Adult Program

Snowflake Papercrafting [All Ages] - Thursday, February 15 at 4 PM




Make Houston snow again on Thursday, February 15th at 4 PM in the Library Community Room as we will be making paper snowflakes. 

Adults - Friday, 2/9 @ 3:45 PM - Introduction to FamilySearch 2: Adding to the Tree - Basic Search Features!

Learning about our ancestors helps us better understand who we are-creating a family bond, linking the present to the past, and building a bridge to the future.

FamilySearch is a nonprofit family history organization dedicated to connecting families across generations. These genealogical workshops are made possible by the support of the Friends of Freeman Library

3D Printer Orientation: MakerBot

makerbot printNorth Channel will have a 3D Printer Orientation for the MakerBot Replicator on Monday, February 5th, at 6 PM.
This orientation session will introduce participants to 3D printing services in the library. Those completing the class will then be able to schedule time to use the printer after receiving hands-on training.

Class size is limited. Recommended for ages 8 - adult. Participants under age 12 must be accompanied by an adult/guardian.
Register online, or call the library to register.

Museum Family Day

3d valentineThis spring, we are delighted to offer some programs in collaboration with the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts. Join us on Saturday, February 10th for the first of these events: Museum Family Day!

At this month's Museum Family Day, participants will briefly learn about the history of Valentine's Day cards and make their own 3D valentine to take home. All ages are welcome and all supplies are provided, so bring the whole family!

Museum Family Day will be held this coming Saturday, February 10th from 11:00am - 3:00pm. This is a drop-in program, so come at any time.

Mark your calendars, because Museum Family Day will return to the library again on March 10th and April 7th.

Thanks to the staff of the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts for their enthusiasm and willingness to host this exciting family program at our library!

For more information, contact the library at 832-559-4235.

Program: Native Prairie Plants for Your Garden

Photo by Chuck Duplant - Native Prairie Plants at Lawler Deer Park Prairie PreserveJoin us on Saturday, February 10 at 10:30 am, when Lan Shen, a board member of the Houston Chapter, Native Prairies Association of Texas (HNPAT), will tell us about the nearby Lawther - Deer Park Prairie Preserve, and how you can use the native plants of the coastal prairie in your own yard.

Ms. Shen describes the program:
The coastal tallgrass prairie was the predominant habitat of Harris and surrounding counties for thousands of years in pre-European settlement times. Prairie plants were what the early settlers saw when they settled here. Today, the tallgrass prairie is almost extinct in Harris County. A platinum quality remnant of this prairie can be found here in the center of Deer Park at the 52 acre Lawther - Deer Park Prairie Preserve.

Many gardeners today only know plants that had been imported from other countries and no longer know our beautiful native plants that used to grow here without added fertilizers, without irrigation, without pesticides. I would like to introduce you to these native prairie plants, talk about their growing conditions and sources for these plants.

Free! No registration required.

Photo by Chuck Duplant.

Make A Valentine's Day Card [All Ages] - Monday, February 12 to Wednesday, February 14


Make your own Valentine's Day card for your sweetheart in the Library.

Just behind the Reference Desk will be supplies to make your V-Day cards. 

Supplies will be available during our open hours from February 12th through February 14th. 

Roaring 20's Valentine's Edition Art Class at LSC Tomball Community Library

Vintage Valentine GalJoin us next Wednesday, February 7th at 5pm in L129 for a free drawing class at LSC-Tomball Community Library. All skill levels are welcome to join!  In this structured yet low pressure art class, our resident artist Paige Carpenter will share her drawing expertise. We will have a live model dressed as a flapper--with a Valentine's Day twist!  Limited to 20 adults and teens (ages 13 +). Registration is available at or call 832-559-4200. 

Photo credit: - Creative Commons CCO

African American History Program: Project to Reconstruct 'The La Porte Colored School'

Photo of African American School being reconstructed in La PortePlease join us Saturday, February 3 at 2 pm at La Porte Community Library, 600 S. Broadway, for the program: A Dream Come True! Project to Reconstruct The La Porte Colored School.  Learn about the current local project to reconstruct what was known as ‘The Colored School’, a school founded in 1909 for African Americans. Former students will be present to share their stories. Corby Alexander, City Manager of La Porte, will be the Keynote Speaker. This program is free and open to all ages, but content will be more suited for adults and teens. Refreshments will be served starting at 1:30 pm. 

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