Published on: April 08, 2009Featuring all things artistic, Humble ISD's Fine Arts Festival will include fun for the whole family.
In its fifth year on the Lone Star College-Kingwood campus, the Fine Arts Festival continues to grow. The festival will be held on Saturday April 25, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is free and open to the whole community. Activities will be held in both the Fitness Center (FTC) and the Student Center/Fine Arts Building (SFA).
Hands-on creation stations will be a hit with the kids. Some of the fun activities children will have a chance to work on and take home include paper models, crafts and painting fun.
Other events going on throughout the day include musical performances by elementary students from across the district; a juried student art exhibit with over 750 pieces of art by elementary, middle school and high school students; mini dance workshops by LSC-Kingwood dance students and instructors; and a silent auction. A Scholastic book fair will also run throughout the day and feature reading material of interest to all ages.
For lunch or just a snack Triggs will be selling mouth-watering concessions and drinks throughout the day.
The event is sponsored by LSC-Kingwood, Humble ISD Education Foundation and the Humble ISD Elementary Fine Arts Department. For more information, call 281-312-1532 or go to humbleisd.net.
Register today for May Mini-term (May 11-29), Summer Term I (June 1-July 7), Summer Term II (July 9-Aug. 13) and Fall (Aug. 24-Dec. 13). Students can register in one of three ways: phone, online or on campus. Classes are offered days, evenings, or weekends in traditional, Internet, video, TV and independent study formats. Current students can register by telephone at 281-519-6625. Former and current students can register online at Kingwood.LoneStar.edu/registration.
For general information about Lone Star College-Kingwood, call 281-312-1600 or visit our Web site at Kingwood.LoneStar.edu.
Lone Star College System consists of five colleges, including Cy-Fair, Kingwood, Montgomery, North Harris, and Tomball, six centers and the Lone Star College-University Center. With over 50,000 students, it is the largest college system in the Houston area, and third largest community college district in Texas.