Ideas to keep LouisvilleKY Kids’ Minds Active During Holiday Break

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LOUISVILLE, KY (November 29, 2016) – Attention parents! Are you a last-minute shopper? Do you enjoy cooking during the holidays? Do you need to keep things afloat at work? Do you need to clean and prepare your home for out-of-town guests? Maybe you just want to unwind and soak in the joy of the season.
No matter what the reason, the Annual Winter Camp at The J provides an opportunity to keep kids’ minds and bodies active while on school break, and it gives parents time to get things accomplished during a typically hectic time of year.
The J, 3600 Dutchman’s Lane, will host two weeks of Winter Camp for children age 2 through 5th grade from December 19-30, 9am-4pm each day. Weekly and daily rates are available, as are extended “Get Up Gang” and “Stay N’ Play” rates.
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This year’s theme is “Road Trip: Maine to Florida,” and campers will participate in arts and crafts, sports, games and cultural activities led by artist-in-residence Super Cooper. Campers, K-5th grade, will swim on all non-field trip days, and will need to bring a swimsuit and towel. All campers will need to bring a lunch each day, snacks will be provided. The J’s Annual Winter Camp provides a supportive environment for children to grow and have new experiences.
“Each day, we will explore different states along the Eastern coast and ensure that the learning activities are age-appropriate and engaging for all campers,” says camp director Betsy Schwartz.
For information on the fees or to register, visit www.jewishlouisville.org/wintercamp or call (502) 459-0660.
About The J:
Founded in 1890 as the Jewish Community Center, The J is a human service agency committed to enhancing the quality of family life and promoting the physical, intellectual and spiritual wellness of the individual. It provides health-related activities, cultural and educational programs that serve the community at large, including populations at risk. Membership and services are offered to the Jewish and general community. Through its wide array of programs, The J pursues its mission of strengthening the individual, family and community. The J is part of the Jewish Community of Louisville. For more information, please visit www.jewishlouisville.org.

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