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Senior Outreach

Daisy, 86 and Gini, 91 are showing off the library mugs they recently received for completing the Adult Summer Reading Program. 

Are You Signed Up?

SRP 2014Are you signed up for HCPL’s Summer Reading Program? If you are, congratulations! You can get free stuff and read book reviews written by your neighbors. They’ll give you great ideas for your future reading!

Ronald McDonald in the House

Ronald McDonald was at the Aldine Library on the afternoon of Wednesday, June 25th. Ronald told jokes, performed magic tricks, and had both children and adults laughing. It was a fun time for all. Stay tuned for all of our summer events with our handy online calendar!

CANCELED: Fun4Seniors Excursion Trip to the African American Library--Gregory School

Fun4SeniorsWe are sorry to announce that the Fun4Seniors trip scheduled for this Tuesday, February 25th to the African American Library at Gregory School is canceled due to lack of registrations. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Look forward to new excursions planned for March!

For more information contact the Precinct 4 Senior Adult Program at 281-893-3726.

CANCELED: Fun4Seniors Excursion Trip to Lunar New Year Festival

We are sorry to announce that the Fun4Seniors trip scheduled for this Saturday, February 1st is canceled due to lack of registrations. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

The following trip is still scheduled for February:

Tuesday, February 25th, 9:15 AM - 2:45 PM: African American Library--Gregory School. Celebrate Black History Month and visit the African American Library at the Gregory School in Houston's Fourth Ward. Cost is free and lunch on your own at Houston's This Is It soul food restaurant.

For more information and registration contact the Precinct 4 Senior Adult Program at 281-893-3726.

 

TLA 2014-15 Reading Lists Are Here!

TxLA Reading List Logos
Every year the Texas Library Association compiles a number of reading lists comprised of the best of the best books for children, teens and adults as chosen by Texas librarians. As always, this year's lists contain big name titles everyone's talking about, as well as hidden gems you might have missed.

2014-15 TxLA Reading Lists

Fun4Seniors February Excursion Trips at Kingwood Branch Library

UPDATE: Due to lack of registrations, the February 25th Fun4Seniors trip to the African American Library--Gregory School is canceled. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. For more information, please call 281-893-3726.

UPDATE: We are sorry to announce that the Fun4Seniors trip scheduled for this Saturday, February 1st is canceled due to lack of registrations. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. The February 25th trip is still scheduled. For more information about these trips, please call 281-893-3726.

Sweet Inspiration

A New Year brings about exciting things here at Northwest Branch Library. Starting in January we will be hosting our Inspirational Book club. We will be reading books by various authors such as  Robin Hatcher, Tracie Peterson, Francine Rivers, Nate Jackson, David Dunn and many more. This is just a sample of one of the books we will read.

Our first meeting will be Thursday January 16, 2014. It will be a meet and greet meeting. If you are interested please sign up at the information desk or ask for Gwendolyn at 281-890-2665.

 

IT'S WORTH IT

Do you remember when you were younger, you would hear the older people say and even parents tell you to always say “Yes, Ma’am, “No Ma’am”  “Yes Sir and No Sir”. This was their way of saying” be kind”.
 Northwest Branch is having an act of kindness day on October 22, 2012. All we ask is for the patrons to say thank you to the staff and the staff say’s thank you in return. Each individual may be surprised how this little act can spark a smile on someone’s face or make their day just a little brighter; gratitude goes a big way.
 

 

Aviation Thrills & Spills!

Stop by the library this Saturday anytime between 2-4 PM for Aviation Thrills & Spills, our free airplane extravaganza. The Civil Air Patrol will be on hand to teach you everything you've ever wanted to know about flying! Get an up-close look at pilot gear, learn how planes soar through the air, try your hand at a flying in a SIM game, view in-cockpit crash footage, and learn how Search & Rescue crews find downed aircraft. Whether you want to be a pilot, join a Search & Rescue team, or are just curious about flying, this program is for you. Model rocketry will also be on display.

Aviation Thrills & Spills is geared towards teens and adults, but all ages are welcome to attend.   

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