The Culinary Arts Program and Culinary Institute will be at the Illinois Products Expo this Sunday, March 2 in the Orr Building of the Illinois State Fair Grounds. Representatives Nancy Sweet, John Kidd, Jolene Adams and Jay Kitterman will be doing demonstrations, providing samples and promiting the Culinary programs available at LLCC from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Please stop by and see us!
LLCC Professors David Reynolds, Beth Wiediger and John Freml, lead a discussion today from noon-2 in the R. H. Stephens Room on Gender Issues: Masculinity and Violence Against Women. Join them for a discussion of gender-related issues and explore some consequential issues in our society.
Presented by the Vagina Monologues and sponsored by the Feminist Activist Coalition, Pay It Forward Club and Gay/Straight Alliance.
If you have yet to attend a Continuous Quality Improvement training session, there are still some spots available in the sessions listed below. To register, please call 782-7436 or email email@example.com.
The Madrigal Singers will perform TODAY, Dec. 11 at 7 p.m. in the Old State Capitol, downtown Springfield and Saturday, Dec. 14 at 2 p.m. in the Dana-Thomas House at Fourth and Lawrence streets.The performances feature madrigals, motets and traditional carols.
The LLCC Big Band and Stolen Moments jazz ensemble plan holiday performances in December. The public is invited at no charge to both performances.
The LLCC Big Band, under the direction of Jane Hartman, professor of music, presents a concert entitled “The Best is yet to Come” on Monday, Dec. 2, at 7:30 p.m. at First Christian Church, 700 S. Sixth St.
The Big Band will be joined by the Stolen Moments jazz ensemble, under the
direction of music instructor Jason Waddell, to perform Christmas and holiday
favorites at the White Oaks Mall food court on Monday, Dec. 16, from 6-8:30
The Student Life Office is hosting a lecture entitled “The Assassination of President Kennedy” on Wednesday, Nov. 20 from 4 to 6 p.m. The free event is being held in the Trutter Center at the LLCC-Springfield campus.
Dr. Jack Gordon, Kennedy assassination speaker and consultant, will cover many aspects and unknown issues of the President John F. Kennedy assassination, including what is known now about the JFK assassination that was not known or acknowledged during prior investigations, why President Kennedy was murdered, why the medical evidence is the key to understanding whether there was a conspiracy, how the investigation into President Kennedy’s murder could be re-opened, why the media coverage of the JFK assassination is so biased and whether Robert Kennedy was truly on the trail of his brother’s murderers. Read More…
Friday, Nov. 15-Ball in the House musical performance from 11:30am-12:45pm in the A. Lincoln Commons! Ball in the House isn’t what you think. Taking a cappella to a new level, Ball in the House is so much more than just another singing group. They’re the redefinition of the a cappella genre with everything you’d expect from a world-class soul, pop, R&B group — except the instruments. They are the voices behind the Cool Whip commercials. That’s right, you’ve probably heard them dozens of times before, and didn’t even know it! They’ve toured with pop sensations like Sugar Ray, Jessica Simpson and Darius Rucker, while also dialing up a piece of the past supporting The Temptations and Smokey Robinson. 5 guys, 5 voices – that’s it! This is a Red & Blue Crew Arts/Education event sponsored by the Logger Activities Board.
Come to the R.H. Stephens Room from noon-1pm to enjoy a fantastic presentation and a great lunch! Altheal Randolph is a dynamic coach, a compassionate leader and an engaging public speaker on a national and international level. Whether advocating medical treatment and AIDS education for women in Nairobi, Kenya or teaching a woman the value of financial independence in Birmingham, Alabama (her hometown), Altheal is highly regarded as a friend and cheerleader for a God-centered, abundant life-which she considers her highest calling. She will share her unique experiences working with the largest HIV/AIDS healthcare network in Los Angeles and the Sister-Woman HIV/AIDS project, which led her to Nairobi and Mombasa, Kenya. Students eat lunch free and $3 for nonstudents.
LLCC is honoring veterans at its 18th annual Veterans Day Ceremony today. A reception begins at noon, followed by the ceremony at 12:30 p.m. in A. Lincoln Commons.
The American Legion Family Color Guard Post 759 will post the colors and LLCC staff member Doris Williams will sing the national anthem. State Representative and LLCC Trustee Wayne Rosenthal, retired Brigadier General of the Illinois Air National Guard, is serving as master of ceremonies. LLCC student Specialist Jeffrey Surbeck, Army National Guard, is providing remarks. The ceremony also includes a performance of “America the Beautiful” by LLCC’s Choir and the playing of “Taps” by LLCC student Codey Thomas.