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Demented Dolls

Demented DollsHey teens! Come to the library next Tuesday and make a creepy friend! Create a Demented Doll out of fabric and odds and ends. All supplies will be provided, but feel free to bring your own. Meet in the first floor Meeting Room on Tuesday, June 12 from 3:00-4:30 pm.

And don’t miss Teen Movie Night on Thursday! Grab friends and watch a movie while you surf the net. Call the library each week for the movie title. Meet in the second floor Computer Lab on Thursdays from 7:00-9:00pm.

For more information, call the Library at 832-559-4200....

May the Odds Be Ever in Your Favor…

mockingjay pinThe Teen Summer Reading Program is practically here, and we’re kicking it off Panem-style with a Hunger Games Party! Come dressed as your favorite character and represent your district in trivia challenges, games and more. And here’s some advice… stay alive. Meet in the first floor Meeting Room on Tuesday, June 5th from 3:00-4:30pm.

Don’t miss Teen Movie Night on Thursday! Grab friends and watch a movie while you surf the net. Call the library each week for the movie title. Meet in the second floor Computer Lab on Thursdays from 7:00-9:00pm.

For more information, call the Library at 832-559-4200.

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1.21 Gigawatts!

flux capacitorAs the school year winds down and the heat outside climbs higher, Men in Black 3, the first of the big-budget summer blockbusters, hits theaters. Unbelievably, it has been fifteen years since Men in Black introduced Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones as wildly popular agents keeping tabs on alien life on Earth. I am absurdly fond of Men in Black and can’t wait to see the newest addition to the franchise, where Agent J time travels back to the year 1969 to work with a younger, but delightfully recognizable, Agent K.

Time travel is just as much a science f...

Picture This

wild thingsOn Tuesday, May 8, Maurice Sendak, beloved children’s author and illustrator passed away at the age of 83. Although Where the Wild Things Are, Sendak’s most beloved book, was never a favorite of mine as a child (I preferred the rhyming stylings of Dr. Seuss and the collage art of

The Show Must Go On

tap shoes

When I was growing up, musicals were an important part of my movie education. I adored Mary Poppins, cried over Fiddler on the Roof, and spent many an afternoon daydreaming about a pair of ruby slippers. Then, during my teenage years, I discovered

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