Alimentacion Saludable - Healthy Eating

Healthy eating  for adults will  be discussed by a special guest on  Monday, April 12 from  2:00  to 3:00 pm. This is a free event at the South Houston Branch. It will be conducted in Spanish.

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Como alimentarse de manera saludable sera el tema para una charla que se llevara a cabo en el salon de conferencias de la biblioteca de South Houston. Tendremos un invitado especial que le informara sobre nutricion para adultos. La fecha es el lunes 12 de abril de 2:00 a 3:00 pm.  

 

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Cesar Chavez Day

March 31 is Cesar Chavez Day in several states in the United States, including Texas.  The library has several books in both English and Spanish about and related to Cesar Chavez.  Why not stop by the library and see if any of these books interest you?

Cesar Harvesting Hope

Women's History Month

Before March is over, make sure you celebrate National Women's History Month by reading a few books on women who have made their mark on history.  Check out some of these books on some amazing women available here at the South Houston Branch:

Almost Astronauts  Daring Women of the Civil War

March 22 = World Water Day

Did you know that March 22 is World Water Day?  This day is observed to call attention to the world's water resources.  If you want to read more about water, its cycles, the animals that make water their home, and more, check out some of these books available at the South Houston Branch:

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The  South Houston Public Library is offering free computer classes every Wednesday and Thursday from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm. Everyone is welcome.  Classes vary every week. Registration is required before attending class. During the month of April 2010 the classes will consist of Internet Basics and Online Picture Editing. For more information, please contact the circulation desk at 713- 941-2385. You can also refer to the  Events Calendar for additional information on activities at this branch.

 

photo courtesy of orphanjones on Flickr