Teen Halloween Social, Monday, Oct 22 @ 6pm

Teens come join us for some Halloween fun. We will be having free snacks, games and prizes for best costumes. Event is recommended for ages 12-17.

For more information please call 713-941-2385

Need to find a book on the go?

The South Houston Library has a new iPad catalog! You don't have to wait in line for a desktop computer or wait to ask a librarian anymore. Our new catalog is mounted on the wall, so you don't even have to sit down. Just walk in, make a search, and walk out. It's so easy! Visit us today to see all the new changes we have made with you in mind, or click here to search our catalog from home. We hope to see you soon!

Le Invitamos a un Foro Gratuito de Inmigracion y Ciudadania

Le invitamos a un Foro Gratuito de Inmigracion y Ciudadania que se llevara acabo el Sabado 13 de Octubre de el 2012  de 11 am-1 pm.

La organizacion Take the Challenge International tendra un abogado de inmigracion presente para informarle sobre la ley de Accion Diferida "DREAM ACT". Al final de la presentacion usted tendra la oportunidad de hablar personalmente con el abogado quien respondera todas sus preguntas.  Este evento es completamente gratis.

Para mas informes o para registrarse ( solo tenemos 45 sillas disponibles) llame al: (281) 777- 7117.

 

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Teen Craft "Fused Beads" Weds, Sept 26 @ 4PM

 

 

 

 

 

Teens come join us for a fun craft involving beads and a hot iron . We will be fusing beads together to make
different designs. Come show your creative side.

Ages 12 - 17 only please.

For more information please call 713-941-2385
 

2012 Adult SRP Amazon Gift Card Winner

Congratulations to Mr. Eugene E. Wagner, who has been a South Houston patron for the last 5 years, for winning the 2012 Adult SRP $30 Gift Card to Amazon.com  He is a devoted westerns reader who uses our interlibrary loan service regularly.  "I have read all the westerns and now have moved unto reading mysteries" stated Mr. Wagner.  Some of his favorite authors include Elmer Kelton and Robert B.