Movie Madness

Join us at Parker Williams Branch Library Thursday to view a flick about a clumsy inventor who tries to solve world hunger but succeeds in making food fall from the sky. The free movie is based on an acclaimed book written by Judi Barrett. It is rated PG and will begin at 4 pm.

Looking for a deal?

booksaleThe Friends of the Parker Williams Library are having their first book sale of 2010 on Saturday, January 30th from 10 AM – 4 PM. Come check out the bargains on hardbacks, paperbacks, VHS tapes and more! All proceeds benefit the programs and collections of the library. For further information or to donate books, call 281-484-2036.

Ace the Interview!

This Wednesday, Jan. 27th from 10 AM to Noon, Workforce Solutions will present a job search seminar on INTERVIEWING. Get advice on effective interviewing techniques, respond appropriately to common interview questions, and negotiate salary and benefits for your new job. The interview is where jobs are won or lost. Ensure that your chances of getting the job offer are high!

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.