GONE - Adult "Crafts-to-Go!"

The December, the craft project, the penguin magnet, is gone.

A new project will be made available in January 2011. More details are to come about the January Adult "Crafts-to-Go!" kit will be announced later so please check the Freeman blog.

 

 

 

Teens R Crafty: Holiday Edition

snowpeopleJoin us in the Teen Zone on Thursday, December 9 @ 4:30 pm to make a holiday-themed craft to give to your friends or a family member (or maybe even keep for yourself).
 
Are you a crafty teen and have ideas on other great projects we can make in the library? Leave us a comment, e-mail me, call or visit us at Freeman, or consider joining the Freeman Teen Advisory Board!
 
Flickr CC: snowpeople Photo by: michelleness

Holiday Piano Concert @ your library

Come join us at 10:30 AM this Friday in the Marge Jacobson Community Room for a piano concert of Seasonal Music presented by Thomas C. Thompson, local artist and instructor. This is one of our under50over program presentations.

To find out about other library programs at Freeman, visit our website at http://www.hcpl.net, click on Events and Programs at HCPL, then click on our branch name. For more information about this program call Freeman Branch Library at (281) 488-1906 or visit us at 16616 Diana Lane, Houston, TX 77062.

 

Dancing in Bomb Shelters this Friday @ your library

Local author Joanna Wycoff will be speaking at this Friday's under50over program. She will talk about her book - Dancing in Bomb Shelters: My Diary of Holland in World War II.This presentation is sponsored by both The University of Houston-Clear

Seasonal Books Ready for Purchase

Need help with your holiday shopping?

The Friends of Freeman now are selling items with seasonal themes in the Friends of Freeman Bookstore. These items make excellent gifts for family, friends, colleagues, neighbors, and many other folks on your shopping list.

The proceeds help support the Freeman Branch Library and enable the library to better serve the Greater Houston population. If you would like more information about becoming involved in the Friends of Freeman group, please call (281) 488-1906 and ask for the Bookstore (mornings are best).