Voices Community Calendar/Announcements
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below are not necessarily
endorsed or sponsored by Arab
Voices. Listing them on this
site is a service to the
community to be aware of
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Career Training School
Registration is Open
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Training future technicians by technicians.
Career Training School, 6800 Bintliff Dr., # F, Houston,
For more information, call 713-931-5300 or visit
Arabic Classes Resumes for
Fall 2020 at ACC
Our School administration at ACC (Arab American
Cultural & Community Center) was closely monitoring
the local public health reports and the local school
districts plans in deciding how to proceed with our
own weekend school Operations. In light of most
major school districts decision to operate on an
online mode for at least part of the fall, we
decided to follow suit and start the first couple of
weeks of school in an online mode, with the
readiness to switch to face to face pending the
state of the pandemic and local authorities'
Arabic classes at ACC will resume virtually on
Saturday September 12th.
The virtual meet the teacher and placement test will
take place on Saturday September 5th.
As always, we offer early bird registration
discount. Early bird deadline is Saturday September
** Special discounts also applied to returning
students, siblings, and Frontline Responders, all
teachers in the greater Houston area.
One on One, and Private Arabic Classes (for Kids -
Youth - Adults) Available based on requests.
(Different tuition rates apply for private classes)
To learn more about the school, tuitions, and to
register, please call
832.351.3366 or email us at
Arabic School Registration
is Open at SAC
The fall semester for the Syrian American Club
Arabic language classes will begin on Saturday,
The deadline to register is Thursday, August 20th,
and the schedule will be released shortly after
To enroll your child(ren), please follow this
link. If you are new to our school, Mrs. Hazami
Nabulsi will contact you directly to ensure proper
placement for your child.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us
email@example.com, or you may contact
Mrs. Hazami directly at:
Houston Arab Community Mutual Aid
SUPPORTING ONE ANOTHER DURING CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK
these challenging and uncertain times with the
outbreak of the coronavirus, the Houston Arab
Community has not been spared from the economic
impact. That is why 13 organizations have joined a
coalition of Arab organizations in the Houston
community to carry forward mutual aid relief efforts
to serve and support the Arab community of Houston.
Our first step as the Houston Arab Community Mutual
Aid Coalition or HACMA Coalition is outreach to our
community so that we better understand the needs of
the community in this trying time. In order to
achieve this, we have done the following and ask for
(1) We put together a
form in both Arabic and English to find out who
in our community needs help.
(2) We put together a
form for volunteering and donations.
Both forms can be found by clicking here.
We are hoping we can work together to build a
strong, united Arab community in Houston to uplift
one another. If you have any questions or need to
reach our coalition at any time, please contact:
Hall of Ancient Egypt
Safely ensconced in the Sahara desert, and drawing
its lifeblood from the river Nile, ancient Egyptian
civilization flourished for more than three
millennia. A quintessential example of what
archaeologists call a primary civilization,” ancient
Egypt did not rely on inspiration from others to
develop its own architecture, writing and
religion—all of Egyptian culture was developed “in
The themes of writing, religion, natural resources
and of course mummification will be explored in this
new permanent exhibition hall.
When: Members Preview: May 24-30, 2013; Public
Opening: May 31, 2013
Location: Houston Museum of Natural Science, 5555
Hermann Park Drive, Houston 77030
Ever since the late 18th century, the Western world
has been exploring Egypt. This hall will present
artifacts collected during these early days of
investigations, and will also compare old-style
archaeology with 21st-century approaches, such as
using satellite imagery and remote sensing to locate
and map ancient settlements. The Museum’s own mummy,
Ankh Hap, will be moved to his new surroundings in
time for the opening on May 24, 2013.
For more information,
Click here for a list of Past Events.