Geocaching in Louisville

My family loves exploring the outdoors year-round, and geocaching, or what we like to call ‘treasure hunting,’ is a family favorite. It often dictates the location of our next expedition. Geocaching is quite simple and you probably already have everything you need: internet and a gps device. The website, www.geocaching.com, has everything you could possibly ever want to know about […]

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January Book Review – The Big Bat

This month’s book feature is The Big Bat, written by Anne Jewell and illustrated by Tony Waters. Local author Anne Jewell, who also happens to be the Executive Director of the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, takes kids on a journey with the big bat located outside the main entrance of the Slugger Museum in downtown Louisville. We are all […]

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Service Projects for Families in and around Louisville – Where can families volunteer?

Doing things together makes service more meaningful.  Not only do families benefit from the time spent together but children get to witness a project from start to finish with a reward at the end that isn’t material – it’s pride, empathy, satisfaction from what they have done – it’s more than the usual tangible reward. Here are some ideas for […]

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The Artist in You Fundraiser for the Louisville Children’s Museum

Come and support the Louisville Children’s Museum effort by painting something (maybe for your valentine?) at The Artist in You!  A portion of the proceeds from sales during this time period will help support the museum endeavor.   Also available are Louisville Children’s Museum shirts available in kids’ sizes to create and wear to help spread the word!  They are […]

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