Pegasus Night 2019 was a resounding success! At the event, we offered sign-ups for several exciting activities. We want to extend the opportunity to register for any (or all) of these unique activities. Greater than the goal of raising funds to support LCA, these activities exist to hone skills, learn from each other, and build community.
Book Club—Thursday, April 25
$15 one-time participation fee; Adults only
Join LCA parents, grandparents, and friends for a monthly discussion. The first book will be Wendell Berry’s Hannah Coulter. Future books and meeting times to be agreed upon by participants. Once registered, you will receive an email with further details.
Creative Writing Workshop—Tuesday, April 16 & 23
$30/participant for 2 sessions; Grades 4-12 only
This is an affordable opportunity for your student(s) to receive specialized attention in creative writing. Students in grades 4-12 can hone their writing skills during Ms. Castaneda’s two-part creative writing workshop. Ms. Castaneda is LCA’s lead second grade teacher AND a published writer and poet. The workshop will meet over two weeks in April: Tuesday, April 16 and Tuesday, April 23 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. at the Douglass Campus. Limited to 10 students. Sign up today!
Nature Exploration in Cherokee Park—Saturday, May 11 - FULL!
$25/family for 1 session; All ages
Nail it! CooKing Class - FULL!
Pegasus Salon Lecture Series—Wednesday, April 10, 17, & 24
$20 per session or a discounted $50 for all 3 sessions; Adults only
Here’s your chance to be a student again but without the expensive tuition payments! You do not want to miss the opportunity to hear these talented LCA parents deliver one-off lectures on compelling topics in their respective fields of study. Each lecture will be held on a Wednesday evening in April, in an intimate setting, with light snacks and drinks included. Sign up to attend one, two, or all three of the lectures.
Sacred Skins: The Making and Meaning of a Medieval Manuscript delivered by Dr. Andrew Rabin, Professor and Vice Chair, University of Louisville Department of English on Wednesday, April 10 at 7:30 p.m.
The Stolen(?) Traditions of the Troubadours delivered by Dr. Geof Sage, expert in Islamic studies, PhD from University of Exeter on Wednesday, April 17 at 7:30 p.m.
Feminist Philosophy: What it is and What it Does delivered by Dr. Lauren Freeman, Associate Professor, University of Louisville Department of Philosophy on Wednesday, April 24 at 7:30 p.m.
Penelope’s Knitting Circle
$40/participant for 6 sessions; Adults only
Only TWO spots left! Whether you are a beginner or experience knitter, join us for six sessions at the Woodbourne campus. Open to women AND men and led by primary drama teacher, Carolan Brown, the knitting circle is sure to be a time of skill- and community-building. Session dates/times to be determined. Once registered, you will receive an email with further details.
Spa Night at Ms. Cornell’s—Friday, April 26
$25 for 1 session; Adults only
What’s better than drinks and conversation with friends after a long week? This event, hosted by Ms. Cornell and led by LCA parent, Bela Sage, includes Younique skincare masks, lotions, cleansers, skin consultations, and fun with the LCA community. Date: Friday, April 26 at 7:30 p.m. Location will be sent via email.
$25 for 1 session; Students of all ages
"A cup of tea is an excuse to share great thoughts with great minds." ~ Christina Re. Eight lucky LCA students will have the opportunity to enjoy tea, homemade tea treats, and lively conversation with LCA's academic dean, Mrs. Proietti. Fancy dress is encouraged! Date to be determined. Limited to 8 students.