OIL SPRINGS - The Oil Springs Cultural Arts and Recreation Center (OSCAR) held an open house last Friday, highlighting what they offer they community.
With volunteer support, Brenda Cockerham with the Johnson County Extension Office says the OSCAR offers classes routinely, as well as has workshops rented out for artisans. With roughly 15 artisans involved, Cockerham says there is plenty of opportunities to learn at the OSCAR.
The OSCAR is mainly for the community members from Johnson and Magoffin Counties.
While a list of new classes will be released soon, Cockerham says they are currently developing a culinary arts program to provide "Kentucky Proud" meals, as well as hopes to establish a four-year degree program in the future.
The Independent will release information on upcoming classes, as well as the status of the culinary arts program as it becomes available.