Monthly Events Calendar
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We are planning a trip to San Antonio on February 12, 2020 to visit the historic Buckhorn Saloon and Museum. Admission will be $14.06 each. Lunch will be on your own at the Iron Skillet.
We are planning a trip to discover Harris County Precinct 3 on February 25, 2020. More details to come.
Join us for our 12 Week Program.
Texercise is a statewide fitness program developed by the Texas Department of Aging and Disability Services (DADS) to educate and involve Texans and their families in physical activities and proper nutrition. The Texercise program promotes activities among individuals, as well as community events, that support fitness in all areas of life.
For more information contact Gerlinde or Ashley at (713) 274-3220.
This is an open group of people passionate about working with needles, fabrics, thread and more. Come see what they are making and join them.
Join Extension Agent Lora Jorgensen, MPH, as she gives us tips on getting more fruits and vegetables into our day, such as in healthy snacks. A food demonstration and free samples will be included in the program.
The Houston Bar Association has made arrangements for attorney Elliott Klein from the Law Office of Elliott Klein, PLLC, to come and give us tips on how to go about hiring an attorney. Please register for this program by calling (713) 274-3220.
We are planning a trip to Houston on January 16, 2020 to tour the Art Car Museum and Holocaust Museum. Admission to both museums is FREE. Lunch will be on your own at Treebeards.
The Public Health Division is offering a free food handling class for all those working in community kitchens on a volunteer basis, e.g. at churches, for non-profit groups or as part of senior activities. Please register in person or by calling (713) 274-3220.
Join us as we paint wood bird houses provided by instructor Gene Chism. Supply fee for each kit is $16 due by Friday, January 17th. Gene is bringing acrylic paint and paintbrushes you may use, but you can use your own if you prefer. Please bring your hot glue gun and wood glue sticks if you want to add your own decorative touches such as roof shingles, pine straw or cork slices. Please note that this is a class for adults.
During World War II, approximately 425,000 German prisoners lived in 700 camps throughout the United States. Learn about life in these POW camps in this program presented by Cheryl LeJune. Watch a video first, then hear specific details about the camp in Hearne, Texas.