Do you have the best costume at Jacinto City Branch Library?

Stormtrooper CostumeThursday, October 26th @ 6PM

Do you think you are the scariest witch in town?  Do you have the coolest Stars Wars costume?  Come prove it!  Join us for a Halloween Costume Contest at Jacinto City Branch Library!

The costume contest will have two age categories, Kids (5-10 yrs) and Teens (11-17 yrs).

  • • Kids costume judging starts right at 6 PM
    • Teens will follow at 6:30 pm

There will be a prize for each age group!

Visit the Jacinto City Branch Library table at Jacinto City’s Pumpkinfest!

PumpkinsSaturday, October 21st @ 5:00 pm

Visit Jacinto City Branch Library at Pumpkinfest located

at the Jacinto City Gym.

Activities will include hay rides, games, pumpkin decorating contest, costume contest and free outdoor movie at dusk.  Food and drinks will be available for purchase.

Jacinto City Branch Library offers ESL and Citizenship Classes!

ChalkboardBasic ESL and Citizenship classes are available at Jacinto City Branch Library

 

Because we know how important learning English is, we have two options available for ESL classes.  We also understand the importance of becoming a U.S. Citizen.  We have two citizenship classes available both taught in English. 

Jacinto City Branch Library will be closed Saturday, October 14th!

Sorry We're Closed pictureWe will be closed for repairs all-day Saturday, October 14th!
 

Jacinto City Branch Library will re-open for business Monday, October 16th at 1:00 pm.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
If you need to visit a library on Saturday, please visit the Harris County Public Library's locations page to find a branch near you.

 

"What we remember - what we forgot - and what we never knew."

Join Harris County Public Library in its support of the PBS airing of The Vietnam War. This is a ten-part,18-hour documentary film series directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. In an immersive 360-degree narrative, Burns and Novick tell the epic story of the Vietnam War as it has never before been told on film. Libraries around the county will offer public screenings and share the stories of this tumultuous time period with programs and presentations.