Hispanic Heritage @ Your Library

September 15th is the start of Hispanic Heritage Month and runs through mid-October. During this time, we honor the independence of the following Latin American countries: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico, and Chile with cultural and festive programs.

Listed below are highlighted events for the weeks to come. The programs below do not require registration or tickets. To see our full calendar of Hispanic Heritage programs, click here.

Hispanic Heritage Festival 2008

Tuesday, 9/15

Regular Hours Resume September 8

During the heat emergency this summer, branches opened at 10 AM Monday-Friday. Regular hours resume for all branch locations on Tuesday, September 8.  Regular hours are listed on each branch page as well as the main locations page.

Young Adult New Book Stands

Teens, are you looking for something new to read?  Then take a look at our Young Adult New Book Stands in the Teen Central section of the library.  We're always getting new books in every week.  This week have:  Artemis Fowl. [2], The Artic Incident: The Graphic Novel by Eoin Colfer and Andrew Donkin; Artemis Fowl: The Time Paradox by Eoin Colfer;  Prism by Faye and Aliza Kellerman, and many other titles to choose from.  Come and browse the new book stands in the Teen Central area, we always have something new to read!

The Intelligence 1-2-3's

Yesterday the Jacinto City Library hosted the “Para los Niños” program sponsored by the Children’s Museum. This week the program focused on how your child learns and the eight different areas of intelligence, which include: