News briefs, March 14
The Soul of 2nd St. Festival is tentatively scheduled for Aug. 10. The date was incorrect in a story printed Wednesday.
Local artist featured at Carnegie Center
Kathleen O’Brien’s art will be featured at the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning, 251 W. Second St. in Lexington, for a special exhibit. “Atlas of the Year: Sojourner Maps to Being in the Right Place at the Right Time” will be up through April 17 at the center. She describes the installation as 24 pieces “depicting the cosmic year as a four-season, four-direction, cross-cultural celebration,” and says it explores the ability of art to encompass global entwining of time and space. “Which, once understood, allows us to energetically be in the right place at the right time,” O’Brien says.
On Friday, from 5 to 8 p.m., an opening reception will be held. To find out more about the artist, classes she offers online and view her art, visit kathleen-obrien.com.
Junction City Council — 7 p.m. tonight (March 14) at the Junction City Community Center.
Boyle County Republican Party — 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday, March 21 at Boyle County Public Library, 307 West Broadway. For this month’s meeting we will be hearing from Aaron Dukette, Kentucky State Director, for the U.S. Term Limits organization. While the Boyle County Republican party neither endorses nor opposes term limits, we feel an important part of our mission is to inform the voter base. This meeting is open to all.