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The Living Arts and Science Center offer programming throughout the year for students, adults, and families to create memories all year long. The Center invites YOU to grow your creativity through life-long learning!

CLICK HERE FOR WEEK LONG CAMPS (Spring and Summer)

Thank you to our Summer Camp Sponsors

Mid American Rare Coin Galleries

Bank of the Bluegrass

Seth and Erin Solomon Fund

Menschlichkeit Fund

Dinsmore & Shohl LLP

Tri State Roofing

BEFORE YOU REGISTER, READ OUR CAMP GUIDELINES HERE

The Living Arts and Science Center’s week long camps center on a variety of themes that bring art and science alive for students ages Pre-K – 12th Grade! Our enthusiastic, experienced staff provides a fun-filled, safe environment for students to embrace innovation and creativity.

The LASC offers two types of week long camps:

  • Pre-K Camps: The perfect, half-day, first camp experience filled with LASC play and theme-related art and learning all under the guidance of our enthusiastic, experienced staff. All students must be bathroom independent.
  • School Age Camps: Our full-day camps include time in the LASC,  themed learning, activities and projects, weather-permitting time for outdoor play on our beautiful grounds. Students must provide their own peanut free lunch and snacks.

CLICK HERE FOR CLASSES and WORKSHOPS FOR SCHOOL AGE STUDENTS

The Living Arts and Science Center’s No School Days classes provide a fun space to learn when school is out, on the weekend or after school ( schedule varies). These art and science events spark creativity and innovation  students ages Pre-K – 12th Grade! Students must provide their own peanut free lunch and snacks.

CLICK HERE FOR CLASSES and WORKSHOPS FOR ADULTS

NEVER STOP LEARNING! The Living Arts and Science Center’s adult classes provide inspiration at any age.  From our Crafts on Tap Series to detailed instruction, these art and science events will give an opportunity to renew interests, learn something new or ignite a passion for art and science.

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