LSC-CyFair's Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL) is a community made up of adults ages 50+ for whom learning never goes out of style. We are located in the CyFair area of Houston at the Lone Star College-CyFair campus. We look forward to you joining our group.

ALL classes are held in HSC 106 unless otherwise noted.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

They Call Me Ranger Ray

We have been invited by the History Department to a presentation by Ramiro "Ray" Martínez .

Martínez was a young officer with the Austin Police Department in August 1966 when he, another officer and a civilian made their way to the observation deck of the University Texas Tower and ended the carnage by infamous sniper Charles J. Whitman. Martínez continued his career in law enforcement and became a Texas Ranger. After retiring from the Rangers, he served as a Comal County justice of the peace. He now lives in New Braunfels.

Thursday, November 16th, 2017
Conference Center
6:30pm


Gift Wrapping for ALL


Friday, November 10, 2017

ALL's Readers Theater

What a fun series of classes with David Maslane, Professor of English, who led our Readers Theater. We read Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose. In our third and final class, we read on the Recital Hall stage. Great job, everyone! Below are a few pictures of the class.



Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Immunizations - Age Well, Live Well!

Connie Assiff from the Harris County Public Health Department gave a introduction to many of the activities the department performs. For us as seniors, she and Dr. Haynie, concentrated on how we can benefit from immunizations. Whether it's for travel reasons or being around the grandchildren, there is a need to be vaccinated. We all should get a flu shot every year.

You can see Connie's presentation here.


German Settlers in Texas and Harris County

Germans make up the 3rd largest population in modern Texas. Monte Parks led us on the journey of many Germans as they made their way to Texas. He also discussed their contributions to Texas culture and society and specifically how the Germans influenced our own Harris County area.

You can view Monte's presentation here.

Bosque Gallery - Steel, Stones and Sticks

The Bosque Gallery–Center for the Arts–CyFair is hosting a Tea + Art + Talk today, November 7th, and has cordially invited the ALL group to participate. Please come by to meet the artist, Glenn Edwards.

Artist/Speaker :  Glenn Edwards “Steel, Stones & Sticks”
Date and Time:  November 7, 1:30-2:15 pm
Event:  Tea + Art + Talk


Monday, November 6, 2017

Spindle Tree

Linda Gabrielson was back showing us how to make a folk art tree we can use for the holidays or just decoration around the house. Please view a few of these hand-made trees below by the class members.





Monday, October 30, 2017

Cruising to Alaska

Sharon and Marty shared the pictures and stories of their 2016 Alaskan cruise. Beautiful scenery and wildlife from Vancouver to coast of Alaska all the way to Denali.

You can view their presentation here.

Sweet and Sour Chicken

Lou Master was back for another delicious creation, Sweet and Sour Chicken. Great smells and a favorite for many using pineapple, bell peppers, carrots and onions. You can also use shrimp and/or pork with this recipe.

You can view Lou's recipe here.

Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Holocaust Museum - Pinochet's Chile

Michelle Tovar from Holocaust Museum Houston gave us a great presentation on Pinochet's Chile; from Pinochet's rise to power and those that helped him to the atrocities his government committed on his own people. To think, all of this just happened in the 1970s, not so long ago.

You can view Michelle's presentation here.