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47º | Mostly cloudy | 7% chance of rain
Sunrise 8:00 a.m. | Sunset 5:39 p.m.

Attention campers
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The Kentucky Science Center offers pay-by-day camps all week long. | Photo by LOUtoday
Jefferson County Schools will be on Spring Break Monday, April 3-Friday, April 7 and while the kiddos might be getting some off time, maybe you’re still on the clock or just want some time to yourself. Check out these five, themed Spring Break camps to keep the kids entertained while you do you.

🥾 Bernheim Forest | Pre-K-Grade 8

When: Monday, April 3-Friday, April 7, 9 a.m-3:30 p.m.
Cost: $50-$60 per day

Explore a different theme each day at this arboretum including plants, birds, giants and faeries, art, and hiking.

🧪 Kentucky Science Center | Pre-K-Grade 5

When: Friday, March 31-Friday, April 7, 8 a.m-5 p.m.
Cost: $70-$80 per day

Each day includes science experiments, as well as time to explore the museum’s exhibits and camp games.

📖 Frazier History Museum | Kindergarten-Grade 6

When: Tuesday, April 4 + Wednesday, April 5, 9 a.m-4 p.m.
Cost: $55-$60 per day

Campers will learn about some of the museum’s favorite historical stories, like tales of Marie Antoinette’s fake farming village and the Australian Emu War.

🎨 Louisville Visual Art | Ages 7-17

When: Monday, April 3-Friday, April 7, 9 a.m-4 p.m.
Cost: $245 for the week

Choose between seven different art-themed camps based on age like digital photography, comic art, painting, and stop motion animation.

🐅 Louisville Zoo | Ages 6-9

When: Monday, April 3-Friday, April 7, 8:30 a.m-5 p.m.
Cost: $350-$375

Discover the colors of nature and learn how animals use camouflage tactics to hide from predators.

Pro tip: Check out the Louisville Free Public Library’s 100+ free programs over Spring Break — like scavenger hunts, an April Fool’s dance party, and puppet theater.
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Tuesday, March 28
  • Women Wine Makers | Tuesday, Mar. 28 | 7-8 p.m. | Canary Club, 1247 S. Shelby St., Louisville | $35 | Taste four different wines and learn about the women who made them.
Wednesday, March 29
  • Jonny Craig | Wednesday, Mar. 29 | 7:30 p.m. | Zanzabar, 2100 S. Preston St., Louisville | $18 | See this Canadian-American singer-songwriter formerly of bands Dance Gavin Dance, Emarosa, and Rain City Drive.
Thursday, March 30
  • Mommy & Me Class – Bon Fire Cake! | Thursday, Mar. 30 | 5-6:30 p.m. | Bae’s Baekery, 1164 S. Brook St., Louisville | $60 | Create a fiery cake with white chocolate flames and ganache buttercream bark.
Friday, March 31
  • Burger Night | Friday, Mar. 31 | 5-9 p.m. | Full Stop Station, 1132 E. St. Catherine St., Louisville | Free | Dig into burger specials — plus, brews and tunes at this Germantown coffee shop and market.
  • Proof! (There it is) An evening with Angels Envy & ATG | Friday, Mar. 31 | 7 p.m. | Against the Grain Brewery, 401 E. Main St., Louisville | $55 | Enjoy a guided tasting of Angel’s Envy bourbons and complimentary Against the Grain beers at this 21+ event with hors d’oeurves.
Saturday, April 1
  • Fairies in the Forest | Saturday, Apr. 1 | 10 a.m.-12 p.m. | Jefferson Memorial Forest, education center, 12400 Holsclaw Hill Rd., Louisville | $10 | Go on an enchanted hike in search of forest fairies, make a fairy house using natural materials, and end the afternoon with a tea party.
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News Notes
  • 57° | Morning showers | 49%
  • Louisville-founded online retail store Misc. Goods Co. is opening a brick-and-mortar with a showroom and event space in Shelby Park (near Trouble Bar) this spring. The lifestyle brand sells upscale, everyday products like playing cards, natural deodorants, and leather belts + it celebrated its 10th anniversary last fall.
  • Bellarmine University is phasing out a few undergraduate majors, including Aging Studies, Foreign Languages, and Philosophy, as part of its new Bellarmine Forward academic plan. In those places, the college will add high-demand, career-focused degrees in areas like neuroscience, public health, and marketing. (Louisville Business First)

  • On Sunday, April 2, 16 teams from universities across the Commonwealth will converge at the Frazier History Museum to participate in Kentucky’s largest collegiate business pitch competition KY Pitch. The public is welcome to attend the event where select teams will walk away with up to $40,000 in funding.
  • Crunching numbers not your thing? Volunteer Income Tax Assistance is here to offer free help at 11 locations across the city for households whose income was $66,000 or less in 2022. IRS-certified staff will prep basic income tax returns for electronic filing both in-person and via drop-off services.
  • Take a walk on the wild side. New membership enrollment is open for the 2023 Louisville Zoo Get Healthy Walking Club. The free program allows its members to enter the zoo daily from 8 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. to walk the paved loop through animal exhibits before it opens.
  • The Easter Bunny has hopped into Jefferson Mall for springtime photo ops. Families and pets can snap a pic with the folklore character through Saturday, April 8 at various times. Reservations are an eggcellent idea. Pro tip: The early bird pricing lasts through Friday, March 31.
  • Has spring sprung in your home yet? If you’re looking to get outdoors, these wipeable tablecloths are just begging for some alfresco dining, and these garden and herb labels will get you in a planting mood. Plus, this viral birdfeeder practically brings the birds inside with you.
  • Planning a trip to the Carolinas this spring? Starting Friday, May 19, Louisville Muhammad Ali International Airport (SDF) will start servicing direct flights to Raleigh, NC (hey, RALtoday) via Breeze Airways.*
The Word
  • Experts at The Ascent have sorted through hundreds of credit cards so far this year. And their top five bonus cards are (cue drumroll)... these five. *
🫱‍🫲 Lend a helping hand
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Brightside hosts a community-wide cleanup event every year during the Mayor’s Give A Day. | Photo by Brightside
Once a single day of city-wide volunteer service and now in its 12th year, the Mayor’s Give A Day campaign has grown into a full month of Louisvillians lending a hand to their communities.

Throughout the entire month of April residents can participate in one of four ways — extra kudos if you manage all four.
  • Sign up for one of the Mayor’s Give A Day volunteer opportunities — like helping out with the Central Park amphitheater beautification or preparing meals for people in need.
  • Report your own volunteer service + share about it on social media using #MGAD2023.
  • Do a random act of kindness.
  • Donate money to the cause where funds are used to assist with Give A Day projects.
Since 2011, this annual event has gathered 1.3 million volunteers and acts of compassion. Are you ready to make it 1.3 million and one?
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Only 1,500 copies of the comic book were printed. | Photo by LOUtoday
Louisville writer Rocko Jerome’s new, art-forward comic book “G.H.O.S.T Agents: Apocalypto” is now available online and in-store at the KMAC Museum downtown + The Great Escape on Bardstown Road.

The oversized, newsprint book features original stories about a fleet of agents saving the world, includes artwork from 20 artists from around the world, and is giving big 1960s-1970s comic book energy.
The Wrap
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The LOUtoday baby goat didn’t place first at NuLu Bock & Wurst Fest on Saturday, but our kid was still the G.O.A.T to us. We’ll be baaaaack next year and take ‘em by storm.
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