Adults

Program: The History of the Moon

Apollo 11 Lunar Module from NASA Space Science Data Coordinated ArchiveWhere were you on July 21, 1969, when Neil Armstrong first stepped foot on the moon? Or were you not yet born? Come to our program on The History of the Moon this Saturday, July 22 at 10:30 am to help celebrate that historic event! Walter Kiefer, a scientist with the Lunar and Planetary Institute, will tell us—in layman’s terms—what we learned about the moon’s history through the Apollo program. He will also tell us about more recent NASA missions to the moon. This program is open to all ages, though the subject matter will appeal more to older elementary kids through 110-year olds.

Hope to see you there!

Photo from NASA Space Science Data Coordinate Archive, Apollo 11 Lunar Module, Tuesday, 18 July 2017 as shown on the Lunar and Planetary Institute website. 

Adults - Wednesday, 7/19 @ 4 PM - Puzzle Me Out - an Adult Jigsaw Puzzle Program!

Come and build some new worlds with Jigsaw Puzzles! This is the last Jigsaw Puzzle program for the Adult Summer Reading Program. We will have jigsaw puzzles in various sizes available, along with some puzzle mats for the larger sizes. If you didn't finish a puzzle in June, you can do so in July. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

This Summer Reading Program event is supported by the Friends of Freeman Library

Basic Life Skills – Barbequing July 24th @ 3 PM [13+]

 

 

Barbequing has been attributed to many different cultures. It is believed that pirates are credited with the first origins of barbequing. Join the pirate tradition on July 24th at 3 PM in the Library Community Room to learn how to safely char some meat me mateys!

 

 

 

 

 

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Family Chess Club - July 15 @ 1:00 PM

Whether you are learning, expanding your knowledge, or just want to have fun, come by our Family Chess Club! Chess Club will on Saturday, July 15, from 1:00-3:00 PM, in the Meeting Room.

This program is for school-aged children up to adults. For more info, contact the library at 281-360-6804.

Family Activity Fair

Join us for a drop in craft and activity fair on Saturday, July 22nd from 10:30am-12pm. We will have a variety of crafts and projects for the whole family to enjoy together! Help us Build a Better World! 

If you have questions, call us at 281.376.4610. See you there!

LIFE Followup: History of Cookbooks

ancient cookbookYesterday, Pam Panettiere, librarian and history buff, delved into the quirky history of the cookbook and shared some of the culinary discoveries of her gustatory endeavor. 

Take a look at the facinating, and sometimes odd, history of the cookbook.

 

Image: From Ancient-Origins.net

 

Senior Adult Trip - Registration for 8/10 Trip Opens Tuesday 7/11 @ 10 AM

Senior Adults -  If you are at least 55 years old, then we hope you will consider joining us for a day trip on Thursday, August 10. The Precinct2gether bus will depart from the Freeman Library parking lot. Please plan for plenty of walking and wear comfortable, rubber-soled shoes.

Brown Bag Movies

brown bag moviesJoin us Tuesday for Brown Bag Movies. Bring your lunch or dinner and enjoy a patriotic film on us. Red, White, & Blue Dessert Provided. Surprises and Trivia!

Tuesday, July 11, LRNC 131

• 12:00noon - Brown Bag Movie Matinee
• 6:30pm - Brown Bag Movie Night

Call for film titles, 281-290.3214
 

Wednesday @ 10 AM - Adult Craft-In: Safety Pin Bracelet

Adults - Wednesday 7/12 @ 10 AM - If you're signed up, don't forget to join us For the second of three Adult Craft In's this summer join us and learn how to make a colorful and easy safety pin bracelet.

All supplies are provided by the Friends of Freeman Library. Space is limited. Please register in person or by phone by calling (832) 927-5420.

Adult Summer Reading Program: Yoga Basics for Adults

Clipart: © 2017 Vital Imagery Ltd. Woman stretching, doing yogaJoin us this Saturday, July 15 at 10:30 am for Yoga Basics for Adults, presented by Rosalinda Segovia-Robertson, National Association of Certified Yoga Teachers.

About our instructor: After being diagnosed with a chronic health disorder, Rosalinda was introduced to Yoga. She has found healing and a myriad of health benefits from her practice. As a Yoga teacher, she seeks to inspire and encourage the intentional development of a healthy and balanced mind, body and spirit through yoga and meditation.

No need to bring anything, but please dress comfortably. Free. No registration required.

Clipart: © 2017 Vital Imagery Ltd.

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