Chinese Painting Class is now officially open for registration. Classes will begin July 9, Wednesday at 1:30pm, include a total of 8 classes (July 9 – August 27), and be held in the DCCC Conference Room.
Course will include basic exercises like painting flowers, bamboo, and birds. The teacher 張毓琇 will adjust the instruction based on the different levels of the students. The entire 8 classes cost a total of $120. If you pay in one payment rather than separate payments for each class ($15 each class), you can pay a total of $80 and save $40. If interested in registering, please contact DCCC (972-480-0311).
DCCC is accepting registration for the Texas drivers education course to prepare students for the written part of Texas driver license test. Ages 25 years and older can enroll into the 6 hours course which includes written test and vision test to be held on Saturdays. Registration fee is $99 per person.
If interested in finding out more information, please contact DCCC at 972-480-0311.
Thank you State Farm Insurance Company for helping sponsor this program.
On June 7, Saturday, 10am-11:30am at DCCC, the Alzheimer’s Association Dallas Branch and DCCC have jointly organized a seminar to help you better understand the Alzheimer’s Disease and the top ten warning signs (the importance of early detection).
Alzheimer’s disease affects various groups. The United States has more than five hundred million people who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease . There has not yet developed to prevent, delay , or cure Alzheimer’s disease approach.
Alzheimer’s is a brain disease , the most common symptom is memory loss. Other symptoms include impaired judgment , impaired ability to communicate and act , and even difficulty swallowing food. Alzheimer’s disease will worsen over time , eventually leading to death. In the United States, Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth leading cause of death listed. Alzheimer’s disease for women to have more impact. Statistics show that two-thirds of Alzheimer’s patients are women.
Knowing more about Alzheimer’s top ten early warning signs will help . Please come to the free seminar on Saturday, June 7 (10am-11:30am) at DCCC. If you have any questions, please call 1-800-272-3900 or go online http://www.alzdallas.org/education or call DCCC at 972-480-0311.
Many new books and DVDs available in the DCCC library including but not limited to children books, Korean DVDs, Hong Kong DVDs and China DVDs. If interested in renting books or DVDs, please visit DCCC and inquire about getting a library card.