iPhone Crash Course

Everyone seems to have an iPhone from Apple. The stylish appearance, GPS, high-resolution camera, operating system and applications make it a great phone. To learn how to use your iPhone and all its features, sign up for the iPhone Crash Course. The class will be offered on a Saturday or Sunday morning 10:00 am-12:30pm for $15 per person. If interested, please contact DCCC at 972-480-0311.

Adult ESL Class starting March 17

With the Adult ESL class, you will learn skills, proper pronunciation and grammar.  The program is an intensive learning experience that will help improve your English skills.

Current class dates are from March 17 to May 13, three days a week (Monday, Tuesday and Thursday).  There is no tuition, rather only a $20 entry fee and $45 for textbooks.  Course includes speaking, listening, reading and writing.  If interested in enrolling, please come by DCCC to register or contact us at 972-480-0311.

2014 Children Chinese Song Singing Competition

4th Annual Children Chinese Song Singing Competition
April 12, 2014 (Saturday)

Competitions:
幼兒小天使組10 a.m. : Little Angel Competition (Ages: 3, 4, 5)
明日之星組2 p.m.:Tomorrow Star Competition (Ages:  6-8, 9-11)
Goal:
To encourage children to learn culture through singing Chinese songs and help them build confidence.
Questions:
Contact DCCC at 972-480-0311.
Registration Form:
2014 Children Singing Contest Registration Form

We encourage participants to sign up early as there is limited enrollment. Continue reading

Computer Classes

The purpose of the class is to catch up with the changing times of technology and to learn more about computers.  The idea is to lay the foundation for daily work as well as understand how to use various computer applications.  DCCC has fast and powerful Dell laptops to use when learning new things.  Classes will be offered every Saturday morning 10:00am-12:30pm. The cost is $40 per person and will make if eight people sign up.   If interested, please contact DCCC at 972-480-0311.

Colorectal Cancer Information Session March 22

Asians are more likely to get colorectal cancer, but if detected early, the possibility of cure increases significantly. AACCS invited Dr. Son T. Do to give a speech on March 22 at 10am-12pm at DCCC about the prevention of colorectal cancer, symptoms, research and cure.