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Hispanic Heritage Craft @ NChannel

 It's Fiesta time! Create a unique craft project to kick-off Hispanic Hertiage Month this Wednesday, September 17 at 4:30pm with us! We'll be making "Mexican Folk Art Mirrors" and enjoying themed local refreshments too. So don't miss it...the program will be in the Public Meeting Room. Recommended for ages 4 and up. All materials supplied. Groups please call.

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Storybook Opera @ the Library!

 

Did you know opera is for kids too? The internationally renowned award-winning Houston Grand Opera is a local gem! Sandra Campbell will be here performing Kitten's First Full Moon and Muncha! Muncha! Muncha! picture books on Tuesday, September 9th at 1:30pm. For groups or more information please call the library at 281-457-1631. The performance is short -so don't be late!

Fizz Boom Bye!

We sure had a great time exploring the world of science this summer with reading programs for all ages...with over 1500 participants at the North Channel Branch!  Stay tuned though-the fun is not over yet.  In October there will be an exciting exhibit featuring a model of the International Space Station as well as kids and teen programming coming from NASA/Johnson Space Center!

Puppet Pizzazz! @NChannel Library

The summer isn't over yet! The library still has plenty of programs for babies, kids, and teens until school begins...including African Tales by Puppet Pizzazz!  The fun will start at 2:30pm on Wednesday, July 30, so come and cool off at North Channel Branch if you'd like to see giant, shadow, and recycled puppets. No tickets are required. Recommended for all ages. Please call the library at 281-457-1631 for groups or more information.

Dr. Readium's Mad, Mad Science Show!

Do you like to laugh? Yes?! Then don't miss Dr. Readium's Mad, Mad Science Show by Incredible Events! The fun starts this Wednesday at 2:30pm in the Children's Area. Help Dr. Readium discover a whole new element...This hilarious show is full of science, magic and mayhem! No tickets are required for this event. Recommended for ages 4 and up.  For groups or more information please call North Channel Library at (281) 457-1631.

Stranger Danger @NChannel Library

Do you know the difference between good and bad strangers? Harris County Sheriff's Department will be here Wednesday, July 2 at 2:30pm to help us learn all about Stranger Danger.  Join us and you just may see Robot GISMO at the end of the show who will entertain us with music and fun! For the preschool to elementary set. Children's Area performance. No  tickets needed. Groups or questions please call North Channel Branch at (281)457-1631.

Bugs of the World!

Insects,  arachnids, and reptiles... Oh my!  Do you want to see some creepy crawlies? Then Jungle Jim's  Show this Wednesday, June 25 at 2:30pm is for you! Jungle Jim always provides a high-energy  presentation and holds the World Record for the largest Giant African Millipede. No tickets are required. Just show up in the Children's Area at North Channel Library and be ready to be amazed! Recommended for ages 4 and up please.

Summer Reading Fun Sign-up & Kickoff!

Fizz! Boom! Read! Are you ready for Summer Reading Fun? Yes?! Then drop by between 2 -4pm next Monday, June 9 for our Kickoff with Party Animals and Bubble Parties Texas...we'll have  face-painting, balloon animals, bubbles and music with a DJ! Don't forget to sign-up for Summer Reading anytime between June 2-August 9 for great incentives... try online! There are programs for babies, children, teens, AND adults this year.

Polliwog Club @ North Channel Library

Do you like animals? Deussen Park's Traveling Naturalist will be visiting us at Preschool Storytime one last day for the Spring Animal Senses Series . We hope you join us Tuesday, May 20 at 1:30 pm.

We'll meet in the Public Meeting Room. This program is recommended for Preschool and Elementary Age Children. No tickets required. Groups please contact North Channel Branch at 281-457-1631.

Deussen Park will be visiting us again in July...be sure to view our Summer Reading Fun calendar online now or pick up a print copy in the library for a full list of summer programs. 

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