Teen Program

Teen Book Club: Halloween Edition

Join us on Wednesday, October 18th at 3pm for our Teen Book Club. 

Our October title is "Anna Dressed in Blood" by Kendare Blake. Copies are available to check out in our Teen Section. Stop on by to check out your copy today. 

Here's a quick summary of Anna Dressed in Bloodf from our catalog: 

"For three years, seventeen-year-old Cas Lowood has carried on his father's work of dispatching the murderous dead, traveling with his kitchen-witch mother and their spirit-sniffing cat, but everything changes when he meets Anna, a girl unlike any ghost he has faced before."

Hope to see you there! 

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

Join In!

News of the World[For adults & teens] You’re probably not aware of this, but, every October public libraries, school libraries, and college libraries all over southeast Texas participate in an event called “Gulf Coast Reads.” The idea is to get as many people as possible, from Columbus to Beaumont and Willis to Galveston, to read the same book at the same time so that they can talk about it with their families, friends, coworkers, fellow bus riders, fellow elevator passengers, and anyone else.

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.

Week of September 25-30

ScytheIn addition to our regular storytimes, computer classes, and game night, next week we will have:
Weird Science: Blacklight Magic. See what cool, glow-in-the-dark things you can make! Wear white or a very pale color, and you’ll glow, too! [ages 7-11] Monday, 4:00 pm
Tween Teen Movie: The story of a Texas girl who becomes the “Queen of Tejano” music. Tuesday, 4:30 pm

Celebrate Women’s Accomplishments!

She PersistedOn Friday, September 22, the Aldine Library is hosting a celebration of women’s achievements in honor of National Business Women’s Day.

Teen Book Club Kickoff

Teen book clubJoin us for the first meeting of our new Teen Book Club! Come discuss some "good reads" with fellow teens at the library. Bring one of your favorite books to share with everyone. We'll have pizza!

Date: Tuesday, September 26

Time: 4 PM - 5 PM

Ages: 12-18

No registration required.

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Online Book Clubs

Even though we aren't open, we still have events happening in the community. Join our online book clubs that you can attend from home! 

 

Teens Read!

https://goo.gl/161D31

This month’s selection is Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card.

 

 

 

 

 

Open Mic Night

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Come share your musical talents with us at our unplugged Open Mic Night! Whether you play an instrument or sing, perform covers or your own songs, we want to hear it. Sign-ups for performances will take place at the program. Adults and teens ages 15 and up are welcome.

Open Mic Night will take place in the first floor Meeting Room (L129) on Thursday, September 28th starting at 6:30 pm.

For more information, call the library at 832-559-4200. 

Banned Books Week – Teen Blackout Poetry September 25th @ 6 PM [13+]

 

 

 

Censorship has long been used by the powerful to limit the knowledge of others around them. It has been used in times of war to suppress any thoughts contrary to the war effort.

In the spirit of Banned Books Week, we are going to use censorship to create art. Join us in the library Teen Area for Blackout Poetry.

Create a poem by blacking out all of the words you don’t want to use in your poem. Censor with us on September 25th at 6 PM.

 

 

 

 

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