2014 Children's Summer Reading Program

Discovering Dinosaurs

Come and learn fascinating facts about these huge extinct animals this Thursday, July 31st at 3:00 pm in the Public Meeting Room. A Docent from the Houston Museum of Natural Science will bring incredible artifacts, bones, and fossils for you to explore the ancient world of these great reptiles.

Ms. Frizzle's Extraordinary Bees

Come meet our favorite teacher, Ms. Frizzle, from the book series “The Magic School Bus” this Thursday, July 24th at 3:00 pm in the Public Meeting Room. She will be taking us on a magic adventure to the wonderful world of bees. Come explore what it is like inside a beehive and the amazing job bees do. Hope to see you there!

Strike, Scrape & Shake Show!

ComPercussione with your ears and minds open as Mark Shelton rolls into our library with his many instruments—some of them very unique.  Be prepared for lots of sound, music, and entertainment, as you listen to the history of percussion.

When: Tuesday, July 22, 3:00 p.m.

50 free tickets will be given out 30 minutes before the program.

Children must be at least 5 years old and be able to sit through the program without a parent present.

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Trees For Houston @ Your Library

Do you want to help the planet? Then join us this Thursday, July 17th at 3:00 PM in the Public Meeting Room for a down to earth program. Trees for Houston will be showing us how important it is to plant and protect trees in our environment. We are going to have fun planting seeds and helping our planet.  

Jungle Jim's Wild Encounters is Here!

Have you ever seen a millipede? Well, now is your chance to see the largest millipede ever recorded. Jungle Jim will be here with his traveling exhibit of preserved specimens and his Guinness World Records winning millipede. So come join us this Thursday, July 10th at 3:00 pm in the Alvin D.

Marble Mazes

Do you love puzzles or mazes? Then come join us for a fun brain bending experiment! We will be creating our very own marble mazes and putting them to the test this Thursday, June 26th at 3 pm in the Public Meeting Room.  Let’s see how challenging you can make yours. 

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