Children's

KidsCreations: Football

Are you ready for some football? Then come join us this Thursday, September 8th at 4 pm for our Kid’s Creations: Football. We're going to kick off the season with some fun football arts and crafts. Don’t miss the fun!

Kid's Creations- Dog Days of Summer!

Farewell to summer! Come join us this Thursday, August 11th at 4 pm for a fun reading of a "Diary of a Wimpy Kid". We will also be creating flip books that you can take home.

¡Adiós al verano! únete a nosotros este jueves 11 de Agosto a las 4 pm para una divertidad lectura del "Diario de Greg". Tambien puedes crear un comic y llevartelo a casa.

Mindbenders

Hey kids!! Do you need some help or just some quiet time for your homework?! We have the thing for you, MINDBENDERS! Come after school from 3-4pm to get a little help, whether you need a pencil, glue, colors or even a quick print out we got you covered. This program is recommended for school age children. See program calendar for dates. For more information please contact the Branch at 713-450-0982.

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Pictures with Santa!

Tuesday, December 22, 2015 @ 6PM

Santa will be visiting the Galena Park Branch Library on Tuesday, December 22, 2015 @ 6PM. Come visit him and have your picture taken. Please bring your own camera. For more information please contact the Branch, 713-450-0982.

Thanksgiving Craft

Tuesday, November 24, 2015 @ 4PM

Come joins for a special Thanksgiving craft. We will be making a very cute center piece for your Thanksgiving table and the best part is you get a sweet snack to go with it. This craft is recommended for ages 4-12. For more information please contact the Branch, 713-450-0982.

Look Who's Here!!

Our butterflies are finally here! come stop by at the Galena Park Branch and say hello to our new friends. These amazing little creatures decided to come out of their Chrysalis today! We will be releasing them into the wild this Saturday at 11 am. Everyone is welcome to come help us release them and say farewell.

 

Halloween Craft

Thursday, October 29, 2015 @ 4PM

Come join us for a special Halloween craft. We will be making a "Dia De Los Muertos" skull out of paper plates. Come show your creative side. This craft is recommended for ages 4-12. For more information please call the Branch, 713-450-0982.

Texas Star/ Texas Plus @ Your Library

Dental Awareness Month is here! The Texas Star/Texas Plus Programs will be at the Galena Park library tomorrow Tuesday, October 13th at 3:30 pm presenting a fun program for kids and teens about dental hygiene and health. Parents are also welcome to attend and obtain information about the different health plans that are offered to families. If you have questions about your health plan, primary care provider or any changes in the near future you may have, Texas Star/Texas Plus will be happy to answer your questions. 

Holiday Craft Event

Come decorate pine cones and sculpt wire ornaments at our Holiday Craft Event!  This event is open to all ages.  Light refreshments will be served.  The event is from 4:00-5:30 PM Thursday December 5th. 

 

The Amazing Read: Summer Reading Challenge 2013

amazing readWelcome to Summer Reading 2013!  We're continuing our reading challenge this year, encouraging everyone to read a little outside of your comfort zone from week to week.  We'll post a topic each week to go along with our theme this year, Have Book, Will Travel, and ask you to respond by sharing your reading choices through your Summer Reading Program log, comments on the blog post, through Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest, or in conversation with family and friends.

This week's challenge is simple:  Have Book - Will Travel this Summer.  So, let's read something that has a summer theme.  It could be a beach read, a scary campfire story, a picture book about learning to swim, or a grilling cookbook.  This challenge is for all ages and all reading tastes.  I'm going to read Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury.  I've listed a few other suggestions for different ages below.  What are you reading?

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