Ladies of Inspiration

The Aldine Library is hosting a special event in honor of Black History Month. Join us as Pastor Brenda Stewart and Ms. Sylvia Bolling come read selections from their newly published books. Reverend Stewart's book is titled "FIT FOR THE FIGHT!: The Vigilant Fight of Faith for My Husband, My Family, and Myself.". Ms. Bolling's book is "When God Gives You a Vision: Some Lessons I've Learned." The vision and inspiration of these two African American women have been a force for positive change in the lives of many. They continue to make a real difference in the Greenspoint community. Come meet, greet, and hear from these dynamic authors at the Aldine Library on Saturday, February 15th at 11 AM!

Did you know? iPads at Aldine

Did you know that iPads are available once again to check out at the Aldine Library? We had some issues with upgrading to the latest Apple software that prevented us from checking them out for a while. However, now all of our iPads are upgraded and ready for you to use. You can check out iPads to use inside the library building for a 2 hour period of time. Borrowers must have a Harris county library card for at least 30 days to check out iPads. Also, you need to have your library card present to check them out.  Enjoy using an Apple iPad today!

Help Yourself

We have expanded our January book display at the Aldine Library. In addition to what we have in the lobby, we now have self-help books set out in the periodical area of the branch. Stop by and take a look at both book display locations. Help yourself!

 

 

Free Computer Classes at Aldine!

Did you know that free computer classes are now being offered at the Aldine Library? Check out the schedule of classes here on our branch calendar webpage. Classes are available in both English and Spanish. No advanced sign up is required. Take advantage of this great opportunity to brush up on your computer skills today!

Finding Bigfoot

Does Bigfoot exist? Skeptics will be given all the information they need to decide for themselves in a brand new book titled Finding Bigfoot: Everything You Need to Know by Martha Brockenbrough. Did you know that in Skamania County, Washington, an ordinance passed in 1969 that makes it illegal to kill a bigfoot.? "Anyone who hunted bigfoot and committed a 'willfull and wanton slaying' could be convicted of a felony, fined up to $10,000, and sent to jail for up to five years. The law was softened a bit in 1984. Now, bigfoot hunting is a gross misdemeanor punishable with a $1,000 fine and up to a year in the clink" writes Brockenbrough. Read on about bigfoot sightings from around the world and even start your own bigfoot tracking in this essential bigfoot book at the Aline Library!