Barbara Bush Branch Library @ Cypress Creek

Location:
6817 Cypresswood Drive
Spring, TX 77379
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Phone: 281-376-4610
Branch Librarian: Clara Maynard

 

Movie, Anyone?

MovieYou all know about the Tremendous Tuesdays, right? If you don’t, not a problem. I’ll tell you. We have something cool planned for the school age children on Tuesdays at 4:30 PM. Now the first Tuesday is Movie Tuesday. So if you like enjoying an amazing and popular movie with your friends, join us for the show on first Tuesday of every month at 4:30 PM. All the movies are rated G or PG.

A Must for All Budding Writers

Shadow Falls: After DarkWannabe Writers, or Curious Readers, New York Times author Christie Craig, AKA, C.C. Hunter, tells it all.

Have you ever thought you wanted to write that great American novel? Where do you start? Who do you send it to? Have you wondered what it really takes to see your name on the spine of a book, or to see your book uploaded on Amazon? Or, are you just curious how someone starts from scratch and builds a story and characters that seem real to millions of people. From a high school dropout, to number three on the New York Times list, this author has worked her way to the top and will offer tips covering craft, career, and the craziness of a writer’s life. Have a question on her books, or about her writing career? Get an answer.

Hunter will be signing copies of her books, including her latest release, Eternal, from the award-winning series, Shadow Falls: After Dark.

We'll see you this Saturday at 2:00 PM in the Earl Elliott Room. The event is free. No registration is required.

French Classes with Marie

Come and learn French with Marie on Fridays from 12:00-2:00. The class is intermediate level and so some knowledge of French is required. No registration is necessary. The class will meet in the Robin Bush Room at the Barbara Bush Branch Library, 6817 Cypresswood Drive in Spring.

 

Do You Know About Fire Safety?

Hey you! I have something wonderful for you. It's National Fire Prevention week and Barbara Bush Branch Library will have a special program called “Fire Prevention & Education Program” on Tuesday, October 28th at 11 AM for Preschool Story time.

WWI: Its Importance Today

WWI Plane PhotographA pistol shot set the world aflame on June 28, 1914. One hundred years later, what meaning does that still hold for us today? Come and hear Lora Vogt, Curator of Education at the National WWI Museum at Liberty Memorial, discuss the impact the First World War has on us currently.

The presentation is Saturday, October 25, at 11:00 AM in the Earl Elliott Room. This event is a part of the Gulf Coast Reads initiative and this year's selection Remember Ben Clayton.

Photo Courtesy of Vital Images Ltd.

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