Louisville Parks & Recreation

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Snow in LouisvilleKY’s forecast? Here’s where we can sled IF that happens

Story and photo from Louisville’s Parks and Recreation webpage Louisville, KY., – For thousands of local children – and quite a few adults, too – sledding is a highlight of the winter season. Louisville Parks and Recreation wants to remind the public it will open hills in seven parks for sledding from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. on days when snow accumulation reaches 2-3 inches. Louisville Parks and Recreation has selected its best and safest sledding hills in the area.As long as the sledding hills maintain adequate snow coverage, they will remain open. Park users are asked to avoid sledding…


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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…