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Cody Bear Checks In!

Recently our long time Children's Department bear - Cody Bear - retired to Florida and we received a new bear named Theodore!  Theodore has settled in nicely and has been enjoying getting to know all of the children here at the library.  The other day we received a postcard from Cody Bear and while he misses the library and all the children, he wants us to know that he is thoroughly enjoying his retirement.  Here is the postcard for you to read for yourself! *click on blog entry to enlarge postcard

Explore Magical Creatures in Art!


Learn about magical creatures in medieval art on Tuesday, February 14th at 5:00 pm at Art Explorers and create a one of  a kind mythical beast! This program is limited to 20 children ages 8 - 12.  Call 832-559-4235 for more information and to register.

Hey, Chocolate Lovers!

 Registration is now open for our very first Chocolate Olympics!  Children (ages 8 - 12) can participate and have fun in easy-to-win tabletop games, challenges and relays – all involving chocolate!
This yummy program will meet on Thursday, February 9th at 5:00 pm in the Children's Area and is limited to 20 children.  Please call 832-559-4235 to register.
*not recommended for children with peanut allergies

Introducing Theodore!

 Thank you to all who participated in our "name the bear contest" over the past 2 weeks.  After counting well over 200 votes, the winner by a large margin is Theodore!  We think its the perfect name for our new friend!   Next time you are in the library, say hello to Theodore and give him a great big bear hug!

Art Explorers!

 

 

 

 

 

Start the year off right at Art Explorers on Tuesday, January 10th  at 5:00 pm!  Learn about  Perspective and Optical  Illusions.  Sketch a view in perspective and create a 3D drawing of your hand!  This program is limited to 20 children (ages 8 -12).     Call   832-559-4235 to register!

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Jungle Jim at the Children’s Library!

  Monday, June 24th at 3:00 pm, don't miss Jungle Jim's Wild Encounters show!  Learn about amazing bugs, spiders, critters and see his 2012 Guinness Book of World Records African Millipede!  It's fun for the whole family and best of all, it's FREE!  Meet in the Children's Area!

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