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Chronicles of Yarnia

Thursday, April 28th at 10 am
Would you like to learn how to knit or crochet? Or do you have a knitting and crocheting project but would like to join a group for new ideas? Then come join our Chronicles of Yarnia knitting and crocheting program at the Galena Park Library meeting room this Thursday at 10 am. You may bring your own needles, hooks and yarn or some will be provided while supplies last. This program is designed for adults.

Ask A Lawyer @ GP

Saturday, March 19th 11 am-12:30 pm 

Do you have legal questions or need help understanding important legal issues? We have a solution for you. Angela D. Johnson, Attorney at Law will be offering free legal help this Saturday, March 19th from 11 am - 12:30 pm in our Meeting Room. Angela D. Johnson will be answering legal questions and addressing issues that are important to the community.  You cannot let the opportunity to receive free legal guidance go by. 

Beyond the Book- Book Club

Do you like to read and discuss books? Then join the Galena Park Book Club! For the month of March we read "The Invention of Wings" by Sue Monk Kidd and will be discussing this magnificent novel on Monday, March 21st at 4:00 pm in the meeting room. If you would like to pick up a copy of the book, we have some available for check-out at the circulation desk. For more information please call 713-450-0982.

Adult Craft

Spring is almost here. Come make a wire and nail polish flower bouquet with us this Thursday, March 10th at 10:00 am in the Galena Park Meeting Room. This program is designed for adults. While supplies last. 

Flowers made by: Marianela Freites

"Ask a Lawyer" @ Galena Park Branch

Saturday, February 27th from 11 am-12:30 pm

Do you have legal questions or need help understanding important legal issues? We have a solution for you. Angela D. Johnson, Attorney at Law will be offering free legal help this Saturday, February 27th from 11 am - 12:30 pm in our Meeting Room. Angela D. Johnson will be answering legal questions and addressing issues that are important to the community.  You cannot let the opportunity to receive free legal guidance go by. 

Adult Craft- Mandalas

Mandalas are cosmic diagrams that represent wholeness and our relation to the infinite. Come join us this Thursday, February 11th at 10 am for our adult craft program. We will be painting mandalas out of recycled CDs. Hope to see you there!

Get Active/Activate

Do you want to become more active and get in shape but you are limited on time? Don’t worry, we have a solution for you that will only take 35 minutes. We are now offering 2 morning indoor walking exercises programs in addition to our weekly afternoon program. Morning sessions are Thursday, January 4th and Thursday, January 18th at 10 am. Afternoon sessions are every Wednesday at 4 pm. So don’t delay, grab your tennis shoes and join us in the Galena Park Library meeting room for some exercise fun!

Chronicles of Yarnia

Thursday, April 28th at 10 am
Would you like to learn how to knit or crochet? Or do you have a knitting and crocheting project but would like to join a group for new ideas? Then come join our Chronicles of Yarnia knitting and crocheting program at the Galena Park Library meeting room this Thursday at 10 am. You may bring your own needles, hooks and yarn or some will be provided while supplies last. This program is designed for adults. 

Adult Craft Program

Thursday, January 14th at 10 am
Do you like to be creative and enjoy crafts? Then, join us at the Galena Park Branch Library  meeting room for our Adult Craft Program. We will be making a dazzling crystal candle holder to light up the New Year. This program is designed for adults 18 and up. All material will be provided while supplies last. Hope to see you there!

Beyond the Book- Book Club

Monday, January 25th at 4 PM

Do you like to read and discuss books? Then join the Galena Parks Book Club! For the month of January we will be reading “The Paris Architect” by Charles Belfoure. A thrilling story set in Paris in 1942, where a talented architect accepts a well paid architectural project that might get him killed. He must design a secret hiding place for a Jewish man so invisible that even the most cleaver and determined Nazi will not be able to see.

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