February 2017

  • Thu, 02/02/2017 - 9:00am

    With all of the terrific classes being offered this spring, did you have to make some tough choices? Well, choose no longer! At 9am on Feb. 2, the spring schedule’s 5-class limit will be lifted, allowing you to sign up for as many classes as you want. Just log into the membership site and add any classes with available seats. You’ll receive an updated schedule by email.

  • Tue, 02/07/2017 - 9:00am - Thu, 03/02/2017 - 9:00am

    Outstanding students from Otsuma Woman’s University in Japan will be joining ALCI for an intensive four week program in English language studies and cultural activities in the community. We look forward to welcoming these students February 7th. In addition to their language classes with ALCI, you may find them around town touring Bidwell Mansion, attending English Conversation Hour at the ESL Resource Center, or you might even see them skiing down the slopes of Mt. Shasta!

  • Sat, 02/18/2017 - 7:00am - 7:00pm

    Whether you have experience skiing or not, this day trip will teach you the basics of how to snow ski or snow board! Beautiful Mt. Shasta is famous for its high peaks, and snowy weather, perfect for any snow activity…especially snowball fights! Transportation, ski/snowboard rentals and lift tickets are included in the trip price of $100.

    ALCI students have priority for available seats, but all Chico State students are welcome to join if there is room.

  • Sun, 02/19/2017 - 7:30pm

    As the longest and most storied river in the world, the Nile sustains many people from different lands and languages. In this unique collaboration, more than a dozen musicians from Nile basin countries (including Sudan, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, and Uganda) come together to raise awareness of this most precious resource. The Nile Project’s album Aswan was one of NPR’s 2015 “Must Hear International Albums” of the year and adds still greater voice to this unique cultural and environmental calling.

  • Mon, 02/20/2017 - 9:00am - 5:00pm

    Following the Nile Project’s Sunday evening performance, the public is invited to an informative and creative Water Resource Conference on the Chico State campus. Several water agencies from the North State and The Nile Project artists will discuss civic engagement and water management issues. This conference is free and reservations are not required to attend. You can participate in as much of the conference as you are able. Reservations are required to purchase a boxed lunch or reserve a seat on the Hamilton City Levee Project bus tour.

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