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You can upgrade to either Lightroom 6 or Lightroom CC 2015. Neither requires you to upload photos to the cloud, both run on your local computer.
The Canon 60D requires at least Lightroom 3.2. But I suspect it will be difficult for you to find that version for sale anywhere. Adobe doesn't sell older versions. Adobe sells two versions of Lightroom (actually the same version but licensed differently).
Lightroom CC 2015: this is the creative cloud licensed version of Lightroom. The program is downloaded and installed locally on your computer, runs locally on your computer, all images are stored locally on your computer. Updates are released periodically and are downloaded and installed via the Internet. The cost for Lightroom CC is $9.99/month. It also includes the latest version of Photoshop.
Lightroom 6: this is the standalone version of Lightroom. It can be purchased at some retail outlets. Many purchase it directly from Adobe and download it to their computer and install it. Lightroom 6 is installed locally on your computer, runs locally on your computer, all images are stored locally on your computer. Updates that include support for new cameras are released periodically and are downloaded and installed via the Internet. Lightroom 6 does not receive feature updates. The cost to upgrade to Lightroom 6 is $79 US. New features are only added when new major releases are made available. A new major release would be Lightroom 7, which will include new features. Each one of these major updates or upgrades will cost $79. Interim updates, often referred to as dot releases that provide support for new cameras, will be made available at no additional cost.
Your other alternative would be to download and install the free DNG converter from Adobe. This is a program that you can run and create digital negative (DNG) copies of your raw files. Those DNG files can be made compatible with the version of Lightroom that you already have.