FROM OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: Carnegie Center Friends and Family, Thank you for a successful fall! It has truly been a pleasure meeting and greeting everyone as you have been taking classes, tutoring, volunteering, and attending many of our events. Your continued support and engagement, whether in-person or virtual, means the world to our Board, Staff, and myself. You are the reason we are here! The pages of our winter/spring catalog are filled with events, activities, and classes cultivated by Staff with YOU in mind. • In January, we hope that you will join us as we honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We will have activities for all ages. • In March, we will recognize and applaud the new inductees of the Kentucky Writers Hall of Fame. The outstanding living writers in the 2023 cohort make this a must-see event. • The Kentucky Black Writers Collaborative will host an event honoring the memory and legacy of Breonna Taylor as we stand “At the Clearing” once more. I am particularly excited about our new partnership with AthensWest Theatre Company. This collaboration will enable us to offer dynamic opportunities for writers who are interested in bridging the gap between the pen and the stage or silver screen. Please continue to engage with our e-letter, website, and social media platforms as more details about this opportunity will follow the printing of this catalog. If you do not receive our e-letter, one of the best ways to stay in the Carnegie Center loop, please visit our homepage (carnegiecenterlex.org) and subscribe. If we have not met yet, I look forward to meeting you and your family very soon. Please do not hesitate to stop by and say, “Hello.” With Love and Appreciation, Shayla D. Lynch
READY TO REGISTER? All class times are listed in Eastern Standard Time . REGISTRATION There are three ways to register for classes and events (when required): • Online at CarnegieCenterLex.org • By phone, (859) 254 – 41 7 5, ext. 21 • In person at the Carnegie Center’s front desk Full payment reserves your space in class. Registration is required for all classes unless otherwise noted. We are unable to add registrants to a class after the start date. IN PERSON LEARNING The building is open for in person programs. We reserve the right to update or change programs in accordance with official health and safety guidelines. Check our website for current information regarding in person learning. ONLINE CLASSES & EVENTS Some classes and events remain online, or are available with hybrid options. These instances require a smart device, reliable internet, and a free Zoom account. PRE-RECORDED WEBINARS Offered for your convenience, these webinars are recordings of past classes and are delivered to you via email. EARLY LEARNERS, KIDS, & TEENS To streamline communication, please only register your student(s) for classes designated for their current grade level, regardless of their ability. 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. All registrants will receive full refunds. Our full cancellation policy is available on our website.
Shayla D. Lynch
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