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  1. Hello. Perhaps some of you read an article by the title of "LCS introduces art through the lens", written by Dale Palfrey in the latest Guadalajara Reporter. I am the person in the photograph, my name is Miguel Serrano. There is not much I can add that was not stated in the article already, perhaps just share that the course is not based strictly on digital photography; in fact, it aims to focus more on artistic expression, through the instrument that we call "camera". The use of analogue processes is also in our plans. I would also like to add that we have a very special group, as most attendants are already partaking in other artistic and creative endeavors, and almost all are teenagers. I am happy to report that we've been able to secure 6 point-and-shoot cameras, for which our team is very grateful. These are the cameras that we've been using thus far, but they come with their fair share of problems. To list some, one is missing a battery, two cameras use somewhat obscure methods for storing photographs, most are very limited in functionality and two are just in very bad shape. I don't mean to come across as ungrateful or unhappy, in fact, it's quite the opposite: I'm amazed that some persons were so kind as to donate this gear to us. However, this represents a problem as there are not enough cameras for the attendees, and it's left me worried as I have felt a strong interest and desire to learn from every single person that has attended our class. I am not overstating. This is a call for help. I would like to request aid in getting more cameras. It doesn't matter if it's a beat up camera, if it is old and shoots on film, if it is an "ugly" or a "bad" camera. They are all helpful. We are more focused in the photograph than the camera, but to fulfill the goals of this course it is crucial that we have the necessary tools. You can reach me by email at serrmigue@gmail.com, my cellphone number is 449 553 0197. You can also find me at the LCS gazebo every Saturday from 10 am to 12pm, where we teach the course. Additionally, you can reach out to one of my partners, Michael Searles at mbemsea@gmail.com He has made a great effort to gather all of the cameras that we have so far. Thank you.
  2. Que Ganga bazar is having a special children's clothing sale which started today. There are about 1/2 the clothes left and the prices range 5,10,15 p . Que Ganga is west next to La Reserva and Anchor restaurant. It is open from 10-3pm everyday but Sunday. Lots of new "gently used " adult clothes as well. This is LCS sponsored and money goes for children programs there.
  3. Good day everyone, Here is the video of last Sundays Open Circle performance. I hope you all enjoy it. For my channel HERE To subscribe HERE For all of my videos HERE For old Open Circle episodes videoed by Roy (adding one a day until they are all up) HERE For new Open Circle episodes starting July 29th 2018 (and newer)(adding one a week) HERE
  4. Good day everyone, Here is the video of last Sundays Open Circle performance. I hope you all enjoy it. For my channel HERE To subscribe HERE For all of my videos HERE For old Open Circle episodes videoed by Roy (adding one a day until they are all up) HERE For new Open Circle episodes starting July 29th 2018 (and newer)(adding one a week) HERE
  5. Good day everyone, Here is the video of last Sundays Open Circle performance. I hope you all enjoy it. For my channel HERE To subscribe HERE For all of my videos HERE For old Open Circle episodes videoed by Roy (adding one a day until they are all up) HERE For new Open Circle episodes starting July 29th 2018 (and newer)(adding one a week) HERE
  6. Good day everyone, Here is the video of last Sundays Open Circle performance. I hope you all enjoy it. For my channel HERE To subscribe HERE For all of my videos HERE For old Open Circle episodes videoed by Roy (adding one a day until they are all up) HERE For new Open Circle episodes starting July 29th 2018 (and newer)(adding one a week) HERE
  7. Good day everyone, Here is the video of last Sundays Open Circle performance. I hope you all enjoy it. For my channel HERE To subscribe HERE For all of my videos HERE For old Open Circle episodes videoed by Roy (adding one a day until they are all up) HERE For new Open Circle episodes starting July 29th 2018 (and newer)(adding one a week) HERE
  8. Good day everyone, Here is the video of last Sundays Open Circle performance. I hope you all enjoy it. For my channel HERE To subscribe HERE For all of my videos HERE For old Open Circle episodes videoed by Roy (adding one a day until they are all up) HERE For new Open Circle episodes starting July 29th 2018 (and newer)(adding one a week) HERE
  9. Open Circle Good day everyone, Here is the video of last Sundays Open Circle performance. I hope you all enjoy it. For my channel HERE To subscribe HERE For all of my videos HERE For old Open Circle episodes videoed by Roy (adding one a day until they are all up) HERE For new Open Circle episodes starting July 29th 2018 (and newer)(adding one a week) HERE
  10. Potter Productions presents its first offering, a restaging of Love, Loss and What I Wore, back by popular demand with its original director, Rosann Balbontin, and cast: Phyllis Silverman, Maryanne Gibbard, Roseann Wilshere, Sue Quiriconi, and Anne Drake. Show dates are March 18 and March 25 at 3 pm, at the Lake Chapala Society. Doors open at 2 pm. Use the side entrance (same as for Open Circle). The price of admission is 100 pesos. Liquid refreshments and snacks are available. Email your reservation requests to potterproductions@outlook.com and include your preferred date and number in your party. The play: Written by Nora and Delia Ephron, (creators of Sleepless in Seattle, When Harry Met Sally, You've Got Mail, and more), and based on the book by Ilene Beckerman, this show is a fast-paced scrapbook of stories about unfortunate prom dresses, the traumatic lighting in fitting rooms, high heels, short skirts and the existential state of having nothing to wear. Accessorizing these comical and poignant tales are the mothers who disapprove, the men who disappear, and the sisters who've got your back.
  11. Many people around the lake knew Bud Gallagher through all the work he did with so many charities, churches, and just helping any one who called. He recently passed away and those who worked with him have established a memorial fund to keep his good work going. You would have seen him at LCS providing information and help ... or at spay and neuter clinics hauling boxes and food ... or taking a villager to a doctor’s appt ... or bringing food to Operation Feed. He was always there for so many of us. He really believed that we needed to do more to help those in need climb up to the next step. In his honor, Operation Feed has established a special fund for projects to do just that. Help for the knitters group ... funding the nutrition classes that may help with the diabetes crisis ... and funds to pay for glasses, medicines, etc. We invite you to contribute just $30 US or $500 pesos to become a member of the Bud’s Giving Tree. Let us know how you want your name listed. This tree will serve as a reminder to all of us who volunteer that our efforts will last longer than we do. Plus Bud’s family will have a permanent visible reminder of how much Bud meant to all of us. You can donate through our website or by calling Jon Seaborg or at Viva Mexico. http://operationfeed.weebly.com/donate.html
  12. There are still some spaces in the LCS Android classes being held on July 7 and 14. For information please go to the Lake Chapala Society page on this board or the Lake Chapala Society website http://lakechapalasociety.com/weebly/index.php
  13. http://www.tallboys band.com The Tallboys Band Play their last show at the LCS Picnic June 18th. Tickets are on sale now at the LCS Lots of food, Raffles and an Open Bar, We hope to see you there. It's gonna be a fun Afternoon.
  14. The Tallboys Band Play their last show at the LCS Picnic June 18th. Tickets are on sale now at the LCS Lots of food, Raffles and an Open Bar, We hope to see you there. It's gonna be a fun Afternoon.
  15. Every year at LCS we hold the Neill James Lecture Series. Despite its rather formal name, the series is basically talks given by any one of us who would like to share something with the lakeside community. They will happen on a Tuesday afternoon for an hour starting in December (LCS Sala 2pm). If you would like to participate, contact me here or PM me. If you think you might want to participate we could help with a presentation and hand-hold all the way. It is a very friendly atmosphere, not at all intimidating, and could be a great way to start out with that special something you have always wanted to share. The only topics that we can't accept (partly due to LCS policy) are topics where you might be selling something, political or religious proselytizing, or personal life stories. LCS has reaffirmed its mission to keep us all mentally active and challenge us with a bit of learning - if you think your topic would not be out of place in a TED talk, then it could be just right for the series. I know there is a lot of hidden expertise lakeside, please share it with your friends.
  16. LCS is working on another set of trips to see Charros Baseball games in Guad. We are still trying to figure all this out but PM me with your email and name and we will email you when we have more finalized details if you want more info on trip. What we know and that could change. This years package will include good seats from first to third base rather than the outfield seating in the VIP player family section we had last year. We expect (and it could change) to be around 500 pesos per game. Most games will be day games on weekends as that was most popular last year. Thanks for listening and play ball !!!! LCScats
  17. Does anyone know if classes are offered soon?
  18. The LCS Children's Art Program is proud to be a part of the Ajijic Society of the Arts (ASA) Open Studios Tour. We'll have a few children there each day working on their art, as well as a selection of cards and original art. A large part of the proceeds from the sale of cards and art goes to the child artist. We'll be at Arte Ajijic (the studio of Jesús López Vega), Rio Zula #1 in West Ajijic, on Saturday and Sunday (February 7 & 8) from 10am to 4pm. Be sure to visit us and the kids – we'd love to see you! You need to buy an Open Studios Tour Passport to visit any or all of the 58 artists in studios on the tour. You can buy a Passport for $50 pesos at LCS or Diane Pearl's, or at the studio on the day. We also want to extend a huge "Thank You" to ASA for their continued and generous support of the Children's Art Program. ASA's commitment makes sure that Ajijic continues to be a thriving art community by helping us to inspire the next generations of our local artists. Through ASA's financial and volunteer assistance, we're able to hold our annual Summer Art Camp each July, and offer higher quality art materials at our free Saturday morning art classes (10:00 a.m. to Noon, rain or shine) for local children aged 3 to 18 years old.
  19. This is the annual event many wait for... it's become a Lakeside tradition! A Children's Art Holiday Card booth will be set up on the LCS Patio every Monday and Tuesday from 10am to 2pm until December 23. You'll be able to browse through the kid's Holiday Card catalogue, and order your selection of cards for prompt delivery. Individual cards are also available for instant purchase. You can also browse the Holiday Card Catalogue in advance on the LCS web site by clicking here. As well as these popular Holiday Cards, the kid's regular art cards are also available. This booth has a much wider assortment of kid's art cards than you can normally see on the Patio (similar to the selection sold at events). Visit the LCS Patio on Monday or Tuesday, and talk with our friendly volunteers. They'll be happy to show you the entire selection of children's cards, and often have some of the kid's original art for sale. Please support our kids at this important time of year – a large portion of the sale of each card goes to the child artist.
  20. Bring favorite game(s) to teach and share; or come just to learn and play. Nearly anything goes — e.g., Uno, Rumikub, Dominoes, Scrabble, Cribbage, Clue, Fluxx, Pandemic, Ticket to Ride, etc.(no "loud" or “party" games that are likely to distract or disrupt others, please). Mondays 1 - 4:00 PM at the LCS Gazebo Game on!
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