Gadgets and Goblins Come to Freeman

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If the cost of eBooks has you worried you might have to use your Kindle for kindling this winter, or if your credit card balance has turned your eReader into an ePaperweight, help is rolling your way, On Friday, October 28 from 10 AM to 2 PM, the Digital Bookmobile will make a stop on its nationwide tour at the Freeman Branch Library.

Costume Parade coming to Freeman Library October 24-27

                              

Are you ready to try out your child's Halloween costume?  Join us October 24-27 for Toddler Time, Preschool Storytime, or Twilight Tales to show off your costume.  Children are invited to put on a costume and participate in a costume parade at the end of each storytime.  We'll provide treat bags and visit several treat stations around the Children's Department.                        

Sabine Stromeyer @ Freeman Library

In cooperation with The Arts of Alliance of Clear Lake, Freeman Library is proud to announce that several works by local artist Sabine Stromeyer are on display in our Internet Cafe and the Marge Jacobson Community Room for the next three months, so come down and check them out while you can.  The text below is taken from the artist's statement provided for the display:

Part III - Learn How to Turn Your Memories Into Memoirs @ your library

Clear Lake City-County Freeman Branch Library under50over Program and the Clear Lake Association of Senior Programs (CLASP) of University of Houston-Clear Lake invite you to join us on Friday, October 21st at 10:30 am in the Children's Activity Space to learn how to make memoirs from your memories. Dion McInnis, Associate Vice President for University Advancement at UHCL is the speaker for this program series. 

Not-So-Spooky Bat Craft on Monday, October 17 at 2:30 pm

 Are you looking for something fun to do this Monday afternoon with the children?  If so, join us for a festive bat craft program at 2:30 pm.  We'll be making not-so-spooky bats from toilet paper rolls.  We'll also have a tasty snack and fun coloring sheets .  This program is recommended for children preschool age through grade school.  Tickets are required.  They are free and available from the Kids Information Desk starting thirty minutes before the program.  For questions, call us at Freeman Library at 281-488-1906.