Lone Star College-CyFair Fall Events August – November 2022

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    Lone Star College-CyFair Fall Events August – November*

    Aug. 8
    “Junky Treasure Hunting”
    Thrifting enthusiast and Librarian Celeste Perez will teach the secrets of thrift shopping in Houston at
    this L.I.F.E. program.
    10 a.m. Library LRNC Room 131
    Cflib.info/life

     

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    Aug. 18

    “ALL Open House”

    The Academy for Lifelong Learning (ALL) program offers numerous enjoyable opportunities for fall fellowship and lifelong learning classes designed just for active adults age 50 and better.

    11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Conference Center Room 151-152

    LoneStar.edu/all

    Aug. 20 and Aug. 27
    “Super Saturdays”
    Get help with the enrollment process, meet with an advisor, complete orientation and TSI testing, get
    bacterial meningitis shots (11a.m. – 1p.m.), speak with Financial Aid staff and learn about campus life
    and resources during this registration event.
    9 a.m.-2 p.m. CASA
    LoneStar.edu/cyfairoutreach

    Aug. 22
    “Boardgaming for 1 or 2”
    join Librarian Liz Nebeker to learn about different types of games that are loads of fun for one or two
    players at this L.I.F.E. program.
    10 a.m. Library LRNC Room 131
    Cflib.info/life

    Aug. 25 and Aug. 27
    “Sneak Peek” for New Students
    Student Life staff hosts two come-and-go days to help new students find classrooms, get answers to
    questions, meet new people and have fun prior to the first week of classes.
    2 p.m.-6 p.m. Thursday and 10 a.m.-2p.m. Saturday
    Park in lots Y,Z and AA, then check in at CASE
    LoneStar.edu/sneakpeek

    August 25
    Society for the Arts Season Opener
    Come enjoy a preview celebration of the upcoming performance season featuring award-winning faculty
    artists in recital and open to all interested in the performing arts, majors and non-majors, community
    patrons and future Society for the Arts members.
    7 p.m. Main Stage Theatre
    LoneStar.edu/society-for-arts

    Sept. 1
    “Freedom of Press and the Banning of Books Nationwide”
    Join Librarian Tracy Williams for this last interactive conversation in the Government Department’s
    Special Series on Political Hot Topics.
    1:30 p.m. CASE Room 114
    LoneStar.edu/cyfair

    Sept. 1-29
    Art Exhibition: “The Forest”
    Come experience this unique exhibition by Mari Omari, a Houston multimedia artist and educator with
    Japanese roots, and her former student Taylor C. Anderson, now writer and collaborator, featuring an
    evolving art installation, involving viewer participation and writing.
    6:30 p.m. Opening Reception Sept. 1
    6:30 p.m. Virtual Q&A Sept. 28
    Bosque Gallery

    Sept. 6-15
    “Library Pop-in Tours”
    Drop in for a quick introductory tour of all the library databases and resources, including the
    knowledgeable librarians, to help all patrons be successful with class, research and community projects.
    Varying times – LRNC Library
    LoneStar.edu/library/cyfair

    Sept. 7
    “Talk Saves Lives”
    Join Ned Strauss from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to learn the warning signs,
    prevention, and advocacy for suicide prevention.
    Noon – 1:30 p.m. Conference Center (CENT) Rooms 151-152
    LoneStar.edu/cyfair

    Sept. 7-8
    “Falcon Frenzy: Involvement Fair”
    Student Life hosts this event showcasing various student organizations, clubs, recreational sports and
    more for students to be a part of to make new friends, learn about teamwork and gain leaderships skills.
    11 a.m. – 1p.m. LRNC/CENT Bridge
    LoneStar.edu/cy-fair-student-events

    Sept. 30
    “Fine Arts Showcase”
    Join an afternoon of all things visual and performing arts! These events feature the talented students of
    drama, music, art and creative writing.
    1 p.m. Recital Hall (ART 102)
    LoneStar.edu/arts-cyfair

    Oct. 7-Nov. 11
    Art Exhibition: “Fat Moon, from the Levee”
    Roslyn M. Dupré is a multidisciplinary artist who works with humble materials and traditional
    craftsmanship to fashion sewn papers and (un)useful tools.
    6:30 p.m. Opening Reception Oct. 7
    Bosque Gallery
    Oct. 13-22

    Performance: “The Curate Shakespeare, As You Like It”
    The Drama Department’s “Season of Shakespeare” continues with a comedy in which a rag tag cast of 7
    attempt to perform 38 roles.
    7:30 p.m. Main Stage Theatre
    LoneStar.edu/boxoffice

    Oct. 22
    Community Event: “Cy-Fest”
    This family day of festivities returns with a pumpkin patch, book mobile, inflatables, food trucks,
    entertainment and more for fun for all ages.
    10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
    LSC-CyFair – 9191 Barker Cypress
    LoneStar.edu/cy-fest

    Oct. 28
    “Fine Arts Showcase”
    Join an afternoon of all things visual and performing arts! These events feature the talented students of
    drama, music, art and creative writing.
    1 p.m. Recital Hall (ART 102)
    LoneStar.edu/arts-cyfair

    Nov. 10-19
    Performance: “Hamlet”
    The Drama Department’s “Season of Shakespeare” continues with the most iconic play in Shakespeare’s
    canon, the tragedy of “Hamlet.”
    7:30 p.m. Main Stage Theatre
    LoneStar.edu/boxoffice

    Nov. 17-Dec. 8
    Art Exhibition: “Student Art Showcase”
    Don’t miss the multi-media representation of drawings, two-dimensional and three-dimensional design
    works, ceramics, photography, painting and more in this end-of-semester student talent showcase.
    6:30 p.m. Reception and Award Ceremony Nov. 17
    Bosque Gallery

    Nov. 18
    “Fine Arts Showcase”
    Join an afternoon of all things visual and performing arts! These events feature the talented students of
    drama, music, art and creative writing.
    1 p.m. Recital Hall (ART 102)
    LoneStar.edu/arts-cyfair

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