Find funding for your small business idea

Almost everyone has a question about money involving one aspect of life or another. What is the best way to pay down debt or save for retirement or for children's college? How is my credit score calculated and how can I change it? Should I consider starting a small business? Houston Money Week, led by the Federal Reserve Bank-Houston Branch, financial institutions and several non-profit organizations, has answers to all of these questions and more in programs that take place throughout this week. For anyone considering a small business idea and who has questions about financing it, P

Congratulations to two new citizens

Congratulations to Tuyet Le (seated, left) and Ai Khinh Hua (seated, right), who recently interviewed to become U.S. citizens. Both passed their interview exams and attended the oath ceremony this past March. Tuyet and Ai Khinh are students in ESL classes with Linh Nguyen (standing, middle), who volunteers at the library each Monday and Wednesday evenings at 6 p.m., and also on Saturday mornings, when students focus more on government and history questions for the citizenship interview.  

GED class begins soon

Does lack of a high school diploma prevent you, or someone you know, from moving forward in your work? If so, there is an opportunity to overcome that hurdle.  College of the Mainland, which sponsors a free preparation class for the General Educational Development test at the library, will host registration on April 5 from 10 a.m.

Put your small (or very small) business idea to work

Do you have an idea that might benefit others? If so, join us for a presentation by SCORE on March 26 from 1:30 to 3 p.m.

After School Craft Time

 

Join us for After School Craft Time on Thursday, March 8th, at 4pm.  We will be making bunny baskets.  All materials will be provided.