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The Winter Spring 2013 Brochure is finally here and it is packed to the brim!!! Check out all the incredible workshops, classes, seminars and literary happenings scheduled in 2013 and register today.

Congratulations to the Kentucky Writers Hall of Fame’s Inaugural Six Inductees!!!


The Freshman class includes:

Harriette Arnow
William Wells Brown
Harry Caudill
Elizabeth Madox Roberts
James Still
Robert Penn Warren

Please visit the KWHoF page for more information on the selection process and the original 13 finalists.

The Carnegie Book Report Contest
In partnership with the Kentucky Horse Park Literacy Program, the Carnegie Center is proud to sponsor The Carnegie Book Report Contest. Open to all 4th-grade classrooms participating in the 2013 Kentucky Horse Park Literacy Program.KHPLPhorseshoelogolesswhite

Submission Deadline: Friday, March 1, 2013
Award Presentation: April 16, 2013 during “The Book Report” show in the Kentucky Horse Park’s Alltech Arena.
For more information and the application, check out the The Carnegie Book Report Contest page.

We’ve done it again!!! The Carnegie Center has been voted as the Best Tutoring/Learning Center in Lexington for the second year in a row by over 11,000 Lexington Family Magazine readers!!!


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The Kentucky Arts Council, the state arts agency, provides operating support to The Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.