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Magician Coming To Seabrook!

Be dazzled at the library!

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Come enjoy the magic of Steven Burton

Monday, August 1st @ 2pm.

The Snakeman is Coming!

So, you like think you like snakes, huh? Well, here's a chance to get up close and personal!

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Thomas Davis (a.k.a. The Snakeman) will bring his pals to the library for two shows (2 & 3:30pm) on Friday, July 29th. 

Evelyn Meador Book Club August Selection

Now that the library is open again, the Book Club will hold their monthly meetings on premises. The Club meets the third Monday of each month from 11 - 1pm.  Anyone may attend.

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Parents' Choice Award Winner Coming to Seabrook!

Johnette Downing Coming to Seabrook!

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Back by popular demand, Parents' Choice Award Winner Johnette Downing will be at the library on Friday July 15th for a 2:00pm interactive performance of music and movement.  Johnette will also be available for a book-signing after the show and her books will be available for purchase in the Friends' Book Store.

Get Zombiefied!

zombieAmaze your parents! Amuse your Friends! Custom design your own undead face with goulish make-up. 

When: Tuesday, July 12th  2:30 - 4pm

Where: Teen Isle, Evelyn Meador Library

 

Evelyn Meador Book Club Meeting in May

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The Evelyn Meador Book Club will meet at Coffee Oasis on Nasa Parkway on Monday, May 16th at 11:00 a.m. to discuss The Help by Katherine Stockett. This event is open to the public.

Braggin' Rights & the American West

Names like Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett, Jim Bowie, Kit Carson, Calamity Jane, Frank and Jesse James, conjure certain images in the American mind. For us, these people, who actually lived and died and left their marks, have become larger than life.  They are now a part of our American folklore right up there alongside Paul Bunyan, Pecos Bill and Deadwood Dick, and live on as sources of inspiration. 

Coming Attraction

Coming soon, to a neigborhood near you - if you are anywhere in the vicinity of Seabrook, that is!

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Why is it, when we see these bird motifs we automatically think seagulls? Because it's Seabrook, of course!

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This is the view looking towards the teen area (on the left) and the children's activity space. The windows on the right overlook the park are and hiking / biking trails.

Where the Wild West Still Lives

The Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo is an event every Texan or “wanna be” Texan should attend at least once. It’s been an annual fixture on the Houston calendar since 1932. People come from all over to participate or partake of all the good things that happen at this event, from the rodeo itself to craft fairs, carnival rides, celebrity entertainers, and of course, good food.  But if you can’t get to the Rodeo, you can at least read some of the great books about rodeo life from our collection. Here are some adult-level, non-fiction titles where you can learn more about the cowboys and cowgirls, rodeo clowns and others we look forward to seeing every year.

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