ALICE IN WONDERLAND MOVIES TEEN COMPARISON

In celebration of Teen Tech Week we will be hosting a movie event showcasing two older versions of "Alice in Wonderland". Come Wednesday at 3:30 pm to watch, eat popcorn, and explore the differences modern technology has added to this classic tale.

Be Counted

2010 Census LogoThe city of La Porte encourages citizens to participate in the 2010 Census. (“La Porte urges participation in Census,” The Bayshore Sun, 3 Mar. 2010: A1). The data from the Census in Harris County will affect many aspects of the funding our area will receive for diverse services and programs, such as child-care and senior services, roads, job training, schools, community centers, etc. The form for this Census contains only 10 questions. Please fill out and return your form. If you have questions or need help filling out the form, representatives from Census 2010 will be at the library to assist you at various times. Call the library on the day you plan to visit to determine if there will be a Census representative available at the library on that day. The library phone number is 281-471-4022.

"Our England is a garden, and...

Picture of Book Jacket of The All-New Illustrated Guide to Gardening…such gardens are not made / By singing—‘Oh, how beautiful!’ and sitting in the shade” (17-18)*

It’s time to start working on that beautiful garden! Read all about gardening with our gardening books: 

 
 
Find these and other gardening books under the call number 635, or ask a staff member for assistance.
 
*From “The Glory of the Garden”, by Rudyard Kipling

CAT IN THE HAT TO VISIT STORYTIME

cat in the hatStorytime will have a very special visitor on Tuesday, March 2 at 10:15 am. In honor of Dr. Seuss's birthday the Cat in the Hat will join Mr. D and Miss Mandy in telling some of his favorite Dr. Seuss stories. Come join the fun!

BLACK HISTORY MONTH CRAFT

Wednesday, February 24 at 3:15 pm the Children's Department will celebrate Black History Month with a fun craft time.  Come create an underground railroad lantern and learn about the history of the underground railroad. The program is for all school age children and is free. All materials are provided.