VALENTINE DOUGH HEART TEEN CRAFT

Hey teens and tweens join us Wednesday, February 9 at 4:00pm for another fun craft time. You will be making salt dough hearts for Valentine's Day. They make a great little present for someone special.

 

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After School CraftTime

On most Wednesday afternoons during the school year the library hosts a 30-45 minute program for school-age children. This Wednesday, February 9, is CraftTime, when the young people will be guided in making a craft. Some Wednesdays there will be a GameTime or ScienceTime. 

Come anytime for the Wednesday afternoon program! Most Wednesdays at 3:15 pm for school-age children.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH CROSSWORD PUZZLE KITS TO GO

Test your knowledge of Black History with a collection of crossword puzzles. These fun and educational kits to go can be picked up at the Information Desk. Celebrate Black History month with us and enjoy the puzzles.

Opera to Go! is Rescheduled!

Picture of Opera Lady SingingOK, the picture is a cliché but the exciting fact is that Opera to Go! of the Houston Grand Opera is coming to the La Porte library! The show presented will be: Storybook Opera. “The Dog Who Sang at the Opera” and is based on the true story of a wolfhound who upstages an opera diva.  The program lasts about 30 minutes, is targeted to school age children, and is free.  It has been rescheduled for Thursday, February 24, at 4:30 p.m. because of weather concerns.

I Spy a Former Spy

Cover of Book The Mysterious Private ThompsonIn the late-nineteenth century, a former spy for the Union Army lived in La Porte. The most remarkable fact about this person is that the spy was a woman who posed as a man so that she could join the Union army during the Civil War. Her birth name was Sarah Emma Evelyn Edmonson (sometimes listed as Edmondson). She joined the 2nd Michigan Volunteer Infantry under the alias Frank Thompson. She became a spy and completed 12 secret missions behind enemy lines, using various disguises.