Events This Month
Native American Heritage Month
Our Stories, Our Nations. Actions through Education.
During National Native American Heritage Month, we celebrate Indigenous peoples, past and present, by supporting Tribal sovereignty and self-determination, and fostering sustainable relationships. LSC Montgomery aims to raise awareness about local tribes, fostering a lasting connection with the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe.
Kindred Spirits: Choctaw & Irish History
|Tuesday, November 7, 2023||12 - 12:45 p.m.||LSC-M, G-102||Professors Dominic Beggan & Dr. Craig Livingston discuss the events that created a connection between The Choctaw Nation and the Irish.|
|Documentary & Discussion: From Wounded Knee to Standing Rock (2019)||Wednesday, November 8, 2023||11 a.m. - 1 p.m.||LSC-M, G-102||Food is provided during the viewing of the documentary that examines the story of the 71-day armed occupation through the voices of the American Indian Movement and the FBI.|
|Respecting Cultural Heritage via Education||Thursday, November 9, 2023||12 - 1 p.m.||LSC-M, MCC - B||The Alabama-Coushatta Council Tribe members with Dr. Scott Langston discuss the importance of respecting cultural heritage via education.|
|Native American Art and Music Showcase||Wednesday, November 15, 2023||12 - 1 p.m.||LSC-M, Building C||"Lakota Lullaby" performed by the LSC-M choir, directed by Dr. Mark Marotto. Amber Stepanik, Native Artist, Educator, and Technician discusses Native American tribal regalia, history, examples, and techniques.|
|Monument Unveiling & Reception||Wednesday, November 29, 2023||12 - 2 p.m.||LSC-M, MCC Foyer||Unveiling of the monument will start at the landmarked place between buildings E & F, followed by a reception at the MCC, where attendees can enjoy a cultural performance by the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe.|
Veterans Awareness Month
We salute you. Student today, Graduate tomorrow, Veteran forever.
Veterans Day is a tribute to those who've served, initially commemorating fallen heroes as Armistice Day, marking the end of World War I. In 1954, it evolved into "Veterans Day" to honor all veterans of all wars.
We value and appreciate your service and support to our college and community.
Toys for Tots
|November - December 8, 2023||Business Hours||LSC-M, Campus Areas||Supporting the Marine Corps Toys for Tots program. Donate an unwrapped new toy or book which will make a difference to children at Christmas and beyond. Donation boxes will be placed around campus.|
Suicide Prevention Awareness
|Wednesday, November 1, 2023||11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.||LSC-M, MCC-B||Learn more about recognizing signs of distress, gain tools to have a conversation about suicide, and explore ways to offer support to those struggling with thoughts of self-harm, please join us for a Suicide Prevention Awareness seminar.|
|Food Challenge!||November - December 8, 2023||Business Hours||LSC-M, Campus Areas||Veterans' donation boxes will have their military branch insignias; put your food donations in your favorite military branch box! All food donations will benefit the LSC-M Food Pantry. Items needed: Peanut Butter, Jelly; Canned Vegetables, Meat, Beans, & Fruit/Fruit Cups; Soup, Macaroni & Cheese, Dried Pasta, Beans, &Rice, Sauce, Breakfast Items, Ramen Noodles, etc.|
|Trivia Day!||Tuesday, November 7, 2023||1 - 2 p.m.||LSC-M, Bldg. A Commons||Join in the games and celebration at LSC-M Building A Commons to have fun and learn more about our veterans through trivia!|
|Appreciation Breakfast||Wednesday, November 8, 2023||8:30 - 10:30 a.m.||We invite all our Veterans Faculty and Staff to join our Veteran Appreciation Breakfast. Invitation only.|