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Re Opening Soon!

We are happy to announce that the Barbara Bush Library will be reopening on Monday, May 14th at 1pm. It's been a long road from August 2017 when Hurricane Harvey put us out of commission, but we are back and ready to serve the community again. 

There will be a grand opening planned for June 2018. Details on that will be coming soon! 

We can't wait to see you all again! 

Computer Classes are Back!

Computer Classes have resumed again here at High Meadows. We have a new instructor and she's already created a great lineup of classes in English and Spanish! 

Classes are free and do not require registration. That's right, you can just come on in and join a free class! 

You can view all of our computer classes at our Events calendar, but here's a list of upcoming classes remaining in March. 

 

 

Tuesday, March 20th at 10:00am: Computacion Basica

Thursday, March 22nd at 3:00pm: Typing Class

Friday, March 23rd at 2:00pm: Clase de Flipster

What is streaming TV?

Hulu. Sling. Netflix, A la carte TV. These names are popping up more and more when it comes to in-home TV viewing. Want to get the lowdown on the current trend sweeping American homes? Want to know how easy can be to ditch the cable and take control of what channels and content you get? Want to learn how to CUT THE CORD?

The Maud Smith Marks Branch Library will be offering a new class geared towards getting patrons up to date on the latest streaming TV services and technology. Our CUT THE CORD class will cover what services off and what you need to get started. Come join us and learn the basics of A la Carte TV and streaming.

STEM Time – Brick Films September 20th @ 5 PM [8+]

 

 

Just in time for the new Lego Ninjago Movie, STEM Time is going Hollywood.

Utilizing the iPads we have available, we are going to create some Lego Movie-esque Brick Films.

Join us (and L-Lloyd) in the Library Community Room on September 20th at 5 PM for a lesson in film, technology, and fun. 

8mm/Super 8 Film Converter Now Available

This guy is an 8mm/Super 8 film to digital converter, now set up in the Jocelyn H. Lee Digital Media Lab and waiting to serve you. After staff receive their training on it shortly, it will be available for you to use free-of-charge with a Lab reservation and completion of a Digital Media Lab orientation class. This and many other digital conversion and creation tools are here and ready for you in the DML. Call or visit us today to find out more!

How-Tos

Go Wireless

Information on connecting to the wireless networks in our branches.

NetLibrary Help

Using TELECIRC

Automated Telephone Circulation System 713-747-4763

Telecirc is an automated telephone library system that offers access to your library account. Telecirc is available 24 hours a day, except when system maintenance is in progress.

Call TELECIRC

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