Art from India

 

Next stop… India! We will be making Rangoli (a folk art from India) Thursday, June 20th at 3:00 pm in the library parking lot. So come join us for this fun and colorful program. If you have not signed up for the Summer Reading Program, it is not too late. You can register online or visit your local Library. For more information please call 713-450-0982.  

photo courtesy by http://kidworldcitizen.org/2012/11/12/kids-rangoli-art-for-diwali-chalk-colored-sand/

Google Maps @ Your Library

Please join the Computer Class at the Galena Park Library this Wednesday at 1 pm to learn more about how to use Google Maps: http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&tab=wl This class ties right in with the Summer Reading theme: "Have Book, Will Travel"-!! Please call for more information: 713-450-0982

Taste of Japan

Kon'nichiwa!! Did you ever want to go to Japan but it was too far away? Well, here is your chance! The Galena Park Branch Library will bring a little of Japan to you. Join us for our Summer Reading Program’s Taste of Japan. We will be making delicious candy sushi and fun, colorful origami. Sayōnara

Ebay & Craigslist Computer Class

Come to the Galena Park Library on Wednesday, June 12th,  at 1 pm to learn how to use Ebay and Craigslist. Computer class instructor Hugo Ortega will teach this interesting class on how to bid for items on Ebay--or offer them for sale on Craigslist! Please call for more information: 713-450-0982

Summer Reading Program Is Here! First Stop: Bubble Festival

 Summer Reading Program has begun!! This year’s theme is Have Book: Will Travel. We will be traveling around the world and visit a different country each week; so walk, run, ride, drive, fly, or teleport to the library and join the fun.  You can also register online at www.hcpl.net or register with a staff member at the library.
Our first stop will be exploring the park. We will have a bubble festival for the whole family. Join us Thursday, June 6th at 3 pm at the park for a bubblelicious program. Sun block and refreshments are highly encouraged.