Harvey

It's Been a Long Road Back. Now It's Time to Celebrate!

Join us for Kingwood Branch Library's Re-opening Celebration!

Wednesday, June 27. 4PM

Speakers will include Commissioner Precinct 4 R. Jack Cagle, Houston District E City Councilmember Dave Martin, Friends of the Library - Kingwood (FOLK) President Carolyn Humphrey and Harris County Public Library Director Edward Melton. Kingwood Park Drumline will provide music.

Come tour the beautifully restored Kingwood Branch Library and celebrate the library's return, the people who made it possible and the community's resilience.

Join us to Celebrate Barbara Bush Branch Library's Re-opening and the People Who Made it Possible

Please join us to celebrate Barbara Bush Branch Library's re-opening and help us say thank you to the people who made it possible.

Speakers will include Barbara Thomason, Northwest Houston Chamber of Commerce, Rev. Bruce Frogge; Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner R. Jack Cagle; Julie Baker Finch Ph.D, Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation; Edward Melton, Harris County Public Library Director.

Students from the Zuniga School of Music will perform.

Where:
Barbara
Bush
Branch
Library

When:
Friday,
June 22, 10AM

Stop by and check out all of the renovations made to the first floor and the revamping of the second floor. See familiar faces and lots of new materials. You can also sign up for our free Summer Reading Program or get a library card! We've missed you and look forward to celebrating with everyone again!

Event is free and open to the public. Programs and services are Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Compliant. Special accommodations can be requested in advance by contacting the library.

(Re)Opening Day

Bear Creek & Galena Park Set to Reopen

We are excited to announce that the Galena Park and Katherine Tyra branch libraries will reopen this month. Galena Park opens its doors Monday, April 23 after repairs to its roof and air conditioning system. The Katherine Tyra Branch Library at Bear Creek will welcome customers for the first time since Hurricane Harvey forced it to shutter on Monday, April 30.

Work is progressing at the Kingwood and Barbara Bush branch libraries, though we do not yet have reliable estimates for their return to service.

We want to thank you all again for your patience and support on the long road to recovery.

 

Harvey Restoration: Week of Feb. 11 - 17

Work is moving along. Here is this week's progress report.

You Can Help HCFOL Help Your LIbrary

hcfol.org Network for Good buttonAll of us who lived through the recent floods will remember the devastation and loss, but hopefully the more lasting memories will be of the generosity of spirit and selflessness of the people who call southeast Texas home. Many of you have asked how you can make monetary donations to help in Harris County Public Library's recovery. The Harris County Friends of the Library have now set up an online system that streamlines the process. It allows you to specify, if you wish, how your donation is to be used, so if you want to give to the HCPL system as a whole, to your home library, or to one of the four HCPL branches that remaiin closed due to flood damage, you can.

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