Computer Class

Home School Help!

The Evelyn Meador Library loves our homeschoolers! We are always happy to have home school groups and families come to the library and check out our books. As such, we are happy to announce a new tool for our home school groups! The library has created a request form for our homeschoolers, allowing them to request visits to the library! WIth this form, you will be able to request storytimes, library tours, classes, and free play time whenever works for your schedule! We hope that you will use it to take advantage of all the great materials that we offer and give you the opportunity to make even better use of your library!

Technology Topics at Northwest Branch Library

Do you have children who are interested in coding? Are you wanting to brush up your skills on a Microsoft Office product like excel, power point, or word? Are you new to computers and need a basic overview of how a PC functions? Northwest Branch Library has ongoing technology classes that occur throughout the month. Courses are led by an instructor who will help you every step of the way along your journey of technology mastery. Courses are free.

If you would like to view this months schedule of events, please click here. If you have questions regarding technology topics a the Northwest Branch Library, please call us at 832-927-5460 or email at NW@HCPL.NET 

Adults - It happens Thursday, 7/18 at 7:00 PM - WikiTree Genealogy Class!

Adults - It happens Thursday, 7/18 at 7:00 PM - WikiTree Genealogy Class!

Come learn WikiTree, a free, collaborative, source/documentation based online single family tree. Whether you are already a seasoned researcher or just interested in starting your family tree research, WikiTree has something for everyone and this class will help you get started and learn how to build and add to your family history using WikiTree.

The Friends of Freeman Library support all the WikiTree Workshops.

Technology Topics at Northwest Branch Library

Do you have children who are interested in coding? Are you wanting to brush up your skills on a Microsoft Office product like excel, power point, or word? Are you new to computers and need a basic overview of how a PC functions? Northwest Branch Library has ongoing technology classes that occur throughout the month. Courses are led by an instructor who will help you every step of the way along your journey of technology mastery. Courses are free.

If you would like to view this months schedule of events, please click here. If you have questions regarding technology topics a the Northwest Branch Library, please call us at 832-927-5460 or email at NW@HCPL.NET 

Adult Programs in July

A Universe of Stories slogan for Summer Reading Program 2019Adult Summer Reading Program Continues, Crafts, Computer Classes, Movie Time for Adults, Book Discussion, Apollo 11 at 50: The Legacy of One Small Step.

Evelyn Meador Library's Birthday!

On June 27th, starting at 3:30, come in to the library to celebrate our birthday! We'll have events all around the library, so come in and:

  • Meet Happy the Clown and eat birthday cake!
  • Make personalized buttons in the Teen Isle.
  • Play with electronics and learn about our maker materials in our Maker Space.
  • Learn about our technology classes in the Computer Lab.
  • Make crafts and play games in the Children's area.
  • Find out about our new seed exchange and much more!

This will be a great event, so make sure you come out and have fun with us!

Technology Topics at Northwest Branch Library

Do you have children who are interested in coding? Are you wanting to brush up your skills on a Microsoft Office product like excel, power point, or word? Are you new to computers and need a basic overview of how a PC functions? Northwest Branch Library has ongoing technology classes that occur throughout the month. Courses are led by an instructor who will help you every step of the way along your journey of technology mastery. Courses are free.

If you would like to view this months schedule of events, please click here. If you have questions regarding technology topics a the Northwest Branch Library, please call us at 832-927-5460 or email at NW@HCPL.NET 

Adult Programs in June

CineSpace logo from http://www.cinespace.org/Adult Summer Reading Program, Crafts, Computer Classes, Book Discussion, CineScape Film Screening, & B.Y.O.C.

All library programs are FREE thanks to the generous donations of the Friends of the La Porte Library!

Please call 281-471-4022 to register for all programs marked Registration required.

Adult Summer Reading Program Begins!: Monday, June 3. The theme this year is Space: A Universe of Stories! Sign up to win prizes!

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