Go Ahead and Make Plans to Attend Them All!
DISCOVERY NIGHTS, first Thursday of each month 6:00 – 8:00 PM
An evening of hands-on science activities for all ages. Themes change monthly and often feature special community guests, experts, animals and planetarium shows. A complimentary take home art project is always included in the fun. Click here to view a list of all upcoming Discovery Nights. $2 per person suggested donation.
DISCOVERY SATURDAY, fourth Saturday of each month 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
The 4th Saturday of every month is Discovery Saturday at the LASC! Science exhibits, art exhibits, hands-on Maker’s Space activities, planetarium shows, and fun-filled art workshops designed for all ages and skill levels. $5 general admission. Click here to view a list of all upcoming Discovery Saturdays.
H’ARTFUL OF FUN
A dazzling celebration of art and science education! Join us at the place where creativity grows for a magical evening of food, friends and fun. Enjoy Lexington’s best art auction, live and silent auctions, live music, dinner and spirits and artful surprises. All proceeds benefit the Living Arts & Science Center.
FAMILY FUN DAY
It’s springtime in the Bluegrass and a great time to explore, experiment, and get creative at the Living Arts & Science Center. Join the LASC’s teachers, staff and special guests for a FREE day of indoor and outdoor hands-on arts, science and music activities. New activities every year compliment some annual favorites like painting a car, or building a clay city. A great way to experience the many different kinds of classes and activities the LASC offers year-round.
A Lexington favorite and good vibes for all ages! Dress your best and get your dance card punched by biking the groovy downtown route and land some far-out awards and giveaways. Then get down at the Dicso after party at the LASC with funky DJ sounds, West 6th Brewing & food trucks. Can you dig it?
DIA DE LOS MUERTOS, DAY OF THE DEAD FESTIVAL, November 1st 5-9pm
The Day of the Dead Festival is a true community event bringing together individuals, groups, students and teachers from the Latino and non-Latino communities. Join the celebration and experience the rich visual, musical, dance and culinary traditions of this holiday that is celebrated in Mexico and parts of Central and South America. The Festival includes live music and dance performances, traditional food, hands-on crafts, art exhibits and a gallery talk by the artists, a candlelight parade, and an exhibition of altars in the Old Episcopal Burying Ground.