Children's SRP in Review

Singers, Children, Clown, JugglerSchool is back in session and that means another Summer Reading Program has come and gone. The Aldine Branch Library was just overflowing with children’s activities this summer. We had clowns, crafts, musicians, jugglers, animals, and much more. Let us know which program you enjoyed this year and what you would be excited to see for next year.

Summer Reading Programs - What Do You Think?

Adult SRP        Children's SRP      Teen SRP

Did you participate in one of this year's Summer Reading Programs?  If you did and you'd like to share your opinions, or if didn't and you'd like to tell us what would make you join next year, please fill out this survey by September 8th.  Help us make next year's program the best one yet!

Update 9/8: The survey has closed. Thank you for your interest.  If you have additional comments, please leave them below.

The Aldine Branch Library Recycles

As a fund-raiser, the Aldine Branch Library has increased our paper recycling efforts over that last few months. Before we began this campaign, the branch and our customers were averaging just over a half of a ton of paper collection a month. Now we are averaging almost two tons a month! We can’t thank customers enough for stepping up for their community. Our goal is to collect four tons of recyclable paper every month and we know we can do it with your help.

Position Opening at the Aldine Branch Library

The Aldine Branch Library’s Technology Training Assistant position is available and we are currently looking for candidates. Some experience is required as is being bilingual in Spanish. Further details can be seen on the Harris County Public Library Jobs page as well as instructions for applying.

Old School Teen Time: Fun Had by All

We had a blast at Old School Teen Time. We had over thirty-five participants. The parents dominated while the teens couldn't get over the fact that there were no on/off switches. Staff got involved too and by the looks of things took the games seriously. Gamers got a kick out of that as much as they did playing.