Kids Kitchen Ed Davis Learning Center Georgetown KY

African American Adventure

African American Adventure is a cultural experiential education experience. Participants will visit several sites in the region which have historical significance. Each week the instructor will take participants on a journey, while dressed in costume through the Glories of Africa, Colonial America, The Civil War, The Civil Rights Movement, America’s New Hope, and The Land Called America. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and view our Events Calendar for up to date registration periods and program offerings.

Childcare/Camps

Ag-Exploration Camp

The Ag-Exploration Camp is a 2 day summer camp co-sponsored by Georgetown-Scott County Parks & Recreation, Ed Davis Community Inc., and Scott County Cooperative Extension Service. The camp is intended for children ages 14-18. This camp is a spin-off of the Ed Davis Farm Camp and is intended to give young men and women who are interested in pursuing a careen in agriculture and opportunity to view and experience various careers in agriculture so that they might define a career choice. Campers will spend the 2 days of camp learning about farming techniques, and career options in agriculture. Campers will visit in the University of Kentucky Dairy Farm, the Thoroughbred Training Center, The Kentucky State University Research Farm, and the Kentucky State University Aquaculture Center, and an observation experience with a local farrier. This camp is typically held in June and registration is held April – May. Please check out our calendar of events on our website and follow us on Facebook for updates.

Camp Explore More

This adventure based decamp is for campers ages 11 – 15. Campers will try everything from caving, climbing, and canoeing to cooking, archery, and shelter building. The camp is located at the Ed Davis Learning Center. For registration and more information, visit the Ed Davis Learning Center, the Pavilion or call (502) 863-7865.

Ed Davis Farm Camp

Ed Davis Farm Camp is a 3 day summer camp co-sponsored by Georgetown-Scott County Parks & Recreation, Ed Davis Community Inc., and Scott County Cooperative Extension Service. The camp is intended for children ages 9 – 13. This camp is designed to give campers an opportunity to view and experience different forms of farming. Campers will spend 3 days of camp learning about farming techniques, and conservation methods. Camp is typically held in June and registration is April – May. Please follow us on Facebook for updates and sign up for our newsletter to not miss a thing.

Fun Express Child Care

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.

 

Fee: $35R / $40NR per day

 

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

KidzWorld Summer Day Camp

The KIDZWorld program is operated in a day camp setting in which campers 4 – 13 years of age are provided with various activities. Campers may participate in swimming activities at both The Pavilion and the Suffoletta Family Aquatic Center. While on site, campers will play group games, create art and craft masterpieces, and meet many new and old friends. In addition, several field trips and activities have been planned. There are no additional charges for admittance fees for field trips. Lunch is provided through the Summer Feed Program operated by Scott County Schools. (The Summer Feed Program will usually end the 2nd or 3rd week of July and campers will be responsible for bringing their own lunch!)

 

Hours Of Operation
Program hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM. Campers must be in attendance by 9:00 AM. There may be some field trips that require children to meet at the site earlier than 7:30 AM. An extended drop off at 7:00 AM and a late pick up by 6:00 PM will also be available for an additional cost of only $25.00 per week! For the extended hours, children will need to be dropped off and picked up at the Pavilion site location.

 

Site Locations
KidzWorld is offered at the following site locations:

 

  • Brooking Park Concession Building, Brooking Park
  • The Pavilion, 140 Pavilion Drive

Children ages 4 & 5 are required to enroll in the Lil’ Explorers group located at The Pavilion. Children 6 – 13 have the option of enrolling at The Pavilion or at Brooking Park.  We have a limited number of registrations for each location.

 

  • The Pavilion – (in the Gymnasium at the Pavilion) 60 maximum per session, Ages 6 – 13
  • Brooking Park – 60 maximum per session, Ages 6 – 13
  • Lil Explorers – (in the Multi-Purpose Room at the Pavilion) 16 maximum per session, Ages 4 & 5 (With special considerations for older campers as needed)

 

Early registration will be accepted January 2 – Feruary 28, 2019 for those paying for a full 4 – week session. A 10% discount will be given at the time of registration for those who register and pay for a full session during this time. That is a cost of only $405 per session! Siblings will receive an additional 5% discount and will pay $384.75 per session! Siblings must be in the same household. Discounts will only be given during early registration. Proof of residency may be required.

 

*Pavilion Annual Members receive a 25% discount for this program throughout the registration period. Annual Member cost is $337.50.

 

Please note… if you are registering more than one camper, or you are an Annual Pass Holder, you must call or come to the Pavilion to ensure that discounts have been applied!!!  Regular Registrations will be accepted beginning March 1, 2018. Registration for Session 1 will end April 30, 2019 and Session 2 will end May 31, 2019. Registration may be completed at the Pavilion, by phone (502) 863 – 7865, or online if you have email information on file. The cost per full 4-week session is $450. The cost for enrolling for a week is $180.

 

Scholarships will be accepted March 1 – April 30, 2019 only. The Parks and Recreation Department will offer 10 scholarships per session based on need and proof of income and residency. Participant must have a completed scholarship application on file at the Parks office.

 

Payment Plans are available from March 1 – April 30, 2019. A minimum of $125 of the fee must be made per camper at the time of registration. Those choosing the payment plan must make payments at The Pavilion.

 

  • 1st Payment due at time of registration – $125
  • 2nd Payment due by March 15, 2019 – $81.25
  • 3rd Payment due by March 29, 2019 – $81.25
  • 4th Payment due April 12, 2019 – $81.25
  • Last Payment due by April 26, 2019 – $81.25

 

If entire registration fee has not been received by April 30, 2019, registration will be voided and all monies paid will be refunded.

 

Phone Payments may be made after a registration form has been received. Credit and debit cards are accepted. Inquire at the Parks and Recreation office if you would like to have a payment plan.

 

Refund Policy

  • If a participant withdraws prior to the first week of a session, all fees paid will be refunded.
  • If a participant withdraws during the first week of a session, he will be charged the weekly fee of $180. Any other monies paid will be refunded.
  • No money will be refunded after the first week of a session!
  • Request for a refund must be written and received by the Parks and Recreation office prior to the second week of the KidzWorld session.

 

Sun Screen Policy
KidzWorld is conducted primarily outdoors and it is recommended that all participants protect themselves from the sun and heat by wearing sunscreen and light clothing. It is our company policy that the staff cannot apply or supply sunscreen to any participant, including our 4 and 5 year olds. It is the sole responsibility of the participant’s parent or guardian to provide and apply sunscreen. The parent or guardian of any participant assumes the risks regarding their participant’s protection from the sun.

 

If your child is susceptible to sunburn, we suggest that you re-emphasize the importance of him or her re-applying sunscreen every hour. We also strongly suggest that your child wear a white shirt during swimming at the Suffoletta Family Aquatic Center.

 

Photograph Policy
Georgetown – Scott County Parks and Recreation staff may videotape or take photos of participants in programs and special events, or of people in or on park properties. Those photos may be used for promoting our programs, classes, events, in print, for TV, or on the website and social media.

 

Lunch Information
A daily lunch is provided by the Scott County Schools Summer Feed program. The Summer Feed Lunch Program is expected to be held at Scott County High School, Garth Elementary School, and Southern Elementary School. Parents may be asked to provide a sack lunch for field trips and on the Summer Feeding program training day which will be announced later. The Summer Feed Program will usually end during the 2nd or 3rd week in July. Parents are required to send a sack lunch daily for their campers after the Summer Feed Program ends. Parents will be notified when exact Summer Feed Program sites are verified.

 

Also, Wednesdays are stay at the Site days. Campers must bring a sack lunch on Wednesdays except when noted.

 

Field Trips
All campers are dropped off and picked up at The Pavilion on Field Trip Days!  Field trips are planned for Cincinnati Zoo, Newport Aquarium, Salato Wildlife Education Center, Kentucky Science Center, Cave Run Beach, and Kentucky Kingdom! (Field trips will be age specific.) There are no additional charges for field trip admittance or activities. Parents are responsible for providing extra money for concessions and souvenirs. Parents may register a camper for a field trip after completing the session registration. Field trip registration may be completed online, at the Ed Davis Learning Center, or at the Pavilion. Field trip registrations must be completed by the deadline. Staff reserve the right to prohibit any camper displaying improper behavior from attending any field trip.

Tentative Daily Activity Schedule:

Brooking Park at Concession Building

  • Lunch at Scott County High School
  • Monday – Swimming at Aquatic Center
  • Tuesday – Swimming at The Pavilion
  • Wednesday – On Site Activities
  • Thursday – Ed Davis Activities
  • Friday – Field Trip or Special Activity

 

The Pavilion / Lil Explorers

  • Lunch at Southern
  • Monday – Swimming at The Pavilion
  • Tuesday – SCP Activities
  • Wednesday – On Site Activities
  • Thursday – Swimming at Aquatic Center
  • Friday – Field Trip or Special Activity

 

Activities, Dates, Schedule and Times are subject to change without notification.

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

Website: prdanceandgym.webs.com
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/prdancegym
Twitter:  https://twitter.com/prdancegym
E-mail: prdancegym@gmail.com

To see current class offerings and register follow the link below:

https://register.gscparks.com/CourseActivities.aspx?id=11&cat=9

 

 

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 5 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
Fee: Res: $178.00 Non-Res: $178.00

 

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
Fee: Res: $178.00 Non-Res: $178.00

 

Boy’s Ballet
This class introduces young male students to the fundamentals of dance in a nurturing, all-boys classroom setting. Students will develop musicality, coordination, flexibility, physical fitness and ballet vocabulary in a fun setting. Students enrolled in the winter session will perform in the Spring Recital.
Age: 5 – 8.
Fee: Res: $178.00 Non-Res: $178.00

 

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 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
Fee: Res: $178.00 Non-Res: $178.00

 

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
Fee: Res: $178.00 Non-Res: $178.00

 

Tap, Jazz & Musical Theater
Students will learn Tap and Jazz basics, proper technique, turns, leaps, and across the floor combinations. These Basics will be incorporated with singing and acting to choreograph a theatrical performance. Students enrolled in the winter session will perform in the Spring Recital.
Age: 6-12
Fee: Resident: $178.00 Non-Resident: $178.00

 

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. 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 enrolled in the winter session will perform in the Spring Recital.
Age: 6 – 11
Fee: Res: $178.00 Non-Res: $178.00

 

Performing Arts Company (PAC)

Petite Performing Arts Company (PAC)
Entrance into this class is by audition only. Auditions are by invitation and by request. The Petite PAC may perform in parades, ballgames, Thriller, and other community events. Students will need Bloch tan lace-up tap shoes, tan jazz shoes, pink ballet shoes, tan tights, pink convertible tights, black tank leotard, black ballet skirt, Dance Company warm-ups (required). Other special dance shirts, tights etc. may be required and ordered by the studio throughout the dance year.  Hair must be in a bun for Ballet. Students enrolled in the winter session will perform in the Spring Recital.
Age: 4 – 19
Fee: Res: $215.00 Non-Res: $215.00

 

Junior Performing Arts Company (Jr. PAC)
Entrance into this class is by audition only. Auditions are by invitation and by request. The Jr. PAC may perform in parades, ball games, Thriller 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 tank leotard, black ballet skirt, Dance Company warm-ups (required). Other special dance shirts, tights, etc. may be required and ordered by the studio throughout the dance year. Hair must be in a bun for ballet class. Students enrolled in the winter session will perform in the Spring Recital.
Fee: Resident: 298.00 Non-Resident: $298.00

 

Senior Performing Arts Company (Sr. PAC)
This class is only available for the Jr. and Sr. Accelerated classes. The Sr. PAC  may perform in parades, ball games, Thriller 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 (required). Other special dance shirts, tights etc. may be required and ordered by the studio throughout the dance year. Hair must be in a bun for Ballet. Students enrolled in the winter session will perform in the Spring Recital.
Fee: Res: $298.00 Non-Res: $298.00

 

Senior Performing Arts Company (Sr. 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. Ballet skirts may be worn, teacher preference. Students will need tennis balls and therabands. 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.
Fee: Res: $90.00 Non-Res: $90.00

 

Thriller Zombie Dance School
The Cost of the Thriller Dance Session is $10 for Zombies 10 years of age and younger and $15 for Zombies 11 years and older.
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.
Fee: Res: $10.00 Non-Res: $10.00 (for 5 sessions)

 

Gymnastics

Mommy & Me KinderGym
This is a parent participation class. The Parent will be working with their child the entire class period. This is a fun and constructive class, designed to introduce a child to tumbling. Activities are focused on small and large motor skill development, hand-eye coordination, and basic tumbling (Balance beam, mat skills, songs, parachute, small hand manipulative, and more). This is a fun class for the parent as well as the student. This class may perform in our Gymnastics Recitals. Participation is optional for 2 & 3 year olds.
Age: 2 – 3
Fee: Res: $133.00 Non-Res: $133.00

 

KinderGym
Introduction to basic tumbling skills (front roll, bridges, angel touches, handstand kick-ups, toe touches, cartwheels, tuck jumps, low balance beam, spotting blocks, small hand manipulatives, etc. Simple stunts may be introduced. 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
Fee: Res: $178.00 Non-Res: $178.00

 

Gymnastics Beginning
Conditioning, stretching, basic tumbling skills, front, back, and straddle rolls, cartwheels, stunts and trick acrobatics may be introduced). Proper technique stressed. Students may take this class up to 2 years. This class meets once a week so conditioning and practicing at home is a must for skill mastery. Students will need required gymnastics leotard & shorts, they will be ordered at registration. No shoes are worn in this class. Hair must be in a ponytail. Students enrolled in the winter session will perform in the Spring Gymnastics Recital.
Age: 6 – 19
Fee: Res: $178.00 Non-Res: $178.00

 

Gymnastics Intermediate
Conditioning, stretching, and basic tumbling skills. Some of these skills may be mastered: front, back, and straddle rolls, cartwheels, stunts and trick acrobatics. Proper technique stressed. Students may take this class up to 2 years. This class meets once a week so conditioning and practicing at home is a must for skill mastery. These students are not beginners but have not acquired the skills to be considered advanced. Students will need required gymnastics leotard & shorts, they will be ordered at registration. No shoes are worn in this class. Hair must be in a ponytail. Students enrolled in the winter session will perform in the Spring Gymnastics Recital.
Age: 6 – 19
Fee: Res: $178.00 Non-Res: $178.00

 

Gymnastics Advanced
Ability based. Students must have mastered a backward roll, back kick-over or back walkover, hold handstand with spotter and running round-off with correct punch (rebound) to advance to this level. Will work on conditioning, stretching, back-overs, standing back handspring, running round-off-back handspring. This class meets once a week so conditioning and practicing at home is a must for skill mastery. Students will need required gymnastics leotard & shorts, they will be ordered at registration. No shoes are worn in this class. Hair must be in a ponytail. Students enrolled in the winter session will perform in the Spring Gymnastics Recital.
Age: 6 – 19
Fee: Res: $178.00 Non-Res: $178.00

 

 

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. and at prdanceandgym.webs.com.

Home School Gym & Swim

Children will play organized gym games for an hour and finish up with playtime in the pools. If schools are closed due to inclement weather, the Gym/Swim program will not meet and a make-up day will be scheduled. Class meets Fridays at 10AM-Noon at the Pavilion. For current sessions, please visit our events page or follow us on facebook.

M.A.N. Mentoring Program

This program is intended to assist young men ages eight to eighteen. It is designed to place these young men with grounded, successful, positive men to serve as role models in their lives. This program is designed to affect young men’s lives through the guidance of the individuals that give of themselves, especially of their time.

When: Ongoing

Where: Ed Davis Learning Center

Kid's Kitchen

Kid’s Kitchen is a popular and exciting 5-week class that is offered at the Ed Davis Learning Center for children 7 – 15 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 on Tuesday at the Ed Davis Learning Center. For more information, contact Ed Maynard (502) 867-5846.

Y.E.S. Mentoring Program

This program is intended to assist young women ages eight to eighteen. It is designed to place young women with grounded, successful, positive females to serve as role models in their lives. This program is designed to affect young women’s lives through the guidance of the individuals that give themselves, especially of their time.

When: Ongoing

Where: Ed Davis Learning Center

Women & Youth Self Defense

Are you interested in learning tactics to protect yourself? Are you looking for a new and exciting alternative form of exercise? Try our Women & Youth Self Defense class. Youth 6 – 11 years of age are invited to a FREE self defense introductory session from 9:00AM – 10:00AM.

Find the class or a specific program category you are looking for.

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