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Bollywood Dance!

Bollywood Dance

Get moving with an Indian dance class! Learn the moves one by one, then put them together in one fun dance! No dance skills? Grab your friends and come anyway! For teens and tweens ages 10-18. Meet in the first floor Meeting Room on Tuesday, June 17 from 3:00-4:00 pm.

Once Upon a Time…

maleficent dragonWhen I saw Disney’s Sleeping Beauty for the

Live Action Pac-Man!

pac-man

Start Summer Reading off right with a game of live action Pac-Man! Whatever you do, don’t let the ghosts catch you! For teens and tweens ages 10-18. Meet in the first floor Meeting Room on Tuesday, June 10 from 3:00-4:30 pm.

For more information, call the library at 832-559-4200.
 

As You Wish!

princess brideIn 1987 The Princess Bride, one of my favorite movies, opened in theaters to moderate success. Equal parts romance, comedy, adventure and fantasy, it offered something for everyone.

Library Hours this Memorial Day Weekend

US FlagsEach Memorial Day we honor the brave men and women who have fallen while serving in the United States Armed Forces. In observance of the holiday, the library will remain open regular hours Friday and Saturday, but will be closed this coming Monday, May 26. The library will reopen for business Tuesday, May 27 at 8:00 am.

Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month

ang leeEach May, we honor the men and women of Asian and Pacific Islander descent who have contributed to America’s rich historical and cultural heritage. First conceived as a week-long event in the late 1970’s, the celebration was extended in 1992 and is now commemorated each year in May as Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month.

Candy Sushi for Teens!

candy sushi

Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with us and make candy sushi! All supplies provided. For teens and tweens ages 10-18. Meet in the first floor Meeting Room on Monday, May 5 from 1:00-2:00 pm.

For more information, call the library at 832-559-4200.
 

Get on the 50+ Bus!

sam houstonTake a day trip out of town this May on the 50+ bus! Join us as we tour the Sam Houston Memorial Museum and the Texas Prison Museum, both located in Huntsville, Texas. The bus is free, but each bus rider is responsible for entrance fees at the museums ($4 for each museum) and lunch at the Farmhouse Café.

Stand & Cheer!

inspire othersIn 2006, the American Film Institute released a list of the 100 most inspiring American movies: AFI’s 100 Years…100 Cheers. It’s an interesting list that definitively answers the question, does a movie need to be sentimental to be inspiring? Looking over the broad range of genres present in this list, the answer is a definite no. Moviegoers can find inspiration in films that invite them to open themselves to love, stand up for what they believe is right, fight the good fight, and rediscover the innocence of childhood. Even superhero movies, like the recently released Captain America: The Winter Soldier, encourage audiences to aspire to be greater.

Grab & Go Crafts for Teens

grab & go craft

Hop into spring with a Grab & Go Craft! Stop by the library this Friday or Saturday, April 11-12, and pick up the materials and instructions to make your own origami bunny with a fuzzy tail! Supplies will be at the Reference Desks for teens 12- 18 years old.

For more information, please call the library at 832-559-4200.
 

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