Events

Household Items Make Fun Crafts

Liquid RainbowBrowsing the shelves in the Children's Area of the library, we came across this really cool book, How to Make a Liquid Rainbow, by Lori Shores. During STEAM CAMP this past Monday we made different rainbows out of Skittles, Lollipops, and also made the Liquid Rainbow. All of the materials needed are everyday household items that you could find in your kitchen.

Art Show & Workshops - All Month Long

April 1-30, local artists will exhibit their work throughout the library.  Come view their paintings and sculptures.  Artwork displayed is available for sale.   This project is sponsored by the Friends of Maud Marks Library. As an added incentive local artists will be teaching their crafts with these educational seminars:
Painting for School Age Children with Meghna Patil 3PM Saturday, April 8
Painting on Porcelain with Marina Goria  2Pm, Tuesday, April 11
Artist’s Talk with Oil Painter Gilbert Mello  6:30 PM, Monday, April 17
Painting for Teens & Tweens with Meghna Patil  3:30 PM, Thursday, April 20.

TGIF Programs Friday Film Series - This Friday!

Adults - The TGIF Programs Friday Film Series continues Friday @ 10:15 AM. We look forward to showing An American in Paris, the 1951 musical starring Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron, and Oscar Levant.

All TGIF Programs events are free and no registration is required. Refreshments for all TGIF Programs events are provided by the Friends of Freeman Library. Please contact the Clear Lake City - County Freeman Branch Library at 16616 Diana Lane, Houston, TX 77062 or at 281-488-1906 for further information.

Upcoming Computer Classes

We've been adding computer classes again to our calendar of events. Here's what we've got coming up!

Jocelyn H. Lee to Receive TLA's Benefactor's Award

The generosity of late library patron Jocelyn H. Lee will be honored at this year's Texas Library Association Annual Conference, where he will be posthumously awarded the Benefactor's Award. Mr. Lee's bequest to the Freeman Library has made possible the Innovation Lab, the Digital Media Lab, additions to our collection, updated furnishings, and special programs. We remain grateful to Mr. Lee for the gift he extended to the library community and are pleased to know he will be honored in this special way.

For more information on this award, or to see a list of past recipients, visit this link.

Funny Bunny Scavenger Hunt April 8th @ 1:30 AM [8+]

On Saturday April 8th, the Parker Williams Teen Leadership is hosting a Funny Bunny Scavenger Hunt. Get clues and hunt down answers all over the library to find the various bunnies hidden throughout the stacks.

 

The hunt will begin at 1:30 in the Parker Williams Branch children’s area. 

 

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Project Peep Ending Soon at North Channel

Project PeepProject Peep is sadly coming to a close here at North Channel Library. Stop by anytime during open hours to see them in the brooder near the front desk.
We will have our final goodbyes on Saturday, March 25th at 10:30 AM at our Project Peep Reunion Party in the Public Meeting Room. The farmer will be here from Blue Star Ranch, and the Foster Families will also share their fun memories and scientific journals. There will also be light refreshments and cake at the party.

TGIF Programs Hosts CHRISTUS Mobile Clinic Visit - Friday!

Adults - TGIF Programs next Friday @ 10 AM - The CHRISTUS Healthy Living Mobile Clinics will be visiting Freeman Library. They will provide free health screenings & light refreshments This event is for adults ages 18 and up. This event is hosted by the Senior Care Advocacy, LLC. This event is supported by CHRISTUS Healthy Living Mobile Clinics, Sam's Club, TGIF Programs, and the Friends of Freeman Library.

Adults - Thursday at 6:30 - Houston Grand Opera: Music, Literature and the Human Experience!

Adults - Thursday at 6:30 - Houston Grand Opera: Music, Literature and the Human Experience!

There are certain stories that weave their way into centuries of art and literature because they are central to our understanding of who we are. Faust and his infamous deal with the devil is one of these stories. From contemporary treatments on TV and in film to Gounod's opera, come explore the dichotomies of human experience through the story and circumstances of Gounod's Faust. This event encourages group participation in discussion.

The Friends of Freeman Library support this event. 

Our Eggs Have Hatched!

Guess who was waiting for us when we got here this morning!

Click the link to watch a live video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMvXlMr8uV4

Come visit soon!

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