Carolyn Dial's blog

REMEMBERING KERMIT RENEAU

 

Through the generosity of The Community Advisory Panel to Lyondell and Equistar, several new books are now part of the North Channel Library collection. These include: The Hogg Family and Houston: Philanthropy and the Civic Ideal by Kate Sayen Kirkland, Galveston: A City on Stilts by Jodi-Wright-Gidley and Jennifer Marines, In Ike's Wake: Southeast Texas Endures Hurricane's Devastation-a pictorial account by the Photojournalists of The Beaumont Enterprise and Galena Park: The Community that Shaped It's Own History by local authors Roger Leslie and Sue Elkins Edwards. These titles were selected to honor the memory of community leader, Mr. Kermit Reneau. We invite you to come to the Library to see these books. We also invite you to remember loved ones with memorial books. Please ask to speak to Branch Librarian, Carolyn Dial, about memorial books.

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DISPLAY YOUR COLLECTIONS!!

 

 

Do you have a favorite collection you would like to display? Our lobby display case is an option for you. Previously, we enjoyed "Mayberry USA" and "M & M Collectibles." Please contact Librarians Christina Thompson or Kelly Hall if you have a collection you can share with us for one month. Please phone us to discuss the details: 281-457-1631.

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HISPANIC HERITAGE FESTIVAL-SAVE THE DATE!

On Saturday September 26th, the North Channel Library will host the annual Hispanic Heritage Festival. Please mark this date on your calendar! Commissioner Sylvia Garcia will be on hand to kick off the celebration. Puppeteers will present a fun show in the Children's Area. Then we move outside for free food, crafts, music and more from 10 am until 2 pm. Businesses are invited to make donations. Please call for more information: 281-457-1631

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TOO MANY PHOTOS? CREATE SCRAPBOOKS!

 

Come to the North Channel Branch Library every second Saturday of the month to learn how to create beautiful scrapbooks! Our resident expert, Mia, shares her knowledge from 10 am to 3 pm. She also brings in numerous die-cuts to share. See you there!

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TIGHT ON MONEY? LEARN HOW TO SAVE!

 

Come to the North Channel Branch Library on Wednesday evenings at 6 pm, starting this September, to learn ways to cope in these money crunching times. A variety of seminars will be presented so that you can learn everything from how to start a small business to how to qualify for the $8,000 tax credit when you purchase a home before December 1st. Information on individual programs is available in the online calendar. You may also call us to ask for more information: Ph. 281-457-1631

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