Parker Williams

Hispanic Heritage Craft October 12th @ 4 PM [8+]

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, we are celebrating one of Mexico’s most famous artists, Frida Kahlo. Frida Kahlo painted many famous portraits throughout her career.

Frequently, her self-portraits featured a flowered headband. In the same spirit, we will be making Frida Kahlo inspired flower headbands.

Please join us on Thursday, October 12th at 4 PM in the Library Community Room to learn more about the artist, her influence, and her paintings. 

Movie and Markers – Boss Baby (PG) 97 Min October 5th @ 4 PM [10+]

“A suit-wearing, briefcase-carrying baby pairs up with his 7-year old brother to stop the dastardly plot of the CEO of Puppy Co.” – imdb.com


Join us on October 5th at 4 PM in the Library Community Room to color along to Boss Baby.

Coloring sheets and popcorn will be provided.

Community Celebration – The Moon Festival September 30th @ 11:30 AM [5+]

 

 

Join us for our community celebration of the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival.

On Saturday, September 30th we will be begin sharing the story of the Moon King at 11:30 AM in the Library Community Room.

The festivities will continue with a craft and some refreshments sponsored by the Friends of the Parker Williams Branch Library.

 

 

 

 

 

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Get ready for Gulf Coast Reads

Join us on Tuesday, October 24 at 2 p.m. for a discussion of News of the World by Paulette Jiles. It is the Gulf Coast Reads selection for 2017. Click on the book's title for a link to our catalog to read more about it, place a hold or download an ebook. Or, you can always drop by the library and we will help you get a copy. 

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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Basic Life Skills – Homecoming Etiquette September 27th @ 5 PM [12+]

 

Do you know the difference between a soupspoon and a tablespoon?

Do you know how to pin on a gentleman’s boutonniere?

When was the last time you waltzed, Matilda?

Learn the basics of etiquette to be your best and look your finest at Homecoming.

Join Mr. John in the Library Community Room on September 27th at 5 PM for a few pointers in refinement. 

 

 

 

 

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Anime Club – Psycho Pass (TV-14) September 22nd @ 5 PM [14+]

 

“In the future, thinking about a crime makes you guilty, and justice is dispensed from the barrel of a gun. Detectives work in teams made up of Enforcers and Inspectors. Enforcers take out the bad guys, and Inspectors make sure their partners don’t cross the line. The equalizer in the war on thugs is the Dominator, a weapon that can tell when citizens are about to turn criminal.”-Crunchyroll.com

With Banned Books Week starting the next day, the Parker Williams Anime Club is going to explore the world of Psycho Pass, a place where your mental state is determined by the color of you hue.

If you have criminal intent, justice is enforced swiftly. Join us at the Parker Williams Branch on September 22nd at 5 PM to find out “What’s your color?”

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. 

SCORE Presents: Growing Your Sales

Sales revenue brings life to a business, and growing sales is very critical to a startup. On Saturday, September 23 at 10:30 a.m., SCORE (formerly known as Service Corps of Retired Executives), will help entrepreneurs identify the various factors that will help boost and sustain sales:

Eating healthy on a budget

We can all use more knowledge about tasty foods that keep us healthy, are not too difficult to prepare and save money compared to fast food or eating out. The Memorial Hermann Community Benefit Program will help us learn about foods that meet these qualifications on Saturday, Sept. 16 at 10:30 a.m. To register, please call us at 281-484-2036 or visit our events calendar.

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