CREEKFEST

A 3D Printer—In 3D!

MAkerBot PrinterGood news, everyone! We will be holding another 3D design presentation. Even better news—this time we’ll have a 3D printer for you to experience!

3D printing has exploded over the last few years. Nowadays you can design and print 3D objects without leaving your desk. Come and learn how with HCPL's printer.

Like last time space is limited, so you’ll want to register. Everything you need to know for the October 2nd presentation can be found on our on-line calendar.

If you can’t make it to the presentation, then don’t fear. During CreekFest on Saturday, October 4, the library will be demonstrating the printer for the public. There’s no need to register for that. Just come visit the library with your questions.

CreekFest Coming Sat., October 12

CreekFest logoThe third annual CreekFest is just ahead on Saturday, Oct. 12, from 9am to 4pm. The Barbara Bush Library will be open for business that day (even opening one hour earlier, at 9am!), but other family-friendly activities will be happening throughout the day all over the Cypress Creek Cultural District. See a free concert by World Rhythm Synergy in the Centrum at 10am. Win a book in the library Book Walk starting at 11am. Bring your dog for the costume contest on the outdoor stage at 1:00pm. Enter the library Scavenger Hunt and follow the clues through the library to win a prize. Have your face painted at the Cypress Creek Community Center, or create some art at the Pearl Fincher Museum family activity tent. There is a race starting at 8am, art on exhibit and for sale, food vendors, a raffle to win a mini iPad,  and lots more!!  Join this celebration of arts and the out-of-doors, right here in your own backyard. Visit the CreekFest website or Facebook page to learn more.

CREEKFEST!

CreekefstThe first annual CreekFest Arts Festival will be held this Saturday, October 8, to celebrate the community resources in the Cypress Creek Cultural District. Festival activities will take place at Collins Park, the Barbara Bush Library, the Centrum, the Cypress Creek Christian Community Center, Cypresswood Landing Shopping Center, and the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts. These locations are all near the intersection of Cypresswood Drive and Stuebner Airline Road. All events, excluding the Urban Adventure Run, are free and open to the public. Please visit http://www.creekfesthouston.com/for more information. 

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