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LCCC Science and Mathematics Division Hosts Speaker:
Lorain County Community College’s Division of Science and
Mathematics Speaker Series will host “Searching for Chemicals
Sensors to Bind Alzheimer's Amyloid” at 2 p.m. on Friday,
November 16, 2018 in room 205 of the iLOFT building on campus.
Sune Feldthusen Husted from the Zaeland Institute of Business and
Technology in Denmark will discuss how the aggregation processes
unfold in the formation of amyloid plaque and strategies for finding
new promising sensor candidates. The speech will be followed by a
reception and student poster session at 3 p.m. in iLOFT 207.
For more information, contact Professor Regan Silvestri at
LCCC Career Services hosts Transitions networking meetings:
Lorain County Community College’s Career Services offers free
Transitions networking meetings for area professionals from 7-8:30
p.m. the second and fourth Monday of each month in room 118 in
Spitzer Conference Center. Transitions meetings feature short
seminars on topics relevant to a successful job search, the sharing
of job leads and support and networking.
The next meetings include:
Your Holiday Job Search; December 10-How "Hunting in Pairs"
Can Optimize Your Job Search Success
Business casual attire is recommended. To register for this session
or for more information about Transitions, call (440) 366-4076.
Registrations can also be made at
LCCC hosts Holiday Concert:
Lorain County Community College’s Civic Chorale and Civic Orchestra,
under the baton of Emerita Conductor Nancy Davis, will present the
40th Annual Holiday Choral Concert at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday,
December 1, 2018 at Stocker Arts Center’s Hoke Theater.
The concert will include John Rutter’s masterwork, “Magnificat” with
soprano, Taryn Moore; selections from Handel’s “Messiah;” and other
Christmas favorites, including “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing”
arranged by Dan Forrest, “Joy to the World” arranged by Mack Wilberg
and “Mary, Did You Know?” arranged by Mac Huff. Festive
intermission music will be performed by a guest ensemble.
General admission tickets are $9 for adults; $8 for LCCC students,
staff and seniors; and $7 for groups of 15 or more. Tickets may be
purchased by calling the Stocker Center box office at (440) 366-4040
or online at
Discounts are available.
Lorain County Community College is located at 1005 N. Abbe Road,
Elyria, Ohio. Parking on campus is free.
LCCC Hosts Information Session on Small Business Development Center:
The Lorain County Community College Small Business Development
Center (SBDC) will hold an information session at the Wellington
Center from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 29. Guests can
network with other small business leaders, meet the SBDC coaches and
learn how SBDC an assist small business.
To RSVP to this free event, visit
For more information, call Amy Szmania at (440) 366-4556.
Lorain County Community College’s Wellington Center is located at
151 Commerce Drive, Wellington.
LCCC Hosts Brunch
Lorain County Community College will
host a Brunch with Santa from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday,
December 15 at the Spitzer Conference Center in the Reaser Grand
Room on campus.
In addition to brunch, activities
include cookie decorating, ornament making and pictures with Santa.
Admission is $20 for adults and $10 for
children under 12. Children under 3 are free. Proceeds will directly
benefit the community through the LCCC Foundation.
To reserve seats, call Conference &
Dining Services at (440) 366-4100 or visit
LCCC’s Stocker Arts
Center Presents Lucky Chops
Lorain County Community College’s
Stocker Arts Center presents Lucky Chops at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday,
November 27 in the Hoke Theatre.
Redefining what it means to be a brass
band, Lucky Chops stormed onto the scene in 2015. With roots in New
York’s LaGuardia Arts High School, the band started out performing
on the streets of New York and in small venues around the city. With
a mission to capture the energy of a rock band with the
dance-ability of an EDM DJ (electronic dance music DJ), the group
took their act to the New York City subway system where they grew a
legion of followers.
It was one tourist from South America
who posted a cell phone video of the band in March of 2015 that
changed everything. Within days, millions of people had viewed the
video. Lucky Chops found themselves on a European tour which
included shows in Denmark and France, further expanding their global
fan base. Upon returning to New York, Lucky Chops went back into the
subway and began performing at clubs. Now with a large fan base and
over 40 million views on their videos, Lucky Chops is setting out to
show the world the pure magic that happens every time they play
Stocker Arts Center offers dinner prior
to the Performing Artists Series shows. Dinner for Lucky Chops will
be held in the Norton Culinary Arts Center next to Stocker Arts
Center and seatings are at 5:45 p.m. or 6:15 p.m. Tickets for dinner
are $30 per person and must be purchased at least a week prior to
the event. Valet parking is also available for this show for $5 per
car and can be purchased either in advance or can be paid in cash to
the valets the night of the performance.
The Performing Artist Series single
tickets are $40 for orchestra and $33 for mezzanine seats. Tickets
are $10 for active duty military members, as well as youth 18 and
under and students with valid IDs. Subscriptions are still on sale
for Pick 3 or Pick all 4 of the remaining 2018-2019 Performing
Artists Series shows. To learn more about subscription prices or to
get more information about the season, visit StockerArtsCenter.com
or call the box office at (440) 366-4040. The Stocker Box Office is
open Monday through Friday from noon to 6 p.m. and 90 minutes before
curtain time the night of the performance.
Stocker Arts Center is located on the
campus of Lorain County Community College at 1005 North Abbe Road,
Elyria, Ohio. Follow Stocker Arts Center on Facebook and @StockerArts
on Twitter and Instagram.
LCCC Theatre program
hosts “The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail”
The Lorain County Community College
Arts and Humanities division
theatre program will present its fall performance “The Night
Thoreau Spent in Jail” at 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday,
November 15-17, 2018 in the Cirigliano Studio Theatre at Stocker
The drama, written in 1969 by Jerome
Lawrence and Robert E. Lee, opens with Thoreau in jail for refusing
to pay taxes to a government conducting a war of aggression in
Mexico, at midpoint shows Ralph Waldo Emerson visiting him,
and ends on the morning of his release. Scenes portray his return
from Harvard where he idolized Emerson, his attempt to establish a
transcendentalist school, his career as a handyman and tutor in
Emerson’s household, and his romance and his friendship with an
illiterate cellmate. The end is a grotesque dream in which the
characters take up guises in a mortal assault on Mexico.
The play is directed by Sarah May, whose
work as a director is well known around Northeast Ohio where she has
been a guest artist at many area theatres and colleges. Most
recently she directed the timely comedy “Rasheeda Speaking” at
Karamu Theatre, Terrance McNally’s “Mother’s and Sons” at Beck
Center, the one-man drama “Thurgood” (Scene Magazine’s Best Actor
Award for Greg White) at Ensemble Theatre, and “Life with Father”
(Best Show of the Season) at Weathervane Playhouse in Akron.
The ticket price is $9 for adults and $8
for LCCC students with valid ID, children 18 and under, faculty,
staff and seniors 65+.
Stocker Arts Center is located on the
campus of Lorain County Community College located at 1005 N. Abbe
Road, Elyria, Ohio. Parking on campus is free.
LCCC NEO LaunchNET
Celebrates Global Entrepreneurship Week
Lorain County Community College’s entrepreneurial support
center NEO LaunchNET will host a series of events in
celebration of Global Entrepreneurship Week on Monday,
Nov. 12; Tuesday, Nov. 13 and Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018. The week
will kick off with a chili cook off from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on
Monday, Nov.12 in College Center Commons, cohosted with LCCC's
Veterans Services in honor of Veterans Day. Proceeds from tips will
be donated to Veterans Services.
The event will feature guest speaker Josh Ruminski, owner
and founder of Happy Thoughts Candle Co. Ruminski will discuss
working through his own mental health challenges and discovering
entrepreneurship with a purpose.
From 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 14 percussionist and
entrepreneur Elec Simon will perform in
College Center with while food trucks are set up outside of College
Commons. Featured food trucks will include Little Piggy (pulled
pork), Betty’s Bomb Ass Burgers (gourmet burgers), 216 Bistro Truck
(burgers and tacos), The Raging Avocado (pizza, wings and wontons)
and Sweets on the Streets (desserts).
\NEO LaunchNET’s annual business competition will be held at 1
p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 14 in the Advanced Technologies Center in
room 122. Students will each present a business idea before a panel
of judges for the opportunity to win cash prizes of $500 (first
place), $250 (second place) and $150 (third place).
The events are free and open to the public. For more information,
call (330) 366-4900
to sign up for the competition.
Lorain County Community College is located at 1005 North Abbe
Road, Elyria, Ohio.
El calendario de Consulados Móviles de 2018, es el siguiente:
Noviembre Mayores Senior Center
obtener su pasaporte y/o matricula durante alguno de estos
Consulados Móviles, es necesario agendar una cita previamente en
MEXITEL en el siguiente link:
o por teléfono al: 877 639 4835.
El Centro de Servicios Sociales
ESOL Orientation will be held at El Centro from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30
p.m. Orientation is required in order to attend ESOL classes
provided by Lorain County Community College ABLE Consortium at El
November 15 -
El Centro Food Pantry – In collaboration with Second Harvest
Food Bank of North Central Ohio at El Centro from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00
p.m. Income eligible households (below 200% of the poverty level)
are given one box of food on a first-come, first-served basis –
FREE. Photo ID and proof of residency required. (This event occurs
every third Thursday of each month at the same time)
November 17 and December 1
(9:30 am to 12:30 pm) – Bilingual Financial Education Classes
- These classes will help to improve financial literacy to the
residents of the Greater Lorain area. El Centro will offer future
homebuyers two financial literacy courses (three hours per class)
focused on: Financial Recovery (Credit Repair) and Money Matters
(Budgeting & Saving). Classes will be held at El Centro.
November 9 – December 10
– El Centro will conduct a holiday gift drive for the Senior
Program. El Centro provides services to approximately 250
Latino seniors that struggle with isolation, poverty and lack of
support. You can make a difference to the life of one of these
seniors by donating a new gift. Any new gift will be accepted,
however, we would like to provide items such as pajamas, slippers,
gloves, scarfs, sweaters, etc. for males and females with sizes
ranging from M-XXL.
WHAT’S HAPPENING AT LORAIN PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM’S MAIN LIBRARY
351 W. SIXTH
ST., LORAIN * 440-244-1192
Wednesdays, November 14, 21; December 5, 12, 19, 26; 6 p.m. ‑ 7 p.m.
Line Dancing to R & B and Soul Music, taught by Ms. Evelyn Henry, is
a casual experience at the Main Library. Come to learn this new
skill or practice what you already know and make new friends at the
same time. Preregistration required.
Wednesday, November 14; 6:30 p.m. ‑ 8 p.m.
Books and Brews ‑ Speak of the Devil
Come and grab a cold brew and discuss Frankenstein in Baghdad by
Ahmed Saadawi with library staff! Adults ages 21 and over are
welcome to join us at Speak of the Devil located at 201 W 5th St,
Lorain, OH. Participants are responsible for their own drinks.
Thursday, November 15; 12:30 p.m. ‑ 1:30 p.m.
Spice & Herb Exchange Club ‑ Seasoned Salts and Rubs
Learn how to make seasonings for meats and more. Taste yummy
samples and make and take your home own custom rub! Preregistration
Thursday, November 15; 6 p.m. ‑ 7 p.m.
Cozy Book Discussion
Get ready to cozy up to some good mysteries and thrillers with
this laid back book discussion. Preregistration required.
Friday, November 16; 11 a.m. ‑ noon
Kindergarten Readiness ‑ My Neighborhood
Help your preschooler make the transition into their first year
of school by exploring early social studies concepts. Come play and
learn together at hands‑on activity stations about the people and
places that make up your community. Preregistration required.
Saturday, November 17; 7 p.m. ‑ 8 p.m.
Calling all witches and wizards from teen to adult! Join us for a
magical evening of escape as you follow the clues and find your way
out. Preregistration required.
Mondays, November 19, 26; December 3, 10, 17; 2 p.m. ‑ 4 p.m.
Job Help Mondays
Are you seeking help in looking for a job? Come to one of the
library’s free drop‑in sessions. Learn how to compose and assemble
your own resume, set up your own email account, attach your resume
in an email to a job website, save your resume online, apply for a
job online and set up your own account with online job websites.
WHAT’S HAPPENING AT LORAIN PUBLIC LIBRARY SYSTEM’S SOUTH LORAIN
2121 HOMEWOOD DRIVE,
LORAIN * 440-277-5672
Saturday, November 17; 2 p.m.
Introduction to Lapidary and Jewelry Making
Join Sue and John Zabor from the Parma Lapidary Club as they
demonstrate how to turn rocks and minerals into jewelry. Topics that
will be covered include where to find gem stones, how to cut and
polish stones, and the metal work and wiring methods used to create
jewelry. Preregistration required.
Sunday, November 18; 2 p.m. ‑ 3 p.m.
Sunday Series ‑ The Real Story of the First Thanksgiving
Presented by John Burke, hear Chief Massasoit of the Wampanoag
tribe, tell the real story of the first Thanksgiving dinner with the
Pilgrims in 1620. Learn how Squanto and Samoset helped the Pilgrims
survive the first year at Plymouth rock. Find out what foods were
served at the initial harvest feast and what ultimately happened to
the Wampanoag tribe. This program is brought to you by the Friends
of the Lorain Public Library, Inc.
Monday, November 19; 6 p.m.
STEAM Kids: Owl Pellet
Join us as we dissect owl pellets and search for rodent bones. This
program is perfect for curious kids that love science and nature.
Tuesday, November 20; 6:30 p.m.
Change of Pace Book
Discussion Group ‑ Beartown by Fredrik Backman
The hopes and dreams of Beartown, a tiny community nestled in the
forest, rests with a junior hockey team that is about to compete in
the national semi‑finals. However, a violent act leaves a young girl
traumatized and the entire town in turmoil. Beartown explores the
hopes that bring a small community together, the secrets that tear
it apart, and the courage it takes for an individual to go against
the grain. Read the book and join our discussion. Books will be
available at the South Lorain Branch Library one month prior to the
Wednesday, November 21; 4 p.m. ‑ 5:30 p.m.
Pokémon: Let’s Go!
Join us for some Pokémon fun. Go on a Pokémon quest, make a
Pokémon‑inspired craft, and try your hand at a demo of the new game
Pokémon: Let’s Go! Preregistration required.
Saturday, November 24; 2 p.m.
Kids Art Studio ‑ Nature
Kids, join us to celebrate nature and art with a variety of
nature‑inspired art projects. Recommended for children with the
ability to use scissors and other cutting tools. Preregistration
Sunday, November 25; 2 p.m. ‑ 3 p.m.
Sunday Series ‑ The Gales of November
Sailors on the Great Lakes know that November is the worst
month! Presented by Eden Valley Enterprises, come hear the stories
of some famous and not‑so‑famous shipwrecks in that treacherous
month, complete with authentic music. This program is brought to you
by the Friends of the Lorain Public Library, Inc.
Latino-style dancing in the Detroit area go to:
Post gratis. Contact La Prensa at
(Rico, NW Ohio), 440-320-8221 (Rubén
NE Ohio), or, better yet, email to email@example.com.
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y La Música
Hall, 43 E.
Central Ave., bailes every Sat., $5 cover. 419.254.0000.
La Vista, Downtown
Toledo, corner of Summit St. and Locust with DJ playing the latest
hits in Bachata, Merengue and Salsa; Daily and Nightly Specials on
Drinks and Food; (419) 241-1173.
Airport Hwy. w/ salsa, merengue, hip hop; DJ on Thur. (Ladies
night) , Fri. (mas Tejano), & Sat. (Latina); no cover before
4725 Woodville Rd; salsa; call 419.693.9777.
W. 21st St. & Rt 58, Fri: Hip Hop/Latino; Sat: Latino,
Rico at: 313.729.4435, or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Springwells Street; every Friday night; Baile Cumbia; free
cumbia lessons; DJ Manolito; cumbia, salsa, ranchera, merengue;
6060 W. Fort Street; weekly Sat.; 313.995.4938.
234 W. Larned; Fri., 248.756.4821.
Past 3, 2554
Grand River, Sat: Latin Dance Parties with DJ Cisco; salsa, merengue,
bachata; free salsa lessons; ladies free before 10PM; 313.304.8953
and 248.756.4821. www.danceindetroit.com.
Bagley St., most Fri. & Sat; 313.554.4444.
Posh, 22061 Woodward, Sun., 248.756.4821.
Pier Ballroom; most Saturday nights; El Baile Grande, 10
p.m. to 3 a.m. Call 734.848.4326.
HEAT, Pike St. & N. Saginaw St., Fri; at the main level:
salsa, merengue, bachata & Latin House music by DJ Cisco &
Alfredo; in the Hookah Lounge: flamenco, reggae, & Arabic music.
248.756.4821 or www.salsadetroit.com.
& Thurs; Sky Club, 401 S. Lafayette; doors open at 8 p.m.
with free dance lessons at 8:15 p.m; 21 and over; proper attire;
586.254.0560 or 248.756.4821.
Argentine Tango Detroit, 7758 Auburn Road; Tango on Fri;
Lodge St. 43609
First Spanish Church of God
E. Broadway 43605
10:00 a.m.& 5:00PM
& Vier., 7:00PM
• Iglesia Bautista
El Buen Pastor
521 Spencer Rd. 43609
Rev. Dr. Alberto Martínez
Berna Aguilar, Youth Pastor
Dom., 10:15AM, 11:20AM,
• Iglesia Cristo La Roca de Salvación
2052 Front St. 43605
Pastores: Exh. Miguel & Blanca Ladriyé
Dom: Escuela 10:30AM; Culto
• Iglesia Nueva Vida
2025 Airport Hwy 43609
Pastor Titular: Josué Rodríguez
Pastor Asociado: José Rosario
Estudio Biblico: Jue. 7PM
• Iglesia Torre Fuerte
Iglesia de Bible Temple
3327 Airport Hwy 43609
Pastor Guadalupe Rios
• La Primera Iglesia Bautista
Elm St. 43604
Pastor: José Luis Jirón
Escuela dominical: 10:00AM
Culto de adoración:11:00A
cultos son bilingüe
studies: Sat. 10:00AM
SS. Peter & Paul
St. Clair St. 43609
Sacred Heart Chapel
William A. Thaden
8AM, 10AM,& Noon
jueves, vier. 9:30AM
House of Praise
Elyria Ave. 44055
Gilbert & Eileen Silva
9 & 10:30AM [Eng.]
Mar. & Jue., 7:00PM
• Iglesia del Dios Viviente
254 Barres Lane
Elyria OH 44035
Pastor Martin & Carmen Moyet
Mier., 7-8:30PM Conocimientos Biblicos
Dom., 1:00PM Evangelio y Adoración
• Iglesia Pentecostal
1930 Broadway 44055
Paster Miguel Serrano
Dom., Escuela dom. 10AM
Dom., culto evan.
Martes, jueves, viernes @ 7PM:
Evangelistas Daniel González, Francisco Vega, Abel Robles
• La Iglesia de Dios, Inc.
Rev. Angel L. Rivera
3115 Elyria Ave. 44052
• Misión Cristiana Faro de Luz
West Fifth St. 44052
Pastor Luis A. Morales
Dom., 1:00PM: Predicación
4:00PM: Escuela Biblica
• Our Savior
Nuestro Salvador Luthern Church
4501 Clinton Ave.
Rev. Cora Lee
11:15AM:Serv. de Adoración
• The Salvation
Carlos & Trudy Medina
Reunion de Adoración; 1:00PM Escuela
6:30PM Estudio Biblico
6:00PM Club de Niños
Tabernacle International Church
2203 Meister Rd.
Pastores David &
10:00AM (Escuela Dominical)
& Jueves: 7:30PM
Principe de Paz
1607 East 31st St.
Iglesia del Dios Viviente
Elyria OH 44035
Pastor Martin &
Programa radial 1040AM 1:30PM
Iglesia Nueva Vida
Cleveland OH 44109
Rev. José Reyes
culto: mier. 8:00PM
“La Senda Antigua”
Rolando & Lizzette Velázquez
2681 West 14th
Cleveland OH 44113
dominical; noon: Culto Evang., Pro-Templo
clase de Nuevos Creyentes
Oración y Est. Biblico
7PM Culto de Hogares
7PM Culto Generales
7PM Culto Generales
Cleveland OH 44102
Sat. Vigil 5:00PM
Sun., 9:00AM &
Superior Ave. &
Sat. Vigil 4:00PM
St. Michael the
3114 Scranton Rd.
Cleveland OH 44109
Misión Cristiana Nueva Vida
2003 West Blvd.
Cleveland OH 44102
Dom. 9:00AM [Español]
de Niños: Vier. 6:30PM
Vanessa Rivera y
Iglesia Cristiana Fuente De Salvacion
West 140th St.
Cleveland, Ohio 44111
Estudio Bibilico a las 2PM
de Alabanza a las 3PM
en Los Hogares Para Caballeros a las 7PM
Miercoles: Oracion a las 7PM en la Iglesia
Estudios en Los Hogares/Celulas a las 7PM
Pedro & Georgina Leonardo
CHURCH OF GOD
Casa de Oracion
1600 E 34TH 44055
Pastores Jose &
Dom: 12:00pm (Escuela
Miercoles & Viernes; 7:30pm
Primera Iglesia Hispana
Alianza Cristiana y Misionera
Monroe, Michigan 48161
• Primera Iglesia Bautista
3495 Livernois Street
Detroit, Michigan 48210
Pastor Titular: Carlos Liese
Pastor Asociado: Elí Garza
Estudio Bíblico: Miér., 7:00PM Escuela
Dominical: 10:00AM Culto de Adoración:
• Nueva Creación United
Services: Juev. at 7:00PM
dom. a 5:30PM
• St. Alfred
Misa en español:
Domingo, a 5:00PM
• Parroquia de Nuestra Senora de
G-2316 W. Coldwater Rd.
Flint, MI 48505
Rev. Timothy Nelson
sabado (ingles) 5pm, domingo (español)
domingo (ingles) 11am
or Radio, with Spanish dialogue, desiring to be included in La
directories should e-mail the information to Rico, c/o email@example.com,
or fax to 419.241.5774, or call 419.870.6565 or 313.729.4035.
Gracias! There is no charge to be included on our list.
Onda Cultural Latina
Freddy Gutiérrez, Andres Alvarez, Maribel,
9:00AM to 2:00PM
p.m. & con
8:30 to 10:00AM
6:00 to 9:00PM
que se escribe
Batman y Paquita
a sab., 3:00PM to 6:00PM
a viernes, 5:00AM to 7:00AM
noon to 4:00PM