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Native American Cooking Demonstration

On November 23rd, Ms Cindy and Ms Bonnie will delight the taste buds with several recipes from our Native American Cookbooks.  At 6 pm we will offer several dishes and have a simple demonstration on how to make Algonquian Maple Popcorn Balls.  So please join us for this cooking demonstration and sampling of delicious foods in celebration of Native American Heritage Month.

Native American Dance

On November 23, come to the Baldwin Boettcher Library to learn authentic Indian Dances and Folklore.  With the aid of a video by the Grey Eagles, and music choreographed and researched by Carole Howard, Princes Wa-Be-No-Que of the Chippewa tribe, we will try to learn the Corn Grinders Dance and a Rain Dance.  This event will begin at 2 pm.  So come one, come all to learn the Native American Dance Steps of old.

Teen DWI Program

On Saturday, October 17th, State Trooper Standifer will present a teen DWI program at 2 pm.  He will take us thru the steps of the drinking teen.  Find out how this alcohol affects your abilities to carry out the simple tasks of walking, talking and especially driving your vehicle.   See you on the 17th.

Hispanic Heritage Month Cooking Demonstration

Interested in cooking?  Want to try a new dish with a new taste?  Come to the Cooking Demonstration for the Hispanic Heritage Month.  On October 13th, at 5 pm come join us for a step by step presentation of "Spaghetti with pesto sauce".   We will not only learn how to make this delicious entree but we will have a tasting once the dish is finished.  Just like the cooking demonstrations on TV.  See you there.

Is there a Doctor in the House?

Dr. Mom is coming to the Baldwin Boettcher Library.  This program will tell you how to achieve and maintain optimum health through nutrition, natural remedies and essential oils.  Hopefully you will learn not only how to prevent but eradicate health issues.  Come join us on Saturday, October 10th at 10 am to discover your role in this health issue. 

Here at Toddle Time

Come one, come all!  We are  looking for toddlers from 2 to 3 years of age to join, Ms Nancy at Toddler Time.  Ms Nancy will read books, sing songs, and entertain you with her puppets.  So, we'll see you all at Toddler Time on Thursdays at 10:30 am.

Do You Live in the Houston Area?

If you live in the Houston area, come to the Baldwin Boettcher Library to check out our new catalog on the programming offered by the Houston Parks and Recreation Department.

Mother Goose visits our library on Tuesdays.

Come join our Mother Goose lapsit story time.  This story time is presented to babies, birth to 18 months, and their mothers, fathers, and/or caregivers.  The babies are introduced to songs, fingerplays, and board books.  At the close of the story time, the adults are given time to share with each other while the babies play with numerous toys.

Mother Goose Lapsit is a weekly story time on Tuesday, from 10 am until 10:45 am.  Everyone is welcome. Our programs are free!

Story Time on the Go!

Did you know Ms. Nancy is available to present a story time, puppet show, or science program at your school, day care, or meeting place? 

Would you like the library present at your open house or a meeting to provide information about our services and issue library cards?

Call the library at 281-821-1320, and ask for Ms Nancy.  She will coordinate a time for her visit with you.

Still Feel the Need to Purchase a Book?

Come browse the Friends of the Library book nook.  You will find gently used books for sale.  The prices are well worth the trip.  Paperbacks go for 25 to 50 cents, while hardback books sell for $1.00. 

Do you still have a VHS player at home? The Friends of the Baldwin Boettcher Library are selling donated VHS tapes for 50 cents to $1.00. 

So come into the library and purchase a book or movie from our Friends group to support our programming at the Baldwin Boettcher Library.

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