Enjoy harmonica lessons, chocolate, handwriting analysis and an American West film discussion in February at Lone Star College-Cy-Fair.
Lone Star College-Cy-Fair’s Learning, Inspiration, Fellowship, and Enrichment (L.I.F.E.) programs are free and held Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. in the library (Room 131 unless otherwise noted.)
Get down with Jason Moulenbelt for the Feb. 6 “Playing the Blues” program and learn how to play the harmonica as part of African-American History Month celebration.
Join Dell Burditt Feb. 13 for “Hearts and Chocolate” as she looks at the heart as an iconic symbol of many things from love to health.
In the Feb. 20 program “What Handwriting Reveals,” Susan Green and Claire Gunnels discuss the book “Sex, Lies, and Handwriting” by Michelle Dresbold. Can your handwriting change your life? Find out in this joint Academy for Lifelong Learning program.
History and film professor Bobby O’Brien presents the Feb. 27 program “American West in Film” to break through the stereotypes and learn how Hollywood depicts the American West.
Call the library at 281-290-3213 for L.I.F.E. program information or check the library web page online at http://cfclibrary.lonestar.edu.