21c Museum Hotel

www.21clouisville.com
700 W. Main St., Louisville, KY
Mondays – Sundays, open 24 hours
Guided Tour: Tuesdays (select dates) and Thursdays (at 5p.m.)
June  7, 2, July 19, August 16, 30 | 11:30a.m.
Recommended ages: 0 – 21
Explore the art of the 21st Century at 21c Museum Hotel through our newest exhibit, “Still, Life! Mourning, Meaning, Mending,” and the 21c permanent exhibits. Catch the falling letters in “Text Rain;” see what objects you can find in the swirling, silver tornado sculpture, “Wheel of Fortune;” watch the billowing rings from “Cloud Rings” float up into the sky; and lose yourself in a glowing landscape wallpaper by Virgil Marti.

 

Arts Alliance Southern Indiana

www.sointoart.org
820 E Market Street, New Albany, IN 47150
Tuesdays – Friday |  10a.m.-3p.m.
Saturdays in June and July | 11a.m. – 3p.m.
Recommended ages: 0-21
Cultural pass attendees will receive a take home art activity and a tour of the Monarch Educational Gardens. Patrons will also view the current artist showcase displayed in our AASI gallery space.  Craft corner will also be open on Saturdays.

Belle of Louisville

All Cultural Pass cruises aboard the Belle of Louisville and Mary M. Miller are sold out. We apologize for any inconvenience.
www.belleoflouisville.org
401 W. River Rd., Louisville, KY
Wednesdays | 1p.m. – 2:30p.m.
Weekends: June 11, July 24, August 7, 20, 28 | 1p.m. – 2:30p.m.
*Reservations Required*
Recommended ages: 0-21
Belle of Louisville Riverboats presents history through a variety of engaging events—entertaining and educating over 12 million passengers since 1963. Our two vessels – the Belle of Louisville & the Mary M. Miller – look forward to welcoming Cultural Pass participants aboard, with history and education in the forefront of your experience!  These 90-minute cruises on the Ohio River are certain to enhance and encourage the educational and historical standpoint of our passengers’ experience. Only applies to specific cruises for the Cultural Pass.  Reservations are required. Please visit https://belleoflouisville.org/for-kids/cultural-pass/ to reserve your tickets in advance.

 

Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest

www.bernheim.com
2075 Clermont Rd., Clermont, KY
Mondays – Sundays | 7a.m.-9p.m.
Recommended ages: 0-21
Bernheim offers opportunities for all ages and levels to engage with and connect to nature. We inspire to develop a personal lifelong relationship with nature. We have over 35 miles of hiking trails, creeks to explore, Playco nature playground for children and adults, Arts in Nature, bring your bicycles, experience the “Forest Giants” created out of recycled wood and the Spirit Nest, created by Artist, Jason Fann. Take a stroll or hike in the forest and enjoy the peace of nature.
Birdwatching
Fishing (Lake Nevin ONLY) All US Fish & Wildlife rules apply
Beautiful collections of trees and plant

 

Blackacre Conservancy

www.visitblackacre.org
3200 Tucker Station, Louisville, KY
Wednesdays | 10a.m.
Saturdays | 9:30a.m.
Sundays | 1p.m. – 4p.m.
Recommended ages: 0-21
Experience Blackacre and get your passport stamped when attending one of the activities. Story Time with Miss Prim (Wednesdays thru 7/27): Donned in 19th century garb, Miss Prim reads a children’s story and ends with music, dancing or fun activity (bring blanket for seating). Farm Animal Feeding (Saturdays): Learn how we care for our various farm animals and help feed the goats, sheep and donkeys in the pasture. Historic 1844 House Tour (Sundays): Learn about the history of a Kentucky pioneer settlement.

 

Bullitt County Public  Library

www.bcplib.org
127 Walnut St., Shepherdsville, KY
Mondays – Sundays
Recommended ages: 0 – 21
Complete the SummerQuest reading program. Visit our website to register.

 

Charlestown-Clark County Library

www.clarkco.lib.in.us
51 Clark Rd., Charlestown, IN
Mondays – Sundays
Recommended ages: 0 – 21
Complete the Trails and Tales Summer Reading Club. Visit our website to register.

 

Carnegie Center for Art and History, Inc.

www.carnegiecenter.org
201 E. Spring St., New Albany, IN
Mondays – Saturdays | 10a.m. – 5p.m.
Art exhibit on view through July 16th: Form Not Function: Quilt Art at the Carnegie; Recommended ages: 5 and up
Art exhibit on view starting August 4th: Ate x 10: A Group Exhibition About FoodRecommended ages: 5 and up
History exhibits on view all the time: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Courage: Men & Women of the Underground Railroad, and Remembered: The Life of Lucy Higgs Nichols; Recommended ages: 3rd grade and up
PLUS! Free take-home art kit for Cultural Pass holders: Meet some of the rainforest’s unique feathered friends and create one of your very own with our Birds-of-Paradise kit! Learn about these birds’ habitat and diet before taking nature into your own hands and creating a felt bird-of-paradise of your own!

Cultural Pass acknowledges that this venue has exhibitions addressing a difficult topic that includes the history of enslaved individuals. In determining if your family would like to engage with this Cultural Pass experience, we encourage you to reach out to the venue directly to learn more about their content and programming.

 

Commonwealth Theatre Center, Inc.

www.commonwealththeatre.org
1123 Payne St., Louisville, KY
Fridays, June 24, July 8, July 29 | 10a.m.
Fridays,  July 15, August 5 | 2p.m.
Recommended ages: 0 – 21
Join us for the play Law & Order: Fairy Tale Unit by Jonathan Rand. In the fairy tale criminal justice system, the characters from fairy tales and nursery rhymes are represented by two separate yet equally ridiculous groups: the fairy tale police who investigate fairy tale crime, and the fairy tale district attorneys who prosecute the fairy tale offenders. These are their stories.

Reservations are required. Visit the Commonwealth Theatre Center website to reserve your tickets.

 

Corydon Capitol State Historic Site

www.indianamusuem.org
202 E. Walnut St., Corydon, IN
Wednesdays – Sundays
Tour times: 10a.m. , 12p.m., 2p.m., 4p.m.
Recommended ages: 8 – 21
During the Corydon Capitol State Historic Site tour, guests will learn about the beginning of Indiana from territory days to the early years of statehood. The tour consists of the Capitol building, Governor’s Headquarters, and Porter-Coburn Law Office. This tour is a walking tour to the locations and has stairs to access the second floor of the Capitol.

 

Culbertson Mansion State Historic Site

www.indianamusuem.org
914 E. Main St., New Albany, IN
Wednesdays – Fridays | 11a.m., 1p.m., 3p.m.
Sundays | 10a.m., 11a.m.
Recommended ages: 8 – 21
See the Victorian grandeur of the home that once belonged to businessman and philanthropist William Culbertson, and learn about 19th century life in New Albany. The three-story, Second Empire mansion contains 25 rooms spread out over multiple floors. There are many stairs throughout the house, but the views are worth the climb! This guided tour lasts approximately 45 minutes and is recommended for elementary age and up.

 

Farmington Historic Plantation

www.farmingtonhistoricplantation.org
3303 Bardstown Rd., Louisville, KY
Wednesdays | 10a.m. – 2p.m.
Saturday (June 25, July 23, August 10) | 11a.m. – 1p.m.
Recommended ages: 6 – 21
Join us at Farmington for a wide-ranging exploration of Kentucky agricultural hemp history. Delve into the varied lives of everyone who lived here, from the Speed family, to Diana & Morocco, two of the 70 enslaved individuals whose work made plantation life possible. Learn about Abraham Lincoln’s connection to the Speeds and his time among Farmington’s residents early in his career. The Cultural Pass experience includes a parent-led tour of the main house, an archaeologist-led investigation of artifacts with the Kentucky Archeological Survey, and a planting activity with the Jefferson County Master Gardeners.

Cultural Pass acknowledges that this program addresses a difficult topic that includes the history of enslaved individuals. In determining if your family would like to engage with a particular Cultural Pass experience, we encourage you to reach out to the venue directly to learn more about their content and programming.

 

Flamenco Louisville

www.flamencolouisville.org
Saturday (June 11) | 10a.m. – 11a.m. – South Central Regional Library
Saturday (July 16) | 2p.m. – 3p.m. – Northeast Regional Library
Sunday (July 17) | 2p.m. – 3p.m. – Main Branch Downtown Library
Saturday (August 13) | 10a.m. – 11a.m. – Southwest Regional Library
Recommended ages: 0 – 21
Flamenco Louisville performs authentic flamenco music and dance while whisking you away on a tour of southern Spain. Dancers in colorful costumes perform intricate movement and rhythmic footwork, accompanied by live singing and guitar. Various cities and regions of Andalucia are introduced between pieces, connecting them with their traditional “palos” (song forms). Audience members will be asked to join in with “jaleos” (words of encouragement) and “palmas” (hand clapping). The program includes historical and cultural information about Spain and the Spanish-speaking nations. Q&A with the audience concludes the 1-hour program.

 

Floyd County Public Library

www.floydlibrary.org
180 W. Spring St., New Albany, IN
Mondays-Sundays
Recommended ages: 0 – 21
Join the World of  Wonders Summer Reading Program (June 1st – July 30th) where you can read books and explore earth’s natural marvels. For all ages.

 

Frazier History Museum

www.fraziermuseum.org
829 W. Main St., Louisville, KY
Sundays | 12p.m. – 5p.m.
Recommended ages: 0 – 21
The Frazier History Museum welcomes Cultural Pass holders to experience the museum and all its exciting exhibits, including the newly-opened permanent exhibit, The Commonwealth: Divided We Fall. Visitors are encouraged to check out our interactive, kid-friendly activities, including themed scavenger hunts, tours, and the multimedia production KentuckyShow!

 

Guru Vandana Academy Inc.

www.guruvadanaarts.com
Sundays | 2p.m.
Saturday (July 9) | 3p.m.
Sunday (July 10) | 3p.m.
Recommended ages: 5 – 21
Interactive presentations on Indian classical dance at various Louisville Free Public Library locations and free admission to the Geeva Arts Festival. The 45-minute interactive presentations will be designed for ages five and up. Attendees will learn the ancient history of the Indian classical art forms, learn movement exercises, and enjoy a short live performance. Cultural Pass holders will also get free admission to the annual Geeva Arts Festival (July 9 – 10), which will feature incredible solo and group performances by world-renowned Indian classical dance artists from across the globe. Visit www. geevaartsfestival.com for more information!

 

Harrison County Discovery Center

www.discoverycenterexperience.com
233 N. Capitol Ave., Corydon, IN
Mondays – Sundays
Recommended ages: 4 – 14
Enjoy the Discovery Center. All Cultural Pass visitors will receive a 10% discount in our gift shop.

 

Historic Locust Grove, Inc.

www.locustgrove.org
561 Blankenbaker Ln., Louisville, KY
Tuesdays | 11a.m. – 3p.m.
Recommended ages: 6 – 21
Locust Grove offers child-centered, hands-on activities and tours of historic 18th-century buildings with a focus on the stories of the enslaved community, period games, exhibit gallery, extensive grounds and gardens for picnics, and more.

Cultural Pass acknowledges that this program addresses a difficult topic that includes the history of enslaved individuals. In determining if your family would like to engage with a particular Cultural Pass experience, we encourage you to reach out to the venue directly to learn more about their content and programming.

 

Historic Old Louisville Walking Tour

www.oldlouisville.org
1340 S. 4th St., Louisville, KY
Wednesdays | 9:30a.m. – 10:30a.m.
Saturdays (June 4, July 2, August 6 and September 3) | 3p.m. – 4p.m.
Recommended ages: 0 – 21
The Historic Old Louisville Walking Tour is a 60-minute guided tour focusing on the architecture and history in the heart of the Victorian Mansion district. Children will learn fun facts about the history of Louisville, the styles of the mansions, identify whimsical architectural features, and learn about the people who lived there. This includes the history of the Southern Exposition World  Fair from 1883-1887 which drew one million and was the first nighttime exhibition featuring 5000 of Thomas Edison’s brand new incandescent light bulbs.

 

Jeffersonville Township Public Library

www.jefflibrary.org
Mondays – Sundays
Recommended ages: 0 – 21
Come and read Beyond the Beaten Path in our summer reading club (May 31 – July 30).

 

Kentucky Derby Museum

www.derbymuseum.org
704 Central Ave., Louisville, KY
Tuesdays | 8a.m. – 5p.m.
Sundays | 11a.m. – 5p.m.
*Tours at the bottom of every hour*
Recommended ages: 5 – 21
The Kentucky Derby Museum is excited to offer General Admission to any Cultural Pass holder. This includes: museum exhibits, our 360-degree film: The Greatest Race, and a historic walking tour of Churchill Downs. The following special programming will be offered on June 14 and August 2: Thoroughbred Care (ages 5-8), children learn how to care for a Thoroughbred and prepare it for racing, discovering the many jobs in the stable; and Louisville and the Derby (ages 9-17), participants will see how images and artifacts tell the stories of Louisville and the Kentucky Derby through two centuries of history.

 

Kentucky Opera

www.kyopera.org
June 6 | 11am | Southwest Regional Library
June 22 | 11:15am | South Central Regional Library
June 29 | 10:15am | Iroquois Library
July 6 | 11am | Portland Library
July 18 (Monday) | 6pm | Western Library
July 27 | 11:30am | Fairdale Library
August 3 | 10:30am | Shawnee Library
Recommended ages: 4 – 8
This 30-minute storybook program for children in preschool through grade 2 and their caregivers fosters early literacy building blocks through the arts. Keeping playful exploration at the heart of learning, children will explore storybooks and storytelling with singing, dramatic play, musical creation, and creative expression. Delivered at local libraries by a professionally trained teaching artist.

 

Kentucky Science Center

www.kysciencecenter.org
727 W. Main St., Louisville, KY
Sundays | 9:30a.m. – 5p.m.
Recommended ages: 0 -17
Let’s #DoScience together! Join us at our Main Street location for 50,000 square feet of interactive science exhibits any Sunday from June 5th to September 4th. Cultural Pass may be redeemed for exhibit admission. Some sessions sell out. To ensure you can visit you must make a reservation in advance at KYSCIENCECENTER.org. Cultural Pass Guests should register in advance using the discount code CUPSS. #ScienceForAll KYScienceCenter.org

 

Kentucky Shakespeare

www.kyshakespeare.com
1340 S. 4th St., Louisville, KY
Wednesdays – Sundays | 7p.m.
Recommended ages: 0 – 21
Kentucky Shakespeare Festival in Central Park May 25-August 7, featuring TWELFTH NIGHT, RICHARD III, and THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR, plus performances of MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING from Kentucky Shakespeare’s Globe Players professional training program for high schools students and SHAKESPEARE IN DANCE from the Louisville Ballet. Pre-show activities include pre-show performances from community groups and Kid’s Globe tent with nightly interactive arts activities.

 

KMAC Museum

www.kmacmuseum.org
715 W. Main St., Louisville, KY
Wednesdays – Sundays | 10:00a.m. – 5:00p.m.
Recommended ages: 0 – 21
Visit KMAC Museum’s summer exhibitions, museum shop and cafe, and Studio 715 where you can practice your own creativity! You will be able to tour two floors of exhibition space featuring 10 years of KMAC Couture (wearable art) and paintings by artist Sandra Charles.

 

Looking for Lilith Theatre Company

www.lookingforlilith.org
June 11 | 10:30a.m.
July 30 | 7p.m.
August 28 | 2p.m.
Recommended ages: 5- 16
EVEN PUPPETS HAVE PROBLEMS (June | grades K-2) A puppeteer shares their show where puppet friends are fighting. The audience offers them ways to manage their anger and work through their conflicts.
ELLAS HABLAN – GIRLSPEAK (July | grades 5&up) Looking for Lilith and the young women of Adelante Hispanic Achievers work together to create an original play. Come see a workshop performance of this unique work!
MAC’S WORLD: AN INTERACTIVE PLAY ON RESISTING BULLYING AND CYBERBULLYING (August | grades 3-5) Mac is grappling with an online and in-person bully. Audiences intervene to give Mac advice on how to cope.

 

Louisville Children’s Film Festival, Inc.

www.louisvillechildrensfilm.org
Wednesday (June 22) | 9:30p.m. – Sauerback Drive-In
Sunday (June 26) | 4p.m. – Baxter Ave. Theater
Sunday (July  24) | 4p.m. –  Baxter Ave. Theater
Sunday (August 21) | 4p.m. – Baxter Ave. Theater
Recommended ages: 2 – 21
Get ready to experience the magic of movies under the stars! Enjoy 2 classic family movies on Retro Wednesday, June 22, from the comfort of your own car! Sauerbeck Family Drive-in has a state of the art 4k digital projection, a GIANT 98 foot diagonal screen and FM transmitted sound.

Cultural Pass acknowledges that the program on June 22 took place at Sauerbeck Family Drive-In, a facility that has celebrated film director D.W. Griffith, who is known for producing work that perpetuates harmful stereotypes and is located on a street named in his honor. 

 

Louisville Chorus

www.louisvillechorus.org
6303 Fern Valley Pass, Louisville, KY
June 5 | 3p.m.
July 2 | 3p.m.
Recommended ages: 0-21
Captivating Themes from the MOVIES: from Disney to Titanic to Ghost to The Good, The Bad and The Ugly plus More. Joined by Beargrass Christian Church Choir.  (June)
Fanfare for the 4th—Musical Visions of America: 17th annual multimedia choral cinema presentation of the founding, expansion, and refinement of America. One may enjoy this American historical retrospective and revel in the power of stirring patriotic songs and visuals. (July)

 

Louisville Free Public Library

www.lfpl.org
Mondays – Sundays
Recommended ages: 0 – 21
There are no limits to Adventures in Summer Reading! Read to explore, travel, or imagine anywhere you want to go! Visit www.lfpl.org/summerreading to sign up and start reading.

 

Louisville Nature Center

www.louisvillenaturecenter.org
3745 Illinois Ave., Louisville, KY
Mondays – Saturdays | 9a.m. – 4p.m.
Recommended ages: 4 – 10
The Louisville Nature Center is an 80 acre urban forest nestled in Jefferson County! Grab a scavenger hunt and explore our 2 miles of trails, visit our Nature Play Area, bird viewing area and sensory garden. Be sure to stop by the education center and check out our live reptiles and amphibians!

 

Louisville Visual Art

www.louisvillevisualart.org
1538 Lytle St., Louisville, KY
Mondays – Wednesdays | 11a.m. – 1p.m.
Recommended ages: 7  – 18
“Rapid Comix” – make your own multi-page comic book and tell your own story! Easy and accessible materials and pre-formatted pages will allow you to tell a simple graphic story of your own!

 

Louisville Youth Choir

www.louyouthchoir.org
July 17 | 3p.m.
July 24 | 3p.m.
July 31 | 3pm
Recommended  ages: 4 – 21
Experience choral music presented by Louisville’s only traditional, adult SSA choir ensemble, Lascito Coro–Legacy Choir. This choir began as a collaboration of alumni of Sacred Heart Academy (SHA) and the Louisville Youth Choir (LYC) and is now open to all adult soprano and alto singers in the region. The choir performs a summer season annually that includes the classics to the pops. Any dollars generated by this choir’s performances are used as scholarships to support youth participation in LYC because at LYC, no youth singer is ever turned away for inability to pay for services.

 

Louisville Zoo

www.louisvillezoo.org
1100 Trevillian Way, Louisville, KY
Mondays | 10a.m. – 5p.m.
Recommended ages: 0 – 21
The Cultural Pass will provide free general admission to the Louisville Zoo for the pass holder and one adult on Mondays during the Cultural Pass period. Parking is not included with the Cultural Pass and is $6 per vehicle.

 

Lovely-Allen Art, LLC

www.lovelyallenart.com
Mondays | 11a.m. – 5p.m.
Saturdays & Sundays: June 11 – 12 | July 23 – 24 | August 20 – 21 |
September 3 – 4 | 12p.m. – 5p.m.
Welcome to Lovely-Allen Art, the studio of Tomisha Lovely-Allen. Tomisha’s a self-taught representational realist painter in Louisville, Ky. She’s inviting you to visit her in her studio at the Mellwood Art Center, Studio #177. Your Cultural Pass visit will provide a great opportunity for your budding artist to experience an artist at work. See the different types of materials she uses to create her work. Ask questions regarding her work and practice. Your visit will finish with an art project that you will be able to take home with you.

 

Muhammad Ali Center

www.alicenter.org
144 N. 6th St., Louisville, KY
Wednesdays – Sundays | 12p.m. – 5p.m.
Recommended ages: 6 – 20
A visit to the Ali Center is not just an experience, but a journey into the heart of a champion. The Center’s three levels of exhibits invite visitors to explore Muhammad Ali’s legendary life. Discover the six core principles that Muhammad Ali embraced throughout his life and how they gave him the wherewithal to be the best athlete he could be, the strength and courage to stand up for what he believed, and the inspiration to reach people around the world and dedicate himself to helping others.

 

American Printing House for the Blind

www.aph.org
1839 Frankfort Ave., Louisville, KY
Mondays – Fridays | 8:30a.m. – 4:30p.m.
Saturdays | 10a.m. – 3p.m.
Guided Factory Tours: Mondays – Thursdays | 10a.m. & 2p.m.
*Closed on Monday, July 4th*
Recommended ages: 6 – 21
Don’t miss this uniquely Louisville experience! Tour the largest maker of braille and educational products for people who are blind or visually impaired in the world and visit our award-winning museum. Learn to write your name in braille, play interactive games, and learn how generations of students, parents and teachers have explored the limits of human ingenuity and invention. Please touch!

 

Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing

www.riverside-landing.org
7410 Moorman Rd., Louisville, KY
Thursdays (June and July) | 10a.m. – 4p.m.
Sunday, June 5 | 10a.m. – 2p.m.
Sunday, July 10 | 1p.m. – 5p.m.
Saturdays, August 6 to September 3 | 10a.m. – 4p.m.
Recommended ages: 6 – 21
Tour of 1837 Farnsley-Moremen House and hands-on opportunity to participate in ongoing archaeology dig under the supervision of professional archaeologists at this 300-acre historic farm site on the banks of the Ohio River.

 

Roots 101 African American Museum

www.roots-101.org
124 N. 1st St., Louisville, KY
Thursdays and Saturdays | 10a.m. – 5p.m.
Recommended ages: 0 – 21
Roots 101 African-American Museum welcomes Cultural Pass holders for a self-guided tour featuring exhibits from the West Africa’s Benin Kingdom, through America’s past, present and future taking control of the African-American narrative. Legacies matter!

 

Speed Art Museum

www.speedmuseum.org
2035 S. 3rd St. Louisville, KY
Fridays | 1p.m. – 8p.m.
Recommended ages: 5 – 18
The Cultural Pass will provide free admission to the Speed Art Museum and the special exhibitions Sanford Biggers: Codeswitch and Pictures from Pieces: Quilts from the Eleanor Bingham Collection (on display until June 26). Admission also includes access to Art Sparks, the Speed’s interactive hands-on gallery, and a scavenger hunt activity guide that makes exploring the Museum’s galleries fun for all ages.

StageOne Family Theatre

www.stageone.org
Main Library, 301 York St.

Saturday, June 11 | 2p.m.
Saturday, July 16 | 2p.m.
Recommended ages: 2 – 7
This storybook program takes children’s favorite books and brings them to life in a way that’s as unique and exciting as the stories themselves. At these events, caregivers and little ones sit together around the performers for a truly immersive theatre experience. Not only do viewers become part of the action, they’re also encouraged to help tell the story through music, interaction, and LOTS of imagination!

 

The Falls of the Ohio Foundation, Inc.

www.fallsoftheohio.org
201 W. Riverside Dr., Clarksville, IN
Mondays – Sundays | 9a.m. – 4p.m.
Recommended ages: 4 – 21
The Falls of the Ohio State Park is located on the banks of the Ohio River in Clarksville, IN. The Interpretive Center houses immersive, state-of-the-art exhibits. Visitors interact with the exhibits, which takes them through 390 million years ago up to today. View the Lewis & Clark handshake statue commemorating the start of the expedition to the west coast. The deck overlooks exposed Devonian-era fossil beds that are among the largest in the world. The park is a great place to bird watch, go fishing, enjoy a picnic lunch and watch a spectacular sunset.

 

The Filson Historical Society

www.filsonhistorical.org
1310 S. 3rd St., Louisville, KY
Mondays | 1p.m. – 3p.m.
Recommended ages: 6 – 15
Cultural Pass holders can experience the following:  a Historical Mansion Scavenger Hunt, tours  of two  exhibits based on regional history including, A Child’s World – photographs, portraits, and artifacts that shine a  light on  the lives of children from pioneer times to the present, scavenger hunt for exhibit, Forgotten Foundations: Louisville’s Lost Architecture, and hands on crafts and games inspired by A Child’s World exhibit.

 

The Food Literacy Project

www.foodliteracyproject.org
536 N 44th St., Louisville, KY 40212
Thursdays, June 23 – July 28 | 3p.m. – 5:30p.m.
Recommended ages: 0 -21
Come join the youth crew and get your hands dirty at the People’s Garden! Learn about compost through the exploration of worms, go on a garden scavenger hunt, and take home some fresh-from-the-farm veggies!

 

The Louisville Ballet School

louisvilleballetschool.org
4121 Shelbyville Rd., #201, Louisville, KY
June 25 (ages 3 – 6) |  10a.m. – 1p.m.
July 9 (ages 6+) | 10a.m. – 1p.m.
July 23 (ages 0 – 6) | 10a.m. – 1p.m.
The Louisville Ballet School will offer free dance classes in a variety of dance disciplines. Classes may include ballet, modern, jazz, musical theater, and creative movement.

 

The Louisville Leopard Percussionists

www.louisvilleleopardpercussionists.com
Saturdays | 4p.m. – 7p.m.
Recommended ages: 5 – 21
LLP will host professionally curated drum circle experiences. We will provide instruments, space, and instruction for an interactive experience where participants will learn basic techniques on hand drums and auxiliary percussion instruments. Facilitators will include trained professionals as well as current and former Louisville Leopard Students who will accompany the rhythms.  This will be an experience accessible to everyone with or without any musical experience.  Our teachers will “hold the groove” and make room for all our participants to explore and experiment with new sounds without fear of judgment.

 

The Conrad – Caldwell House

www.conrad-caldwell.org
1402 St. James Ct., Louisville, KY
Wednesdays – Fridays | 10a.m. – 12p.m.
Recommended ages: 5 – 21
Cultural Pass holders will be able to take a self-guided tour of the house. There will be an indoor and outdoor scavenger hunts with a small prize. Lawn games will be out on the yard when weather permits.

 

Waterfront Botanical Gardens

www.waterfrontgardens.org
1435 Frankfort Ave., Louisville, KY
Fridays, June 10 – July 29 | 12:00p.m. – 2:00p.m.
Recommended ages: 0 – 12
Backyard Birds! Join Waterfront Botanical Gardens on Fridays starting June 10th through July 29th from 12:00 p.m. until 2:00 p.m. to discover the benefits of attracting native birds to your backyard. Each Friday program is identical. If there is rain, the program will be canceled for that day.

 

Yew Dell Botanical Gardens

www.yewdellgardens.org
6220 Old Lagrange Rd., Louisville, KY
Wednesdays, June 1 – August 31 | 10a.m. – 4p.m.
First Sundays | 12p.m. – 4p.m.
Recommended ages: 0 – 21
In addition to beautiful flowers and trees, visit highlights include a Castle, a Fairy Garden, and a greenhouse filled with plants. Pick up a scavenger hunt at check-in, use your phone for a QR-code tour of our Arboretum, or take a hike on our Woodland Trails.