Summer Reading Program

Maker Imagineering Gallery

The Barbara Bush Library is creating a MakerLab and we would love your input! You are cordially invited to innovate, make, and collaborate! Come tinker with a myriad of materials, machines as well as robots.

If you bring a tshirt, you can use our cricut to make a customizable shirt! 

We look forward to you joining us to create innovative sparks leading to the ignition of a further inquiry and discovery to build a better world starting with our community.

Join us on May 18th anytime from 11 am to 1 pm. All ages welcome!

If you have any questions, please call us at 832-927-7800.

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

Summer Reading is Coming!

sunglass and booksThe 2019 Summer Reading Program is almost here!

Get ready to participate from Monday, June 3, through Saturday, August 3, 2019.

Programs available for adults, teens, children, and babies!

Summer Reading 2019 at Atascocita!

Hello Atascocita!  We have so many things going on this summer, and you don't want to miss out.  There are programs for all ages.  Some programs have registration and some do not, but all the most current information can be found through Events Calendar, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Celebrate National Library Week with Us!

April 7-14 is National Library Week and we want you to celebrate with us! Here's what we have planned all next week and how you can join us in sharing your love for the library. 

We will have our #ilovemylibrary frame out at the customer service desk for you to come by and snap a photo showing your love for your library. Post it to social media and tag us! 

Help the Library better serve you!

January isn't just a time for people to try to figure out what they can do better. Libraries like to do it too! Help us to better serve you this year by letting us know what your favorite programs of the year were. On our list below are some of our best attended programs of 2018. Let us know what you loved, and if there are other programs we did that you liked, let us know by writing them in! We'll try to take that information to do more of what our community loved as we plan our programs this year. 

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Summer Reading Summary

Now that our Summer Reading Program is officially over, and everyone is coming in to get their prizes (by the way, if you haven’t gotten your prize, come to the Reference Desk before August 18th to get it), we at the Evelyn Meador Library thought it might interest our patrons to find out how our Summer Reading Program went. As such, we decided that we would share some of our statistics for summer reading and show how great our summer went.

Drone Camp - Ages 12-15 [12-15] - Monday, August 13th through August 17th from 1:30--3 PM

 

 

To get teens ready for the school year to start, the Parker Williams Branch Library is encouraging the love of science and flight through our Drone Camp.

From August 13th through August 17th in the Library Community Room, teens will learn the basic principles of flight, learn how to fly our drones through different obstacles, and even compete on a course of our design.

Space is limited, so please register at the Reference Desk. 

Lion Dance and Craft [5+] - Saturday, August 11th at 11:30 PM

 

 

 

 

Join us on Saturday, August 11th at 11:30 in the Library Community Room as Miss Loc’s Vietnamese Language Learning Class presents a Lion Dance to our community.

There will be dancing, drums, and a craft as kids can try out all the different aspects of the Lion Dance. 

Summer Program – Recycled Rhythm [5+] - Wednesday, August 8th at 5:00 PM

 

Buckets, boxes, garbage cans, and more come to life in this stage production, blending dance, music and theatrical elements while educating students on the importance of recycling.

Recycled Rhythm allows students to be creative while discovering the beauty within themselves and the rhythm all around us.

We show the students that you have to use your imagination to create a vision or idea.

Please join us at the Parker Williams Branch Library at 5 PM on Wednesday, August 8th in the Library Community Room. 

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