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ADULT EVENTS & PROGRAMS

Events & Programs for Adults 18+
LIFE WORKSHOPS Online

Life Link:

cyflib.info/LIFECYF

Password: lifelonglearning

LIFE Survey

Current LIFE Workshops Online

April 7, 2021 ASMR

Heard of ASMR but not sure what it’s about? Join Librarian Regina Vitolo for a primer on this tingle-inducing phenomenon and learn about the science behind Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR). Headphones are strongly recommended for viewing this presentation!

April 14, 2021 Fostering Our Love of Dogs

Tracy Williams, Teen Librarian, and Angie of Golden Beginnings Golden Retriever Rescue discuss canine rescue and fostering - from how a dog rescue organization works to how to volunteer and foster!

April 21, 2021 Streaming Options

Ever been stuck flipping through your streaming apps with a thousand options, but nothing to watch? That’s what local film critic James Clay calls the paralysis of choice where streaming options are far too great and it’s nearly impossible to make up your mind. Come on a tour of how to streamline (no pun intended) your content choices on a daily basis. From Netflix, to Hulu, to HBOMax and even niche programming like Criterion Channel, or Shudder each app has something for every media lover from the casual viewer, to the film buff. Have no fear you’ll be enjoying premium content in no time!

April 28, 2021 Researching Stocks in the Era of Meme Stocks 

Rachel Evans, Reference Librarian, will provide an overview of how to use research tools such as Morningstar and Value Line that are available for free through Harris County Public Libraries to research different stocks to make informed investing decisions. Learn how to get started doing your own due diligence and how to go beyond social media to pick stocks.  

LIFE Workshops - LSC-CyFair

LIFE = Learning, Inspiration, Friendship, and Enrichment

Starting May 27, 2020, LIFE programs will be aired LIVE from Webex. Those on the mailing list will be emailed the link. Also, on the morning of the program, the link will be posted above.

March 31, Forebearers, Formative Experiences: Cesár Chávez and Dolores Huerta In Defense of the Rights of the Essential Worker and Birth of the Chicano Movement

April Life Schedule

  April 7, 2021 ASMR

Heard of ASMR but not sure what it’s about? Join Librarian Regina Vitolo for a primer on this tingle-inducing phenomenon and learn about the science behind Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR). Headphones are strongly recommended for viewing this presentation!

April 14, 2021 Fostering Our Love of Dogs

Tracy Williams, Teen Librarian, and Angie of Golden Beginnings Golden Retriever Rescue discuss canine rescue and fostering - from how a dog rescue organization works to how to volunteer and foster!

April 21, 2021 Streaming Options

Ever been stuck flipping through your streaming apps with a thousand options, but nothing to watch? That’s what local film critic James Clay calls the paralysis of choice where streaming options are far too great and it’s nearly impossible to make up your mind. Come on a tour of how to streamline (no pun intended) your content choices on a daily basis. From Netflix, to Hulu, to HBOMax and even niche programming like Criterion Channel, or Shudder each app has something for every media lover from the casual viewer, to the film buff. Have no fear you’ll be enjoying premium content in no time!

April 28, 2021 Researching Stocks in the Era of Meme Stocks 

Rachel Evans, Reference Librarian, will provide an overview of how to use research tools such as Morningstar and Value Line that are available for free through Harris County Public Libraries to research different stocks to make informed investing decisions. Learn how to get started doing your own due diligence and how to go beyond social media to pick stocks.  

 

 

March Life Schedule

March 3 WildLIFE
For world wildlife day, explore native wildlife with local enthusiast Channing Green and learn why we can’t live without them.

March 10, 2021 Ida B. Wells: Journalist, Educator, Suffragist

Join us for a special presentation on African American Activist Ida B. Wells with Park Ranger Susan M. Philpott of the Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument. In celebration of Women’s History Month and the Women’s Suffrage Centennial, we will learn about Wells’ unique contributions to the U.S. women’s rights and civil rights movements. 

March 17 No Program, Spring Break
Enjoy the Break!

March 24  Holi Recipes with Usha
Join Usha Dontharaju, Library Specilaist, to learn about the festival of Holi, and to cook up some delicious recipes to celebrate!

March 31  Forebearers, Formative Experiences: Cesár Chávez and Dolores Huerta In Defense of the Rights of the Essential Worker and Birth of the Chicano Movement 
Join Raul Reyes, History Professor, to examine the role of family and and compelling life experiences behind the activism of Cesár Chávez and Dolores Huerta. He will focus on how familia and defining life experiences compelled them to a life of advocacy as agents change as the first Chicano Civil Rights leaders.

 

Rachel Hugenberg

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Rachel Hugenberg
Contact:
281.290.3515

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