Join Sullivan University on Saturday December 2nd at 9:30 am for their Open House. You’ll have the opportunity to learn about financial aid eligibility and experience campus tours.
Lemons Mill Elementary day at Barnes and Noble is December 2 at 9 am. Come hear your teachers and staff read stories, see art in the cafe from LME students, and more! ALL K-12 Teachers also receive a discount on this day. A portion of what is sold in-store on December 2 and 3rd, and online for the following week, comes back to LME to support the school!
UK All-State Audition Workshop for Oboe, Flute, Trumpet and Trombone is December 3 at Lafayette High School at 4 pm. The event will include a large-group seminar and breakout sessions with individual faculty members on your instrument.
Santa Cares is a special sensory friendly event for kids with special needs and their families to enjoy a visit and photos with Santa in a calming environment. Sunday, December 3rd from 9 am to 11 am at Santa’s Workshop in the Dillard’s Court of Fayette Mall.
Hamburg resident Connie Handman will be signing her new children’s book at NorthEast Christian Church, 990 Star Shoot Pkwy, December 3rd from 9am to 12 pm Both books are considered “inspirational” and focus on providing the next generation with “entertaining recreation with a divine destination. But to reach them, we must first teach them.”
On December 7 enjoy an evening in the Living Arts & Science Center planetarium as you journey to distant planets, explore galaxies and discover nebula, white dwarfs, and sky lore. The experience starts at 6 pm. (362 N Martin Luther King Blvd)
Nate’s Coffee on National is hosting a Gingerbread House Decorating Class December 9 at 2 pm. Kids 7 and up are invited to decorate a gingerbread house, a snowman macaron, and a holiday wreath! Take everything you make home with you!
Family University provides learning opportunities to engage and empower parents, promote families as schools’ allies in fostering students’ success. December 9 at 1:30 pm at Frederick Douglass High School FamU will be focusing on college prep, financial aid and more.
The Kentucky Reptile Expo is coming to the Lexington Convention Center December 9 at 10 am. The Kentucky Reptile Expo features captive bred reptiles and supplies from some of the top breeders in the country.
Children’s Christmas Card Calligraphy Class is December 13 at 6:30 at the Summit at Fritz Farm, at The Barn, children’s workshop where kids will learn the basics of calligraphy as they create their own holiday themed card.
Hamburg resident Connie Handman will be signing her new children’s book at 195 Life Lane on Friday, December 15th from 9:30 am 3:00 pm. Both books are considered “inspirational” and focus on providing the next generation with “entertaining recreation with a divine destination. But to reach them, we must first teach them.”
Lexington Royal Princess Ball is December 17 at 9 am at the Griffin Gate Marriott. The Lexington Royal Princess Ball is an afternoon of magical fun for the whole family, brought to you by Dream Parties! You’ll get an amazing opportunity to meet and greet your favorite Princesses.
All aboard for the Polar Express! Enjoy a classic holiday movie from the comfort of your own cardboard train car. Please bring a cardboard box large enough for your little one to sit in; all other materials will be provided. Fun holiday sweaters, pajamas, hats, socks, etc. are highly encouraged. Ages 2-6. Registration required. Eastside Public Library.
Winter break starts December 20 for Fayette County Public Schools. Classes resume January 3.
The Living Arts & Science Center is offering Day classes over winter break for ages 3 to 18. The first class starts December 20.
Paul Miller Ford invites you and your family to celebrate the spirit of the season by enjoying a special Story Time and Cookies with Santa on Wednesday, December 20, from 4PM – 7PM at the Ford showroom on East New Circle Road. Make sure to bring a new, unwrapped toy to donate to children of Lexington in exchange for a picture with Santa! Toy donations will be accepted up to the date of the event.
This article also appears on page 12 of the December 2017 printed edition of the Hamburg Journal.
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