Submitted by Sara West on Wed, 10/22/2014 - 1:41pm
What if you changed the way you live now? What would you do? Would the change be drastic - like taking advice from a popularity guide written in the 1950s, not using a mirror for a year, or adding bugs to your diet? Maybe you would do something less extreme. Ever wonder what would happen if you took the SAT now? What score would you get as an adult?
Did you know that the International Space Station is about the size of a football field? Learn this and more by checking out our temporary exhibit on the International Space Station, courtesy of NASA. We will be hosting this exhibit until Thursday, October 30th. Kids and teens will also ha
We sure had a great time exploring the world of science this summer with reading programs for all ages...with over 1500 participants at the North Channel Branch! Stay tuned though-the fun is not over yet. In October there will be an exciting exhibit featuring a model of the International Space Station as well as kids and teen programming coming from NASA/Johnson Space Center!
NASA will be here on Thursday, July 31st at 3:00 pm to talk about living and working on the International Space Station. Learn about what astronauts do for fun, how they sleep and eat while in space. There will be a craft for kids. Meets in L-129 of the LSC-Tomball Community Library. Please call the children's department at 832-559-4235 for more information.
Submitted by Kimberly D on Fri, 06/27/2014 - 3:33pm
The International Space Station is orbiting around HCPL, and it is currently in Kingwood! Stop by the second floor to check out a scale model display of the ISS, courtesy of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. NASA representatives will also be at the library this Monday, June 30th only! They'll discuss what it's like to live and work on the International Space Station.
Calling all Teens and Tweens! Sign up today for NASA Live! Join us on Wednesday, June 25th at 3pm to learn about life on the International Space Station presented by NASA. Registration is suggested since, unlike the universe, space is limited.
Information for Persons with Disabilities: Harris County Public Library will make reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities who are interested in attending library programs. To make a request for yourself or someone you know, please notify the Branch Librarian two working days in advance of the program.