A Nature-Friendly Early Education Program
For Ages 8 Weeks to 6 Years
Active Louisville Kids Marshall Fire Assistance GOfund me page:
Supporting children after natural disasters:
All Marshall Fire resources:
Disaster Guide for Restaurants:
The Boulder County Disaster Assistance Center (DAC), located at the Boulder County Southeast County Hub at 1755 South Public Road in Lafayette, will open on Monday, Jan. 3,2022, and will operate from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week.
Water sites with free water distribution will continue to be available at the Louisville Public Library and the Louisville Recreation & Senior Center daily until potable water is restored.
Louisville Recreation & Senior Center (900 W Via Appia)Open 8 AM – 4 PM View Map >
Bottled Water AvailableNEW-Bulk Water Available at 12 PM (bring your own container)Louisville Public Library (951 Spruce St,)
Open 9 AM – 4 PM View Map >
Bottled Water AvailableBulk Water Coming Soon.
The hard closure on Via Appia has been moved from Pine Street to the Recreation Center to allow residents’ vehicles to access the free bottled water distribution at the Recreation & Senior Center today.
Active Louisville Kids provides a high quality, healthy, safe, and fun learning environment for children. We know that children learn through active exploration. Our teachers encourage children to explore their environment; to experiment and discover solutions through manipulating age appropriate materials and projects. Our goal is happy children having fun and staying safe while learning and growing.
We take pride in maintaining lower student to teacher ratios, so that each child can get the time and attention that they need and deserve.
A Room for Every Stage
8 Week - 18 Months
12 Months (& walking) - 2 Years
2 - 3 Years
3 - 4.5 Years
4 Years & Up
A combination of free, & paid programs so there's something for everybody