Movies

Movies and Markers - Tuesdays at 2 PM in July

Join us in the Library Community Room on Tuesdays at 2 PM at the Parker Williams Branch for a fun film, free air conditioning, and coloring while the movie plays.

July 4th - Library is Closed for 4th of July

July 11th - Charlotte’s Web (G) 96 Min [3+]

July 18th – A Bug’s Life (G) 96 Min [3+]

July 25th – The Iron Giant (PG) 84 Min [10+] 

Teen #MovieMonday - June 19 @ 1:30 PM

Come by the meeting room on Monday, June 19, at 1:30 PM, to enjoy the movie October Sky. Discover the story about Homer Hickam, a coal miner’s son who had a dream to build a rocket during the beginning of the space race in the 1950’s. Based on a true story. Enjoy snacks too!

© 1999, Universal Pictures, PG

For teens and tweens entering grades 6-12. For more info, contact Ms. Lauren, YA Librarian, at 281-360-6804 or kwteens@hcpl.net. Get program updates sent straight to your phone by texting @kwteens to 81010. Service is free and confidential; standard text message rates apply.

Community Craft – Cars (PG, 116 min) Drive-In June 16th @ 3 PM [10+]

 

 

In conjunction with the release of Cars 3, we will be hosting a Drive-In showing of the original Cars (PG, 116 min) at 3PM in the Library Community Room.

There will be cardboard, markers, and other materials available to make your own car.

Join us for the movie, car construction, and refreshments at the Parker Williams Branch. Refreshments will be provided by the Parker Williams Branch Friends of the Library. 

For books about Cars 3 (Click Here):

Sign up for Summer Reading Today!

Summer Reading has officially begun! Don't forget to sign up today and start logging all the books you've read and/or activities you've completed. You can earn points towards some amazing prizes! If you have questions, or need help registering, give us a call at 281-376-4610. Happy Reading!

June in Adult Services & Technology Training Courses

 

Adults - Check out what all Adult & Technology Services has planned next month at your library! Click on the following link to download your own copy:

https://tinyurl.com/y83mzl7g

The Friends of Freeman Library make these free events & services possible.

TGIF Programs Summer Film Festival Kicks Off Friday!

TGIF Programs invites adults of all ages to join us for our Summer Film Festival. We will be showing films on various dates during Summer 2017. This free event requires no registration.

We look forward to showing on Friday, June 2 at 10:15 AM High Society, the 1956 musical comedy, starring Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly, and Frank Sinatra.

SUMMER READING PROGRAM 2017

SRP 2017Our 2017 Summer Reading Program will begin next week, Monday, June 5th. This year our theme is Build a Better World, and North Channel will offer programming and fun for all ages. Stop by the front desk and pick up a calendar of events for the whole summer, or check the Online Calendar for all North Channel Events.
Yellow Calendar is for Children's Programming, recommended for 0 - 11 years old.
Orange Calendar is for Teen Programming, recommended for 12 - 18 years old.

June Movie and Markers Summer Flicks for Kids

On Tuesdays throughout the summer, the Parker Williams Branch will be playing a Variety of different movies in the Library Community Room. Join us for a fun film, free air conditioning, and coloring while the movie plays.

June 6th - The Lego Movie (PG, 100 min)

June 13th - Finding Nemo (G, 101 min)

June 20th - March of the Penguins (G, 85 min)

June 27th - Wall-E (G, 98 min)

TGIF Programs Summer Film Festival Returns!

Adults - TGIF Programs invites you to the 2017 Summer Film Festival. Please save these dates and we hope to see you there!  Summer Film Festival Event #1 happens next Friday! 

Click here to download flyer. 

TGIF Programs Friday Film Series Celebrates Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month This Friday!

Adults - The TGIF Programs Friday Film Series continues Friday at 10:15 AM. In recognition of Asian - Pacific American Heritage Month, we look forward to showing Flower Drum Song, the 1961 musical comedy starring Nancy Kwan, James Shigeta, and Benson Fong.

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