Black History Month Celebrations Begin at Parker Williams Branch

On Saturday, February 6th, Harris County Public Library will kickoff Black History Month celebrations at the Parker Williams Branch Library with a day of fun and educational programs.

For Kids:Freedom Train

Express Children’s Theatre will take you along on a family’s journey to freedom through the Underground Railroad in the children’s play, Freedom Train at 10:30 am.

History of Telephone Road

Telephone RoadThis Saturday, January 23rd at 3:30 PM, Burton Chapman, author of Telephone Road, Texas, will discuss the history of people, places and events in southeast Houston surrounding Telephone Road.

Create that Resume

This Wednesday, Jan. 13th from 10 AM to Noon, Workforce Solutions will present a job search seminar on RESUMES.  Learn to develop a professional resume that will match your skills and experience to the job and employer you are looking for, also learn how to complete an application for employment thoroughly, accurately, and neatly.

Movie Madness

Join us this Thursday for a flick about a team of specially trained guinea pigs sent to stop a villain who plans to take over the world with household appliances. The 4 pm movie is rated PG. As always, it's free!

 

Harris County Libraries Serve as Warming Centers

Residents seeking shelter from the frigid temperatures can head to their local library.  All 25 Harris County branch libraries will open at 9 am on Friday, January 8 and Saturday, January 9 to serve as warming centers for the public. 

Closing hours will vary depending on the branch.