TWO POSTPONED APRIL COURSES WILL BE STREAMED LIVE
ON ZOOM IN MAY
If you missed the Zoom Lectures You Can Watch Them Here
Two of our instructors who were not able to teach their courses in April because of the COVID-19 threat offered their classes to us via distance learning on the ZOOM platform over the past two.
If you missed Alex Karlin's lectures last week or Ed Cabrero's lecture this week you can watch them here. Click on the Zoom Lecture tab.
LLCC Courses & Events are Suspended
Dear LLCC Members & Friends,
Effective 8 a.m., Thursday, March 12, all LLCC classes & activities are suspended until further notice due to the spreading impact of COVID-19. We are monitoring the situation very closely, and we will continue to provide health information as the crisis goes on.
Much as we value these opportunities to gather together as a community, nothing matters more than taking sensible precautions to help keep one another safe.
We are hoping that the courses we are cancelling now can be rescheduled later in the year. We will notify you immediately if circumstances change. If you have registered for courses to be held in March or April, you will be receiving refunds from Brown Paper Tickets for what you paid.
We want to thank all of the instructors and other volunteers who work so hard to make the courses such fun and informative events. We are grateful, as always, for their energy and enthusiasm.
We know that news of the coronavirus is unsettling. Here are the precautions we're taking, and ask that everyone take, to help make our community as safe as possible for all:
wash your hands with soap and water frequently for at least 20 seconds
use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer (contains at least 60% alcohol) if soap and water are not available
stay home if you're sick or even suspect you might be getting sick
be evaluated by a medical professional if you have respiratory symptoms
avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands
cover coughs with a tissue or flexed elbow
use touch-free friendly gestures as greetings, rather than shaking hands or hugging
clean phones and keyboards regularly