Three years ago, Jeanette Martinez was told she would have to quit performing and file for disability. Instead of quitting, she opened a fitness studio.
Your new year's resolutions start at your local library.
Pumpkin Rules! While you're deciding which cooking classes to take at Cooking at the Cottage, try this decadent recipe.
One of these cooking classes is sure to tempt your taste buds. Even experts can learn a trick or two.
If knowledge is power, get ready for an overload.
A program offers needy parents of elementary school-aged children free computer lessons and a free refurbished computer so they can teach their children to use them and have aid with education.
Cartooning? Guitar? Pottery? Fall registration has begun for youth art and music classes at Metro Arts Center.
Library short courses provide one stay at home mom (and a lot of seniors) with a welcome change from the day to day.
Free courses through the Louisville Free Public Library allow adults and high school students to expand their minds and explore higher education.
Get inspired about food this Fall with a variety of classes from Foxhollow Farm.
On July 17th, learn how to turn your old books into purses at the Oldham County Library.
Karen McKnight offers free YogaBall classes through the month of December to help deal with holiday stress.
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