Artist, Patty Romo, on display at the Barbara Bush Library

Born in 1968 in Mexico City, Romo's art inspiration is a legacy from her late father Enrique Romo Riebeling, later on she polished her technique with the guidance of Esther Samano, renowned artist in Mexico.

CreekFest is this Saturday!

CreekFest 2014Saturday is the day. It's CreekFest!

CreekFest is a one-day festival held in Northwest Houston to promote the fine arts organizations, outdoor parks, and other community resources in the Greater Cypress Creek Area. The 4th annual festival will be held this Saturday, October 4, from 10am to 4pm and includes a variety of family-friendly activities, live entertainment, local artists and vendors, tasty food, and more!

Admission to the festival is free for all ages. Experience the fine arts through hands-on art projects, artist demonstrations, performances, and fun library activities. Explore the outdoors along the beautiful trails and waterways of Collins Park and Meyer Park or take part in the Color the Creek Run.

Stay informed with CreekFest on Facebook and we'll see you there!

Green Magazine Exchange Center

The Barbara Bush Branch Library has a place for your recent, but used, magazines. Bring in your old magazines to share with others. Please bring only magazines published in 2013 or 2014. Feel free to take as many as you bring in (or more). The rack is at the top of the stairs on the 2nd floor of the library. The library is at 6817 Cypresswood Drive in Spring.

Senior Classic Movie Showing on Friday

Come and view a film from 1958 starring Tony Curtis and Sidney Portier.

"Nominated for nine Academy Awards, including Best Picture, this movie is a fast-moving blend of action and suspense. Escaping from a Southern work gang, the two men are bound together by an unbreakable iron chain and separated by a hatred towards each other. Relentlessly pursued by a posse and bloodhounds, they put aside their differences to survive." Licensing restrictions prevent us from promoting the title of the film. 

Care To Paint, Anyone?

Did you notice there are five Tuesdays in September? Oh yes, there sure are five without a shred of a doubt! And do you know what we do on the fifth Tuesday, whenever we have that? We paint! Yes, you read that right. We paint.