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Summer Reading and Kids Café

Food bankThere are two big things that happen at your neighborhood library only during the summer. One is free lunch for children age 18 and under from the Houston Food Bank. The lunches are served Monday-Friday at 1:00 pm, while supplies last.
The other is our Summer Reading Program. EVERYBODY FROM BABIES TO SENIOR CITIZENS can join in by registering on our web site or through the Beanstack app, reporting your reading and other activities, and getting rewards! Feel free to call us if you have any questions.

Clases Gratuitas: Más nutrición, menos dinero

NutritionAcabamos de empezar una nueva serie de clases sobre cómo obtener más nutrición para tu familia por menos dinero. La clase incluye actividades físicas y demostraciones de cocina. Son los martes, a la 1:15 pm, del 11 de junio al 30 de julio. Explore cómo
*Cocinar más comidas y bocadillos en casa,
*Comer más frutas y verduras,
*Ser más activo con su familia,
*Alcanzar y/o mantener el peso saludable,
*Ahorrar dinero en comestibles,
*Controlar porciones en comidas,
*Tener más energia, y
*Mantener la comida segura.

Leaving/Recovering from Abusive Relationships

Dorrisia-croppedA member of our community, motivational speaker Dorrisia Taylor, has volunteered to give a presentation on Saturday, April 13, at 10:30 am about abusive relationships. This, I Deserve! is a dynamic presentation designed to help people recognize signs of abuse in a relationship and to help both people currently in abusive relationships and survivors of abuse to recognize and use their inner-strength. This talk is appropriate for teens and for adults of all ages. It will cover a range of topics including identifying what you deserve, acknowledging your own worth and re-evaluating your perceptions.

Disrupt Aging! with AARP

AARP Disrupt AgingWednesday, April 10, 1-2 pm. Aging? Everyone’s doing it! And the way we are aging is changing, mostly for the better. Join AARP Houston to explore choices for living life on YOUR terms as you age. Disrupt Aging! challenges outdated beliefs and sparks new solutions. Let’s discuss how those of the 50-plus group celebrate life through creativity and re-imagining opportunities.

Book Club for Adults

/Little Paris BookshopDoes April in Paris sound good to you? Then join the library’s adult book club in reading “The Little Paris Bookshop” by Nina George for our next meeting on Wednesday, April 17. Copies are available for checkout at the library.

Child Safety Event / Evento de seguridad infantil

Child IDThe Child ID people will be back at the library this Saturday, March 16, from 10:30am-12:00 noon. Bring your children and get IDs made for them for safety’s sake! See our previous post for more details. Las personas que hacen identificación de menores regresarán a la biblioteca este sábado, 16 de marzo, de 10:30am a 12:00. ¡Traiga a sus hijos y obtenga identificación para ellos por razones de seguridad! Mira esto para más detalles.

Give blood, give life! ¡Done sangre, done la vida!

Blood + heartThe Aldine Library will host a blood drive right here in your neighborhood on Monday, March 18, from 2:00-5:30 pm. Please schedule an appointment to donate by calling 888-482-5663 or clicking this link. You could save up to 3 lives and it won’t cost you anything but a little of your time!
Usted puede donar el sangre aquí en la biblioteca de su vecindario el lunes, 18 de marzo, de 2:00-5:30 pm. Por favor haga una cita por llamar al 888-482-5663 o ir aquí. ¡Podría salvar hasta 3 vidas y no le costará nada excepto un poco de tiempo!

Spring Break Movie Special: The Lego Batman Movie

Lego BatmanTomorrow, Thursday, 2-4 pm, Come and watch the Lego Batman movie with us! We will have giveaways and popcorn!

Computación para Principiantes

Computer class 3La biblioteca de Aldine ofrece clases nuevas de computación en español cada jueves 10:30-11:20 am. No se requiere registración. Venga para aprender lo más basico, incluyendo como usar el mouse y el teclado. (New Spanish-language computer classes.)

Game Day for Adults

Games 2Do you get tired of sitting at home watching crummy TV shows? Get out of the house! Research shows you’re healthier and live longer if you socialize. So, come on over to the library and hang out with other grownups the last Wednesday of every month at 1 pm. You can chat while playing card games, domino games, or board games or working on a jigsaw puzzle. We hope to see you March 27!

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