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New Beginnings Family Service FOSTER CLASSES

Jan 22, 2015 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

332 Highland Park Drive/ Richmond, KY
Orientation and Information Night on Foster and Foster to Adopt. Two classes will form the following week: one held in Richmond, the other in Lexington and will run for 8 weeks.

Karen Sorrell, Trainer / 859-625-1955


KRCC Healthy Baby Workshop

Nov 13, 2014 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Letcher County Extension Office, Whitesburg, KY
Workshop activities include information about having a healthy baby. All women completing the workshop will receive FREE BABY ITEMS PLUS DOOR PRIZES AND LUNCH PROVIDED!!!
*All pregnant women, in Letcher & surrounding
counties, up to two months post-partum are invited to attend. No registration required.

Phillis Combs at (606) 436-5761 extension 5008


Healthy Baby Workshop

Nov 5, 2014 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Perry County Library, Hazard, KY
Workshop on having a healthy baby. All women completing the workshop will receive free baby items plus door prizes and lunch will be provided. All pregnant women in Perry & surrounding counties, up to 2 months post partum are invited to attend. No registration is required.

Phillis Combs, KRCC Regional Prevention Center, call (606) 436-5761, extension 5008.


Freedom from Fear: On Black Childhood and Other Dangers

Nov 21, 2014 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

University of Kentucky College of Law Courtroom, 620 S. Limestone, Lexington
Professor Anthony Paul Farley, the James and Mary Lassiter Distinguished Visiting Professor at the UK College of Law, is hosting a panel to discuss the topic: Freedom from Fear: on Black Childhood and Other Dangers. This event is free and open to the general public.

Anthony Paul Farley
859-2573434



Healthy Baby Workshop

Oct 24, 2014 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

KRCC's Facility located behind Hardee's in Hyden, KY
An educational workshop about having a healthy baby for pregnant women. All women completing the workshop will receive free baby items plus door prize is given. Lunch will be provided. All pregnant women in Leslie and surrounding counties, up to two months post-partum are invited to attend. No registration is required.

Phillis Combs (606) 436 - 5761 extension 5008 or philliscombs@live.com


Sprouts: Harry Potter Potions Class

Nov 19, 2014 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The Plantory Lexington, Kentucky 40508
Check out the Sprouts Innovators Club page on Facebook for more details.

Contact: Sarabeth Brownrobie at (859) 255-6999


Sprouts: Bike Repair

Feb 11, 2015 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The Plantory Lexington, Kentucky 40508
Check out the Sprouts Innovators Club page on Facebook for more details.

Contact: Sarabeth Brownrobie at (859) 255-6999


Sprouts: Telling your story with numbers

Feb 4, 2015 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The Plantory Lexington, Kentucky 40508
Check out the Sprouts Innovators Club page on Facebook for more details.

Contact: Sarabeth Brownrobie at (859) 255-6999


Sprouts: Put Up Your Ukes!

Jan 28, 2015 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The Plantory Lexington, Kentucky 40508
Check out the Sprouts Innovators Club page on Facebook for more details.

Contact: Sarabeth Brownrobie at (859) 255-6999


Sprouts: Doctor Who?

Jan 21, 2015 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The Plantory Lexington, Kentucky 40508
Check out the Sprouts Innovators Club page on Facebook for more details.

Contact: Sarabeth Brownrobie at (859) 255-6999


Sprouts: You can pickle that!

Jan 14, 2015 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The Plantory Lexington, Kentucky 40508
Check out the Spouts Innovators Club page on Facebook for more details.

Contact: Sarabeth Brownrobie at (859) 255-6999.


Sprouts: Tea 101

Jan 7, 2015 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The Plantory Lexington, Kentucky 40508
Check out the Sprouts Innovators Club page on Facebook for more details.

Contact: Sarabeth Brownrobie at (859) 255- 6999


Vision Boards: Kick 2015 in the Butt Before it Begins

Dec 10, 2014 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The Plantory Lexington, Kentucky 40508
Check out the Sprouts Innovators Club page on Facebook for more details

Contact: Sarabeth Brownrobie at (859) 255-6999


Sprouts: Harry Potter Crafts Class

Nov 26, 2014 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The Plantory Lexington, Kentucky 40508
Check out the Sprouts Innovators Club page on Facebook for more details.

Contact: Sarabeth Brownrobie at (859) 255-6999.


Sprouts: Harry Potter Quiddich

Nov 12, 2014 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

The Plantory Lexington, Kentucky 40508
Check out the Sprouts Innovators Club page on Facebook for more details

Contact: Sarabeth Brownrobie at (859) 255-6999


Isaac "Ike" Williams II Church Music Workshop

Main Street Baptist Church 582 W Main St Lexington, KY 40507
Gospel Music Workshop

Deidre Darnell
859-489-7893



Weekend Wilderness Survival Workshop

Halcomb's Knob ELC, 430 Wallacetown Road, Paint Lick, KY
UPCOMING WILDERNESS SURVIVAL WORKSHOPS to be held at Halcomb's Knob LLC (Garrard County,KY)! Do you enjoy hiking on the weekends, trading in the sights and sounds of the city for the peace and quiet of a forested trail? Do you explore nature with friends or on-your-own? Have you ever wondered what would happen if something were to go wrong when you were in the field? Do you have the skills and knowledge necessary to spend a night in the wilderness with no creature comforts? Let's find out! Consisting of in-the-classroom discussions and presentations, in-the-field skills, and a hands-on test, this two-day workshop will equip you with the skills to survive in the wilderness regardless of the circumstances of isolation. Every participant will walk away with a basic survival kit and know what is in it and how to use it. This class is a must for any outdoor enthusiast.

Halcomb's Knob LLC, Deborah Messenger, 859-925-9936, halcombsknob@windstream.net


Fruit Tree Pruing and Grafting Workshop

UK Robinson Center, Jackson, KY
Individuals attending this workshop will gain knowledge and hands on experience of fruit tree pruning and grafting. $10.00 registration fee.

Anthony Mullins, 606-666-2438 ext. 285
anthony.mullins@uky.edu



Health Literacy Workshop

Floyd County Extension Office 3490 KY Rt 321 Prestonsburg, KY
How do you know your written materials or your verbal communication
reaches your intended audience?

The Floyd County Cancer Coalition is sponsoring a Health Literacy Workshop!

The Teach Back method of communicating and how to write and adapt print materials will be the topics of the workshop. Also, how you can evaluate the readability of the written materials used by your organization will be discussed.

You are encouraged to bring examples of written materials and your laptops to use during the session.

The workshop will be conducted by Erma Thornbury and Crystal Adkins
Beneficiary Services Representatives
UMWA Health and Retirement Funds

Please note the workshop will be held at the NEW Floyd County Extension Office located north of the turn off to Stone Crest Golf Course, before you get to Highlands Regional Medical Center.

(606) 886-2668



Bullying, Abuse and Violence; The Psychological Impact on Today's Society by Dr. Deauna V. Webb, PsyD

Ramada Convention Center 2143 N. Broadway Lexington, Kentucky
This educational workshop will define bullying; discuss it's
prevalence and mental health effects; examine risk factors of long term bullying and help participants develop prevention strategies. Registration and continental breakfast 8am-9am,
Presentation 9am-12pm, Lunch 12-1pm. Tickets $45.


Rebecca Webb, 604 Greenleaf Ct. Lex. KY 40505
859-293-5578,



Finding Affordable Health Care and Prescriptions

BSACAP’s service office at 60 Court Street, Allen
Paula Preston-Meek with the HomePlace Clinic and Kathy Hamilton with Kentucky Homeplace will be the guest speakers at this free workshop.

Wendy Bolen, wbolen@bsacap.org, (606) 874-3595


Finding Affordable Health Care and Prescriptions

Third Floor Conference Room, Johnson County Courthouse, Paintsville
Paula Meek with the Homeplace Clinic will be the guest speaker at this free workshop.

Jennifer VanHoose, jvanhoose@bsacap.org, (606) 789-3641


Job Hunting 101

Adult Learning Center, Salyersville
Career Advisor Pam Patrick will be the guest speaker at this free workshop.

Teresa Lykins, tlykins@bsacap.org, (606) 349-2217


Job Hunting 101

in BSACAP’s service office at 478 Town Mountain Road, Pikeville.
Career Advisor Jennifer Hampton will be the guest speaker at this free workshop.

Dawn Stephens, dstephens@bsacap.org, (606) 432-2775


Back to School on a Budget

Paintsville Recreation Center
A limited amount of school supplies will be handed out to workshop participants.

Jennifer VanHoose, jvanhoose@bsacap.org, (606) 789-3641


Back to School on a Budget

Big Sandy Area Community Action Program service office at 131 Church Street, Salyersville
Workshop

Teresa Lykins, tlykins@bsacap.org, (606) 349-2217


Back to School on a Budget

60 Court Street, Allen
Career Advisor Jim Stewart will be the guest speaker. A limited amount of school supplies will be handed out to workshop participants.

Wendy Bolen, wbolen@bsacap.org, (606) 874-3595


Back to School on a Budget workshop

BSACAP service office at 478 Town Mountain Road, Pikeville
Guest Speaker Rick Branham, with Pike County Schools, will be handing out a limited amount of school supplies to workshop participants.

Dawn Stephens, dstephens@bsacap.org, 606-432-2775


Is It Time to Give Up the Keys? Dementia & Driving: Navigating the Changing Horizon

Fayette County Senior Citizens' Center, 1530 Nicholasville Rd., Lexington
This workshop examines common issues faced by persons with dementia and their families as the person loses the ability to drive safely. The presentation covers several related topics, including an overview of the disease, signs of decreasing driving skills, state driving evaluations, tips for families of people still driving, transitioning away from driving, and insistent unsafe drivers. To register, call 1-800-272-3900 or email infoky-in@alz.org .

Renee Chase
859-266-5283 or 1-800-272-3900



Preserving the Harvest: Canning and Food Preservation,”

Big Sandy Area Community Action Program's service office at 478 Town Mountain Road, Pikeville
Pike County Extension Agent Suzanne Stumbo will be the guest speaker at this free workshop sponsored by Big Sandy Area Community Action Program.

Dawn Stephens
dstephens@bsacap.org
(606) 432-2775



Preserving the Harvest: Canning and Food Preservation

Roy F. Collier Community Center, Inez
RAMP Field Program Director Melissa Stepp will be the guest speaker at this free workshop sponsored by Big Sandy Area Community Action Program.

Phyllis Walker, pwalker@bsacap.org, (606) 298-3217


Educational Talk: Cleaning Up Our Homes, Our Environment, and Our Bodies

Jun 15, 2013 2:00 P.M.-3:00 P.M.

Good Foods Market & Cafe 455 Southland Drive Lexington, KY
An interactive discussion to cover 3 main topics regarding toxins: best practices we can implement in our home to protect our family's health; lifestyle habits we can modify to lessen our impact environmentally; and how we can strengthen our bodies to meet the challenge. Presented by Sonja Gregory, Wrap Me Day Spa, sponsored by the non-profit Excelus, Inc.

fee: $1 each for Good-Foods Members,
$3 each for non-members


Pre-register up till June 15, 2013
Call 859-278-1813

Sonja Gregory, Wrap Me Day Spa, Lexington, Kentucky, 859-338-5030



Preserving the Harvest: Canning and Food Preservation

Jun 20, 2013 10:00 A.M.

Johnson County Senior Citizens Center, Paintsville
A free workshop sponsored by Big Sandy Area Community Action Program. Brenda Cockerham and Brian Jeffiers with the Johnson County Cooperative Extension Office will be the guest speakers.

Tim Lazar, tlazar@bsacap.org, 606-789-3641


Preserving the Harvest: Canning and Food Preservation

Jun 12, 2013 10:00 A.M.

Magoffin County Senior Citizens Center, Salyersville
A free workshop sponsored by Big Sandy Area Community Action Program.

Teresa Lykins, tlykins@bsacap.org, 606-349-2217


Field to Fork Festival

Jul 19, 2013 - Jul 20, 2013 All day

Halcombs Knob Farm, 430 Wallacetown Road, Paint Lick, KY 40461
Choose from full, half or hour-long workshops at this year's Field to Fork Festival! Expanded to two days of workshops, Friday, July 19 will feature six hour interactive learnshops; while Saturday, July 20 will feature two and one-hour learning sessions, as well as live demonstrations, gardening retailers, farmers' market vendors, KY Proud foods, and live entertainment by Health & Molly. Workshops are designed to give in-depth learning opportunities to gain a better insight on the basis to some of the most frequently discussed topics of small-scale non-commercial farming! Advance registration is required. All Friday workshop participants receive complimentary lunch, refreshments and Saturday festival admission free of charge, as well as a 10% on Saturday workshop fees.

Deborah Messenger, 859-925-9936, fieldtoforkfestival@gmail.com


Get a Move On! Get Active and Get Healthy!

May 13, 2013 10:00 A.M.

Roy F. Collier Community Center, Inez
Alice Gillespie with the Martin County Health Department will be the guest speaker at this free workshop sponsored by Big Sandy Area Community Action Program.

Phyllis Walker
(606) 298-3217
pwalker@bsacap.org



Learn to Earn: How to Continue Your Education

Apr 26, 2013 10:00 A.M.

Room 222, Magoffin County Building, Big Sandy Community and Technical College
Lynn Hall, BSCTC Director of Adult Education, will be the guest speaker.

Wendy Bolen
(606) 874-3595
wbolen@bsacap.org



Learn to Earn: How to Continue Your Education

Apr 18, 2013 10:00 A.M.

Roy F. Collier Community Center, Inez
Workforce Investment Act Career Advisor Kayla Jude will be the guest speaker.

Phyllis Walker
pwalker@bsacap.org
(606) 298-3217



Learn to Earn: How to Continue Your Education

Apr 15, 2013 10:00 A.M.

Magoffin County Learning Center, 109 Gardner Trail, Salyersville
Rhonda Sloan, College Access Counselor for the Commonwealth Educational Opportunity Center will offer be the guest speaker.

Teresa Lkyins
(606) 349-2217
tlykins@bsacap.org



Getting the Most out of Your Garden

Mar 29, 2013 10:00 A.M.

Johnson County Extension Office
Free informational workshop sponsored by Big Sandy Area Community Action Program. Brian Jeffiers, Johnson County Extension Agent, will be the guest speaker.

Tim Lazar
(606) 789-6515
tlazar@bsacap.org



Getting the Most out of Your Garden

Mar 27, 2013 2:00 P.M.

Roy F. Collier Community Center
Free informational workshop sponsored by Big Sandy Area Community Action Program. Melissa Stepp, RAMP Field Program Director, will be the guest speaker.

Phyllis Walker
(606) 298-3217
pwalker@bsacap.org



14th Annual Big Sandy Women's Business Symposium

Feb 26, 2013 8:30 A.M.-2:30 P.M.

Wilkinson-Stumbo Convention Center, Prestonsburg, KY
Business ownership by women is increasing rapidly, and their participation is growing in other economic activities, including business decision making, and the management of business operations. Learn more at the 14th Annual Big Sandy Women’s
Business Symposium in Prestonburg, Ky.
If

Michelle Spriggs, (606) 788-7272 - or Linda Casebolt at (6066) 432-5848


Grant Seeking: Finding Funding for Your Cause

Feb 26, 2013 8:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M.

Awesome, Inc.
Learn how to find grant opportunities that fit your charity. This workshop explores private and public funding and will equip you to pursue grant funding for your non-profit organization. Registration is $55, and space is limited to the first 20 people to register.

Laura Connell, (859) 699-9298, laura@grantservicesoflexington.com


Grant Writng: Crafting a Competitve Proposal

Mar 5, 2013 8:00 A.M.-12:00 P.M.

Awesome, Inc.
Learn how to write compelling grant proposals for your cause. Explore the elements of a standard grant proposal, find out what reviewers are looking for in a proposal and learn how to make yours stand above the rest. Space is limited to the first 20 people to register online at http://www.grantservicesoflexington.com/Grant_Workshops.html.

Laura Connell, (859) 699-9298, laura@grantservicesoflexington.com


East Kentucky Beekeeping School

Jan 19, 2013 8:30 A.M.-3:30 P.M.

First Federal Center Building on the campus HCTC
Winter Beekeeping School for beginners as well as advanced beekeepers

Charles May, (606) 436-2044,cmay@uky.edu


Interactive Wellness Workshop

Oct 29, 2012 6:00 P.M.

Location: 2387 Professional Heights Plaza Suite 10 Lexington, KY 40503 (Behind Trader Joe’s)
Interactive Wellness Workshop
This week’s topic: Moms are you poisoning your family?
Let’s take a look at your pantry!

October 29th
Registration: 6 p.m., Workshop: 6:30-7:30 p.m.




Please RSVP @ www:IDFHLex.com or call 859-967-9486

859-967-9486 phone; 888-767-7208 fax



Supporting Autism 24/7 Workshop Training

Nov 5, 2012 8:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M.

Jenny Wiley State Park, 419 Jenny Wiley Drive, Prestonsburg, KY 41653
The University of Louisville KY Autism Training Center presents"Supporting Autism 24/7". Upon completion of this training parents and professionals will learn ways to: design a supportive home environment for individuals on the autism spectrum, develop strategies for going into the community with individuals on the autism spectrum, understand functions of behavior and how to develop strategies based on those specific functions.

Lunch will be provided

Registration Fee:
$35 - Family Members, Full Time Students, Instructional Assistants
$50 - Educators and Other Professionals

Register to attend this training online at: http://louisville.edu/education/kyautismtraining/events/KATC_workshop-registration


Diandre Glover-Thomas, (502)852-4631, katc@louisville.edu


Interactive Wellness Workshop

Oct 18, 2012 6:00 P.M.-7:30 P.M.

Location: JoyRich Healthcare Centers 2387 Professional Heights Plaza, Suite 10 Lexington, KY 40503 (Behind Trader Joe’s)
This week’s topic: Eating Clean Diet Principles

Please RSVP @ www:IDFHLex.com or call 859-967-9486



859-967-9486 phone; 888-767-7208 fax



Lead Like Jesus Workshop

Oct 27, 2012 8:30 A.M.-12:00 P.M.

NorthEast Christian Church, 990 Starshoot Pkwy, Lexington, KY
People of faith and anyone else searching for a relevant and effective role model for their own day-to-day leadership will be challenged as never before to look at Jesus in a new and life-changing way. You will learn about the barriers to effective leadership and the power of the heart, head, hands, and habits of leading like Jesus.
The Lead Like Jesus workshop is for leaders, teachers, parents, and anyone else interested in taking their personal and corporate leadership skills to the next level! Register for this free event at lljlexington.eventbrite.com.

Fred Waggoner
859-223-7972



E-Book Workshop

Sep 28, 2012 6:00 P.M.

Perry County Public Library
The library will hold an e-Book workshop for those who need help with e-Book downloads or would like to learn more about using e-Books. All ages are welcome.



rob mullins
436-2475 ext 225



Divorce Recovery Workshop

Sep 24, 2012 - Nov 5, 2012 7:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M.

Immanuel Baptist Church, 3100 Tates Creek Road, Lexington
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

DIVORCE RECOVERY WORKSHOP
September 24th-November 5th

This seven week recovery experience features Divorce Recovery Specialist, Dr. James Stillwell. Topics include:
• Identity
• Forgiveness
• Assuming new responsibilities
• Letting go
• Coping skills
• Co-parenting

Workshops are for divorced / separated persons of all ages. Sessions are available for preschoolers (ages 6 weeks – 6 years), children (ages 7 – Grade 5), and dependent upon pre-registration numbers, we also plan to offer a teen workshop for Grades 6 – 12. One parent’s participation in the adult workshop is mandatory for children 5th grade and under.

Suggested donation for first-time adult participant is $75 if pre-registered by September 17th. Suggested donation for the children’s program is $15 per family if registered by September 10th. Scholarships are available for those with financial needs.

Stephanie Ritchey
Recreation & Adult Life Ministries
859-685-3337



Woodland Owners Short Course

Aug 25, 2012 8:30 A.M.-4:30 P.M.

Cedarmore Camp
The WOSC is run on a regional basis with a full Saturday program in the East, Central, and West regions of the state.
The regional programs have been developed by local planning committees with local needs in mind and cover a wide variety of subjects. Some topics covered include: how to receive a fair price when you sell timber, making your woodlands wildlife friendly, wild boar issues, tree id, tree planting, emerald ash borer and much more (see brochure). The WOSC is one of the best woodland educational opportunities available in the state for woodland owners; however, anyone with an interest in forestry or wildlife will benefit from attending.

The WOSC will be held in 3 locations in August (August 4 -- Whitley Co.; August 11 -- Marshall Co.; August 25 -- Franklin and Shelby Co. This program is a great opportunity for families to learn how to enhance their woodlands and get the most from their ownership experience. Most woodland owners are not aware of the wide variety of organizations and programs available to help them care for their woodlands. The primary mission of the WOSC is to assist Kentucky’s woodland owners in the care and management of their woodland resource.

More than ten Kentucky forestry, wildlife, and natural resource organizations work in partnership to plan, and conduct the WOSC. http://www.ca.uky.edu/forestryextension/WOSC.php



Renee' Williams 859.257.7597


Kentucky Federation of Republican Women Biennial convention

Aug 17, 2012 - Aug 18, 2012 1:00 P.M., 8:00 A.M.

Clarion Hotel, 1950 Newtown Pike, Lexington, KY
Press Release - for immediate release
August 8, 2012
Lexington, KY
Contact: Cheryl Feigel, 859-509-2906


The Kentucky Federation of Republican Women will host its biennial convention at the Clarion Hotel, 1950 Newtown Pike, Lexington, KY on August 17-18, 2012. Educational and leadership training will be provided to include workshops on Attracting Young Women to Republican Clubs, Fundraising Ideas, Working with the Media, Changing the Tax Structure in KY and others topics. Awards for outstanding club achievement will be presented and new KFRW state officers will be elected. You must be a member of a Federated club to attend these events. Senator Rand Paul will be the keynote speaker at a dinner on Saturday evening and the public is invited to attend. Tickets for the dinner are $65.00 per person and can be purchased online. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit www.kentuckyrepublicanwomen.org/convention or call 859-509-2906.

Cheryl Feigel
859-509-2906



29th Annual Meeting the Challenges and Opportunites of Aging

May 19, 2012 8:30 A.M.-2:30 P.M.

Crestwood Christian Church 1882 Bellefonte Drive Lexington, KY
29th Annual Meeting the Challenges and Opportunites of Aging will be a fun and informational day with excellent speakers, exhibits, food, and friendship. Crestwood Christian Church is an accessible facility with on-site parking. The 2012 Conference will offer workshops emphasizing health and wellness, education, policy and fun things to do.

Registration deadline is May 10, 2012

For more information:
www.challengesofaging.com
(859) 257-5582




Quickbooks Workshop

May 22, 2012 5:00 P.M.-7:00 P.M.

Big Sandy Technical College 120 S Riverfill Drive Pikeville, KY 41501
This FREE workshop is for business owners or prospective business owners who are interested in finding out how the Quickbooks Accounting Software Program can help their business.
Quickbooks makes it easy for business owners to get customers, get paid, pay employees, and track sales as well as expenses. Millions of small businesses have made Quickbooks their resource for key services they need to start a business, manage a business, and grow a business. Quickbooks provides easy online payroll, affordable credit card processing, and easy financial software to make business management tasks easier. Quickbooks makes it easy to manage your business from your office, home, or anywhere you are.
Topics that will be discussed:
• Payroll
• Tracking Sales, Invoices and Expense
• Printing Checks and Invoices
• Business Reports
• Inventory


Register online at www.ksbdc.org

606-432-5848



Lead Like Jesus Leadership Encounter Workshop

Jun 2, 2012 8:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M.

NorthEast Christian Church, 990 Starshoot Parkway, Lexington, KY
The Leadership Encounter Workshop will introduce you to the transformational process of becoming a servant leader.
You will be challenged as never before to look at Jesus in a new and life-changing way. You will learn about the barriers to effective leadership and the power of leading like Jesus.
Registration is $39 per person if you register before May 24th and $45 if you register after that date.
Register at lljlexington.eventbrite.com.

Fred Waggoner
859-223-7972



ON SEEING: Photography & Bookmaking with Dobree Adams

Arts & Cultural Center, 117 North Water St. Georgetown
Dobree Adams will present a two-part workshop: "ON Seeing: Photography & Bookmaking". April 15 and 29. 2 - 5PM. Prior registration required. Arts & Cultural Center, 117 North Water Street,Georgetown. Call 502-570-8366.

Barbara Strippelhoff, 502-863-0909, or Jan AtLee, 502-570-8366.