To engage each student in rigorous, relevant and differentiated learning opportunities that inspire and motivate.
Hearkening back to the glory days of Louisville’s theater district, the Brown Theatre is a lavish, lovingly restored showplace. State-of-the-art technology combines with Old World splendor to create a performance space as beautiful to look at as it is comfortable to sit in. Seating approximately 1,400 patrons, the Brown stands today as the Grand Dame of Louisville’s artistic community.
Carriage House is a non-profit preschool program dedicated to the belief that children of all abilities can learn and make progress in an environment that is stimulating and nurturing, where individual differences are respected and celebrated. Our mission is to create the environment where all children will thrive.
At Children’s Music Academy we teach music to young children in a fun, positive, affirming, and creative environment—we want kids to enjoy music. Classes are designed to captivate a child’s interest and imagination through engaging, age-appropriate activities and games. In our unique group setting, children experience a supportive teacher who cares for and encourages them; while learning with peers inspires confidence and motivates greater learning.
When Conductor Cody brings his show to your child’s birthday party, everyone is in for a treat! Cody uses his magic routines to take the entire birthday party on a magical train adventure on his train The Comet Express. On the journey, Cody’s train-themed magic routines will give children a chance to be the star of the show through his many audience-participation routines. Children will also learn the science behind how steam engines operate, fun facts about the history of American railroading, and how to stay safe near railroad tracks. By the time The Comet Express returns to the station, the entire birthday party will have had an amazing experience that they will never forget.
Conductor Cody is offering families affiliated with FEAT a $25 discount off birthday party shows!
Crowne Pointe Theatre is a state-of-the-art multiplex located in Elizabethtown, Ky. The nine-screen theatre features cutting-edge technology and customer-preferred amenities including self-serve ticketing and concessions, leather recliners, and reserved seating. The first theatre in the state to embrace laser projection, guests can enjoy a premium movie-going experience on a 60-foot screen with the Christie 4K Laser Projector.
What to Expect
- Five auditoriums with 40′ screens and 61 seats
- Three auditoriums with 50′ screens and 104 seats
- One auditorium with 60′ screen and 221 seats
- Two RealD 3D Screens
- Recliners with reserved seating in all auditoriums
- Self-serve ticketing and concessions
- Christie 4K RGB Laser in 60′ screen auditoriums
- 4K projectors in the three 50′ screen auditoriums
Crowne Pointe Theatre is the premier party place in the area!
If you’re looking for a fun place to celebrate a birthday, anniversary, company outing, or other occasion, Crowne Pointe Theatre in Elizabethtown, KY is the place to go. The theatre is also a great place to rent for hosting a company meeting, church service, seminar, and etc..
For reservations and a party/theatre rental quote, use the form below. Should you not get an email response within 24 hours, please check your spam folder. For questions, please call 270-600-0090 or email us at email@example.com.
Join The Crowne Pointe Theater for our Classic Movie Showings for Charity.
Classic movies will be played to support and increase awareness for charitable causes. The classic movie is hosted and promoted by the charity. The proceeds from the ticket sales that exceed the cost of the movie is donated to the charity.
These movies are shown at prime matinee times on Sundays. Ticket cost will be $5.00. There is a limit of 2 classic movies per month.
Friends School is a nonprofit, nonsectarian, cooperative school whose mission is to provide an inclusive, noncompetitive, student-centered dynamic educational program where individual differences are respected and celebrated.
Imagine a music class where babies, toddlers, and young children can learn music by playing and exploring rather than through formal lessons. Where adults get to play and sing with their children. Where you don’t have to be an expert to join the fun!
Music Together is an early childhood music curriculum that’s known around the world for its ability to engage children and adults in musical play together. Educators, scientists, and musicians love Music Together for the depth of its research and developmentally appropriate activities. Families love Music Together for the way it helps bring children and adults together for quality play and learning. Children love Music Together because it’s so fun. We speak the language of childhood!
Located in the heart of the Highlands inside the Mid-City Mall, the Highlands-Shelby Park Library serves the Highlands and Shelby Park neighborhoods. Highlands-Shelby Park Library has a public meeting room that can accommodate a maximum of 50 people.
What to Expect
- Quiet down space if needed
- General inclusion in all of programs and exhibit spaces
Library services to the Highlands and Shelby Park neighborhoods date back 100 years, with two original libraries located separately in elegant Carnegie buildings. The collections were merged and moved to the Mid-City Mall in 1994, creating Highlands-Shelby Park Library. The Library has an extensive collection of audiobooks on CD and cassette, as well as a large selection of cookbooks. Highlands-Shelby Park Library continues to provide the excellent service of its two predecessors, while also offering the convenience of Mall shopping and abundant parking.
Did you ever wonder where Santa Claus spends his summers?
… in Santa Claus, Indiana, of course!
- We’re centrally located in the heartland (three hours from Indianapolis, St. Louis, Cincinnati, and Nashville);
- We’re family-oriented, with historic sites, a theme and water park, museums, caving and canoeing nearby;
- “Family values” that extend to the pocketbook;
- Relaxed, Mayberry-esque locale, which appeals to nearly everyone.
- Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari are a theme park and water park here in town. We started out as Santa Claus Land back in 1946, and are still owned and operated by the Koch family, who got it all started seven decades ago. In addition to top-ranked roller coasters and one of the world’s largest water parks, we do crazy things like not charge for parking. Oh, and soft drinks and sunscreen are always free. Always.
Sun – Fri | 10am – 8pm
Sat | 10am – 10pm
In the late 1700s, Revolutionary War veterans and other colonizers began to settle in the area that would eventually become known as Jeffersontown. At that point in time, life was still harrowing with the constant threat of Indian attacks, but the pioneer spirit persevered and more settlers arrived to populate the lovely, arable lands just south of the Ohio River and east of the port that would become the City of Louisville.
In 1794, Abraham Bruner purchased 122 acres on a forested ridge near Chenoweth Run Creek with the intent of establishing a town at the intersection of two roads commonly traveled by the new settlers. Business owners quickly obtained plots from Bruner and set up shop along Main and Market streets, which would later become known as Watterson Trail and Taylorsville Road.
The square became a hub of activity, complete with hotels, blacksmiths, potters, and every other pioneer activity imaginable. In fact, the area became something of a “county seat” – a place where people from miles around could come to conduct business and purchase goods, rather than make the long and arduous journey to Louisville by horse and cart.
Residents dubbed their new settlement “Brunerstown,” to show pride in Abraham Bruner and their primarily Germanic heritage. On May 3, 1797, however, the city was officially incorporated and named after the current vice-president, Thomas Jefferson. Even though the Jefferson County Court recognized the new city as the “Town of Jefferson,” or “Jeffersontown,” its inhabitants continued to refer to it as Brunerstown throughout the next century.
The mission of the Kentucky Autism Training Center is to strengthen our state’s systems of support for persons affected by autism by bridging research to practice and by providing training and resources to families and professionals. KATC is committed to improving the quality of life for those affected by ASD.
What to Expect
Yellow Dot Program
The Yellow Dot Program alerts first responders at crash scenes of critical medical information that could save a life. Participants in the program provide important medical information that could help emergency responders make split second decisions by placing the Yellow Dot decal in the lower-left corner on the driver-side rear window and the completed Yellow Dot personal information folder into the glove compartment of the vehicle. More information about the program is available on the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety website. Yellow dot stickers and information folders are available at the University of Louisville Autism Center. Contact us to get a packet or any of these locations throughout Kentucky.
KATC provides easy access to evidence based information through over 50 free webinar trainings available to you 24 hours a day online from the comfort of your own home. Webinars include…
With more than 70 rides and attractions, including six world-class roller coasters, a huge water park, children’s rides, games, shows, and so much more, Kentucky Kingdom has something to please everyone in the family!
Science Matters! Science Literacy empowers society. Scientifically literate individuals are those best suited to excel in the 21st Century. Everyone is curious, and that innate curiosity can flourish when liberated. At Kentucky Science Center, science matters because we make it personal, fun, participatory and relevant. We are ambassadors of scientific values.
What to Expect
- Quiet down space if needed
- General inclusion in all of programs and exhibit spaces
- Social Stories (Available upon request)
No Limits Family Camps
No Limits Family Camps offer interactive and hands-on exploration for families who have children with special needs. No matter what the special need, there are no limitations when you are doing science! Each No Limits Family Camp includes a take home element and a supplemental activity card for continued learning. Each program includes general admission and a t-shirt for each child. No Limits Family Camp is offered once per month.
Although Kentucky Science Center camps are not specifically designed to accommodate children with special needs, we make every reasonable effort to serve campers who require special attention or consideration. If you are interested in enrolling a child with special needs, please contact the Camp Manager to set up a meeting to evaluate our program’s suitability for your child. We also welcome camper aides, but require all aides who attend camp to complete a background check before camp begins.
Art is the Big Idea,
Craft is the Process
The museum connects people to art and creative practice. Visit the Museum and make a donation but…
YOUR Admission to KMAC has been underwritten by Delta Dental OF KENTUCKY.
Mon | Closed
Tue – Sat | 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sun | 10am – 5pm
KMAC departments offer experiential education in a challenging, hands-on environment in exchange for a substantive contribution from talented and interested individuals.
KMAC depends on dedicated volunteers to help with various projects that range from greeting visitors, giving tours, preparing for events, administration help, to working in the Museum Shop.
Docents are knowledgeable, enthusiastic people who act as liaisons between the Museum and the general public.
LearningRx is a one-on-one brain training center that pairs clients with brain trainers for challenging yet fun mental games that help enhance cognitive skills.
Louisville Ballet. Making. Moving. Art.
Louisville Ballet is Kentucky’s official State Ballet committed to creating vibrant new works as well as providing audiences with the beloved classics. Louisville Ballet embodies the belief that ballet is a living breathing and relevant art form. With inclusive programming for audiences and dancers of all ages, Louisville Ballet strives to bring ballet to everyone!
Check us out: https://www.louisvilleballet.org
· Inclusive Dance Program at The Louisville Ballet School (ages 6-10)
· Adaptive In-School dance programs through Louisville Ballet Outreach
The mission of Louisville Family Fun LLC is to efficiently provide current information to Kentuckiana families and beyond about events and entertainment options in the Louisville metro area. Louisville Family Fun LLC strives to save families money in providing pertinent details about such options so that families can explore together in the least expensive way possible. Lastly, Louisville Family Fun LLC commits to giving back to the community via contests, special discounts and charitable endeavors.
Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory is all about celebrating the extraordinary role of Louisville Slugger in baseball’s past, present and future. We’re here to delight our guests and create joyful, lifetime memories.
Baseball connects generations, we see it here every day. Since the sport is such a big part of American history and culture, even visitors who don’t consider themselves big fans find something here that resonates with them. Maybe it’s the fun stories and fascinating machinery in the factory, or the hands on exhibits, or one of our special exhibitions that broaden the interpretation of baseball.