Seniors Computer Help Sessions

Attention Seniors: Improve your computer skills with our volunteer tutor at the library

On the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month from 10:00-12:00 , Patsy, a volunteer, will be in the computer lab to help you with your computer questions or problems. She will help you search the Internet, create an e-mail account, create a word document, or any number of other skills you'd like to improve on the computer.

No registration is required. Just drop in and start learning. The next two dates when Patsy will be in the lab are: Tuesday, April 5 and Tuesday, April 19. See you there. Call 281-376-4610 if you have questions.

Workforce Solutions Job Hunting Series

The Workforce Job Seeking Seminars will be held in the library on the first and third Thursdays from 1:30-3:30 pm. On March 17th they will present Cover Letters.  Learn how to prepare an effective cover letter to highlight your skills. No registration required.

OUTREACH TO ALDINE ISD

Conley Elementary (AISD) Open House, 3/8/11It was inspiring to see the crowd of families in attendance at the Conley Elementary School Open House (Aldine Independent Schhol District) on Tuesday evening, March 8. Conley is located halfway between the Aldine and Barbara Bush branches of the Harris County Public Library. Members of the Barbara Bush Library Friends distributed handouts about the library system and gave the children bookworm erasers and READ temporary tattoos. Best of all, they made 33 library cards for the children and their families. It is great to see the schools, libraries, and parents working together for the good of these young children.

ESL Tutor Training March 26 at the Library

 

ESL Tutor Training

March 26, 2011

BARBARA BUSH BRANCH - AFTERNOON BOOK CLUB

Girl in a Blue DressTitle to be discussed: Girl in a Blue Dress, by Gaynor Arnold. Date of meeting: Thursday, Mar. 24, 1:30pm in the Earl Elliott Room. Repeats Friday, Mar. 25, 2:30pm in the Women's Council of Realtors Conference Room. Summary: "This debut novel recreates the domestic life of author Charles Dickens and his wife Catherine, in the process detailing much about the status of women in Victorian England." April selection: Little Bee.