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West LouisvilleKY Outdoor Recreation Initiative master plan to be unveiled next week

Meeting to be held at Whitney Young Elementary on May 31st   Louisville, KY., – A master plan detailing future outdoor recreation opportunities in west Louisville will be unveiled during a public meeting at Whitney M. Young Elementary School on Tuesday, May 31 from 6:30–8:30 p.m. “The master plan for the West Louisville Outdoor Recreation Initiative is the result of a lot of hard work and thought about how to make nature-based programming and environmental education more accessible to families in those neighborhoods,” said Director of Metro Parks and Recreation Seve Ghose. “We’re hoping for abundant feedback on the plan…

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Lots of Louisville Ky activities to keep kids busy next week

Louisville, KY., – From basketball skills challenges to baking classes, Louisville youth and parents have plenty of options to stay engaged and active during Spring Break. Spring Break in Louisville is April 4-8. Young people will be able to learn new skills, enjoy the great outdoors, make skateboards into art at a library, and much more. The many options are brought to you through Louisville Metro agencies and other organizations. Here are some examples: Metro Parks & Recreation will have several programs for outdoor and indoor fun. The options range from the Eco Extreme camp at Jefferson Memorial Park to…