Workforce Solutions Job Hunting Series

The Workforce Job Search Seminar series will continue in November.  On November 3rd at 1:30 the topic will be " Evaluating Your Skills and Making a Job Search Plan."  Come and learn how to highlight your skills  to interest an employer.

Native American Artist Exhibit at the Library

The Barbara Bush Branch library is honored to have an exhibit from the Garden of the Dragonfly Gallery in Old Town Spring. The exhibit features three artists, Dani Palmierie-Shafer, Yvonne Denbina, and Mary Chimarusti.Mary Chimarusti - Painted Native American Drum

Here I am featuring Mary Chimarusti.

"Inspired by her life's experiences, world travels, music, photography, and spiritual studies, Mary has taken her visions and placed them on canvas. She is a self-taught artist who depends on her visions and inner-most emotions to create her art. A master storyteller, her canvas is her voice."

Workforce Solutions Job Hunting Series

Networking and Using the Internet, Thursday, October 13, 1:30--3:30 pm

Networking is not limited to who you know, it's learning how to find out about jobs that are not advertised and how to get your foot in the door,  Learn to develop a list of contacts that can help you and create a marketing profile to promote your skills and abilities.

Many  job seekers spend time on the Internet.  Is there really an employer on the other side of the screen?  Learn how to use the Internet effectively in your job search and research labor market information to identify occupations that are growing and have openings.

BARBARA BUSH BRANCH -- AFTERNOON BOOK CLUB

My Reading Life, by Pat ConroyTitle to be discussed: My Reading Life, by Pat Conroy. Date of meeting: Thursday, Oct. 27, 1:30pm in the Earl Elliott Room. Repeats Friday, Oct. 28, 2:30pm in the Women's Council of Realtors Conference Room. Summary: Bestselling author Pat Conroy acknowledges the books that have shaped him and celebrates the profound effect reading has had on his life. Next selection: Tiger's Wife by Tea Obreht.

CREEKFEST!

CreekefstThe first annual CreekFest Arts Festival will be held this Saturday, October 8, to celebrate the community resources in the Cypress Creek Cultural District. Festival activities will take place at Collins Park, the Barbara Bush Library, the Centrum, the Cypress Creek Christian Community Center, Cypresswood Landing Shopping Center, and the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts. These locations are all near the intersection of Cypresswood Drive and Stuebner Airline Road. All events, excluding the Urban Adventure Run, are free and open to the public. Please visit http://www.creekfesthouston.com/for more information.