The Recreation & Senior Center has many options to help you stay physically and mentally healthy. Take a look through the latest catalog and see what is new in September including extended hours, outside fitness classes, in-person preschool, parent-led swim lessons, virtual senior programs, and much more.
The Louisville Recreation & Senior Center September Catalog. Registration starts Friday, August 28.
We want you to know that your returns are here. Our safety protocols require qua…
We want you to know that your returns are here. Our safety protocols require quarantining all returned items for 72 hours, which means those items will remain on your library account for up to 5 days before they are officially checked in. But don’t worry! No fines are being assessed, and you can still place holds and check out more items.
Learn more about the Library's current services and hours >> http://ow.ly/xXu450BuMRi
Today (September 18), the City began work to convert W Cherry Street from two la…
Today (September 18), the City began work to convert W Cherry Street from two lanes to one lane with a visually buffered bike lane. The change will take place eastbound from W Dahlia Street to Coal Creek Lane and westbound from Coal Creek Lane to between the Powerline Trail Crossing and W Dahlia Street. The work will take place in phases with lane lines being installed first, followed by crosswalks, green bike crossings, and symbols. It is expected to be complete by mid-October. Periodic lane closures will occur.
The speed limit on W Cherry Street will also change. The new speed limit will be 35 mph between McCaslin Blvd and W Dahlia Street and 25 mph from Coal Creek Lane onward.
If you have any questions, please email Geoff Nettleton GNettleton@LouisvilleCO.gov.
Foundations for Potty Training Tuesday, September 22 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM Jo…
Foundations for Potty Training
Tuesday, September 22 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Join Megan Dare for a free potty training workshop. This workshop is designed to teach parents and caregivers the foundations needed by children and a family for potty training. It focuses on the behaviors and skills required for a child to be independent with the restroom routine. The workshop is 45 minutes in length with 15 minutes reserved for questions and answers.
This virtual program will be held via Zoom, please register for the meeting login. >> http://ow.ly/nd6k50BuLHW
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