Let’s Enrich Tomorrow.
Enrich your tomorrow by being involved in the life of your community college.
Enjoy programs monthly during the year and volunteer opportunities within the college and the community as part of Life Enrichment, an educational, entertaining, and cultural program tailored to today’s busy lifestyles.
Life Enrichment meets the first Tuesday of every month starting at 9 a.m. A light breakfast is served at 8:30 a.m. on these regular meeting dates. Other activities will be scheduled as opportunities arise. Annual membership in the program is $25.
Speakers present on a broad range of topics and past performers have included singers, storytellers, and actors.
Tuesday, July 11, 2017, meeting
Join us for coffee & a light breakfast at 8:30 a.m. in the Hubbard Welcome Center.
8:30 a.m. - Coffee
9 a.m. – "Adapting History for Stage and Screen," by Mark Mannette. A look at the history of the history play and a critique of the playwrights’ responsibility to be historically accurate. But what is a history play you might ask? A play in this genre is based on a historical narrative, often set in the medieval or early modern past. So, should we dramatize history? Should we alter the facts to enhance the theater goer’s experience? Mannette is the director of theatre at Newman University and currently serves as president of the board for Music Theatre for Young People.
10 a.m. - Amber Myers from Flint Hills Discovery Center, will present “Flint Hills: The Nature of It.” This presentation will cover how the Flint Hills geology has created very unique setting for prairie wildlife and plants. Several Flint Hills and Tallgrass Prairie birds, animals, plants, and grasses will be highlighted along with where you can go see the most representative prairies within the Flint Hills.