Story Time for Babies, Toddlers, and Preschoolers

BabyBounce@TomballBabies, Toddlers, Preschoolers and their parents or caregivers are invited to scoot, stroll or toddle over to the LSC-Tomball Community Library for their very own special story time.

Baby Bounce is a story time for babies who are newborn to age 15 months and includes music, rhymes, movement, books and play time. Join us every Monday at 10:30 am.

Toddlers, ages 16 months to 3 years, have fun with finger plays and movement, too, with songs and stories on Tuesdays at 10:30 am and also Wednesdays at 9:30 am. These weekly programs also include a simple craft.

Regular Hours Resume September 8

During the heat emergency this summer, branches opened at 10 AM Monday-Friday. Regular hours resume for all branch locations on Tuesday, September 8.  Regular hours are listed on each branch page as well as the main locations page.

Tiempo de cuentos| Spanish Story Time

Ven y diviértete este jueves a las 6:30 con la historia de monstruos chistosos.
Aprende nuevas canciones, escucha historias maravillosas y crea tu propia manualidad.
Haz nuevos amigos y goza de un momento llenos de fantasía y diversión.

Come and have fun this Thursday at 6:30 with a funny story of “Monsters”
Learn new songs, listen to marvelous stories, and make your own craft.
Make new friends and enjoy a moment of fantasy and fun.

Children's Programs After School

Art, Crafts, Science and Travel fun for children after school @ your Tomball Library

By now most children are back to school and beginning a routine filled with new classes, friends teachers, and homework. The Tomball Children's Department provides a fun break beginning September 14th with after-school programs for children, ages 5-12. Craft Time, KidTrekkers, Fun with Science, and Art Explorers alternate on Tuesdays from 4:30-5:30 pm. Registration is required due to limited space and begins a week prior to each program. Look at our calendar for more information, or call the Children’s Department at 832-559-4235.


Uncover Your Family's Roots

Curious about your family history? The library will offer a genealogy workshop to help you get started. In October, professional genealogist Lynna Kay Shuffield will teach an all-day basic genealogy workshop covering basic research, organization, and searching of databases and public records. Registration and more information will be available mid-September.  Want to get a headstart and read about it now?  The library has books, databases, and other resources to help.

Complete Idiot's Guide to GenealogyComplete Idiot's Guide to Genealogy