This series of classes features speakers who will keep you informed about a myriad of things happening in our world community. The scope of the topics will interest and amaze you—from government leaders to astronomy; from travel opportunities to how to cope with Medicare; from performers from the Houston Grand Opera to DNA; from religious tolerance to healthy aging.
Yes…you will find these speakers truly spellbinding.
This class meets from 11 am until 12 noon on designated Thursdays
(when LEOH is in session)
This is our schedule for the 2021 Fall Session:
Chloe Hamilton, Education and Community Outreach Coordinator, Houston Humane Society, discusses the Society’s goal of ending cruelty, abuse and overpopulation of animals.
Joe Holley, Columnist, Houston Chronicle, and author, tells the stories of men and women who have built Texas, but who have been largely forgotten
Dena Marks, Associate Director, Anti-Defamation League, asks if we can heal racism and bigotry in our world today.
Rosangela Moura, AuD, Audiologist, The Center for Audiology, tells us that the key to staying youthful, engaged and connected is to maintain hearing health.
Jason Culpepper, Publisher, Community Impact Newspaper, tells us that the local news provided in the Newspaper addresses items on interest to residents of Bellaire, West University and Meyerland.
Mary Ann Weber, Education Director, Houston Audubon Society, note that the Bayou City is a mecca not only for people from every walk of life but also for the feathered tribe.
Sasha Francis, Community Engagement Coordinator, Galveston Bay Foundation, states that the Bay is important for Houston and the world. A new Report Card offers insights about the Bay’s offerings.