LIFE: Learning, Inspiration, Fellowship, and Enrichment

Meets Wednesdays @ 10:00 a.m. in library meeting room 131 unless otherwise noted.

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September 2014

  • September 3 — It’s Written in the Stars
    Astrologer Lilly Roddy gives us a short course on the fascinating discipline called astrology.
  • September 10 — Peaceful Pelicans in Our Midst
    Jeff Mohamed reveals a glimpse into the wildlife surrounding Lone Star College-CyFair.
  • September 17 — Jason’s into Leather
    Just go to Facebook and look for Diomedes and find Jason Moulenbelt’s passion: hand crafted leather goods. See first hand how leather can be transformed into wonderful, beautiful, and useful objects.
  • September 24 — Pain Free, Drug Free
    Hydrate and heal using this proven breakthrough technique. Joy Brown of Niamoves lets you try it out for free.

October 2014

  • October 1 — Sculpture and Remembrance
    The Gulf Coast Reads book Remember Ben Clayton by Stephen Harrigan deals with a father who commissions a sculpture of his son who died in World War I. Forensic sculptor, Amanda Danning, explores creativity and sculpture and what makes art memorable.
  • October 8 — Latino First Responders Panel
    Share thrilling and chilling experiences with our Hispanic First Responders Panel. Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with two police officers and an INS agent who have lived to write about their inspiring careers. Book signing follows.
  • October 15 — Turmeric: Good for You Inside and Out
    Reference Assistant Usha Dontheraju takes this lovely yellow spice and gives the inside scoop on not only its flavor, but also its super-healthful benefits.
  • October 22 — Experiments with Truth: Gandhi and Images of Nonviolence
    Tobin Becker will be discussing this upcoming Menil Collection show. The 130-work exhibition includes paintings, drawings, and photographs that explore Gandhi and his philosophy of non-violent protest. Let’s take a trip to the Menil afterwards.
  • October 29 — Black Troops in World War I and the Houston Negro Hospital
    Joseph Stephen Cullinan, one of the founders of Texaco, built the Houston Negro Hospital, now (which opened in 1927) with his own funds and dedicated it to the memory of his son, John Cullinan, who had been a white officer leading Black troops during the war. Professor Thomas Kelly winningly winds up our Gulf Coast Reads title, Remember Ben Clayton by Stephen Harrigan.

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