Children's

Pokemon Club

Play Pokemon themed games with new friends here at North Channel Library on Saturday, September 30 from 3-4pm. Create your own Pikachu puppet craft project today! Bring your cards and/or handheld devices for fun and enjoy crafts and refreshments too...Pokemon Club is recommended for children ages 6-12 years. No registration is required an we'll meet in the Public Meeting Room. 

Pokemon is licensed by Pokemon and Nintendo.

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Join Us for Our Sunset Storytime

 

If you haven't heard yet Maud Marks Library has added a Sunset Storytime on different Tuesdays throughout the month. Bring the entire family out for stories, songs and rhymes. The best part? Kids can (and are encouraged to) wear their pajamas to this night-time story event. Our next Sunset Storytime is on Tuesday, October 3, 2017 from 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM with the one after that being on October 17th. 

What’s Happening? October 2 - 6 Edition

Come and share in the fun and educational activities for all ages!
For kids: Calendar piece
Kids Book Club, Monday, 10/2, 4:00 pm, for ages 7-11
Budding Readers story time, Tuesday, 10/3, 10:30 am, for age 3 and under
Bilingual story time, Thursday, 10/5, 10:30 am, for ages 3-5

For tweens and teens:
Animé Club, Tuesday, 10/3, 3:30 pm, for ages 13-19
Tweens Read Book Club, Wednesday, 10/4, 4:30 pm, for ages 11-14
Game Night, Wednesday, 10/4, 5:30 pm, for all ages

Hispanic Heritage Month 3-D Printing Demonstration

All Kids in grades 2-7 are invited to our Hispanic Heritage Month celebration on Oct. 4 at 4:30 pm.  We’ll be having a 3-D printer demonstration and the kids will be able to decorate a 3-D

printed sugar skull keychain. Registration is required. Call 713-466-4438 for more information.

 

Robots are coming to High Meadows!

Join us every Wednesday at 4pm in October for some Robotics Fun! We will be creating a new robotics project every week.

Our first robot Kevin (pictured below) can draw all on his own! 

Registration isn't required. Join us in our meeting room for tons of Robotics fun! 

For more information, please call us at 832.927.5540. 

Programs and services are Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliant. Special accommodations can be requested in advance by contacting the library.

Change in Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration on Thursday, September 28

   Unfortunately, the 7 pm performance by Nueva Luna Ballet Folkorico has been cancelled.  However, we will have crafts, activity sheets, books, and music at 6:30 pm.   Tickets will be distributed at 6:00 pm

Thank you to the Friends of Freeman Library for their generous support of library programs..         

Country Club: Brazil

Join our library “Country club” and we will “travel” to a different country each month to sample food, culture, games and more!
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, we will stamp our passports in Brazil!


Date: Wednesday, September 27

Time: 4:00-5:00 p.m.

This program is for grades 1-5 and kindergartners with an adult.

Space is limited. Please arrive early to ensure participation.
Registration for after-school programs opens 30 minutes prior to the program.

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Banned Books Week Display

  Celebratre your freedom to read by finding out about some of the children's books that have been challenged or banned at libraries around the United States and other countries..  Banned Books Week began in the 1980's as an annual celebration of the freedom to read..  To find out why a book was challenged or banned,  just lift the little red flap.  If you would like to read the book, we can locate a copy to check out or place a request for you for that book.

Cenicienta

Join us Wednesday, September 27 at 6pm for a special show! In this one-woman adaptation of the Cinderella fairy tale, a young girl named Belinda is bullied by her stepsisters for speaking English and Spanish. Instead of being invited to the party they are throwing, Belinda has to stay in the basement to fetch the party dresses and iron the napkins.  When she begins to tell herself a traditional Cinderella tale using everyday objects as the characters, Belinda’s active imagination and love of poetry help her write a different ending to her own story.This award-winning play, easily understood by speakers of English and Spanish, uses inventive found-object puppetry to inspire audiences to create art on their own. Presented by Brave Little Company.

Community Celebration – The Moon Festival September 30th @ 11:30 AM [5+]

 

 

Join us for our community celebration of the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival.

On Saturday, September 30th we will be begin sharing the story of the Moon King at 11:30 AM in the Library Community Room.

The festivities will continue with a craft and some refreshments sponsored by the Friends of the Parker Williams Branch Library.

 

 

 

 

 

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