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LIFE = Learning, Inspiration, Friendship, and Enrichment

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

Monthly LIFE Fliers (PDF):
December 2017
January 2018
February 2018

December 2017

  • December 6 —  Christmas Cuisine in India
    Usha Dontharaju cooks us up some samples of holiday food Indian style from soup to nuts.
  • December 13 —  Christmas Caroling with Jen
    “Here we come a-wassailing among the leaves so green.” Bring your singing voice and learn caroling trivia with musician and children’s librarian, Jen Crouse.
  • December 20 - No Workshop to Be Held
  • December 27 - No Workshop to Be Held

January 2018

  • January 3 - No Workshop to Be Held
  • January 10 — Elvis in East Texas: The Origins of the King
    Elvis not only walked in Memphis, but also in the Lone Star State. Celebrate Presley’s birthday (January 8, 1935) by learning about his Texas connection with rock and roll historian Steve Davis of LSC-Kingwood.
  • January 17 — Paper Flowers
    Nicole Gibson guides you through easy and economical steps to creating dazzling paper flowers.
  • January 24 — Key West Travels
    Librarian Rachel Renick will feature Conch Republic tales of the fun activities that modern-day Key West has to offer. Key West reopened to tourists after Hurricane Irma so information will be shared about current conditions in the area.
  • January 31 — Discover the Revitalizing Power of Light
    Dr. Shonye Talor of renewu4life.com shows us her polychromatic light therapy equipment and describes its many benefits including brain healing and skin rejuvenation. Experience free light therapy sessions.

February 2018

  • February 7 — Local History with Cypress Top’s Jay Gavitt
    Learn about the early history of our Cypress area. Celebrate African-American History Month by delving into stories about famous local families such as the Whitfields and the Solomans.
  • February 14 — Boy Meets Girl . . .
    Writer Julie Herman explores how writers tell stories and gives us concrete ideas on how to formulate a plot based on universal storylines.
  • February 21 — Royal Chocolate Extravaganza
    Chocolate lovers Carol Ann Maurer and Claire Gunnels make the case that chocolate is a food group. Come prepared to vote on your favorite chocolate flavor.
  • February 28 — Stem Cell Breakthroughs
    Stem cell therapy is no longer a pipe dream—it is being utilized today to improve such conditions as joint pain and arthritis without surgery. LSCS Chemistry Professor Lou Cruz discusses why she is living proof that it works.

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Maintained by: C. Gunnels-Assistant Director for Adult Services & Staff Training