Lunch & Learn

You are invited to "brown bag it" for the Carnegie Center's Lunch & Learn series. Bring your lunch and enjoy an entertaining and educational program on the third Tuesday of each month.

All programs are free and everyone is welcome!
Please note that the Lunch & Learn program has moved to the third Tuesday of each month.


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Tuesday, July 19, 12 - 1 pm
Lunch & Learn: "The Indiana Wilderness Road, a Retracement Survey of the Indiana Buffalo Trace"
presented by David Ruckman, P.L.S.

Professional surveyor David Ruckman retraces the old Wilderness Road that extended from Kentucky, through Indiana, and into Illinois and was once part of an old buffalo trace. This will be Ruckman's contemporary account of following in the footsteps of this old passage way.

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Tuesday, August 16, 12 - 1 pm
Lunch & Learn: "Seriously Marking Time" presented by Jeanne M. Burke, Clark County Historian
The site of the old toothpaste factory in Clarksville is home to one of the world's largest clocks and formerly an old prison, the Indiana Reformatory South. Program is in support of the Carnegie Center's "Marking Time" exhibition.

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Tuesday, September 20, 12 - 1 pm
Lunch & Learn: The Hill Sisters of Louisville, presented by Jessica Stavros, Director at Culbertson Mansion State Historic Site, New Albany, IN
The Hill Sisters are famous for writing the music and later penning the words to the world's most famous song..."Happy Birthday." Stavros will present new research into the sister's pioneering activities as advocates for early childhood education.

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Tuesday, October 18, 12 - 1 pm
Lunch & Learn about Kentucky Opera, with Maestro Joseph Mechavich
A presentation by Maestro Joseph Mechavich who became the Kentucky Opera's artistic director in 2015 and has been the opera's principal conductor since 2010.

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Tuesday, November 15, 12 - 1 pm
Lunch & Learn: "Murder Most Foul: The Curious Case of Thomas Overbury, the man who looked like Shakespeare, and the most notorious scandal of the Jacobean Court"
In celebration of the Frazier History Museum's hosting of "First Folio: The Book that Gave us Shakespeare," University of Louisville professor Matthew Biberman will present this program.

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