Metro Parks & Recreation Community Centers Ready To Provide Spring Break Fun for Youth
Louisville Metro Parks & Recreation welcomes children and teens to its community centers for special spring break programs.
A full schedule of activities is planned, designed to keep children engaged in positive and educational opportunities during this out of school time, including arts and crafts, field trips, team-building activities, fitness, table games, sports and sports tournaments, and much more. Activities vary by community center.
“Our community centers are a great place for youth to spend time when school is out of session.” said Metro Parks & Recreation Assistant Director Ben Johnson. “We’re not just recreational centers anymore. Several of the facilities offer public computer labs and free wi-fi, in addition to traditional gym time. I’m excited we now offer so much diverse programming to the community.”
Please contact individual centers for specific hours and programs offered at each location.
Baxter Community Center 1125 Cedar Court 574-2670
Beechmont Community Center 205 West Wellington Avenue 361-5484
California Community Center 1600 West St. Catherine Street 574-2658
Cyril Allgeier Community Center 4101 Cadillac Court 456-3261
Douglass Community Center 2305 Douglass Boulevard 456-8120
Newburg Community Center 4810 Exeter Avenue 456-8122
Parkhill Community Center 1703 South 13th Street 637-3044
Portland Community Center 640 North 27th Street 776-0913
Shawnee Arts and Cultural Center 607 South 37th Street 775-5268
Shelby Park Community Center 600 East Oak Street 574-1780
South Louisville Community Center 2911 Taylor Boulevard 574-3206
Southwick Community Center 3621 Southern Avenue 775-6598
Sun Valley Community Center 6505 Bethany Lane 937-8802