Jorie Nissen's blog

Fridays @ Your Library

 The library invites adults of all ages to the under50over Program which takes place on Fridays. 

Today, local author Mary Sue Anton presented "New Madrid: A Mississippi River Town in History and Legend." She discussed how to distinguish between fact and fiction in regards to New Madrid. 

Next week, please join us for a movie at 10:15. The title will be announced at the branch.  If you have any questions, please visit us or give us a call. 



This Friday @ Your Library

This Friday, the library invites adults of all ages to the under50over Program. On Friday, April 16th, Melanie Marshall, Community Service Representative for Home Instead Senor Care, will talk to us about “Preparation For Your Future As Seniors and the Options You Have.” If you have any questions, please visit us or give us a call. 



This Friday @ your library

This month, the library invites adults of all ages to the under50over Programs.  On Friday, April 9th, we look forward to the presentation of "Community Emergency Response Team: Your Community, What's So Special?" by Mardie Menke, Harris County CERT Coordinator. This is a joint program by Freeman Branch Library and University of Houston-Clear Lake. Please stop by or give us a call if you have any questions.



April under 50 over

Last week, attendees of the under50over Programs enjoyed watching a movie as well as the coffee and snacks provided by the Friends of Freeman Library. 

The library will be closed this coming Friday, April 2nd, as well as Sunday, April 4th, in observance of the upcoming holidays. However, we look forward to our under50over Programs in April. The schedule of events for April is to the left.* For more information on any of the programs, please call the library at (281) 488-1906 or visit us at 16616 Diana Lane.


*To print the under50over flyer for April, click on the attachment below.


Girl Scout IP:E! - Women through Time workshop

The Girl Scout Interest Project: Exploration! program presented the "Women through Time" workshop this past Monday. Meredith Layton, the Young Adult Librarian, talked to the group about women's contributions to the visual arts as well as her background in Women's Studies and Art History. I (Jorie) talked about the founder of the Girl Scouts of America, Juliette Gordon Low.

For more on Women's History Month, check out Mer L.'s blog post.

Syndicate content