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2019 Summer Reading Program has begun....

This summer explore a Universe of Stories at HCPL! and celebrate summer, the joys of reading and the upcoming 50th anniversary of the first moon landing!Summer Reading is for the whole family: HCPL's Summer Reading has goals, incentives and programs for everyone - babies, kids, teens and adults. Summer Reading is not just about reading: Earn points toward incentives by attending library events and doing fun activities. Click here to Register.

Summer Teen and Adult Arts and Crafts Series at Galena Park Branch Library

Our summer DIY series will consist of fun activities for teens and adults (13 and over only). These activities require the individual to work by themselves with little to no help. No registration is required.

6/11- Build a Telescope: Local amateur astronomer Ed Malewitz will discuss summer star viewing and telescopes. Participants will build a Galileoscope for some hands on experience.

6/25- Paint Party: Relax this summer with a free painting session. All supplies are provided. The class will be taught by Splash KIDS Art & Paint Parties. You will be able to take your masterpiece home with you. 

Tuesday, June 4th & 18th at 2 PM – June Daily Teen Programs

 

Tuesday, June 4th from 2 PM – Teen – iOS Space Team [13+]
Teen programs are coming back to the Parker Williams Library on Tuesdays and Mondays. Join us this Tuesday, June 4th in the Community Room for the wacky, flip-switch game Space Team. Using our iPads, you will have to shake, dial, and flip your way up the levels with a partner as you yell out what each of you have to do to make it to the next level. Join us on June 4th at 2 Pm in the Community Room for an outrageous time. 

 

 Tuesday, June 18th from 2 PM – Teen – Button Making [13+]

Make your own flair with the Parker Williams Library button maker. On Tuesday, June 18th at 2 PM, we’ll be busting out the buttons. 

Thursday Teen Time

 

Have you checked out Teen Time Thursdays at Barbara Bush Branch Library yet? This week writers will meet to share spooky stories for Halloween! 

 

Be a Part of the Centurion Club!

Barbara Bush Branch Teens!

 

 

Club members will be contacted with the date and time of the party.

Please email YA Librarian Megan if you have any questions. 

ccteen@hcpl.net

 

A Big Week at The Little Blue Library

Another busy week is underway at The Little Blue Library.  This Monday was the start for Kids Café!  We are now serving lunch from 12 pm to 1 pm Monday through Friday to all children and their accompanying guardians.

Teen Thursdays in June

Thursdays at the Parker Williams Branch Library will be hosting a variety of different programs and projects for teens 12 and up at 3 PM in the Library Community Room. 

Thursday, June 7th at 3 PM – Teen Thursday – Silent PW Library [12+]


This week, we will be playing a variety of Silent Library challenges while trying to not bust up laughing.   

 Thursday, June 14th at 3 PM – Teen Thursday – Bleach and Stencil [12+]

This week, our project will be working with black fabric, stencils, and a light bleach solution. See the amazing things you can do with a little electrified salt water.     

Thursday, June 21st at 3 PM – Teen Thursday – 8-Bit Art [12+]

Volunteer at Katy Library

Katy Library will be accepting applications for teen summer volunteers beginning May 15, 2018 until May 31, 2018.  All volunteers must be in high school or going into high school.  Space in the program is limited and due to high interest, there will be a lottery to determine placement in the volunteer program.  All volunteers MUST attend a MANDATORY training session Wednesday, June 6, from 10:00am- 12:00pm.  

Please call the library at (281)391-3509 if you have any questions.

Happy Star Wars Day - Be the first to celebrate the fourth


May the Fourth Be With You - On the First!

We are inviting all aspiring Jedi to join us next week on May 1st from 4 PM - 8 PM for games, crafts, and a movie. Young padawans will have an opportunity to build a miniature sensory lightsaber. We’ll also have Jedi Training Games & Exercises for attendees to test their skills.

Attempt to save Rey from Kylo Ren with a “force field”, build a spacecraft and try to pilot your way into the Death Star or find out just how good your eye sight is with our Blaster Practice.

The games and crafts end at 5:15, when you’ll want to grab a spot on the floor as we watch Rey’s desire to learn the ways of the Jedi force Luke to make a decision that will change their lives forever.

Hibernation season is over!

Hibernation season is over and there is a ton to do in Seabrook. Here at Evelyn Meador Library we have something for EVERYONE!

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