Notice of Public Meetings

1227 Westen St., Bowling Green, KY  42104  •  270-842-4281  •


Contact: Bill Oldham, Executive Director

Office 270-842-4281

[email protected]

Notice of public meetings

January 12, 2023

Community Education of Bowling Green/Warren County holds monthly Advisory Council meetings and bi-monthly Board of Directors meetings. Under Kentucky Open Meeting laws, these meetings are open to any member of the public who would like to attend. Public comments can be made with prior notice to the Executive Director or the Board Chairperson. All meetings will be held in the Community Education conference room, at 1227 Westen Street, Bowling Green, KY, 42104 unless otherwise noted. Due to COVID-19 protocols, Advisory Council and Board meetings are typically “hybrid” meetings, meaning a combination of in-person and computer, or entirely remote via computer. The meeting schedules for each are listed below. If a meeting date and/or time has to be changed, a notification will be sent out.


Community Education Advisory Council 2023 meetings (Council meetings are scheduled to begin at 3:30 p.m. Central Time)

Tuesday, February 14

Tuesday, March 14

Tuesday, April 4

Tuesday, May 9

June – no meeting due to Stand for Children’s Day

Tuesday, July 11

Tuesday, August 8

Tuesday, September 10

Tuesday, October 10

Tuesday, November 14

Tuesday, December 13 (December meeting often canceled for Holiday party)


Community Education Board of Directors 2023 meetings (Board meetings are scheduled to begin at 7:30 a.m. Central Time)

Thursday, March 9

Thursday, May 11

Thursday, July 13

Thursday, September 14

Thursday, November 9



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About Community Education of Bowling Green, Warren County: Created in 1973, Community Education of Bowling Green, Warren County collaborates with other agencies and organizations to provide lifelong learning for our citizens while utilizing existing physical and human resources and not duplicating other efforts. An interlocal agreement between both local school districts and Warren County Fiscal Court sustains the agency.

Community Education has grown to provide before and after-school programs for hundreds of children and youth on school days during the academic year and at all-day programs offered during school breaks. Enrichment classes for adults cover a variety of subjects including fine arts (art, dance, and music), crafts, cooking, computers, finance, fitness, foreign language, history, recreation, sewing, sports, occasional online classes, and more. Community Education offers volunteer opportunities and training for adults to go into schools to work with children and to assist with local events. The agency also works very closely with Volunteers in Action to train volunteer managers and to recognize the volunteers within our region.

Community Education is a proud partner of the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce, the Kentucky Nonprofit Network, and Vision, a multi-agency council in Warren County.

For more information on Community Education go to or visit our Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter pages.

50th Anniversary Celebrations- TBD

Teen Angel’s Donation Blast – THIS FRIDAY!


Friday, Dec. 2

6 a.m. – 4 p.m.


Benefitting teenagers who are enrolled in a BGISD or WCPS at Christmas and throughout the year!


2022 Starbucks Foundation Neighborhood Grant recipient

We are honored to be a recipient once again. The local Starbucks locations have been tremendous supporters of ours and of Teen Angel. A huge thank you is due to Maria Jones and her championing our causes.


Fall 2022 classes AVAILBLE NOW!


Our Fall Enrichment class list appeared in the Daily News on Sunday, August 7.  You can also check out the full-page ad of our monthly class listings in the SOKY Happenings, you can find copies around town or here in our office.

Be sure to check our website at for the latest updates. Our class offerings are a mix of online and in-person.

Remember, to “live a little, learn A LOT!”

2022 Blockbusters at the Ballpark- MOVIE Announcement


When we hear about tragedies like the recent ones in Buffalo and Uvalde, we are overwhelmed with emotions. Our hearts are heavy as we embrace the victim’s families from afar.

In addition to great sadness, anger, and the other emotions we feel, our thoughts also turn to make sure our families are as safe as possible. The safety of your children is the number one priority of everyone involved in our school-age programs. We do the same safety drills in Extreme Summer Club as we do during the school year, including lockdown/lockout practice. I hope you have seen first-hand the other daily safety measures we have in place.

Please contact me or the Camp Directors Erin Lightfoot and Jarrod Shive if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you for trusting us with your children, a responsibility we take very seriously.

Bill Oldham

Executive Director, Community Education


2022 Memorial Day – CLOSED

Our office and Extreme Summer Club will be CLOSED on Monday, May 30 in observance of Memorial Day. We hope you all have a safe weekend.

We will reopen at normal hours on Tuesday.

We look forward to serving you then.