Disney Film Featured Tuesday Afternoon!

Children are encouraged to bring a blankie and/or cuddly stuffed animal to the library on Tuesday, September 29th at 4:30pm in the Earl Elliott meeting room. Kids can get comfy and snuggly to watch a beloved Disney film about a fox and a hound.  See you then!

Art Alcove: Aviary Arias by Charlie Jean Sartwelle

 Charlie was born in Cameron, Texas, and graduated Alfred C. Glassell School of Art in ceramics and sculpture. She exhibited in numerous local and national exhibitions with interdisciplinary performances and installations. In 1984, Charlie Jean Sartwelle and John Runnels founded MotherDogStudios, as a response to the visual arts communities need to provide working studio/exhibition space for local and visiting artists. She was selected as a finalist of the METRO Solutions Public Arts Program in 2007. Charlie Jean lives in Houston.

Calling all Homeschoolers!

Children’s Services has a book club for homeschool students ages 8-12! We read and discuss current Texas Bluebonnet Award nominated books as well as other notable books. Join the fun and meet other interesting homeschoolers your age. A snack is provided.  Meetings are 1st and 3rd Mondays at 3:30PM in the Robin Bush Activity Room, beginning September 21st through May 16th. Call the Children’s Information Desk at 281-376-4610 or come by to talk to any member of the Children’s Services Staff for more information.

Hispanic Heritage @ Your Library

September 15th is the start of Hispanic Heritage Month and runs through mid-October. During this time, we honor the independence of the following Latin American countries: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico, and Chile with cultural and festive programs.

Listed below are highlighted events for the weeks to come. The programs below do not require registration or tickets. To see our full calendar of Hispanic Heritage programs, click here.

Hispanic Heritage Festival 2008

Tuesday, 9/15