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Five Community Centers to be open for extended hours this weekend

Friday September 19, 2008

Five Metro Parks community centers will be open for extended hours this weekend to offer family-friendly activities to those still without power following Sunday's wind storm.

“We know it has been a stressful week for thousands of our friends and neighbors, and we welcome anyone who’s looking for a fun break this weekend,” said Mike Heitz, director of Metro Parks.

Hours at these five community centers will be 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday. Programming is free.

Also, other community centers will reopen next week for normal hours as their power is restored. For the latest on our storm recovery efforts, visit http://www.louisvilleky.gov/MetroParks/stormupdate.htm.

Baxter
1125 Cedar Court
Louisville, KY 40203
502/574-2670

  • Activities include structured gymnasium programming, arts and crafts, board games

Newburg
4810 Exeter Ave.
Louisville, KY 40218
502/456-8122

  • Activities include supervised basketball play, video games, 3 on 3 basketball tournament, pool tournament

Parkhill
1703 S 13th St.
Louisville, KY 40210
502/637-3044

  • Activities include arts and crafts, structured gymnasium programming, board games

Portland
640 N 27th St.
Louisville, KY 40212
502/776-0913

  • Activities include 3 on 3 basketball tournament, arts and crafts, board games

Sun Valley
6505 Bethany Ln.
Louisville, KY 40272
502/937-8802

  • Activities include arts and crafts (seniors and children all ages), soccer, dodgeball, board games, billiards