Moon Art One Lands in Seabrook

Local artist paints the space suits that made history!

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Ron Woods paints the suits the astronauts wear to go into space. That's a rather unique specialty for an artist.  If you wonder why (like I did). here is your answer.

Zombie Game Day at the Library

Zombies Invade the Library!

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The library will be hosting a Zombies! Game Day on Saturday, March 22nd at 11:00 a.m. in the Meeting Room.

Brian Weathersby, with the Houston Beer & Pretzel Wargaming Club, will be coordinating the event.

If you are part of the ever growing zombie fan base or just like a good table-top board game, you will enjoy this gathering!

This is our first time to host an event of this type, and we are hoping for a good turnout. We would like to make Gaming Day are regular occurrence at the library, and Mr. Weathersby is enthusiastic about hosting other wargames and sharing his knowledge  of this engrossing hobby..

The World of Model Railroading!

Trains, Trains, Trains!

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The love of model railroading knows no age or gender limits. Men, women, and children stop by to view our new exhibit, and everyone enjoys the special push button feature, which allows one access to the sounds and lights and action of a working model railroad.
Our thanks to David Rosenthal for sharing his wonderful collection with us. The exhibit will be on display through April.

 

Classical Guitar Concert in Seabrook

Program Announcement!

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Classical Guitarist Peter Fletcher will be performing at the Evelyn Meador Library on Tuesday, March 11th at 7:00 pm.

Seating is limited and tickets will be available at the front desk one hour before the concert.

This is a free concert and open to the public.  Don't miss your chance to see this engaging and dynamic live

performance!

Black History Month Book Discussion

Bass Reeves was the first African American to serve as deputy U.S. marshal in the Oklahoma Territory.  Read The Legend of Bass Reeves: Being the True and Fictional Account of the Most Valiant Marshal in the West by Gary Paulsen.  Then join us on Thursday, February 27 at 2 pm for a discussion about the book and this little-known and fascinating lawman.