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LSC-Kingwood News

  • The King of Rock and Roll’s time in Texas is the next topic of discussion at the Humble Museum. The Lone Star College Center for Local and Oral History presents, “Elvis in East Texas: The Origins of the King” on June 22 from 7-8 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. The audience will hear stories of Elvis’s earliest performances in small clubs and towns in East Texas.

  • The Kingwood Big Band will celebrate America’s birthday early with its fifth annual Patriotic Celebration Concert on Saturday, June 24 at Lone Star College-Kingwood. The concert, sponsored by the Rotary Club of East Montgomery County, will take place at 2 p.m. in the college’s Student Conference Center. The band will perform patriotic favorites and jazz music from the Big Band era in honor of the Independence Day Holiday.

  • Lone Star College-Kingwood’s Career Services thanks local businesses for attending its Community Job Fair on May 17.

  • While graduations are known as a family affair, many celebrate just one graduate. However, that was not the case for one Atascocita family. On May 13, Amy Potter and her son, Grahm, graduated from Lone Star College-Kingwood. Amy earned an associate of applied science degree. Grahm earned an associate of science degree, one day after he graduated from Quest Early College High School.

  • LSC-Kingwood invite community to June events

  • Since the ninth grade, area high school students took on the challenge to earn several college credits while completing their required high school studies. The determined group sacrificed the normal high school experiences, such as sports, student clubs and associations, to prepare for their educational future. With their hard work, dedication and families’ support, 164 Splendora, Quest, and Infinity Early College High School students successfully completed all required college courses.

  • LSC-Kingwood Summer 2017 Schedule

  • Toe-tapping performances and quality entertainment are sure to draw a big crowd to Lone Star College-Kingwood’s annual Kingwood Kabaret June 1-3. Designed as a scholarship fundraiser for the college’s Theatre Department, the Kingwood Kabaret is an intimate evening of entertainment that will feature many Jazz standards and Broadway show tunes presented in a cabaret setting. This year’s theme is “Music from the Movies”, featuring famous songs featured in films and television.

  • Lone Star College-Kingwood’s Art Gallery invites the community to its next art exhibit featuring translucent Plexiglas artworks that explore themes of fragility relating to the environment. Margaret Smithers-Crump’s “In Silence” is a collection of installations and artworks that addresses the vulnerability, beauty, strength, and powerlessness of life forms and ecosystems threatened by human impact such as global warming, pollution, loss of habitat and invasive species.

  • Lone Star College-Kingwood’s Men’s Center is reaching out to the community to make sure young males are ready for life after high school. This summer, the Men’s Center will host its African American and Hispanic Institute for Males on the college campus starting June 19 with a graduation ceremony on June 22. During the four days, middle school and high school males ages 13-15 will learn life skills, interviewing skills, study history and meet mentors.

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