Native American Indian Craft for Children!

Children 5 and up are invited to bring their creativity to make teepees!  We are honoring Native American Heritage Month with this special and fun craft.  Come one, come all for a great time Wednesday afternoon November 18 at 4:30pm in the Robin Bush Children's Activity Room.

Job Search Seminar Series - Interviewing Skills

Barbara Bush Branch Library is hosting the free Workforce Solutions Job Seminar Series. The topic for Thursday, November 19, is "Interviewing Skills."  The seminar will be held from 2:00-4:00 PM in the Robin Bush Activity Room on the 1st floor. No registration is required. Call 281-376-4610 and ask for Annette for more information.

Get advice on effective interviewing techniques, respond appropriately to common interview questions, and negotiate salary and benefits for your new job. The interview is where jobs are won or lost. Ensure that your chances of getting the job offer are high!” 

The seminar series is provided by Workforce Solutions 1-888-469-jobs

Pen and Paintbrush Book Club

The Marble Faun, by Hawthorne

Title to be discussed: Marble Faun, by Nathaniel Hawthorne.

Date of Meeting: Wednesday, December 9, 1:30pm, in the Northgate Forest Conference Room, Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts (next door to the Barbara Bush Library). [NOTE: This is a date change from that originally announced.]

Jeff Forster---Ceramic Artist from Lone Star College

Jeff Forster, artist in residence and ceramics instructor at Lone Star College-North Harris, will have a ceramics exhibit at the Barbara Bush Branch Library in November.  A native of Minnesota, Forster now lives in Kingwood. He turned to ceramics as an undergraduate and earned a master's degree in ceramics from Southern Illinois University.  His works can be found in the Lobby Display Case. 

This post was provided by Val, Reference Librarian at Barbara Bush Branch Library.



Travels with CharleyTitle to be discussed: Travels with Charley, by John Steinbeck. Date of meeting: Thursday, Nov. 19, 1:30pm, in the Earl Elliott Room. Repeated Friday, Nov. 20, 2:30pm in the Women's Council of Realtors Conference Room. Summary: Almost fifty years ago, Steinbeck hit the highways in a custom-built camper with his French poodle, Charley, and traveled the country exploring small-town, back-roads Americana.