November 12 - Lie to Me
Award wining personality profiler, Alice Weiser, explains just what your handwriting, body language, and voice inflection will give away about you. Learn seven significant signs of a serious liar.
November 19 - Fish, Mammals, Amphibians, and Birds
Bona fide naturalist, Eric Duran of Nature Discovery Center will discuss the five classes of animals that have skeletons. Join us for a meaty presentation that gets down to the bone about vertebrates. Eric will treat us to a visit from some live animal guests! -A joint children's/LIFE program.
November 26 - No workshop held
December 3 - Construct a Beautiful Bow
Let Sony Simon and Jill Vu help you create eye-catching bows for this holiday season. All materials are supplied.
December 10 - Tragedy, Survival, and the Healing Power of Music
Join us for a preview of the December 11 Books without Borders discussion on The Cellist of Sarajevo. Listen to a live performance of the book's featured musical piece that served as a haunting tribute to lives lost, Remo Giazotto's Adagio in G Minor (attrib. to Albinoni), played by Lone Star student Olivia Alexandre. Hear Christopher Hernandez, veteran, writer, and police officer, discuss the tragic ethnic hatred in the area gleaned from his experiences working for the United Nations in the former Yugoslavia after the wars ended in 1999.
December 17 - Make a Gingerbread House
Learn a little about the history of gingerbread and create with your team your own dream gingerbread home. Susan Green and Claire Gunnels challenge your creative spark.