Adult Programs

You Work Hard for It. Learn How To Make It Work For You: Houston Money Week @ HCPL

When someone says “money is power,” people tend to think of the kind of power only the very wealthy can wield, but that old saw applies to people like you and me just as well. No matter how little we have, the better we handle our finances the greater our ability to do the things we want and need to do—whether that is putting a little aside much deserved vacation or putting our kids through college.

During the week of April 11 – 18, Harris County Public Library along with organizations across the area will participate in Houston Money Week, a financial education initiative sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Houston Branch.

Meet the Mystery Book Winner

Ida Maris won the drawing for the Sherlock Holmes Tote. Congratulations Ida! Here are some of the favorite mystery books from the display, receiving high ratings:

The Magical Mystery Tour Is Coming To Take You Away!

The Stratford Library has a book for you! What is it? Well, that's the mystery.

Glass Etching Program: Easy Chic!

Stratford Library is hosting a glass etching adult program this Wed, July 16th at 11 am. We'll take you through the steps to create stencil designs and etch them onto glass vases. Learn a skill you can use to personalize pieces and create low cost design accents. 

Upcoming Computer Classes: April 14-26

The Kingwood Branch Library offers free computer and device classes throughout the month. The classes offered for the weeks of April 14-26 are listed below.

For more information or to register for a class, call the Kingwood Branch Library at (281)360-6804 or stop by the Adult Services Desk on the 2nd floor. You can also register online by visiting the events calendar.

Photography Tips: Pets

The sun is shining, bluebonnets are blooming and your camera's ready to take the perfect picture of your family. But don't forget about your favorite four-legged friends! Join Kingwood Photography Club's Vincent P. for some great tips on taking quality photos of your pets.

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