Ronald McDonald

Ronald in the House

There was much activity at the Aldine Library yesterday as Ronald McDonald paid a visit to a crowd of eager children. Ronald delighted kids and adults alike with jokes and magic tricks. After the show, Ronald took pictures with families and children. Everyone was lovin' it.   

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Ronald McDonald @ Community Building!

Kids, teens, adults!  Join us this Thursday, June 7th, as we kick off the Galena Park Branch Library Summer Reading fun at 3 pm at the Community Building, near the Library. While the Library is still closed due to the ongoing remodeling project, we will offer programs each Thursday at 3 pm at the Alvin D. Baggett Community Building to encourage summer reading fun! If you come early, or stay a little after the program, we will help you get registered online to report your reading progress. If you need more information, please call:  713-450-0982

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Bear Creek Children's Summer Program Fliers Available

2011 Children's Summer Reading Program fliers are now available for pick up from the Bear Creek Branch Library. Pick one up today.

Ronald McDonald will be here for our first special program performance on Tuesday, June 7th at 3 pm and 4 pm. Tickets will be available 1 hour before each show while supplies last. Children must be at least 5 years old and able to attend the program without a parent due to limited space. 

 

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Ronald McDonald Makes It Magic!

Wednesday, July 21, 3pm and repeated at 4pm.  Your favorite clown, Ronald McDonald will delight you with this fun-filled magic show!  Free!  Tickets available 30 minutes before show time.  Children must be able to sit through the program without a parent present.  Ages 6 and up. 

Forthcoming:  Barmollys Snake Show, Thursday, July 29, 3pm and 4 pm.

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Ronald McDonald at Aldine!

Ronald McDonald

The Golden Arches were at the Aldine Library yesterday afternoon. Visitors to the library were treated to none other than Ronald McDonald himself! Ronald performed magic tricks, dazzling and entertaining the large crowd of children and adults. After the show, Ronald paused to take pictures with families. Great to see you, Ronald!

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