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    • Academy forLifelong LearningA learning organization for active adults 50 +Fall 2 0 1 1 Course S ched ule Lon eS ta r . edu/ C Y FA I R - AL L REGISTER NOW FOR *FREE CLASSES *With yearly membership fee (Details inside)
    • Academy for Lifelong Learning A learning organization for active adults 50 +Join the Academy for Lifelong Learning at Contact UsLone Star College-CyFair. LSC-CyFairThe Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL) is an organizationfor active, older adults (50+) offering classes and social 9191 Barker Cypress Rd, CASA 116activities for continued intellectual and personal growth. Cypress, Texas 77433Our $20 annual membership fee entitles you to: LoneStar.edu/cyfair-ALL• Take Academy for Lifelong Learning courses at LSC-CyFair LSCCFCE@LoneStar.edu free of charge or at a reduced fee; 291.290.3460• Participate in social activities; • Share a love of learning with people who will broaden your life;• Study under the guidance of members who represent a Important Dates wide range of expertise and life experiences; Labor Day – September 5• Share your avocation or formal training as an ALL instructor; Fall 2011 Open House – Saturday September 10 (9:30 to noon)• Develop friendships within a diverse group of people; • Be a part of a collective voice of active adults in the Thanksgiving Break – November 24-25 community; Winter Break – December 22-January 4• Use the college’s fitness room, when available, and; • Attend the college’s theater and music productions at a reduced price. Refund PolicyRegister for Fall 2011 No refunds are given for yearly Academy for Lifelong Learning membership fees. Regarding classes, • Come by CASA 116, the Continuing Education office, to get information. members must officially withdraw before class begins to receive a refund for the course fee. Otherwise, no• To register and make a payment, go to the Registration refund will be given. Material fees are not refundable. Office. Check, cash or credit card is accepted for payment.• Past members, please bring your student IDs to receive a new sticker. All classroom classes will be held in• New members will be given a voucher to take to the HSC 106 unless otherwise noted. library to get a student ID.LONE STAR COLLEGE-CYFAIR
    • Reg. # ........ Day ......Date................. Time ....................... Instructor Reg. # ........ Day ......Date................. Time ....................... Instructor MEMBERSHIP Creative Photography Enhance your digital photos with simple techniques used every LSC-CyFair ALL Membership day by professional photographers. Whether it’s “point & shoot” Attend many classes at Lone Star College-CyFair Accademy for or DSLR, some basic principles of image capture will improve your Lifelong Learning for one low fee. Some classes may require tuition. home photos and help you capture those special moments. We willAdditional event, materials or supplies fees may apply. See schedule also be showing you a wide range of print and digital productsfor details. $20 available on line to showcase your new talent.9/1/11-8/31/12 15230 Wed 14-Sep 1:30-3:00 Brenda Gunter/Don Yeakley Secrets of the LSC Library Open House Librarian Claire Gunnels will direct us through the magic of the joint Academy for Lifelong Learning LSC-CyFair - Harris County library. There is so much info available. 15249 Thurs 15-Sep 10:00-11:30 Claire Gunnels LSC-CyFair Saturday, Sept. 10 Books Without Borders Throughout the year the group will be reading books, both fiction 9:30am to noon and non-fiction, that highlight the literature, culture, environment, Conference Center 151 and politics of various parts of the world. Each month a CyFair faculty member will introduce and facilitate the conversation in Library Room 215 at 1:00 on the third Thursday each month unless otherwise noted. Pick up a reading guide from the 2nd floor Shoulder Problems reference desk the first week of each month. Join the group as they Dr. Alain Elbaz will discuss simple solutions for shoulder problems. delve into Books Without Borders.Dr. Elbaz has practiced orthopedics and sports medicine in Houston Thurs 15-Sep 1:00-2:30 Roxanne Becksince 1998 when he moved his practice from Montreal, Canada. Thurs 20-Oct 1:00-2:30His specialty is arthroscopic shoulder surgery. But hopefully he can Thurs 17-Nov 1:00-2:30tell us how to protect our joints so that we won’t cause an injury that needs surgery. Texas 42 Dominoes15225 Mon 12-Sep 10:00-12:00 Dr. Alain Elbaz Join this ongoing group to play Texas 42 Dominoes each Thursday afternoon in the Student Commons cafeteria from 2:00-4:00. Those Philadelphia America’s First City new to Dominoes can join the beginner’s table to “Play and Learn”.As the largest city in the British North American Colonies, and one 15251 Thurs 15-Sep 2:00-4:00 Melanie Prathoof the largest in the entire British Empire, Philadelphia played a Thurs 22-Sep 2:00-4:00key role in the periods before and during the American Revolution. Thurs 29-Sep 2:00-4:00Quaker religious ideas, ethnic diversity, and centrality of location all Thurs 6-Oct 2:00-4:00made Philadelphia a vital part of the creation of America. Join us Thurs 13-Oct 2:00-4:00and learn a little bit about Philadelphia history. It’s more than just soft Thurs 20-Oct 2:00-4:00pretzels and cheesesteaks! Thurs 27-Oct 2:00-4:0015228 Mon 12-Sep 1:30-3:30 Professor Tom Kelly Thurs 3-Nov 2:00-4:00 Thurs 10-Nov 2:00-4:00LIFE in Library Thurs 17-Nov 2:00-4:00LIFE Program every Wednesday morning in Library Room 131 unless Thurs 1-Dec 2:00-4:00otherwise noted by the Library. Thurs 8-Dec 2:00-4:00 Wed 14-Sep 10:00-11:00 Wed 21-Sep 10:00-11:00 Speech & Change Wed 28-Sep 10:00-11:00 In this session, Associate Professor Patrick Barton will focus on the Wed 5-Oct 10:00-11:00 power of public speaking to make a significant change in the world Wed 12-Oct 10:00-11:00 around us. Basic speech creation tips will be shared, as well as Wed 19-Oct 10:00-11:00 methods to make the public discourse we use even more effective. Wed 26-Oct 10:00-11:00 15253 Fri 16-Sep 10:00-12:00 Patrick Barton Wed 2-Nov 10:00-11:00 Wed 9-Nov 10:00-11:00 Wed 16-Nov 10:00-11:00 Wed 23-Nov 10:00-11:00 Wed 30-Nov 10:00-11:00 Wed 7-Dec 10:00-11:00 Wed 14-Dec 10:00-11:00 Check out our Web site! LoneStar.edu/cyfair-ALL FALL – 2011 1
    • Reg. # ........ Day ......Date................. Time ....................... Instructor Reg. # ........ Day ......Date................. Time ....................... InstructorMah Jongg Players Panama Canal Panel DiscussionThe Mah Jongg Players group will continue the game on Friday Peggy Presnell arranged for a group cruise to several ports of call afternoons at 1:30 in the Student Commons Cafeteria. For and transit through the Panama Canal. Some of these travelers will experienced players. share their experiences and pictures. Come learn about earlier days 15254 Fri 16-Sep 1:30-3:30 Judy Dankers in Panama and what’s going on now. Fri 23-Sep 1:30-3:30 15262 Wed 21-Sep 1:30-3:30 Peggy Presnell Fri 30-Sep 1:30-3:30 Fri 7-Oct 1:30-3:30 Pumpkin Headz Fri 14-Oct 1:30-3:30 Join Linda Gabrielson in this 2-part class to make your own unique Fri 21-Oct 1:30-3:30 piece of fun, seasonal folkart/yardart! You’re welcome to bring any Fri 28-Oct 1:30-3:30 extra odds & ends to make your pumpkin face special to you, but not Fri 4-Nov 1:30-3:30 to worry, Linda will have extra supplies. Limit 15 participants. Supply Fri 11-Nov 1:30-3:30 Fee $15. Two sessions -- 9/23 & 9/30. Fri 18-Nov 1:30-3:30 15265 Fri 23-Sep 10:00-12:00 Linda Gabrielson Fri 2-Dec 1:30-3:30 Fri 30-Sep 10:00-12:00 Fri 9-Dec 1:30-3:30 Quantum CommunicationsWomen’s Rights David Sereda’s Quantum Communication is an extraordinary film Idolina Hernandez, a dynamic professor of sociology, has done which teaches us how communication really works from the Quantum extensive research involving the evolution of the rights of women. level and how this is connected to the Universal Laws of Attraction. Join her to share your wisdom and experiences. The way we manifest abundance in our lives is to awaken the genius 15255 Mon 19-Sep 10:00-11:30 Idolina Hernandez within each one of us so that we can excel in our relationships, careers and super-learning to transform our lives and those around Theater Arts us. Discover how to master this in your life! Two sessions on 9/26 Let Bridget Hardy, our new Arts Coordinator, take us on a tour of & 9/27.the amazing Theater Arts Department we have at LSC-CyFair. Our 15266 Mon 26-Sep 10:00-12:00 Denese SchmelzkopfALL group really enjoys the theater and music programs offered on Tue 27-Sep 10:00-12:00this campus. We play and integral part in making this endeavor successful. What Philosophy?15256 Mon 19-Sep 1:30-3:00 Bridget Hardy Philosophy is the study of general and fundamental problems, such as those connected with existence, knowledge, values, reason, Amazing Folding Photo Album mind, and language. Mark Thorsby, Associate Professor, will lead Create a unique photo album that folds into a 6 x 6 square made the discussion on philosophy in our lives. Not sure what the theme with colorful paper, cardboard and ribbon. There will be two classes will be yet, but you know it will be interesting.for this project, Tuesday 9/20 and Thursday 9/22 at 10:00. A 15269 26-Sep Mon 1:30-3:30 Mark ThorsbySupply Fee of $3.00 is charged for this class.15257 Tue 20-Sep 10:00-12:00 Mary Ellen Walsh Gardening for the Environment Thurs 22-Sep 10:00-12:00 Lan Shen, Texas Master Naturalist, highlights some gardening practices that are beneficial rather than detrimental to our environment. Beginner Crochet Come learn the why, what, and where to find information about Learn basic stitches and create a project during this Beginner Crochet composting, rain gardens, growing plants to benefit wildlife, and class. Bring Crochet Hook size H or I and 1 skein of 4 ply worsted invasive plants.weight yarn (chose light color but NO white, dark, variegated, or 15271 Wed 28-Sep 1:30-3:00 Lan Shenfurry yarns). Four sessions on 9/20, 9/27, 10/4, and 10/11. **Note: an Advanced Crochet class will be offered in the Spring Think FactorySemester** Come to Think Factory at 4:00 on the last Wednesday of the month 15259 Tue 20-Sep 1:30-3:00 Melanie Pratho to listen to a panel discussion among selected speakers about Tue 27-Sep 1:30-3:00 various philosophical topics. There is open discussion at the end of Tue 4-Oct 1:30-3:00 the program so attendees can ask questions of panel members. This Tue 11-Oct 1:30-3:00 is also a chance to interact with regular undergraduate students here on campus. Program is held in Arts Recital Hall 102.Heart Health Wed 28-Sep 4:00-6:00A physician from the new St. Luke’s Hospital Vintage will present a Wed 26-Oct 4:00-6:00program on Heart Health. Rather than us traveling to the hospital for Wed 30-Nov 4:00-6:00this program, they have agreed to come to our campus for this event.Event Tue 20-Sep 5:00-6:00 Physician Email: LSCCFCE@LoneStar.edu Phone: 281.290.34602 LONE STAR COLLEGE-CYFAIR
    • Reg. # ........ Day ......Date................. Time ....................... Instructor Reg. # ........ Day ......Date................. Time ....................... InstructorPopular Fall Tours Senior Guidance DirectoryTravel in Canada, Northeastern U.S. and Western U.S - where to Join us for four consecutive Friday mornings to hear about information go, how to go, and what to see. Peggy Presnell and others will share that is important for seniors. Learn how to navigate through thetheir pictures and experiences on various Fall Tours. Golden Years and access programs within the community - including 15272 Thurs 29-Sep 10:00-12:00 Peggy Presnell health care services, government agencies, and legal services. We will use the new 2011-2012 Senior Guidance Directory as a text. 4 Baltic Capitals class sessions - October 7, 14, 21 & 28.Come learn about cruising the Baltic capitals: St. Petersburg; Helsinki, 15366 Fri 7-Oct 10:00-11:30 Adele Gorody &Oslo, Amsterdam, Bruges; Stockholm; Tallinn; and Copenhagen. Fri 14-Oct 10:00-11:30 Stephanie AndersonPeggy Presnell and others will share their experiences. Fri 21-Oct 10:00-11:3015274 Mon 3-Oct 10:00-12:00 Peggy Presnell Fri 28-Oct 10:00-11:30 Date Change: Class will be onEnchiladas of Mexico Friday, Oct 7th at 1:30-3:00. Movement is BlessedAn enchilada is a corn or flour tortilla rolled around a filling and Dr. Marium Murad, was trained as a medical doctor prior to comingcovered with a chili pepper sauce. Enchiladas can be filled with to this country. Her current emphasis is on her work with the National a variety of ingredients, including meat, cheese, beans, potatoes, Academy of Sports Medicine presenting her copywrited exercise vegetables, seafood or combinations. Come see how Noemi Silva program called Movement is Blessed. This program is for everyone makes her favorite enchiladas. Of course there will be samples. This no matter what your physical condition. It was originally designed to class will meet in the HSC 105 Kitchen. aid her bed-ridden mother by keeping her blood properly circulating 15275 Mon 3-Oct 1:30-3:00 Noemi Silva and her joints mobile. Everyone can do these simple yet effective exercises, even those with physical limitations. Each week she will Senior Acting concentrate on a different portion of the body starting with the toesJoin this fun class as Drama Professor Ron Jones leads us through and moving up the body. Join us each Monday morning on the the acting experience. Learn about scene work and characterization following dates.in age appropriate roles. It will include improvisation and theater 15367 Mon 10-Oct 10:00-11:30 Marium Muradgames. Line memorization is not required. Class will be held in the Mon 17-Oct 10:00-11:30Black Box Theater in the Arts Building. Meets Monday afternoons Mon 24-Oct 10:00-11:30from Oct 3 through Dec 12. Mon 31-Oct 10:00-11:3015277 Mon 3-Oct 3:00-5:00 Ron Jones Mon 7-Nov 10:00-11:30 Mon 10-Oct 3:00-5:00 Mon 14-Nov 10:00-11:30 Mon 17-Oct 3:00-5:00 Mon 21-Nov 10:00-11:30 Mon 24-Oct 3:00-5:00 Mon 28-Nov 10:00-10:30 Mon 31-Oct 3:00-5:00 Mon 5-Dec 10:00-11:30 Mon 7-Nov 3:00-5:00 Mon 12-Dec 10:00-11:30 Mon 14-Nov 3:00-5:00 Mon 21-Nov 3:00-5:00 Indian Cooking Mon 28-Nov 3:00-5:00 We love cooking classes. Join us today as Shaheen Ansari cooks Mon 5-Dec 3:00-5:00 some traditional Indian food. Don’t know what she will choose to Mon 12-Dec 3:00-5:00 show us, but I’m sure it will be delicious. Class will be in the kitchen, HSC 105.Internet Puzzle 15368 Mon 10-Oct 1:30-3:00 Shaheen AnsariJoin Librarian Melanie Wachsmann in a computer lab for hands-on instruction to improve your skills on searching the internet and Clutter Bustingpopular websites. Home is where your stuff is. Do you feel like you have more stuff than 15279 Tue 4-Oct 10:00-11:30 Melanie Wachsmann house? Create peace and enjoyment in your home by eliminating the clutter. Marla Regan will give us step-by-step directions on the Computer as a Tool process of clutter busting.Professor Idolina Hernandez magically brings the difficulty of 15369 Tue 11-Oct 10:00-11:30 Marla Regancomputer literacy to a level that we can understand. Class will be in a computer lab so we can have a hands-on session. Harmonica15280 Wed 5-Oct 1:30-3:00 Idolina Hernandez Jason Moulenbelt, Philosophy Professor, shares one of his hobbies with us. Come learn how to play the Harmonica. It’s not just a kid’s Math Entertainment toy, think Willie Nelson and Carnegie Hall. You know that Jason’s Professor Kim Lane has had our attention for a couple of semesters classes are always fun no matter what the topic. Two Wednesdayproving to us how “math can be fun”! The shortcuts and inside afternoons - Oct 12 & 19.knowledge that she shares can give your math skills a rocket boost. 15370 Wed 12-Oct 1:30-3:00 Jason Moulenbelt15281 Thurs 6-Oct 10:00-11:30 Kim Lane Wed 19-Oct 1:30-3:00 Check out our Web site! LoneStar.edu/cyfair-ALL FALL – 2011 3
    • Reg. # ........ Day ......Date................. Time ....................... Instructor Reg. # ........ Day ......Date................. Time ....................... InstructorYoga & Relaxation Build-A-BirdhouseYoga teacher Kay Mewara will lead us in simplified Yoga as a means Gene Chism, our woodworking guru, will be back again this of relaxation. These will be easy yoga poses and deep breathing semester with the Build-A-Birdhouse program. He will have wood exercisies that everyone can do. Two classes: Oct 13 and Nov 1. pieces cut and ready to assemble and paint. So if you would like to 15371 Thurs 13-Oct 10:00-11:30 Kay Mewara start or add to your birdhouse collection, enroll in this class. Linda Tue 1-Nov 10:00-11:30 Gabrielson will again be there to help you bring your painting vision to fruition. The class will be limited to 15 participants and there is AARP Driver Safety a class fee of $15. Four class meetings on Oct. 20 & 27 and Nov. AARP Driver Safety Program, a five-hour classroom refresher course 3 & 10.designed especially for drivers 50 and older, will be presented by 15431 Thurs 20-Oct 1:30-3:30 Gene ChismLarry Klein. Most auto insurers will discount your premium if you Thurs 27-Oct 1:30-3:30take this class, but your attendance will not allow you to dismiss a Thurs 3-Nov 1:30-3:30moving violation ticket. The course fee is payable by check to AARP Thurs 10-Nov 1:30-3:30on the day of the class: $12 for AARP members (must present your AARP card to receive full discount) and $14 per non-members. Call Biscochosyour carrier to verify. Bring your driver’s license. Light refreshments Are you usually so full of chips and salsa that you are too full to havewill be available. Maximum class size is 30. YOU MUST SIGN UP dessert at the Mexican Restaurant? Well not today. Come watch FOR THIS CLASS DURING REGISTRATION. SIGN THE WAIT LIST IF Noemi Silva as she shows us how to make a traditional dessert of CLASS MAXIMUM HAS BEEN MET. Cancellations often occur; so Biscochos / Biscochitos - Mexican Wedding Cookies.there is a good likelihood of attending the class even though you 15432 Mon 24-Oct 1:30-3:00 Noemi Silvasigned the wait list.15372 Sat 15-Oct 8:00-1:00 Larry Klein Ebooks for Download Librarian Dorrie Scott is going to show us the magic of ‘electronic Vietnamese Spring Rolls books’. Free downloads are available from our college library. Bring Join our fellow ALL member, Rose Huynh, in the kitchen, HSC 105, your Nook, Kindle, I-Pad or other book device with you to class.to make and take a treat of Spring Rolls with Peanut Sauce. This 15433 Tue 25-Oct 10:00-11:30 Librarian Dorrie Scottclass will require a fee of $5.00 to cover supplies needed for this activity. Basic Flower Arranging15373 Mon 17-Oct 1:30-3:00 Rose Huynh Ida Renteria from Worldwide Florist will give us a lesson on basic flower arranging. Come learn how to make your home more Organize or Agonize beautiful by adding flower arrangements.With the rush of everyday life, our homes don’t usually get the 15434 25-Oct Tue 1:30-3:00 Ida Renteriaattention they need. Learn the simple systems that Marla Regan can teach us to help our homes and families run smoothly. Touring Egypt Prior to the Revolution15428 Tue 18-Oct 10:00-11:30 Marla Regan Louise Rugaard will lead the discussion and share photos of her three-week tour of Egypt with Insight Vacations. The trip included Financial Security Alexandria, Cairo, Mt. Sinai, a cruise on the Nile and more. Egypt Come learn the 5 key areas of risk to financial security in retirement is a magical place and she hopes to share that magic with storiesand how to manage them effectively. The program will be led by and photos.Duane Horne with Guidance Financial. 15435 Wed 26-Oct 1:30-3:30 Louise Rugaard15429 Tue 18-Oct 1:30-3:00 Duane Horne Classic Cars The Glory DaysBreast Cancer Joe Incognito will present the history of the Classic Car in the USA. A physician from the new St. Luke’s Hospital Vintage will present a He will highlight the major key dates and factors that created the program on Breast Cancer. Rather than us traveling to the hospital Glory Days of the Classic Cars. Mr. Incognito will also present a for this program, they have agreed to come to our campus for this series of slides that capture the life styles and culture of the 50’s and event. 60’s along with many of the Classic Cars of these Glory Days.Event Tue 18-Oct 5:00-6:00 Physician 15436 Thurs 27-Oct 10:00-12:00 Joe IncognitoAn Inspired Library Halloween CupcakesSusan Rippert, Senior Pastor at Covenant Lutheran Church, will lead What a great way to start the Halloween celebration! Diane Knox, the discussion. Behind every interpretation of the Bible is a lens, a our fellow ALL member, will bring pre-baked cupcakes for us to way of making sense of the text. Come and consider the differences decorate. Join us in the kitchen HSC Room 105 to share in this fun it might make to read scripture as an inspired library. make & take project. A $5.00 class fee will apply.15430 Thurs 20-Oct 10:00-12:00 Pastor Susan Rippert 15437 31-Oct Mon 1:30-3:00 Diane Knox Email: LSCCFCE@LoneStar.edu Phone: 281.290.34604 LONE STAR COLLEGE -CYFAIR
    • Reg. # ........ Day ......Date................. Time ....................... Instructor Reg. # ........ Day ......Date................. Time ....................... Instructor Time Correction: Class will be from 1:30-3:30pm.Writing a Novel EconomicsMeet with Novelist Norman Ray Fitts to talk about the art of writing. Associate Professor Rick Pretzsch will tell us what the US Economic He will answer questions you may have about writing and publishing situation looks like as we near the end of 2011. What’s ahead for stories and short stories. 2012 ..hope it’s not what the Mayan calendar predicted.15438 Tue 1-Nov 10:00-12:00 Norman Ray Fitts 15447 Tue 8-Nov 1:30-3:00 Rick PretzschCivil War Scandal Food ArtProfessor Esther Robinson will reveal info about a scandal that Come learn about the ancient art of Food Carving. Have you ever happened during the Civil War in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The seen the cute radish roses, well there is so much more. Bell will show daughter of the President of the University of North Carolina met, fell us a few basic techniques to get you started playing with your food in love with and married a Union general during the occupation of Bring your favorite sharp paring knife.Chapel Hill at the end of the war. Come hear this interesting story. 15448 Wed 9-Nov 1:30-3:30 Arlai “Bell” Lee15439 Wed 2-Nov 1:30-3:30 Esther Robinson Lost Your Marbles?Re-Photo Cards It’s OK, we’ve got ‘em right here! And they’re great for making Recycle and reuse unwanted photos using embossing and collage holiday cards and tags! Linda Gabrielson will provide all materials techniques to create these cards of beauty. These can also make for this fun class.great holiday gifts. No photos? Don’t worry, Linda Gabrielson will 15449 Thurs 10-Nov 10:00-12:00 Linda Gabrielsonhave plenty on-hand to use.15440 Thurs 3-Nov 10:00-12:00 Linda Gabrielson Desegregating Houston Schools Although Little Rock, Arkansas is the most commonly cited example Watercolor of school desegregation in the United States, a much larger Artist Tony Kram will be with us again during the fall semester to desegregation effort took place in Houston, Texas. This session will offer instruction in the art of watercolor. This is not your childhood look at the issues of segregation in Houston and explain the process paint-by-number watercolor kit, but perhaps your opportunity to by which Houston’s public schools finally became racially integrated.learn watercolor techniques. Release that artist inside! This class will 15450 14-Nov Mon 1:30-3:30 Prof. Tom Kellybe limited to 20 participants and there will be a class fee of $20. Students must provide their own art supplies. A shopping list will Knee & Hip Replacementbe provided prior to class. There will be a series of six watercolor Dr. James Fogarty, orthopedic surgeon, will discuss recent advances classes - Nov. 4, 11, 18 and Dec. 2, 9, 16. in knee and hip replacement. They’ve come a long way in treating 15441 Fri 4-Nov 10:00-12:00 Tony Kram these joint conditions. Fri 11-Nov 10:00-12:00 15451 Tue 15-Nov 10:00-12:00 Dr. James Fogarty Fri 18-Nov 10:00-12:00 Fri 2-Dec 10:00-12:00 To Wine or Not to Wine Fri 9-Dec 10:00-12:00 Ever think about drinking a wine named “Used Auto Parts”? Ever Fri 16-Dec 10:00-12:00 think about drinking a wine named “Cup Cake”? Find out why they named a wine for a 47 pound rooster. In this class you will learn Wooden Book Stand more about aspects of the grape than you ever wanted to know. Gene Chism has come up with a new woodworking project for us .. Bring your wine questions to Dennis Blaase.a useful tabletop book stand. Do you ever get weary of holding that 15452 Tue 15-Nov 1:30-3:00 Dennis Blaaseheavy book, or do you need a bookstand when creating that new recipe in the kitchen. Then this is a project for you. As usual, Gene Diabetes Carewill have the wood pieces pre-cut and ready to assemble. Then Dina A physician from the new St. Luke’s Hospital Vintage will present a Calver, a former art teacher, will be there with painting ideas to help program on Diabetes. Rather than us traveling to the hospital for this you make a masterpiece. This class will be limited to 15 participants program, they have agreed to come to our campus for this event.and there will be a class fee of $5.00. Three class sessions – Nov. Event Tue 15-Nov 5:00-6:00 Physician7, 21 and 28.15443 Mon 7-Nov 1:30-3:30 Gene Chism Archaeology and Economics Mon 21-Nov 1:30-3:30 What do Archaeology and Economics have in common? I don’t know, Mon 28-Nov 1:30-3:30 but we will find out in this class. Archaeology Professor Dr. Scotty Moore and Economics Professor Phillip Tussing are collaborating on Logic Puzzles & Problems a project that they will share with us in November. Both subjects are Roxanne Beck and Ann Alexander will team up to talk about Logic. interesting so this collaboration should be outstanding.Come exercise your brain by playing logic puzzles such as Numbrix 15453 16-Nov Wed 1:30-3:30 Scotty Mooreand Kenken and Logic Problems involving prime numbers and and Phillip Tussingpatterns. These will be fun exercises - math skills are not required!15445 Tue 8-Nov 10:00-11:30 Roxanne Beck & Ann Alexander Check out our Web site! LoneStar.edu/cyfair-ALL FALL – 2011 5
    • Reg. # ........ Day ......Date................. Time ....................... Instructor Reg. # ........ Day ......Date................. Time ....................... InstructorABCs of RVing Travel Experiences in GreeceIn this class, Cheryl LeJune and Mark Darby will talk about an Photos and discussion of a few days’ visit to the heart of Athens, with alternative to hitting the road for those of us who have decided that two day trips. Originally, our stay in Athens was to allow our bodysleeping on rocks is no longer fun. While traveling, we all notice clocks to get oriented prior to traveling to Egypt. We found Athens the RVs heading down the highway. “What is that all about”? you to be delightful and quite interesting as well as the two side trips.wonder. We hope to take the mystery out of RVing for you. We will 15466 Mon 5-Dec 1:30-3:00 Louise Rugaarddiscuss the various types of RVs and how their systems work. We plan to have an RV to tour and plenty of time to ask questions. Nutritional Myths15454 Thurs 17-Nov 10:00-11:30 Cheryl LeJune Eliminating or reducing fatty processed foods and replacing them with whole foods rich in nutrients is one way to ensure cellCardiac Rehab performance and survival. Also, adding supplements to your dietYissela Ortega, Cardiac Rehab Coordinator at North Cypress will help to encourage healthy cell production, and maintain optimalMedical Center, will present a program showing us how to “Learn body performance. To maximize your potential, become educatedand Live Longer”. This will be an important class for all of us. on what you’re putting in your body! In this class, Traci Mahan will 15455 Tue 22-Nov 10:00-11:30 Yissela Ortega review common myths in basic day to day nutrition and give some simple essentials to living a longer and healthier life.Withdrawal Strategies 15467 Tue 6-Dec 10:00-11:30 Traci MahanDuane Horne, Guidance Financial, will help us understand withdrawal strategies and regulations regarding asset distribution Income Distribution Strategiesincluding tax implications. Duane Horne of Guidance Financial will show us some income and 15456 Tue 22-Nov 1:30-3:00 Duane Horne distribution strategies that are both flexible and secure for today’s active retiree.Speech Evolution 15468 Tue 6-Dec 1:30-3:00 Duane HorneAutumn Raynor will give us a program on how speech has evolved throughout the years in the United States. She gave us a great Recycle Old Holiday Cardsprogram during the spring semester and I’m sure that this one will Reuse last year’s cards to make some fun projects, bring your old be equally as interesting. cards if you have any. If you don’t have any, you know that Linda 15462 Tue 29-Nov 10:00-11:30 Autumn Raynor Gabrielson will have some from her stockpile. 15469 Wed 7-Dec 1:30-3:30 Linda GabrielsonGlenwood CemeteryGlenwood Cemetery has been the resting place of many prominent Orchids are EasyHoustonians since it was established in 1871. Learn the story of Laurie Skov will present “Orchids are Easy”. Learn some of the major the cemetery and tales of some of its most notable residents in groups of orchids and what it takes to grow them in Houston. The this presentation by Jim Parsons of Greater Houston Preservation talk will include some things to “do” and “do-not” and lots of photos.Alliance. 15470 8-Dec Thurs 10:00-11:30 Laurie Skov15463 Tue 29-Nov 1:30-3:00 Jim Parsons Preventive Care for Furry FriendsFrozen Knee Freed by Manipulation From puppies and kittens to our senior pets, we want the best for Mary had six surgeries in one year but found out that five of these them. Her favorite aspect of being a veterinarian is experiencing the surgeries could have been AVOIDED! Much of that pain could have human-animal bond. Her goal is to help people and their pets have been avoided by using a non-surgical procedure consisting of a many happy, healthy years together.hands-on technique for the manipulation of scar tissue. Come hear 15471 Tue 13-Dec 10:00-11:30 Heather Thomas, DVMthe story of how this technique can also assist with fascia related problems. Fascia is the connective tissue that surrounds muscles, Gift Wrappinggroups of muscles, blood vessels, and nerves, binding those It’s that time again! Bring any gift that needs wrapping and Linda structures together in much the same manner as plastic wrap can be Gabrielson will show you several bow and gift wrapping tips. used to hold the contents of sandwiches together. Supplies will be provided.15464 Wed 30-Nov 1:30-3:00 Jimmy & Mary Latiolais 15472 Wed 14-Dec 1:30-3:30 Linda GabrielsonGeocachingWhat is geocaching? Why are those people walking around in circles? Is there really treasure to be found out there? Geocaching is a great way to see a park or go hiking or just enjoy the great outdoors. Cheryl LeJune and Carol Edwards talk about the fun to be had on the geocache hunt.15465 Thurs 1-Dec 10:00-11:30 Cheryl LeJune & Carol Edwards Email: LSCCFCE@LoneStar.edu Phone: 281.290.34606 LONE STAR COLLEGE -CYFAIR
    • Reg. # ........ Day ......Date................. Time ....................... Instructor Reg. # ........ Day ......Date................. Time ....................... Instructor Around Campus Centre for the Arts The Centre for the Arts at LSC-CyFair offers great entertainment for the community. Come see a wide variety of entertainment including plays, musicals, jazz, orchestra, and choral performances as well as the Bosque Art Gallery. Call 281-290-5201 for more information.   Meet You There Join us for monthly off-campus gatherings to visit various sites of interest, do lunch, and socialize with members of our ALL community.  These gatherings will be announced in our For ALL to Read email.   LIFE Workshops Learning, Inspiration, Fellowship, and Enrichment. Each Wednesday from 10-11am in Library 131, LIFE will present an interesting program on a variety of subjects; from history, astronomy to cookie decorating. Go to LoneStar.edu/library/14656.htm for the latest schedule.   Think Factory The Think Factory is a series sponsored by the LSC-CyFair Philosophy Department that brings faculty, students, and members of the community together to discuss a range of ideas that have philosophical resonance. Meetings are held from 4-6pm on the last Wednesday of the month in ARTS Recital Hall 102.   Books Without Borders We invite our ALL members to enjoy one of the many book clubs offered by the library. Books Without Borders meets in LRNC 215 on the third Thursday of each month at 1pm. Other book clubs are available through the library.   Travel Opportunities Many of our ALL members love to travel or the idea of travel. If you are interested in joining fellow ALL and other community members on a trip at good rates, contact Peggy Presnell at peggy@586travel.com. Ways to Volunteer Thank You, ALL Volunteers! • Join the Advisory Committee LSC-CyFair extends a thank you to all of the volunteer instructors without whom the ALL program would not exist. • Help with our Open House events We also appreciate our many committee members who help decide class selection and find volunteer speakers. They share • Submit ideas for new classes their knowledge and enthusiasm about their areas of interest, which helps us offer more classes and a greater variety. These • Become an ALL instructor volunteers meet monthly to share ideas and bring our members interesting classes and activities. Our community has benefited from their enthusiastic efforts. Again, we thank you. If you For more information, please call 281.290.3460 would like to join one of our committees, please let us know. or email LSCCFCE@LoneStar.edu Or, if you know someone who would make a good speaker, we are always willing to consider new ideas. Email: LSCCFCE@LoneStar.edu Check out our Web site! LoneStar.edu/cyfair-ALL Phone: 281.290.34607 LONE STAR COLLEGE -CYFAIR FALL – 2011 7
    • E-mail: Donna.Zimmer@LoneStar.edu Phone: 281.765.79478 LONE STAR COLLEGE-NORTH HARRIS
    • LSC-CYFAIR CAMPUS MAP N SP North Parking 9 8 7 LONE STAR COLLEGE-CYFAIR 6 Entrance #1 BARKER CYPRESS 3 1 2 4 5 SP South Parking SP South Parking Entrance #2 10 Entrance #3 WEST ROAD Entrance #4 1 Center for the Arts (ART) 5 Instructional Building (CASA) 10 Emergency Service Education 2 Technology Center (TECH) 6 College Center/Food Service/ Center (ESEC) 3 Learning Commons/College and Harris Bookstore/Fitness Center (CENT) SP Student Parking County Public Library (LRNC) 7 Health Science Center (HSC) 4 Student Services/Admissions/ 8 Science Laboratory Building (HSC) Financial Aid (CASA) 9 Central PlantFAQs: LSC-CyFair Continuing Education offices are in CASA 116.• When can I register?  Anytime during the academic year.• Where are classes usually held?  HSC 106 unless otherwise noted. Campus Emergency Numbers• Is there wheelchair access?  Yes, there is ramp access to Campus Police Emergencies: 281.290.5911 the classroom. Campus Non-Emergency Number: 832.813.6800• Is online registration available?  Not at this time. Campus Office of Technology Services: 936.273.7385• Where can we get more information?   CASA 116. Courtesy Transport: 832.813.6800• The ALL membership fee is good for what dates?  From Sept. 1 through Aug. 31 of each year. CE-0014.3 Check out our Web site! LoneStar.edu/cyfair-ALL FALL – 2011 9
    • Nonprofit Org. US Postage PAID North Houston, TX Permit No. 21 Academy for Lifelong Learning 9191 Barker Cypress Road Cypress, TX 77433-1383 Academy forLifelong Learning Open time for it’s House ScheduleA learning organization for active adults 50 + Thursday, August 4 Enroll today! LSC-Kingwood, EMCID off-site Center in New Caney, 2-4 p.m. LoneStar.edu/ALL LSC-North Harris, Community Education Building, 9:30-11 a.m. Saturday, August 13 For more information LSC-Tomball, Beckendorf Conference Center, 10 a.m.-Noon contact the Lone Star College nearest you. Saturday, August 20 LSC-Montgomery, Building A (The Commons), 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, September 10 LSC-CyFair, Conference Center 151, 9:30 a.m.-Noon Thursday, September 15 LSC-Victory Center, 10 a.m.-Noon For more information, visit: LoneStar.edu/ALL LSC-CyFair LSC-Kingwood LSC-Montgomery LSC-North Harris LSC-Tomball