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Free, low-cost programs available during Spring Break in Louisville for students

Mayor Greg Fischer and the Louisville Free Public Library announced a variety of options for families wanting to keep their kids engaged while they're not at school.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — As Spring Break approaches, there are several opportunities for kids in Louisville who are looking for engagement and education.

On Friday, Mayor Greg Fischer talked about organizations offering free and low-cost programs and events this April.

“Providing experiences that stimulate their brains and keeps them occupied is important, and we hope parents take advantage of the many options available during the break," the mayor said.

Programs this year include sports camps, archaeological tours, hiking opportunities, movie screenings and more.

Here's a list of organizations offering events for Spring Break. Some programs may require advance registration. 

Click the links below to learn more about each program.

Louisville Spring Break Opportunities

The Louisville Free Public Library will also be hosting events for students throughout the week. According to the LFPL spokesperson Paul Burns, there will be musical story times, open hours in their Maker Labs and poetry workshops. For a full list of activities click here.

Spring Break for Jefferson County Public Schools is April 4-8.


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