Easter is almost here, and the city of Katy is holding their annual Easter Egg Hunt on Friday, March 26 in the VFW Park.  Call the city Parks and Recreation Department at 281-391-4840 or visit the City of Katy website for more information. 

The Week @ the Katy Library – March 22nd Edition

What can a kid do at the library this week? How about storytime on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday morning plus Monday afternoon.

Teens at the library? Monday afternoon, the teen room’s open with snacks, laptops, and games. Wednesday afternoon, we’re showing a recently released A-list movie.

Now for adults. Tuesday afternoon has the AARP Tax Aide help. Wednesday and Thursday afternoon has knitting and crochet. Thursday morning is computer class in English – Friday afternoon is computer class in Spanish. And, Saturday afternoon holds our monthly Hispanic Speakers Group.

Check out our Events Calendar for more information.


Katy Branch - Who Dun It@ the Library?

Title to be discussed:  The Girl in the Glass by Jeffrey Ford.  Date of meeting:  Saturday, April 3, 10:30am.  During the Great Depression, shysters scam New York's grieving rich with elaborate, ingeniously staged seances -- until an impossible occurrence changes everything.  Join the Katy Branch Mystery Group, which meets the first Saturday of every month.

The Week @ the Katy Library – March 15th Edition

Spring Break is upon us, and we’re celebrating at the Katy Branch Library with our 2nd Annual Dog Day on Saturday, 3/20 from 12-4pm.  We’ll have an exhibition hall with local dog-related vendors and organizations, rescued dogs available for adoption, dog crafts, and reading to dogs for the kids.  Don’t miss it!



The Reading Education Assistance dogs will be at the Katy Branch Library on Saturday, March 20 from noon to 2:00 pm.  Children are invited to sign up to read their favorite animal story to one of these specially trained dogs.  These dogs along with their handlers provide an irresistible, fun environment for children to practice their reading skills.  This program has been used throughout the country and has been proven to encourage sturggling readers.  Call the library or stop by the Reference desk to sign up.