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Spring Camp

It’s a Party!

Check out the JCC’s specialty camps so you know what to choose this summer! Give our new specialty camps a try during Spring Camp so you know what you enjoy! Camp runs March 31-April 4.

J-Tots 1&2 year olds

Let’s Get Messy
Our Art Party will explore many types of media including the many ways we can paint. We will roll trucks in paint to make tracks, try out veggie painting, use brushes, fingers, balls and more. We will also try out different types of chalk, crayons and markers. We are sure to get messy and have fun!

J-Tots 3&4 year olds

Let’s Travel the World and Explore all types of Art!
Join us with Artist-in-Residence Collis Marshal as we explore our world. Our Art Party will begin in North America. We will talk about the Native Americans and make talking sticks. We will continue our journey and visit South America, Africa and Asia. We round out our week with a visit to Israel.
COMP SHEETThe Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, supports this artist residency with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.

J-Tots Camp Pricing:

9 a.m. – 1 p.m.     Fee: $55, $40 JCC Member
9 a.m. – 3 p.m.     Fee: $62, $42 JCC Member
9 a.m. – 6 p.m.     Fee: $85, $60 JCC Member
Get Up Gang: 7:30 a.m. – 9 a.m.    Fee: $10, $8 JCC Member

K-3 Camp

Check out the JCC’s specialty camps so you know what to choose this summer! Give our new specialty camps a try during Spring Camp so you know what you enjoy!

Monday, March 31: Wiley Brown Basketball Camp
Ever wonder what Willey Brown Basketball camp is all about? Here’s your chance! Learn the fundamental skills of basketball such as ball handling, shooting, offensive and defensive drills! Instructor: Coach Wiley Brown

Tuesday, April 1: Mockingbird Soccer Camp
Through a fun and creative method of teaching and coaching, Mockingbird Valley Sports Complex staff will introduce many of the basic and fundamental skills to campers, including passing and receiving, dribbling to escape from pressure, dribbling to change directions, ball striking and more!

Wednesday, April 2: CenterStage Academy’s Musical Theatre Camp
Step into a world of imagination and get caught up in the magic of CenterStage’s youth theatre program! Campers will spend the morning with theatre professionals learning the art of musical theatre. Children will try all disciplines including acting, singing and dancing.

Thursday, April 3: Artful Child
Design. Create. Children will learn about and use different media to produce artwork such as painting, drawing, clay and more. We will join the seniors for an intergenerational art project.

Friday, April 4: Nutty Scientists Camp
During this camp campers will learn all about the planet, seasons and go on a personal journey to find all of the hidden treasures in nature. Our experiments will be explosive, messy and so much fun.

K-3 Campers

9 a.m. – 3 p.m.     Fee: $62, $42 JCC Member
Get Up Gang: 7:30 a.m. – 9 a.m.    Fee: $10, $8 JCC Member
Stay ‘N Play: 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.    Fee: $16, $12 JCC Member

Trek 46

Don’t sit home! Trek 46 friends will join us for Spring Break Camp. Are you missing your friends from camp? This week you will preview specialty camps designed with our older campers in mind. Campers in grades 4-6 will spend the week checking out Wiley Brown Basketball, Mockingbird Soccer, Spotlight on GLEE, Art and finish the week with an all-around Louisville field trip. Each day will be a new adventure when you choose GaGa, Swimming, Art, Crafts, Games and more. Don’t stay home during spring break. At the JCC you can hang with friends, choose your activities and enjoy a week full of fun!

4–6 Grade Campers

9 a.m. – 3 p.m. (Monday–Thursday)    Fee: $62, $42 JCC Member
9 a.m. – 3 p.m. (Friday)    Fee: $82, $62 JCC Member
Get Up Gang: 7:30 a.m. – 9 a.m.    Fee: $10, $8 JCC Member
Stay ‘N Play: 3 p.m. – 6 p.m.    Fee: $16, $12 JCC Member

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