The Book Arts League is a non-profit all-volunteer organization serving as an educational and creative community resource in preserving for the public book arts of great historical importance while fostering their use in contemporary creative work. To keep alive these traditional crafts, the League rescues, preserves, and restores the rapidly-disappearing tools and equipment of traditional book making. The League worked with the City of Lafayette to restore an historic centennial farm which the league uses as base of operations and a permanent home for their fully equipped letterpress printing studio including a collection of metal type and restored printing presses. You can find their schedule of classes on their website: