Movies

Hispanic Heritage in the Movies

The Aldine Library is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with movies. On Wednesday, September 17th at 4 PM, we are showing a film for the whole family about a young girl in Mexico who prepares to celebrate her Quince Anos (fifteenth birthday). Refreshments will be provided. On Friday September 19th at 3 PM, there will be a teen movie and discussion with free snacks. Join us for these special events. See you at the movies!

Listen Before You See It

With movie awards season in full swing, I started thinking about all of the soon-to-be movie novels that I need to listen to  before I head to the theaters in 2014. With everything from a slew of young adult selections to hard-hitting biographies set to hit the big screen this year, there is a lot to look forward to!

What book turned movie are you most excited to see this year?

 

Teens: Celebrate the Holidays With a Movie and Treats

School's out! Time for a party! On Thursday, December 19th starting at 4pm, drop by for cookies, hot cocoa, and a movie. Would you like to have a nightmare before Christmas? How about following the adventures of a misfit Elf as he searches for his family in New York City? Just be careful, you might shoot your eye out. 

Movie and Popcorn Monday

OH NO! –you just realized Monday, October 14th is Columbus day – a school holiday!   What are you going to do with the kids?   Before you panic you should know that the library is not only open, we are also offering a free movie complete with popcorn, courtesy of the Friends of Maud Marks Library.  The movie (we can’t print the movie title online) is an animated family adventure.   The story takes place on another planet in another time. A thousand  years ago a  mysterious crystal was damaged by one of the Urskeks and an age of chaos began!  Characters include an  evil race of grotesque birdlike lizards  ( Skeksis)  and  gnomish dragons who rule their fantastic planet with an iron claw.

TGIF Programs - Friday Film Series Continues This Friday!

Attention Adults of all ages! TGIF Programs Friday Film Series continues this Friday, March 22nd. We look forward to showing a popular 1968 musical. The title of the movie is to be announced. It will begin at 10:15 AM. 

Light refreshments are provided by the Friends of Freeman Library.

Please contact the Reference Desk at (281) 488-1906 or visit us on the Second Floor for more information.

Flickr CC | DSCI1359 Regal movie theater in Nashville | Photo by: bresslau

Christmas Cheer!

Do you like  to sing Christmas carols at your Christmas party? Do you listen to Christmas music 24/7 in your car, at work, and at home? Do you read Christmas stories by the Christmas tree or have Christmas movie marathons? If you answered yes to any of the above then you are in luck. Our library offers a variety of books, music, and movies for this special holiday season to share with your family and loved ones. Stop by and check out these items today!

Books

Music CD's

DVD's

Before you go on holiday...

The Kingwood Branch Library has much to offer for holiday reading and entertainment!  Before we close for the holiday, come check out our holiday displays, new fiction titles, and seasonal romances and mysteries.  Books on cd and entertainment dvds are also available and the tech-savvy can browse our digital media catalog for downloadable eBooks and audio.  For more information, contact the library @ 281-360-6804.

The Best Deal This Tax-Free Weekend

Where are the best deals this tax-free weekend?  At the library, of course.  At the library you can take a book, magazine, or CD for two whole weeks FOR FREE!!!  Want to watch a movie this weekend?  Check out a movie from the library and keep it for an entire week.  Check out our catalog for all the great deals the library can offer you.

Summer is almost over!

Want to get out of the heat or take a break out of your busy summer schedule?  Catch a free film at our Family Movie Night.  The last two movie nights will be held on August 22nd and 29th.  The movies will be shown in the meeting room and show times start at 4:00 pm.

Don't forget that the end of summer also means the end of our tech tutors program.  If you haven't had a chance to learn a bit more about checking out e-books and e-audiobooks then I encourage you to come by and speak to our electronic experts.  The last two tech tutor sessions will be on August 18th and 25th from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm.

 

Vampire or Werewolf Fans???

Jackson Rathbone Read PosterIf you haven't read or watched Stephenie Meyer's Vampire/Werewolf Saga, I don't know where you have been.  Team Edward or Team Jacob? Vampires or Werewolves? It has been such a controversial topic!  You have just enough time to get with it. Put them on hold or pick them up at your library. Read the books or watch the movies before the fourth installment of the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn-Part 1 shows in theaters November 18. 

  • 1. Twilight 2. New Moon 3. Eclipse 4. Breaking Dawn
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