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The Amazing, Magical Balloon Show!

Magic and Balloons...sounds like a winning combination!  Join us Monday, July 24th at 3:00 pm in the Children's Area, as we present the "The Amazing, Magical Balloon Show".  Enjoy a wild and wacky mix of side splitting comedy, mind boggling magic,and the most amazing balloon twisting you have ever seen!This program is FREE and appropriate for all ages! 

Craft Time for Adults!

 If you like to be creative, do crafting and repurpose items (and even if you don't), join us on Thursday, July 20th from 3:00 - 4:30 pm in Room L129 on the 1st floor of the library for Craft Time for AdultsUpcycle a dvd case into a craft case to hold paper, markers and whatever others items you choose.  All supplies are provided at this FREE program for adults ages 18 and up!   Come alone or bring a friend...see you then!

Orbit is Coming to the Library!

Don't miss the fun on Monday, July 17th at 1:00 pm* when the Houston Astro's Mascot Orbit visits the Childlren's Area!  Enjoy audience participation, interactive games and high-energy storytelling at this FREE program that is appropriate for sports fans of all ages!  Don't forget to wear your Astros gear (t-shirts and hats) for pictures and autographs!   *due to an Astros home game Monday night, the time of this program is 1:00 pm.

 

Captain Book is Coming!

 Aye Matey's!  Come to ye Children's Department on Monday, July 10th at 3:00 pm and unlock story treasures with Captain Book and her 1st Mate Kitty!  Enjoy a unique story telling experience with puppetry, songs and audience participation! This FREE program is appropriate for children and adults of all ages!  If you are registered for the Summer Reading Program, you will be able to add the stories from this program to your child's reading log and earn 10 points for each one!  If you haven't signed up yet, there's still time to register and earn points and prizes until August 5th.  See you on Monday! 

Library Closed on Independence Day

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It hardly seems possible that we are halfway through the Summer Reading Program, but July is just around the corner and, with it, Independence Day. In observance of the holiday, the library will remain open regular hours this Friday and Saturday, but will close early at 5:00 pm this coming Monday, July 3 and remain closed through Tuesday, July 4. The library will reopen for business Wednesday, July 5 at 8:00 am.

However you might be celebrating this summer, we wish you a safe and happy Fourth of July!

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

Puppet Pizzazz with Greg Ruhe

puppet theaterSummer is barreling ahead at full steam. Have you registered for the Summer Reading Program? If you haven’t registered yet, what are you waiting for? We have reading programs for all ages – from babies to adults! Register here, start logging your books and activities, and earn prizes!

This Monday, you won’t want to miss the next in our big summer programs: Puppet Pizzazz with puppeteer Greg Ruhe! He will showcase different styles of puppetry from around the world in this fun-filled program. This program is for big kids and small, so grab the whole family and enjoy an afternoon at the library!

Puppet Pizzazz is this coming Monday, June 26 at 3:00pm. Please meet in the Children’s Area, so that we can all walk next door to the Beckendorf Conference Center together.

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

CROCODILE ENCOUNTER!

 It's already the 3rd week of this year's Summer Reading Program, Build A Better World!  Are you having as much fun as we are?  This Monday, June 19th at 3:00 pm, we guarantee tons of fun when Crocodile Encounter comes to the Children's Area!  Meet and learn about real crocodiles and other small reptiles. And, if you aren't the squeamish type, you can even touch them and possibly get a chance to hold them.  We will have plenty of hand sanitizer for those that do!  This program is FREE and appropriate for all ages.  Call the library at 832-559-4235 for more information.

Genetic DNA Testing: An Intro to What It Can and Cannot Do

DNAIn the last few years, genetic DNA testing has become increasingly popular for both serious genealogists and those who are simply curious about their heritage. But there are still many questions surrounding the tests. This seminar, featuring Daniel Sample from the Genealogy Department at George Memorial Library of Fort Bend County Library, provides a basic introduction to what genetic DNA testing offers.

During this seminar, we will discuss the various companies and tests available for genetic DNA testing to help you decide which may be right for you. We will also go over what to do after you receive your results, so feel free to attend with results in hand.

This seminar will be this coming Saturday, June 17 from 10:30-11:30 am in the first floor Meeting Room (L129).

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

Henna for Teens and Tweens!

  Teens and tweens (ages 10 – 18), are invited to come to Room L129 on the 1st floor of the Library on Tuesday, June 13th from 3:00 – 4:30 pm for the Henna program.  Known as mehndi in Hindi, henna is an all-natural product made from henna tree leaves which are ground to a powder.  When mixed with water (or other liquids) it becomes a thick paste which can then be applied to hands, feet, arms, or legs. Henna is not permanent, it stains the skin and will fade and wash away in 1–2 weeks.  This program requires parental permission to attend and the forms are available at the library. For more information, please call 832-559-4230. 

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