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Classes Cancelled

All classes are cancelled beginning at 3:00 pm today. Normal schedule will resume on Saturday.  

LSC-Kingwood News

  • The Eclectic Voices of Kingwood (Evok) earned a stellar reputation via its performances with various superstars. Evok’s latest work with Josh Groban showcased their incredible talent, which caught the attention of Sarah Brightman’s team. Based on their exceptional performance, the choir will sing back up for the Broadway star on Feb. 25 at 8 p.m. at the Smart Financial Centre in Sugar Land.

  • The Civil Rights Movement is among the most significant causes that have occurred in America. While some relive their own experiences, many have learned about the movement through parents, grandparents, and textbooks. To bring additional awareness to this important topic, Dr. Bernard LaFayette, a civil rights leader, will present “After Selma” at Lone Star College-Kingwood.

  • The Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL) at Lone Star College-Kingwood recently held its spring open house at the East Montgomery County Improvement District in New Caney. The program is celebrating its 15th anniversary by donating money to Mission Northeast.  For more information on the ALL Program, visit lonestar.edu/all-kingwood.

  • Pat Chandler, (right), continuing education director and ALL program manager at LSC-Kingwood, presented a monetary donation to Pam Dickson Singletary, executive director of Mission Northeast. Members donated the money in honor of the Academy for Lifelong Learning’s (ALL) 15th anniversary. For more information on the ALL Program, visit lonestar.edu/all-kingwood.

  • Anyone interested in obtaining their bachelor or graduate degrees are invited to attend Lone Star College-Kingwood’s Transfer Fair. The free college fair will take place on Feb. 7 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Student Conference Center Atrium. Colleges and universities across the state will attend to help people meet their academic goals. This event is open to the community.

  • Diversity is a popular topic in a variety of subjects such as politics, arts, education, and life. To better understand this important matter, the Student Services Division at Lone Star College-Kingwood created its Diversity Series. This new program will feature a variety of diversity-related events throughout spring 2019. The first event this semester, “Why Diversity and Place Matter,” will take place on Feb. 19 at 12:30 p.m. in the Student Conference Center.

  • Black History Month is a time to learn, celebrate, and highlight achievements and events that are rooted in the African American culture. Lone Star College-Kingwood’s Student Services department invites students, employees and the community to participate in free activities during its annual Black History Month celebration in February.

  • Adults age 50 and older seeking new friends and new interests are invited to join Lone Star College-Kingwood’s Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL). The program offers a multitude of free and low-cost classes and events for retired, semi-retired, and working seniors. “The ALL program offers non-credit courses, lectures, and social activities for continued intellectual and personal growth.

  • LSC-Kingwood to host various events in February

  • Lone Star College-Kingwood’s talented music faculty invites the community to the 21st annual “Stellar Evening.” The faculty will perform a variety of selections on Jan. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the Music Instructional Building Recital Hall. Parking is available in lot G on Kingwood Place Drive. A few of this year’s performers are: Kristine Hertzenberg, Kelli Estes, Dr. Todd Miller, Dr. Robert Hunt, Ernesto Vega, and Marvin Sparks.

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