Free Family Fun

The International Space Station Display @ HCPL

NASA's International Space Station Exhibit Orbits Around HCPL! The NASA display can currently (June 13 - June 27) be found at the Atascocita Branch Library.  To expand your learning experience, have have included a few book suggestions, as well as, a resource list that I think you will find interesting. Enjoy! 

Credit: NASA

 

Summer Reading Program Grand Finale For Children and Their Families

A great time will be had by all, but please be aware that the library will be noisier than normal.

 

The children in our community have worked really hard to complete their summer reading goals. As a celebration of their accomplishments we will be having a special program this afternoon. To ensure that everyone may participate; the program will be held in the children's department and tickets are not needed. 

End of Summer Celebrations! Free Family Fun for All Ages.

 

Get Ready To Celebrate! 

As part of the end of summer celebrations we have scheduled two extremely fun special programs for families. Tickets are not required for these events and they are open to people of all ages. So, we expect to see all of our friends there. A great time will be had by all, but please be aware that the library will be noisier than normal.

A Big Rig Will Visit The Library on Monday, July 29 @ 3:30 pm

 

Rush Truck Center, Houston will be visiting the library with a Peterbilt!

Bring your questions  and your cameras for this very special opportunity to see a big rig up close and personal.This program is only available at the Atascocita Branch Library!

 

Truck Stop  by Anne Rockwell [On Order]

Opera @ the Library?...For Kids??? YES!

The Atascocita Branch Library is proud to present, Storybook Opera.

 

Do you know that Houston has an internationally renowned opera company? Houston Grand Opera (HGO) is one of the things that makes Houston a special place to live. It is the "only opera company to have won a Tony, two Grammy awards and two Emmy awards!"

Free Family Vacation

lion danceI picture a tropical island or bustling oriental town. It  looks like there is some kind of event being planned.   Everyone is excited, anticipating the start of the festivities.  The children can't wait to make a Chinese yo-yo, origami doll or flower lei. Every mouth is watering at the smell of all the different foods being prepared for the event. People have gathered from many Asian countries and Pacific islands to share their culture through cooking and calligraphy demonstrations, crafts, and even a Vietnamese Lion Dance! There is lots of music, laughter, and fun. The whole family is having a great time.  Wait!

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