Teens

Star Wars Reads Day!

star wars readsCelebrate Star Wars Reads Day with an afternoon of games, crafts and fun! Meet other Star Wars fans and enjoy trivia and snacks. Come dressed as your favorite character and learn cool Jedi moves from Master Whit. Enter your name in our prize drawing for cool Star Wars stuff!

The event will take place on Saturday, October 28th from 1:00-4:00 pm. It will be held in the first floor Meeting Room (L129). This is a family event - all ages are welcome!

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

Events for Kids & Teens, October 30-November 4

MeanwhileTweens Read, for ages 10-14, Wednesday, Nov. 1, from 4:30-5:30. We’ll talk about books, play games, and have a snack. This month’s choose-your-own-plot style graphic novel, “Meanwhile” by Jason Shiga, is available at the checkout desk. Even if you haven’t read it, come anyway!
Our brand new Doctor Who Club will meet for the first time on Saturday, November 4, from 1:00-2:00 pm. Talk about everything Doctor Who-related, from the beginning to the present, from books to tv. For teens and adults.

Don’t forget to join us at Jacinto City Branch Library for our Halloween Costume Contest!

Dia de los Muertos face paintThursday, October 26th @ 6PM


Do you think you are the scariest witch in town? 

Do you have the coolest Dia de los Muertos facepaint? 

Come prove it!  Join us for a Halloween Costume Contest at Jacinto City Branch Library!

Teens: Gear Up for Cosplay Chess

Teens, put on your best cosplay or costume and become a living chess piece. You don't need to know anything about chess, just dress up and let the game masters determine your fate! Registration begins at 5:30pm and the game is at 6pm.

Family Storytime - Updated Schedule

We've updated our storytime schedule! Hope to see you at one of these locations next week! 

Anime Club – My Hero Academia Re-Do (TV-14) October 27th @ 5 PM [14+]

“In a world populated with superhumans, the superhero-loving Izuku Midoriya is without power. However, after the Quirkless dreamer Izuku inherits the powers of the world's best superhero, All Might, his hopes of becoming the top hero are now possible. Once enrolled in the high school for heroes, A.U., Izuku soon discovers being a hero is much more complicated than it appears.”-imdb

Due to Hurricane Harvey arriving on August 26th, we never got to view My Hero Academia.

Since it is such an awesome series, we are dedicating the time to view it.

Events for Adults

Medicine wagonWe have some great events for adults coming up next week.
Texas Pioneer Life: Wednesday, 10/25, 5:00-6:00 pm. An expert on life in Texas in the 1800s will bring lots of artifacts that you can actually touch! For all ages.
Free Medicare workshop, Saturday, 10/28, 10 am – noon. It’s Open Enrollment time, so this is especially important now. Even if you’re not on Medicare yet, though, if you’re over a certain age, you should start gathering information about it.
Bandana Pumpkin Craft, Saturday, 10/28, 2:00 pm. Get in an autumn mood by making one of these cute little pumpkins. (for adults!)

Halloween Party

On the spookiest day of the year, we at High Meadows are throwing a fun Halloween Party! Join us in our Meeting Room from 3-5pm for some bone chilling games, creepy crafts, and ghoulish treats! 

Come dressed up and ready to party with us on Halloween! 

Don't forget to stop by before then and make your guess for our Candy Corn contest. If you guess right, you can win the jar of candy corn! A winner will be chosen on October 25th. 

If you have any questions about this program, please give us a call 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.

Tricks, Treats, and Tales

Everyone is welcome on Friday, October 27 at 4:30 pm to out Tricks, Treats, and Tales program. Come trick out some fantastic fall and Halloween crafts and attend one of our two Storytelling sessions. The attendance at the Storytelling sessions will be limited and tickets will be provided an hour before the program. Costumes are welcome! For more information call 713-466-4438.

Gulf Coast Reads Program: Newspapers in Early Texas

Cover art for News of the World: A Novel by Paulette JilesJoin us on Saturday, October 21 at 10:30 am, when Lisa Struthers, Director of the Albert and Ethel Herzstein Library at the San Jacinto Museum of History, will give a program that will focus on the news theme of the 2017 Gulf Coast Reads selection News of the World by Paulette Jiles. Lisa will highlight the Texas newspapers in the collection of her library, talk about the history of newspaper publishing in Texas, and briefly discuss the Texas Newspaper Project coming out of the Depression. She will conclude with information about the Herzstein Library’s participation in the current Texas Digital Newspaper Program, which has the impressive and valuable goal of digitizing historical newspapers from all over the state to make them accessible to everyone via The Portal to Texas History. Free and open to all! No registration required.

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