Mummies invade Evelyn Meador!

On Wednesday mummies invaded the Evelyn Meador Library! Well... not real mummies, so much as toilet paper roll mummies brought to you by the creative imaginations of local kids and tweens. With a spent paper roll, construction paper, glue, and a hand full accessories, Wednesday's craft was a great success. Be sure to stop by for our next kid craft (usually the forth Wednesday of every month).

Evelyn Meador Branch Goes Green, Gets Gold

WhenEvelyn Meador LEED Plaque you walk up to Evelyn Meador Branch Library you will notice its sleek, modern look with its attractive mix of glass, metal and natural stone. You probably won’t notice all of the features, inside and out, that have earned it recognition for its energy-saving, environmentally friendly design  The building was recently awarded Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council.

The library which opened in June 2011 replaced the previous one that was heavily damaged in Hurricane Ike, and it was designed, top to bottom, with energy and water conservation in mind.

A Literary Evening In Seabrook

Divas of the Written Word!

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Join us for a literary event as a family therapist, a police woman, a nurse and an artist offer an evening to remember of stories and poetry. 

Tuesday, October 23, 2012 

7:00 p.m.

In the Meeting Room of the library.

This program is free and open to all.

Don't Sweat It Just Shred It @ the Library!

Bring Us Your Paper!

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The JSC Federal Credit Union will be hosting a Shred Day in the library parking lot on Saturday, October 20th from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm.

Items you may bring for shredding include:

  • Bond paper
  • Computer paper
  • Adding machine tape
  • Envelopes
  • File, file folders
  • Copying paper
  • Accounting ledgers
  • Letterhead
  • Fax, NCR or coated paper
  • Self adhesive notes

Flyers are available in the library or you can call 281-488-7070 for more information.

 

 

The Colorful Southwest of Peter Bowman

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Peter Bowman does what many of us may only dream of doing with our retirement years: traveling around and taking print-worthy pictures of beautiful landscapes and people and sharing them with the world.  Mr. Bowman has enough mileage under his belt to legitimately call himself a travel photographer, but he is much more than that. He has an abiding interest in the landscapes of the Southwest.
Through the month of October, the library will be hosting an exhibit of photos Mr. Bowman calls “The Colorful Southwest.”  If you love the landscapes of the Southwest, or have an affinity for the canyon country, or just love great photography, come by and check out this wonderful display in our gallery.