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Experience Filmmaking @ Your Library

FilmmakingIf you’re 13-18 years old and interested in filmmaking, photography or acting, join us on the 2nd Monday of each month from 4:30-6:00 pm for APE, the Aldine Project Experience. This is a volunteer group dedicated to working together to make short videos to submit to contests and scholarships competitions. First meeting December 12. Have fun while gaining valuable filmmaking experience! Maybe you’ll be the next YouTube sensation! [Image ©2016 Vital Imagery Ltd.]

Medicaid Enrollment Event

/Medicaid logoIf you want to register for Medicaid, you want to get information about Medicaid, or you already have Medicaid but you feel like you don’t know as much about the options and benefits as you should, please come to the Aldine Library’s meeting room on Monday, December 12, 2:30-5:30 pm, to meet with Medicaid experts. The STAR/STAR+PLUS Program staff will:
· Help you choose a health plan
· Help you choose a health plan
· Help you choose a primary care provider
· Help you change your plan
· Help you get a STAR/STAR+PLUS ID card
· Help you learn more about Children’s Medicaid Dental Services.

Digging Old Stuff

Next Saturday, October 22, Kleb Woods Nature Center in Tomball will host their annual "Digging Old Stuff" event. I went a few years ago and thought it was a great outing for a fall weekend. They have live music, blacksmiths, spinners & weavers, candle-making, fabric dyeing, woodworkers, and more. Click here for more information. 

Reminders about Good Stuff

I just wanted to make sure you don't forget two wonderful services offered by HCPL and Harris County Precinct 4.
First of all, remember that the Fairbanks Library offers free computer classes, including Computer Basics, Beginner Internet, Beginner Email, Beginner and Intermediate Microsoft Word, and Beginner and Intermediate Microsoft Excel, among others. Click here for the class schedule.
Also, if you're age 50 or better, Harris County Precinct 4 offers an outstanding variety of events and excursions. They have recently updated their web site so that you can register online and you can see which excursions still have space available.
These are great opportunities for learning and for fun!

Library Card Sign-up Month

Adult lib cardSome people come to the library all the time but don't have a library card. They probably don't realize that your first library card is FREE, and it only takes a few minutes to get one. Also, if you're only going to use our digital resources (eBooks, eAudio, databases, streaming movies, TV shows, and music, etc.), you don't even need to come to the library to set up a library card account. You can do it online! September is National Library Card Sign-up Month, so now is a perfect time to get an account set up and start taking advantage of all your library offers!

Math & Physics-Grades 6-12

PhysicsWe are trying something new at the Fairbanks Library. We have two volunteers that will be available to help 6th-12th graders with their math or physics homework on Wednesdays from 3:30-4:30. If you're a student in need of help, just stop by our meeting room during that time period.

[Image © 2016 Vital Imagery Ltd.]

Precinct 4 Fun4Seniors Events

BatsIn September, Harris County Precinct 4’s Fun4Seniors program will be sponsoring two bus trips starting from the library parking lot. Contact the Senior Adult Program at 281-893-3726 for more information about all of their offerings for adults age 50+.
On Saturday, September 10, take a trip to Caldwell, Texas, for the Kolache Festival. This trip is free. The bus departs at 8:30 am and returns at 5:00 pm.

FREE Computer Classes!

Here is our computer class schedule for September. Please call the branch at 713-466-4438 to register (unless you’re already in the building!)
Computer Basics, Saturday, 9/3, 10:30
Facebook, Wednesday, 9/7, 11:30
PowerPoint 2013, Wednesday, 9/14, 4:30
Beginner Internet, Saturday, 9/17, 10:30
Windows 10, Monday, 9/19, 4:00
LinkedIn, Wednesday, 9/21, 4:30
Computer Basics Wednesday, 9/28, 11:30.

[Image © 2016 Vital Imagery Ltd.]

Book Sale August 27

Books-stacked-childThe Friends of the Fairbanks Library are hosting a Books, Etc., Sale at the library on Saturday, August 27, from 10:00am to 3:00pm. We will have hardback bestsellers, as well as paperbacks, cookbooks, romances, mysteries, science fiction, fantasy, children’s books, young adult books, and other items. There are even some music CDs and some movies. The prices are ridiculously low, so come and buy a lot! Proceeds pay for library programs, materials, or furnishings.
[Image © 2016 Vital Imagery Ltd.]

Summer Reading Program Ends Today

Light Sabers (6)Yes, today is officially the last day of the Summer Reading Program. That means it’s the last day to register (if you haven’t already) and the last day to log your activities and the titles of the books you’ve read since June 6. Take a look at our Flickr photos to see some of the fun we’ve had at the Fairbanks Branch this summer.

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