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SRP 2013 Baby Hat Winner!

It may be starting to get cooler outside (well, just a bit) but we here at the Aldine Library still have summer on our minds. We have a winner for our drawing for the Summer 2013 Baby Hat. Congratulations to 11 month old Kalisa Flores! To her parents: keep up the good work of reading to your baby! 

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Fall into a good book at Aldine

Hey there, Aldine! I heard there may be some cooler weather rolling into the Houston area this weekend. Just in time, too, because we've got some new Fall and Halloween related titles coming in to the library that are really spooktacular. Come by and take a look. Get ready for Autumn! 

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Movie at Aldine! Saturday 9/28 @ 2PM / Película en Aldine! Sábado 9/28 @ 2 PM

Come celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at the Aldine Library by watching a movie about a young boy from Mexico who travels to the U.S. to find his mother after his grandmother passes away. The film is rated PG-13. Refreshments will be provided. We'll see you today, Saturday 9/28, at 2 PM in the Meeting Room!  

Venga celebrar el Mes de la Hispanidad en la Biblioteca Aldine por ver una película sobre un joven de México que viaja a los EE.UU. para encontrar a su madre después de que su abuela muere. La película está clasificada PG-13 por elementos temáticos maduros.Se proporcionarán refrescos. Nos vemos hoy, sábado 9/28, a las 2:00 en la Sala de reuniones!

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Volunteers Needed at Aldine Library

Hey, teens! Do you need volunteer hours for school?? We can help because

VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED AT THE ALDINE LIBRARY.

REQUIREMENTS

Ages 15 & UP (with parent/guardian approval)
Reliable, Responsible, & Punctual
Ability to follow directions and work independently
Fill out volunteer application and submit.
SIGN UP IN ADVANCE!!!

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Consider this! Literacy Tutor Training at ALD

Would you like to make a difference in the life of adult? Consider becoming a literacy tutor! Aldine Branch Library will host a training session on September 14, 2013 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for volunteers interested in helping adults learn to read and write. The training workshop is free and there are no requirements to volunteer, other than an interest in reading and two or three hours per week to help someone learn this important skill. Tutors help adults gain the basic reading and writing skills necessary every day to meet such goals as advancing at work, reading to their children, and reading for personal interest.  The library provides materials with detailed lessons.Tutoring can take place at any library or another location in the community, such as a church or community center.

For more information, to register for this workshop, or if you know of an adult who would like to improve his or her reading, please call the library at 281-484-2036.

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