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Fall Schedule Is OPEN For Registration

Fall Schedule is OPEN for Registration

What’s New for the Fall? A LOT!!

Hot off the presses and headed to a mailbox near you!! Our fall schedule features No School Day Classes for kids ages pre-k to high school. Full and partial day schedules available for Fall Break, Election Day, Thanksgiving Break, Winter and New Years Break.

Adults will find Crafts on Tap, a fun evening of social crafting with friends and refreshments (ages 21+). Workshops in ceramics, astronomy, cooking, dance and Kentucky crafts (ages 18+)

Pre-K Arts Days, Tuesdays at 10am, are a great time to experience art stories and activities in the art gallery with our 3 and under friends. Pre-K Art Day is FREE, but pre-registration is required.

There’s a new lineup of Discovery Saturdays, now with $5 admission that INCLUDES a family workshop, planetarium show and monthly themed activities for the whole family.

Discovery Nights are full of community guests presenting on some of our favorite topics, wild animals, NASA, Mammal bones and festivals around the world. Each Discovery Night now features a planetarium show.

Speaking of planetarium shows, checkout the fall lineup of planetarium shows. New titles every Friday with showtimes at 6pm and 7pm. Join us for Farish After Dark (starting in October) with stargazing tours, special guests and more.

Opening September 19 at Gallery Hop, the Marksbury Discovery Science Exhibit is all NEW!! Expedition Odyssey: Exploring Extreme Habitats will take you on journey through habitats around the world and the diverse life forms supported by these unique and diverse ecosystems.

Save the date, November 1 5-9pm for the annual Dia de los Muertos // Day of the Dead Festival. A colorful and lively celebration of life steeped in the traditions of Mexico, and parts of Central and South America. The festival includes traditional dance, music, crafts and food available for purchase. A candlelight parade leads guests to an exhibition of altars in the Old Episcopal Burying Ground. New to the festival this year, we welcome our friends from the Lexington Children’s Theatre with excerpts from the original play, la ofrenda, by Jose Casas.

There’s lots to do and see at the Living Arts & Science Center. We hope you’ll visit soon.

 

 

 

 

 

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