ESL Tutor Training

ESL tutoringThe library is offering a training class for volunteers interested in tutoring immigrants in English on Saturday, January 22 from 9am to 3pm. No experience is needed and it is not necessary to speak another language. We need volunteers who are fluent in English and would be willing to share a few hours a week to help someone learn or improve their English.

For more information or to register please call 832-559-4200.

 

Flickr CC: Matching tutors with learners Photo by: Newton Free Library
 

Tax Forms Update

New arrivals as of Monday, January 10:       

Form 1040, Form and Instructions for 1040 EZ; Schedule D-1 Continuation Sheet; Schedule M Making Work Pay & Gov't Retiree Credits; Form 3903 Moving Expenses;  Form & Instructions for 8283 Non-Cash Charitable Contribution; Form 8606 Non deductible IRA's;  Form 8812 Additional Child Tax Credit.  

Also here: Publication 17 Your Federal Income Tax, W-2, W-3, W-4, 1096, and 1099 Miscellaneous forms.

Teen Game Day!

Wii Remote

Need a break from the new semester? Come to the library for Teen Game Day! Challenge your friends to a Mario Kart race, show off your dance movies with Just Dance, or be a Guitar Hero. Meet in the first floor Meeting Room on Tuesday, January 11th from 4:00-5:00 pm.

For more information, please call the library at 832-559-4200.

Flickr CCDunny Moofia Wii Party - Bring a Wrist Strap! Photo bye: _mubblegum

CHUGGA, CHUGGA, CHOO CHOO!

Every Thursday (January 13th thru May 12th) children ages 2 - 6 and their parents are invited to register for the Choo Choo Club! Work with your child each week on literacy activities that focus on a specific letter and theme. We guarantee a “train load” of fun as they create, explore and become ready readers!
Required registration begins 1 week in advance.  Stop by the Children’s Reference Desk or call 832-559-4235. This program meets in the Children's Department and is limited to 20 children and their parents.
 

TAX FORMS LATE!

Remember that tax break Congress gave us just before Christmas? That's the good news. The bad news is that it delayed the printing and shipment of our tax forms.

On December 22nd we received this email notice from the IRS: