Carnegie Center Winter/Spring 2023 Catalog

Club del Libro with Tatianna Verswyvel First Saturday of each month, February–April, 10:30am–Noon • FREE


Join us for a monthly discussion group of contemporary Latin American, Latinx, and Hispanic fiction conducted in Spanish. The group welcomes members who are comfortable reading adult Spanish-language books and talking about them. Books will be selected based on group member interests. For information about current selections, contact Tatianna at The first ten registrants for each month will receive a copy of that month’s book selection. Tatianna Verswyvel is a native Spanish speaker with a B.A. in International Affairs from Transylvania University. She works as an editorial assistant at the University Press of Kentucky.

Primer sábado de cada mes, Febrero–Abril, 10:30am–Mediodía • GRATIS Acompáñanos a hablar de libros escritos por autores contemporáneos de origen

latinoamericano, Latinx, e hispanohablante. Este grupo invita miembros que buscan leer libros en español y discutirlos en el mismo idioma. Los libros se seleccionarán acorde a los intereses de los miembros. Cada mes, los primeros diez en registrarse recibirán una copia gratis del libro seleccionado. Para unirse o para más información, contacte a Tatianna: Tatianna Verswyvel habla español como primer idioma y se graduó de Relaciones Internacionales en Transylvania University. Trabaja como asistente editorial en University Press of Kentucky.

Storytelling: The Time of My Life with Jonathan Scott Thursdays, April 20–May 18, 5:30– 7 pm • $ 7 0

If you’ve ever listened to The Moth Radio Hour or The Moth Podcast, you already know the power and fun of personal storytelling. The stories we tell at The Time Of My Life aren’t traditional tales, folktales, or stand-up comedy. They are part of our shared human existence. Sometimes dramatic, sometimes hilarious, sometimes ordinary and seemingly insignificant but always honest, authentic, and real. In workshop sessions, we will learn to find the experience we need to tell, develop it into a story structure, and learn how to present it orally to an audience in a supportive and fun atmosphere. We will celebrate with an event where we tell our stories to an audience in the first person, on stage, and without notes. Jonathan Scott has taught workshops and presented both live and online personal storytelling events in North Carolina since 2018. He is also the author of four novels and a short story collection. [ALL LEVELS]

ESL English Language Classes ONLINE • FREE Mondays, January 23–April 24 (no class March 13), 8:30-9:30pm

Free English language classes are offered one night a week for adult ESL learners. The classes are small and the teachers are friendly. All language levels are welcome. Please mark your current level (beginner, intermediate, or advanced) in the “comments” section of the registration form on our website. Join us! Offered in partnership with the University of Kentucky College of Arts & Sciences and College of Education.

CLASS CANCELLATIONS The Carnegie Center reserves the right to cancel a class 2–3 business days before the start date if minimum enrollment is not met. It is best to register early to help our instructors prepare and to ensure the class does not get cancelled. If a class is cancelled, all registrants will be notified by email and will receive full refunds. Our full cancellation policy is available on our website.


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