January Storytimes

January is one of the coldest months of the year, but that doesn't mean you have to be stuck at home watching T.V. All of the children's programs this month encourage lots of participation in physical activity. Stories read at regular storytimes will all be interactive, inviting you to get up and dance, stretch, shake and be silly. So put on your tennis shoes and comfortable clothes and join us for some fun and energetic play at the library.

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New Year's Resolutions

Planning to do something different in 2010?  Exercise more, eat better, quit smoking?  Consider stopping by the library to pick up a few motivational books to help you keep the momentum moving toward your goal.

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Story times for Christmas and New Year's weeks

Because the library will be closed on Thursday, December 24th in observance of Christmas Eve, there will be no storytime on that day. There will, however be regular storytimes for babies and toddlers on Wednesday morning and Thursday morning storytime for toddlers and preschool age children will resume on Thursday, December 31st.

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Job Search Series

Workforce Solutions presented seven free seminars to help in searching for a job.  Tuesdays, January 12-February 23, 10am-12pm.  January 12--Resumes; January 19--Evaluate your skills and develop a plan; January 26--Creating references, cover, thank you letters; February 2--Networking; February 9--Interviewing; February 16--Resumes; February 23--Rebranding your skills.   

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Mrs. Kringle pays a visit

Mrs. Kringle flew in all the way from the North Pole last week to read and sing Christmas carols with a foom full of girls and boys at Spring Branch Memorial Library. Following story time, cookies and eggnog were served. Lots of pictures were taken with Mrs. Kringle while she heard many Christmas wishes that she will deliver to Santa personally when she returns to the North Pole from her Houston trip.

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