Independence Day

Happy 4th!

Hello friends! The Aldine Library will be closed on Friday and Saturday of this week, July 3rd and 4th, in commemoration of Independence Day. We will open again on Monday, July 6th at 1 PM. We wish you and your family a happy and safe 4th.

 

We Never REALLY Close

OK, so our physical site is going to be closed this week, Friday through Sunday for the holiday weekend.  Never fear though because our online branch is open 24/7!

Fourth of July Weekend Library Hours

StarsWe will close early on Thursday, July 2, at 5:00 pm.  All regularly scheduled programming will take place on that day (toddler storytime at 10:00 am and preschool storytime at 11:00 am; computer class at 3:30 pm).

We will be closed on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 3-5.

We will reopen on Monday, July 6, at 1:00 pm.

We wish you a happy Fourth of July!

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New Adult Crafts-To-Go Project Now Available!

The latest Adult “Crafts-to-Go!” project at Clear Lake City-County Freeman Branch Library is now available! Join us as we salute Flag Day (June 14th) and Independence Day (July 4th) with the Patriotic Bookmark seen to the right. All materials needed are included within the bag, compliments of the Friends of Freeman Library, while supplies last.

Please contact the Clear Lake City-County Freeman Branch Library at 16616 Diana Lane, Houston, TX 77062 or at 281-488-1906 regarding any questions. 

Felicitations for a Focused Fourth!--or the Alternative

When the Fourth of July holiday falls in the middle of the week we have neither the lead-time to prepare nor the down-time to recover from our over-indulgences. So either we have to be very focused or, alternately, we can stretch it out and declare a personal month of patriotic celebration.

We at the library can help you with the latter.

Our famous ‘round wall’ has a new display simply called ‘American History’. It’s full of lovely great biographies of the founding fathers and histories of the American Revolution. When you get through those, there are also Civil War, frontier history, and Texas revolutionary histories. You could celebrate 1750 to 1865 all through July.

You can also read David McCullough’s great book, 1776 and discuss it socially at the inaugural gathering of the History Book Club on Tuesday, July 17th. It’ll be in the Friends of the Library Room on the first floor, at 7:00 o’clock.

However you celebrate Independence Day, we send our best wishes for a wonderful time.
 

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