Kids Kitchen Ed Davis Learning Center Georgetown KY

KidZone & Camps

Fun Express

No School Again! Never fear… Fun Express is here! If you are 4 – 13 years of age, ready to have a day of fun, challenges, and games, then the Fun Express is waiting for you to jump aboard. Instead of going to Grandma’s house on snow days, in-service days, and spring, fall, and winter breaks, join us as we hone the perfect game of whatever, create that masterpiece from this and that, and just have fun like a kid should on a non-school day. And … don’t be surprised if we put the wheels in motion and venture off to see what we can see!

 

Pre-registration for a scheduled session by the deadline is required. On days when school has an unscheduled cancellation, drop-ins are available and encouraged. If you think you will need to take advantage of our drop-in services, please complete the form in advance. (We will not have a scheduled session if we do not have at least 8 participants pre-registered.) Fun Express will be held at The Pavilion. Please take a look at our calendar to see what Fun Express sessions are open for registration at https://gscparks.com/events/.

 

If the weather is really crazy, parents should tune in to Channel WLEX18 to see if Fun Express has been canceled. Remember, program hours are from 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM. You must be in attendance by 9:00 AM and don’t forget to bring a sack lunch. Check for other information when signing up for a Fun Express session.

  • All fees are subject to change.
  • Register at The Pavilion Monday – Friday, 8:30AM – 5:00PM
  • Operational hours are from 7:30AM – 5:30PM

KidzWorld

KidzWorld is a fun summer day camp for children Kindergarten-7th grade from 8:30am-4:30pm. We will have themed weekly camps with daily outings pertaining to that week’s theme. School style drop off will be from 8:30am-9am behind the Pavilion at the gym doors, and then children will be transported to their “home site” (based on grade level) or their activity site at 9am, depending on the activity planned for that day. The camp will spend minimal time at “Home Sites”. Children will be transported back to the Pavilion by 3:45pm and school style pick up will be from 4pm-4:30pm. 

“Home sites” will be the Pavilion Multipurpose room for K-1st graders, the Pavilion gym for 2nd-3rd graders, Brooking Park Concession Building for 4th-5th graders, and Ed Davis Learning Center for 6th-7th graders. Children will have 1 swimming day per week at Suffoletta Water Park. In case of rain, children will stay at Pavilion to have their swimming day at the Pavilion pool. Swim days will not be made up in case of storms where both pools are shut down for weather.

Swim Schedule:

K-1st Mondays

2nd-3rd Tuesdays

4th-5th Wednesdays

6th-7th Thursdays

Depending on the days’ planned activity and weather, “Home sites” may switch and some activities may take place at Brooking Park or Ed Davis Learning Center even if that is not your child’s “Home Site”.

We will have several mandatory parent meetings times available throughout May to convey all information and sign documentation. You must sign up for ONE of the available parent meetings listed. Your registration is void and funds will be refunded if you do not attend a parent meeting.

There will be no camp on June 19th in observance of Juneteenth or the week of July 1-5th in observance of Independence Day. 

Weekly Themes in order are:

K-1st: Art Week, Hobby Week, Sports Week, Career Week, STEM Week, Adventure Week, History Week, Farm Week 

2nd-3rd: Adventure Week, Farm Week, Hobby Week, Art Week, History Week, Sports Week, Career Week, STEM Week

4th-5th: STEM Week, Art Week, Farm Week, Hobby Week, Sports Week, Career Week, Adventure Week, History Week

6th-7th: Farm Week, Cooking Week, Water Fun Week, Adventure Week, Life Skills Week, Art & History Week, STEM Week, Sports Week

Online Registration Available: Catalog – Georgetown Scott County Parks & Recreation (rec1.com)

Dance & Gymnastics

Many Dance and Gymnastics classes are available at the Pavilion. Typically two sessions are offered for all classes below, Fall and Winter Sessions ending with a Spring Recital.  If you are interested in Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Gymnastics, or Tap/Dance, join Artie Janow and her staff for a great time. Dates, class descriptions, times, and fees are subject to change without notice.  Register at the Pavilion front desk or online. To register online, please call the Pavilion to verify user information.

Dance Director: Artie Janow
Assistant Director: Veronice Carpenter

 

Dance

Toddler, Tiaras, Tutus & Tumbling 
Curriculum is designed to expose this age group to basic floor tumbling (front rolls, bridges, cartwheels, low balance beam, hand/eye coordination games with bean bags, bubbles, etc,) following 1 and 2 step directions and developing listening skills. The tumbling segment covers the first 4 weeks of class. The remainder of the session is devoted to creative movement and basic ballet center, movement across the floor and routine preparation for Spring Recital. Beginner ballet terms are introduced to this age level. Student will need pink ballet shoes, pink tights and leotards. Pink Ballet skirts may be worn in dance segment only. Regular gym shoes will be worn during the tumbling segment. Hair must be in a ponytail or bun. Students enrolled in the winter session will perform in the Spring Recital.
Age: 3 – 4

Kinder Tap & Ballet
Curriculum is designed to introduce basic Ballet and Tap terms, technique and floor work. This covers Barr and center work, movement such as turns and leaps across the floor. Curriculum helps develop small and large motor skills and infuses coordination builders. Students will need black tap shoes, pink ballet shoes, pink tights, and pink leotards. Pink Ballet skirts may be worn during dance segments. Hair must be in a ponytail or bun. Students enrolled in the winter session will perform in the Spring Recital.
Age: 5 – 6

Tap, Ballet, Jazz
A student may take this class for 2 or more years before advancing to a higher level. Curriculum covers Tap, Ballet, Jazz fundamentals and techniques, but on a more challenging level. Tap, Ballet, and Jazz fundamentals and techniques, but on a more challenging level. Tap, Ballet, and Jazz center and across the floor work. Leaps and turns are stressed on a more challenging level. Students will need black tap shoes, pink ballet shoes, pink tights and black leotards, black jazz pants may be worn. Hair must be in a ponytail or bun. Students who are enrolled in the winter session will perform in the Spring Recital.
Age: 6 – 11

Tap, Ballet Jazz Level II

This is an advanced class offered for the student who has had 3 or more years of dance. This class will offer more advanced levels of Tap, Ballet and Jazz technique. It will require home practice to achieve the step mastery for level II. Tap, Ballet, and Jazz center and across the floor work. Leaps and turns are stressed on a more advanced level. Students will need Tan Capezio or Bloch tap shoes, tan jazz shoes, tan tights and black leotards. Hair must be in a ponytail or bun. Students who are enrolled in the winter session will perform in the Spring Recitals.

Ages 8 and up but may audition if younger

Ballet Level II

This is an advanced class offered for the student who has had 3 or more years of dance. This class will offer more advanced levels of ballet technique. It will require home practice to achieve the step mastery for level II. You will learn why ballet helps everything and have fun in the process! In our Ballet Level II class, you will learn classic ballet basics that include barre and center combinations. We will focus on correct placement, proper alignment, balance, and posture. Black leotards, pink tights, pink ballet shoes. Hair in bun. Students enrolled in the winter session will perform in the Spring Recital.

Ages: 8-13

Hip-Hop
Hip Hop is street dance culture infused with jazz favor. It has fast paced movements, balance based stunts, turns, and incorporates some Pop and Lock (unusual movements where body movements are isolated, accented, quick pulses, or held). This dance movement is constantly changing and many trends may be combined. The Hip Hop dance trend is loose so everyone can develop their own style and movements. Winter session also incorporates routine preparation for the Spring Recital. Students may wear hip hop clothes of choice and gym shoes. Hair must be in a ponytail or bun. Students enrolled in the winter session will perform in the Spring Recital
Age: 7 – 10 and 11+

Jazz & Musical Theater
Students will learn basic stage directions and acting activities such as mirroring and improvisation. Dance skills such as, jazz basics, proper technique, turns, leaps, and across the floor combinations. These basics will be incorporated with singing and acting to choregraph a theatrical performance. Any style and color of dance attire: leotards, unitards, dance shorts or jazz pants and tan jazz shoes. Students enrolled in the winter session will perform in the Spring Recital.
Age: 6+

Performing Arts Company (PAC)

Entrance into this class is by audition only. To audition you must have 3 or more years tap, ballet, and jazz. The Sr. PAC may perform in parades, ball games, Thrilled to Give and other community events. Students will need block tan lace-up tap shoes, tan jazz shoes, pink ballet shoes, tan tights, pink convertible tights, black ballet skirt, dance company warm-ups. Workshops, special dance shirts, tights etc. may be required and ordered by the studio throughout the dance year. This will be an additional fee. Hair must be in a bun for Ballet. Students enrolled in the Winter session will perform in the Spring Rectial.

 PAC Pointe’
This class is only available for the Jr. and Sr. Accelerated classes. It is designed for the more serious dance student. Curriculum is designed to strengthen toes, feet, ankles, legs and center core (upper body). Pointe’ takes serious practice as well as ballet technique classes. Since students develop at different rates, going on Pointe’ is decided by the Ballet instructor and studio director. It may take several years of this class before a student is ready to actually go on Pointe’. Patience, dedication, and practice are required. Students will need pink ballet shoes, ballet pink convertible tights, and black tank leotards. Hair MUST be in a bun, required attire MUST be worn in class. Pointe’ shoes will need teacher approval. Students enrolled in the winter session will perform in the Spring Recital.

Thriller Zombie Dance School
The Cost of the Thriller Dance Session is $20 for Zombies 11 years of age and older and $10 for Zombies 10 years and younger.
Zombies under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Current PRDG participants are free. Parents of PRDG participants pay $5. Thriller Zombie Dance School is typically held starting in September to prepare for the Thrilled to Give event downtown in October.

Gymnastics

TumbleTots (formally KinderGym)
30-minute class that teaches beginning tumbling skills, motor skills, coordination, core strength, and listening skills. Children will be expected to work independently in this class without a parent or guardian. Must be age 4 by the first class of the session. Students enrolled in the winter session will perform in the Spring Gymnastics Recital.
Age: 4 – 6

Tumbling: Beginning Level
50-minute class that teaches beginning tumbling skills such as rolls, cartwheels, handstands, as well as drills and conditioning to help master these skills. This class is perfect for school-aged children who have completed KinderGym or older children who are new to tumbling. Students enrolled in the winter session will preform in the Spring Gymnastics Showcase.

Class attire: Gymnastic Unitards or leotards. No shoes worn in class. Hair must be in a ponytail.
Age: 6+

Tumbling: Intermediate Level
50-minute class that teaches intermediate tumbling skills such as round offs, handstands, backbend from the standing position, as well as drills and conditioning to help master these skills. Athletes must have mastered a cartwheel, rolls, and pushing up into the backbend to enroll in this class. Students enrolled in the winter session will preform in the Spring Gymnastics Showcase.

Prerequisite: Beginner Tumbling

Class Attire: Gymnastics Unitards or leotards. No shoes are worn in this class. Hair must be in a ponytail.
Age: 6 – 19

Tumbling: Advanced Level 
50-minute class that teaches advanced tumbling skills such as front walkovers, sequence of skills, back handsprings, etc, as well as drills and conditioning to help master these skills. Athletes must have mastered a handstand, backbend kick-over, round off, and be able to fall back into a backbend from the standing position to enroll in the class. Students enrolled in the winter session will preform in the Spring Gymnastics Showcase.

Prerequisites: Intermediate Tumbling

Class Attire: Gymnastics Unitards or leotards. No shoes are worn in this class. Hair must be in a ponytail.
Age: 6 – 19

Privates

This is a 30-minutes dance or tumbling private that will meet for 4 weeks. These classes are a one-on-one class with an instructor and a student. Private classes are scheduled on an individual basis with the dance director or assistant dance director. Other dates and times may be available at the director or assistant director’s discretion. Studetn has choice of instructor depending on availability. To perform in any dance recital or tumbling showcase, a student MUST be enrolled in a private for the entire spring session (Jan-May). There is an additional costume fee for recital or showcase performance.

Intensity Dance Camp 

It is open to students who have had at least 3 years or more of dance (tap, Ballet, Jazz) ages 8+. The curriculum will cover ballet, tap, hip/hop, jazz, and some basic tumbling.

Scholarship Information:
Only partial scholarships are offered for Dance and Gymnastics. Scholarships applications are available at the Pavilion and must be completed every six months and BEFORE registering for any of our classes. Scholarships do not cover registration or costume fees. Poor class attendance may result in loss of a scholarship.

Class Cancellation Policy:
If Scott County Schools are cancelled, we will assess the conditions by Noon. Dance and Gymnastic class cancellations or delays will be posted on Channels 18, 27, and 36.

Home School Gym & Swim

Homeschool Gym & Swim promotes lifetime fitness in a positive environment with activities including sports, non-competitive games, water safety, and free swim.

Youth will participate in 50 minutes of gym time with a 10 minute break to change, a 10 minute water safety lesson with the rest of the time in the swimming pool!

Summer Fun and Fitness

This program is intended to assist middle school and high school ages. Our goal is to create Game Changers within the community who want to make a better tomorrow!

Parents: If you are looking for a mentor for your child, this is a great opportunity to get them plugged in! We have volunteer mentors from all backgrounds who will be leading this program.

When: Ongoing

Where: Ed Davis Learning Center

Tutoring

Join us at Ed Davis Learning Center for a Summer Fun and Fitness program. The program is open to ages 2-17. It’s completely FREE to attend, and no registration is required. Come enjoy a variety of activities designed to keep you active and entertained throughout the summer! Check out our calendar of events for more information.

Kid's Kitchen

Kid’s Kitchen is a popular and exciting 4-week class that is offered at the Ed Davis Learning Center for children 7 – 14 years of age. The participants will learn easy and simple recipes and healthy cooking habits. Join us for some crazy, scrumptious, cooking fun!  All classes will meet 4 times a session at the Ed Davis Learning Center.

Martial Arts

Beginner Martial Arts      Ages 4-17    T&TH 4:30 – 5:10Intermediate      Ages 4-17  T&TH   5:10 – 5:50Advanced       Ages 4-17    T & TH   5:50 – 6:30

All Martial Arts participants must start at Beginner Level and with Sensei ‘s permission may promote to next level of Martial Arts. Sign up per month.  1 month of sessions is $80 + TaxGi’s available at Front Desk for additional purchase. $20 + TaxPromotional Belts included. Martial Arts is held at The Pavilion on Court B.

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Call (502) 863-7865 to speak with our director or submit the form for information about our parks and recreation services.