer Stretch offers dozens of camps for all ages and interests. Campers can choose between academic and enrichment opportunities, sports, and the arts in a caring and nurturing environment that promotes healthy minds and bodies.
    Dates: June-August. See online catalog for dates for specific camps.
    Ages: Camps for all ages, from preschool to high school
    Cost: Varies by camp. See our online catalog for details.

     

    KENTUCKY HUMANE SOCIETY
    kyhumane.org/camp
    1000 Lyndon Lane
    Carrie Burns, 515-3134

    Lifelong Friends Camp
    What: Children love the Kentucky Humane Society’s animal-focused summer camps! They learn to be responsible pet guardians while making new friends, two-legged and four-legged.
    Dates: One-week sessions beginning June 15 through August 7
    Ages: 6-11
    Cost: $215 (extended care available)

     

    KENTUCKY SCIENCE CENTER
    kysciencecenter.org
    727 W. Main St.
    561-6100

    School's Out Science Camps
    What: Launch a lifetime of S.T.E.A.M. learning while having a blast. Themes like LEGO robotics, animation, wizardry and roller coasters make science accessible with hands-on activities.
    Dates: June 1-August 7
    Ages: 4-14
    Cost: $250-$280/week

     

    LOUISVILLE CLASSICAL ACADEMY
    louisvilleclassicalacademy.org/dramacamp
    2005 Douglass Boulevard
    Carolan Brown, 228-7787

    Missoula Children’s Theater Performing Arts Camp
    What:
    Join Louisville Classical Academy Missoula Children’s Theatre camp for a week of theater fun! Camp is open to students entering grades 1-12.
    Dates: Monday, June 8-Friday, June 12; 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. each day, with performances at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Friday, June 12.
    Ages: Open to students entering grades 1-12
    Cost: $250

     

    LOUISVILLE COLLEGIATE SCHOOL
    louisvillecollegiate.org/summer-programs
    2427 Glenmary Ave.
    Lauren Richter, 479-0358
    lrichter@louisvillecollegiate.org

    Summer Programs
    What:
    Collegiate Summer Programs offer children the opportunity to explore their academic, artistic and athletic interests. Six weeks of Summer Programs are available and include half-day and full-day camps. From learning the basics of phonics to exploring Cherokee Park, Collegiate has something for everyone!
    Dates: Six Weeks: June 1-July 2, Academic Gear-Up: August 3-7
    Ages: 4-18
    Cost: $165 per session

     

    LOUISVILLE ZOO
    louisvillezoo.org/camps
    1100 Trevilian Way
    238-5358

    Spring Break Camps
    What:
    Exciting spring and summer vacation camps for all grade levels with hands-on adventures including Zoo walks, carousel ride and up-close encounters in our “living classroom.”
    Dates: Spring Break Camps (March 23-26 OR March 30-April 3)
    Ages: Pre-K through 6th grade
    Cost: Spring Break: $63 per day / Summer Break: $315 per week. Discounts for Zoo members.

     

    OLDHAM COUNTY SCHOOLS ARTS CENTER
    ocsartscenter.org
    7105 Floydsburg Road
    Crestwood, KY
    Heidi or Leslie, 241-6018

    Summer Camps 2020
    What:
    Whether your child loves musical theatre, pottery, crafting, ballet, playing classical music or jamming in a rock band – we offer the best camp experience.
    Dates: June 8-July 31; Half day camps can be combined with a morning or afternoon camp to make a full day of camp with supervised lunchtime. Early drop off and late pick up are also available. Most camps run for one week each.
    Ages: 4-18
    Cost: Over 40 half or full day camp combinations. Prices range from $125-$525 for camps. Weekly dance classes and private music/voice lessons are also available.

     

    THE PARKLANDS OF FLOYDS FORK
    theparklands.org/camps
    Beckley Creek Park,
    1411 Beckley Creek Pkwy.
    Curtis Carman, 815-0274

    Outdoor Adventure Camps
    What:
    Campers in grades K-6 spend their days learning and exploring in The Parklands of Floyds Fork. Each week is jam-packed with activities and outdoor adventure.
    Dates: Choose from nine different weeks: June 1-5, June 8-12, June 15-19, June 22-26, July 6-10, July 13-17, July 20-24, July 27-31, August 3-7
    Ages: Each week there is a session for K-3 graders and 4-6 graders
    Cost: $220/week for Parklands Members and $245/week for non-members. Save $15 if you register by May 1, 2020.

     

    SACRED HEART SCHOOLS
    shslou.org/summer-camps
    3177 Lexington Road
    Laura Grinstead, 896-6033

    Summer Camps at Sacred Heart Schools
    What:
    Camp offerings include athletics, STEM, coding, musical theater, Spanish immersion and more. From volleyball to violin lessons, we have something for everyone!
    Dates: June and July 2020
    Ages: All ages. Co-ed camps available.
    Cost: Varies by camp.

     

    ST. FRANCIS SCHOOL
    stfrancisschool.org
    11000 U.S. Hwy. 42
    Goshen, KY

    ”Camp Curious” Preschool Camps
    Renee Hennessy, Preschool Director, 694-9369
    rhennessy@stfrancisschool.org
    What: Half-day camps run Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. with weekly themes guiding new experiences. Themes include Creekside Adventures, Space Explorers, Step Inside a Story and Splashing Around Campus. Option of two, three or five day sessions each week.
    Dates: June 1-26
    Ages: 2 years old to 5 years old (children must be 2 years old by June 1st)
    Cost: $94-$235 per week

    ”Camp Curious” K-8th Camps
    Kelli Carter, Director of Summer Programs, 795-3860
    kcarter@stfrancisschool.org
    What: Full and half-day camps run Monday-Friday starting at 9 a.m. Specialty camps include Camp Invention®, Bricks 4 Kidz®, musical theater, service learning, art, STEM, academic offerings provided through our partnership with the Langsford Learning Acceleration Centers and more!
    Dates: June 1-July 30
    Ages: Entering K through rising 9th grade
    Cost: $180-$275 per week

     

    SAINT XAVIER HIGH SCHOOL
    saintx.com/campx
    Kelly Logsdon

    Camp X 2020
    What: Don’t miss out on CAMP X this summer. With 17 camp options, there’s sure to be a camp you’ll love, whatever your schedule.
    Dates: 1 day-1 week camps available June-July, specific camps vary
    Ages: Camps available for grades K-12, specific camps vary
    Cost: $50-$350, specific camps vary

     

    WALDORF SCHOOL OF LOUISVILLE
    waldorflouisville.com
    8005 New LaGrange Road
    Julia Kimbro, 327-0122
    julia.kimbro@waldorflouisville.com

    Waldorf School of Louisville Summer Camps
    What:
    Waldorf offers a variety of artistic and traditional summer camp activities in a media-free environment with ample time for play-based learning both indoors and out.
    Dates: Early Childhood and Grades Camps are offered weekly (Monday-Friday) June 3-28 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    Ages: Pre-K through Rising 9th grade
    Cost: $245 per child / per camp / per week. Camps may have additional supply fees.

     

    YMCA OF GREATER LOUISVILLE
    ymcalouisville.org
    30 locations throughout Greater Louisville area
    587-962

    YMCA Summer Camp
    What:
    An exciting summer awaits with field trips, swimming, games, crafts and more! Your child will learn, make friends and build confidence at YMCA Summer Camp.
    Dates: Sessions run from June 1 through August 7. Come for one week or the whole summer!
    Ages: 3-15
    Cost: Varies. Financial Assistance is available.

    YMCA Camp Piomingo
    ymcacamppiomingo.org
    1950 Otter Creek Park Road, Brandenburg, KY
    942-2616
    What: Through shared experiences that will last a lifetime, our amazing staff encourages every camper to learn independence, build confidence, seek adventure, and make friends in the great outdoors.
    Dates: One-week and two-week overnight camps and equestrian camps available June 7 to August 1.
    Ages: 6-16
    Cost: Varies. Financial Assistance is available.

     

    ZANIAC LEARNING
    zaniaclearning.com/hurstbourne
    1257 S. Hurstbourne Pkwy.; satellite camps at varying locations
    Dhaval Patel, 844.KID.STEM, (844) 543-7836

    Play and learn 21st century skills in science, technology, engineering, arts and math at Zaniac!
    What: Hands-on S.T.E.A.M. camps geared to excite passion and teach skills in science, technology, engineering, arts and math. Activities include game design, app creation, game-based learning through Minecraft, Lego and VEX robotics, fashion design, music creation, and more. Satellite camps include indoor and outdoor STEAM activities.
    Dates: June 1-August 7
    Ages: Kids entering K-8th grades
    Cost: Half-day weekly camp (7:30 a.m.-noon or 1 p.m.-5:30 p.m.): $249; Full day weekly camp (7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.): $399; Weekly satellite camp (9 a.m.-4 p.m.): $279

     

    This Advertising Section originally appeared in the March 2020 issue.

    Cover photo: New Africa // stock.adobe.com

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