Knitting/Crocheting/Conversation Group Meets at the Library

Knowledge Exchange-Fridays all year- All ages are welcome to this knitting, crocheting, and conversation group.  The group meets in the Earl Elliott Meeting Room from 2:30--4:30 pm.  Bring your own projects or use our yarn to make lap blankets for veterans at the V. A. Hospital and chemo caps for M. D. Anderson Patients. If you come before 4:00 we can help you get started.  Please bring your own hook or needles.

Journaling Group

NotepadNeed motivation to start writing your life story? Join this beginner's group to get tips and techniques from facilitator Penny Boozman. Writing assignment to prepare for this session is a one-page family story of any type. It can be shared with the group, but only if you wish. This meeting is Monday, May 21, at 2:30pm in the Women's Council of Realtors Conference Room on the second floor.

A "Feel Good" Read

Heroes for my Daughter, by Brad MeltzerIf you are tired of all the bad news in the world, stop and read Heroes for My Daughter by Brad Meltzer. Meltzer tells the stories of 60 remarkable people, each highlighting an admirable quality and each dedicated to making the world a better place. They range from two relatively unknown women collegiate baseball  players who are  listed as "Champions," to the "Unconventional" Temple Grandin, an autism activist. You will feel better about the human race for having read it.

Greens Gallery Art Exhibit at the Library

The Art Exhibit for May will be furnished by Greens Gallery of Originial Art.The Artists contributing their work are Barbara Gillroy, Pedra Kuder, and Elizabeth Sapre. 

Barbara Gilroy

Barbara loves painting portraits of homes. It is her passion to capture the warmth of a family home. She paints in various
mediums and has exhibited in Galveston, Kingwood, and Spring. She also teaches watercolor classes on cruise ships.

 

 

Pedra Kuder

 

Senior Classic Movie Morning

 On Friday, May 4 @ 10:00 am a 1941 drama starring Gary Cooper, Walter Brennan and Joan Leslie will be presented here at the Barbara Bush Branch Library.  "An ode to patriotism and the human spirit." Gary Cooper won the Best Actor Award for his role in this movie. Come and enjoy the movie.