Teens: Get Connected @ the Library

Celebrate Teen Tech Week with 2 fabulous programs at the library! On Monday, March 7th at 4:30pm take The Road to Riches and learn about money management for teens. Get some Hot Tech Tips for Teen Tech Week on Thursday, March 10th at 7pm. That night, you can play with an iPad, a Kindle, and other gadgets at the Technology Petting Zoo. Get tips on how to edit videos, use a drawing tablet, and stay safe online. 

Spring Break Fun

Have you ever considered getting a ferret for a pet?  Members of the Houston Area Ferrets Association will be presenting a special program just for children, and will disscuss the care and special needs of ferrets.  Children will have an opportunity to get up close and personal with these fabulous creatures. This program will be in place of our Family Storytime Program.

When: Monday, March 14th @ 7:00 pm 

Recommended age: 4 years old & up.

Tickets are not required but space is limited.

You're Invited

 

 

Songwriter and musician, Mike Tauser, will be sharing the original songs he has created and books by Dr. Seuss. Children will then have an opportunity to visit with the Cat in the Hat, and make a creative top hat of their very own. Don't forget your cameras!

Tickets are not required.  Space is limited.

 

Teens: Celebrate Lunar New Year With Club Anime

 Celebrate a belated Lunar New Year with an evening of anime, crafts, sushi, Pocky and prizes! Join us for our annual Club Anime Lunar New Year Marathon and 5th Anniversary Celebration on Thursday, February 24th starting at 5pm. In February 2006, Club Anime met in our little conference room to watch Macross and Diamond Daydreams. Five people showed up for that first meeting. Five years later, we have grown to over 25 members, watched a lot of anime and devoured unknown amounts of Pocky. Don't miss the celebration!

Black History Month Display

Next time you visit the Atascocita Branch Library, make sure to stop at our display on African Americans and the Civil War.  Please let us know if you would like to check out any of the books, or if you would like additional assistance finding items. This display was created by Circulation Assistant,  Janet Gibbons.

Additional Information

Underground Railroad, American Civil War

Most African Americans resisted enslavement. Whenever possible, individuals attempted to liberate themselves by running away. This Web site explores the history of the Underground Railroad that existed in the early 19th century to help enslaved people flee the South. The site contains topic headings, a chronology of events, photographs, maps, and more!