When I was of school-going age, it was usually at about this point in the summer where I found something completely obnoxious – and often downright dangerous – to occupy my time due to total and complete boredom.
If you have a pint-sized version of yourself minutes away from setting something on fire, make sure to shove off to the St. Matthews branch of the Louisville Free Public Library next week.
Making the most of the material the Speed Art Museum folks already put to good use at their recent Art After Dark event, the Youth Apprentice program has an hour worth of fun put together for kids 6-12 years of age based on the life of Andy Warhol. (One can only speculate that there will be no mention of DeVeren Bookwalter at this workshop…)
Interested in taking part? The workshop starts at 2PM, August 3rd. Get more information here or by calling 502-574-1771.
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