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Lost Lake by Sarah Addison AllenSomething magical happens at Lost Lake, a small lakeside resort set back in the Georgia woods.  Years and years ago when Eby Pim saw the postcard, she knew it was her future.  When Kate Pheris saw the postcard, she saw a chance to reconnect with her young daughter.  Even as Eby finally decides to say goodbye to Lost Lake, it seems to pull together a small band of misfits who fit with each other. Lost love, family squabbles and other lost dreams await in the sultry Georgia woods.  Can they find what they have been missing before it is all gone?  The North Channel Book Club will meet on Wednesday, Jan.

Faithful Paws at the Library this Saturday

faithful pawsIt's time for another visit from our favorite furry friends-Faithful Paws!  Faithful Paws is an organization that brings dogs who love to hear kids read to them!  Help build reading confidence and cuddle a new pal at the same time!  Join Faithful Paws this Saturday,  January 21st from 2 pm to 3 pm.

MeeTeen Board Game Day @ NC

Game TokensTeens and tweens, get in out of the weather at North Channel!  We will be playing a giant board game this afternoon.  Grab a token, join a team and see who plays the best game.  We will be in the meeting room at 4:30 pm, Wednesday, January 18th.  See you there!

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Polliwog Club @ North Channel Library

  Do you like animals? Deussen Park's Traveling Naturalist will be here at North Channel Branch for a first Spring visit with  "Smart Animals",  where you will learn about animal behavior and have the opportunity to touch live animals too! The fun starts Tuesday, January 17 at 1:30 pm in the Public Meeting Room. This series will continue monthly through April. No tickets required. For more information or groups please call the library at 281-457-1631.

 

Ask A Lawyer This Saturday

 

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Our popular "Ask A Lawyer" program will be held this Saturday, January 14th from 11 am - 12:30 pm..  This free legal clinic is presented by Angela D. Johnson, Attorney at Law.  Ms. Johnson will be answering legal questions and addressing issues that are important to the community.  Please join us for a chance for some free legal guidance.

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January Kid's Craft

What's black and white and cold all over? A recycled snowman of course! Join us this Wednesday, January 11 at 4:30pm for our January Kid's Craft when you can create one of your own with paper. This program is recommended for ages 4 and up and we'll be meeting in the Public Meeting Room. For more information please call the North Channel Branch Library at (281) 457-1631.

Book Sale This Weekend @NC

stacks of booksCome shop at the Friends of the North Channel Library Book Sale! The book sale will be this weekend starting Friday, Jan. 6th from 1 pm to 6 pm and all day Saturday, Jan. 7th. All proceeds from the sale go directly to the North Channel Library to fund various library needs, such as children's programs, books and other items.

See you this weekend! 

Monday Movie Madness

Find out the truth behind the giant, green dragon named Elliot with the screening of Pete's Dragon this Monday, January 9 at 4:30pm...Don't forget to bring your pillows, blankets, snacks, and/or light-colored drinks and join us at North Channel Branch in the Public Meeting Room. This feature is rated PG and is 1 hr. 43 min. in length.

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Tween Time: Snowy Games!

Do you wanna build a snowman? Have fun with our Snowy Games Wednesday, December 27 at 4:30pm, when we'll "Dress the Snowman"  and play "Snowman Slam"! Dress your teammates in winter gear and knock down snowmen with a "snowball" for a silly winter break... Recommended for ages 10- 12 years old.

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TAG @ NC

Teen varietyTeens and tweens, you are invited to join North Channel Library's Teen Advisory Group.  Be the Young Adult voice at your library.  You can help plan, prepare, and present teen programs.  You’ll meet new people, attend fun programs, develop leadership skills, work as a team, and earn volunteer hours.  Our first meeting of the year will be Wednesday, January 4th at 4:30 pm. We will get together in the meeting room to discuss the upcoming year and begin planning for the Summer Reading Program.  Share ideas for programs that you want to see here at the library.

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