Cultural Pass program launched to keep kids active in the summer

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) – While kids are out of class for the summer, they can lose some of the skills they’ve learned in school. That’s why several Louisville organizations have started a program to keep their minds active during the summer months.

The Cultural Pass lets students get access to 50 arts and cultural venues across Louisville and Southern Indiana for free.

Metro Government, the Fund for the Arts, the Arts and Culture Alliance and the Louisville Free Public Library all came together to make it possible. The passes can get you into places like the Louisville Zoo and the Kentucky Science Center.

“It can be really hard for a large family in the summer to afford a visit to those places,” Tory Parker with the Fund for the Arts said. “It can sometimes be inaccessible but with the Cultural Pass, all those events are entirely free.”

If you didn’t get to grab one Saturday, you can still register for the program online and pick up your pass at your local library branch.


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