LIFE: Learning, Inspiration, Fellowship, and Enrichment

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

Monthly LIFE Fliers (PDF):
September 2015
October 2015

September 2015

  • September 2 — Magic with Ceramics
    Gather round the potter’s wheel with professor and sculptor Suzanne Shield-Polk. See the ceramics studio and hear what makes our program special. Meet in the ART 117 Ceramics Studio
  • September 9 — The Political Woman of 20th Century Houston
    LSC-CyFair History Professor Thomas Kelly delves into the origin and evolution of the female politician in Houston and Galveston. Promoting the library exhibition on women’s suffrage from Humanities Texas.
  • September 16 — A Close-up View of Texas Woman Suffrage
    Texas A & M - Commerce Assistant Professor of History Jessica Brannon-Wranosky explores how women’s activity in Texas influenced and brought about women’s suffrage not only in Texas, but also around the world. Promoting the library exhibition on women’s suffrage from Humanities Texas.
  • September 23 — Beauty and Health Concoctions in Your Home
    Open up your pantry to see the possibilities of better skin and health using everyday products with Reference Assistant Diona West.
  • September 30 — Fusion Fare That’s Good for You
    Librarian Valerie Davis puts the "Tex" in Mediterranean vegetarian food. Enjoy healthful baked falafel, tabbouleh, and chickpea soup with a south of the border twist.

October 2015

  • October 7 — Galveston, Oh Galveston
    Gulf Coast Reads title selection is The Promise by Ann Weisgarber. The author of this wonderful historical novel talks about her research and impressions of how the Great Storm of 1900 changed the face of Galveston and Houston forever. Book signing follows.
  • October 14 — Is It the End of the World as We Know It?
    “A world-altering hurricane called Artificial Intelligence is on the way,” says writer Tim Urban. ( Patrick Gunnels takes a global look at AI and some of his discoveries may wake you up to its potential for vast good or vast evil.
  • October 21 — Sweet Evelina and Other Texas Dance-Hall Music
    Get your toes to tapping with the help of 12-year-old musician, Emme Jennings, on piano and fiddle (violin). Relive some of the music in Gulf Coast Reads selection The Promise by Ann Weisgarber. You may even get to see a short dance-hall demo by Kelly Norton and Gary Faulkenberry. Meet in ARTS Recital Hall 102.
  • October 28 — Happy Hallowpalooza
    See edible creepy, crawly, spooky Halloween creatures concocted before your very eyes with Donny Jansen, our culinary webmaster at the college.

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