Maud Smith Marks

Microsoft Excel: The Basics

Are you looking for a great way to organize all your data at work or home? The Maud Marks Library will be offering a computer class on the basics of Microsoft Excel 2013 on June 13 at 7 PM in the computer lab. This class will feature how to use the basic features and terms of Microsoft Excel. You will learn the parts of the Excel screen and how to enter data using formulas by practicing with spreadsheets. So come on by the Maud Marks Library, June 13 at 7 PM to become a Microsoft Excel pro!

The HCPL Summer Reading Program is back at Maud Marks Library!

We’ve got a new sign up system and great new prizes too! All ages are invited to participate by earning points reading or performing other activities. Get prizes for every 100 points up to 500 points.There's magnets and stickers to earn, free Chipotle to be had, raffle tickets to win prize baskets for teens and adults and many other great prizes. Sign up is in the library or online where you can also find more information about the program and other prizes. 

Improve Your World Through Organization

                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

 Have you ever wanted help in trying to organize your home? The Katy Home Organizers will be here at the Maud Marks Library on Tuesday, June 6, 2017, at 7pm. Come and learn how to improve your world through organization. And while you are here you can sign up for our Summer Reading Program. See you then. 

America's First Daughter - Historical Fiction with a New Perspective

Join us 7pm Monday, June 5th when our Evening Book Club will discuss America's First Daughter by bestselling authors Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie. This historical novel draws from thousands of letters and original sources to tell the fascinating story of Thomas Jefferson’s eldest daughter, Martha “Patsy” Jefferson Randolph—a woman who kept the secrets of our most enigmatic founding father and shaped an American legacy. Join the discussion as we observe one of America's most complex heroes through his daughter's eyes.

We Are Always Open!

Yes, the brick and mortar building which houses the Maud Marks Library will be closed on Sunday and Monday, May 28-29 for the Memorial Day holiday.  However, the library still has plenty of online services available 24-7.  Check out an eBook or eAudio using our OverDrive or OneClick databases.  Read a magazine using Flipster.  Watch a movie or TV show on our Hoopla database.  Play a game using our Tumblebook database.  Do some research using our databases.

Get Started with Apps

In this Tuesday evening computer class on May 23 you'll have two hours to learn about some of the most popular online apps for your iPad and Android tablets. We'll go over different apps than can be used to organize and simplify your life as well as  learn about a few apps that are just for fun. The program is from 7 PM - 9 PM with limited seating so please register here.

Friends of the Maud Marks Library Book Sale

                                                                 

Lots of people have completed their spring cleaning and school will be out soon. Teachers are clearing out their classrooms and donating books to the library.  If you're interested in purchasing some of their treasures for that future summer vacation or for just sitting out by the pool, the Friends of the Maud Marks Library is having their book sale this Saturday, May 27, 2017, from 10 am - 4 pm. There will be lots of books, hardback and paperback, DVDs and audiobooks, magazines, and more. Invite your friends and happy shopping!

Color Me Relaxed

How does this sound:  A hour of relaxing music, friends to chat with or just sit with in silence, a colored pencil in your hand as you create a beautiful picture...

Does that sound relaxing to you?  If so, join us tomorrow, Tuesday May 23 at 2 PM for our adult coloring hour, Color Me Relaxed!  We will play classical music, have a snack, chat (or not) and just spend the hour coloring pictures.  We will have coloring pages and colored pencils available or you can bring your own.  

We are looking forward to spending time relaxing with you!

Summer Teen Volunteers

Applications for summer teen volunteers are available at the information desk thru May 20th.  Students going into 7th grade and above can earn service hours  and gain experience working at a library. Students can choose between two different sessions, June 5-July 8 or July 10-August 12. They must attend an orientation either June 2 for the first session or July 7 for the second session.  Call the library if you have any questions, 281-492-8592.

TeenMakers: Learn Origami!

May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and we're celebrating! During our TeenMakers program, from 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM, we will be learning the art of origami. Due to limited supplies this is a ticketed program with tickets available beginning at 3:15 PM. 

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