Native American Heritage Month

New Adult Crafts-to-Go Project Celebrates Native American Heritage Month Beginning 11/4

The Clear Lake City-County Freeman Branch Library’s Adult “Crafts-to-Go!” program will have a new project available starting the first Monday of the month – November 4th. Since November is Native American Heritage Month, our project is an "Indian Corn" Pin.

Tomorrow!!! - Trivia Express Featured Film Series - Module #1

For each Trivia Express topic, we will show a topical film. These films will be viewed in the Teen Zone on the 2nd Floor of the library. Please contact the library for the exact titles. Also, our audience will earn Trivia Express Flair for attending this showing.

All Aboard the Trivia Express (New Online Program)

The Clear Lake City - County Freeman Branch Library invites patrons of all ages to hop onto the Trivia Express. The Trivia Express will regularly presents quizzes on a variety of topics. Each quiz will focus on a subject that can be researched by using resources from Harris County Public Library. The actual trivia challenge will be on a Google Drive maintained by Freeman Library Staff.

Crafts-to-Go Celebrates Native American Heritage Month

The Clear Lake City - County Freeman Branch Library will offer the continuation of the Adult “Crafts- to-Go!” program in conjunction with Native American Heritage Month on Thursday, November 1st.  This month's project is a scratch art leaf as pictured on the right. On the reverse side of the directions is a web link to the Wyandot legend of why the leaves are so many different colors in the autumn. All materials needed are included within the bag, compliments of the Friends of Freeman Library.  This project will be available at the Second Floor Information Desk while supplies last.

Sacagawea

 National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month is celebrated each November.  Would you like to know more about Native American histories and cultures?  Visit the library!  There are many items here at the library and also online that will support a deeper understanding of the American who first graced this land. Ask a librarian, they would love to assist you in your discoveries.
 

Book Club celebrates National Native American Heritage Month

Come join our book club as we discuss I Heard the Owl Call My Name by Margaret Craven. This 70's classic tells the story of a young minister who learns about the meaning of life when he is sent to an Indian community in British Columbia. The discussion will take place on Monday, November 28 at 7 p.m. in the library meeting room.

 

 

 

Adult Crafts-to-Go! Recognizes Native American Heritage Month

The Clear Lake City-County Freeman Branch Library will offer the continuation of the “Crafts- to-Go!” program in November in conjunction with Native American Heritage Month.  We're making Wampanoag Medallion necklaces. This project can be made anywhere and will be available while supplies last. All materials needed are included within the bag, compliments of the Friends of Freeman Library.  

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.

Native Americans of Texas Presentation @ your library

Join us as we Celebrate Native American Heritage Month in this Friday's under50over program. Area resident David Brittan will talk to us about some of the original people of Texas.

This will take place in the Marge Jacobson Community Room on the first floor of the library. The presentation will begin at 10:30 am. Please contact the Reference Desk at (281) 488-1906 or visit us on the Second Floor for more information. Refreshments are provided by the Friends of Freeman.

Our Native Past

maizeWe are excited to host back-to-back events on Monday, November 23, 2009, in celebration of Native American Heritage Month: Native American Dance at 2:00 PM and Native American Cooking at 6:00 PM. For more information, check out our calendar or call the library at 281-821-1320. To get you in the mood for these programs, we’d like to offer some suggested reading and viewing.

Native American Cooking Demonstration

On November 23rd, Ms Cindy and Ms Bonnie will delight the taste buds with several recipes from our Native American Cookbooks.  At 6 pm we will offer several dishes and have a simple demonstration on how to make Algonquian Maple Popcorn Balls.  So please join us for this cooking demonstration and sampling of delicious foods in celebration of Native American Heritage Month.

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