Soccer Playoffs @ LTCC's Home Field Saturday Nov. 22
Get ready to howl! The Coyote men's soccer team, currently ranked #12 in the state, plays their first playoff game on Saturday, Nov. 22 at 2 p.m. versus #16 ranked Santa Rosa at the Community Playfield on Al Tahoe. Enjoy free hot drinks and tasty snacks courtesy of the LTCC Foundation, plus halftime fun for a chance at winning free Coyote gear! Tickets are $10 general admission, $7 for students, seniors, staff and faculty, and kids 12 and under are free. Tickets are available in Student Services. Students: want to win a free ticket? Head to LTCC's Facebook page for your chance! The Coyote women's team, ranked #28 in the state, is also playoff-bound. They'll hit the road Nov. 22 for an away game against #16 ranked Mendocino. Click here for rosters, interviews, and all things Coyote!
Brush Up Your Shakespeare What would YOU be willing to do for 3 million dollars? The uproarious comedy Leading Ladies takes the stage at the Duke Theatre through Nov. 23. High school and college students, come Nov. 20 and your valid ID gets you in for free! Click here for more info.
Help the Hungry in Your Community The Friends of ALLY student club is collecting canned and non-perishable foods to help feed the hungry this holiday season. Bins are located around campus - share what you can through Nov. 25!
Reading With Friends Join other lovers of literature in LTCC's new Book Club! The next meeting date is Tuesday, Dec. 2 from 12pm to 2pm in L131 in the Library Building. All are welcome to come and discuss Luis Alberto Urrea's The Devil's Highway, available in the LTCC Library.
An Artful Presentation From the wide-open plains of Wyoming to the winding streets of Italy, LTCC Art Instructor Phyllis Shafer found new inspiration on her recent sabbatical. Join her for a slide show and talk about her recent travels and new artwork on Thursday, Dec. 3 in Room F101 @ 5pm.
A Joyful Noise for the Holidays The LTCC Music Department and the Tahoe Choir present "For the Love of Music" on Dec. 6 and 7 @ 7:30p.m. in the Duke Theatre. The concert will feature favorite holiday classics, popular songs, and a mix of serious and funny pieces - a little something for all music lovers!