Snakes @ Your Library?

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Thomas the Snake Man visited the Lone Star College-Tomball Library on Monday, June 21st.  

Many customers had a ssssssssensational time meeting his snakes.

Sure Cure For the Dog Days of Summer

When the temperature reaches 104 at 5 o'clock the dog days of summer are here.  Never fear, we have a sure cure.

Join us at the Tomball Library and meet your neighbors or attend a program.  Better yet, read a book and join in on all the fun of summer reading.  All for free and in air conditioned comfort @ your library. What's not to like?

Check out all the happenings @your library.

Rock Band for Teens!

Rock Band drumsHey teens! Looking for something fun to do next week? Come to the library next Tuesday for Rock Band! Bring friends and form a video game band. Rock on! Meet in the first floor Meeting Room on Tuesday, June 22 from 3:00-4:30 pm.

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

Flickr CC: rock band [373] Photo by: brianjmatis
 

Dolls, Soccer and Movies for Teens

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It’s summertime and school’s out! If summer boredom is already setting in, the library is hosting three programs for teens next week.

Feeling crafty? Want to make your very own Demented Doll? Bring your friends and watch a movie while you create your best (or creepiest) doll. All supplies provided, but feel free to bring your own. Meet in the first floor Meeting Room on Tuesday, June 15 from 3:00-5:00pm.

The World Cup is here! If you’re a soccer enthusiast (or if you just like a good party), meet up with other teens to make an air horn, watch a World Cup game and eat! Meet in the Children’s Activity Room on Thursday, June 17 from 1:00-3:00pm.

Tomball Library Snapshot Day

Librarians across Texas participated in "Library Snapshot Day," a nationwide effort to communicate visually how libraries impact communities. Here is a small sample of photos taken in our library on April 5, 2010. I would like to thank our customers for participating in this event as we visually documented what happened in our library on that day. Thank you also to staff member Barbara Mitchell for the wonderful photographs.