FANTASTIC TEXAS MAPS

Did you know that you have access to one of the premier map databases for our great state? The Texas Digital Sanborn Maps include maps going all the way back to 1867. For example you can see what the city of Houston looked like in August 1885. So try out this fascinating resource.

Bag-a-Book Bean Bag Toss

Picture of Bean Bag Toss GameCome join us at the library for a bean bag toss to celebrate National Children's Book Week. Wednesday, May 12, at 3:15 p.m. For school-age children.

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PAPER LANTERN TEEN CRAFT

Hey teens, join us for a fun craft celebrating Asian Pacific Heritage Month. You will get to make your own paper lantern. All supplies are provided. See you Wednesday May 12 at 4:00 pm!

 

 

 

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ASIAN PACIFIC HERITAGE MONTH CRAFT TIME

Hey kids! Come join us tomorrow Wednesday, May 5 at 3:15 pm to try your hand at the ancient art of paper folding known as origami. This craft is to honor Asian Pacific Heritage Month. We provide all the paper - you provide the enthusiasm! See you then.

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Genealogy at the Library

Cover of Who Do You Think You Are?The library has two databases that can be used in genealogical research: Ancestry.com and Heritage Quest. A library computer must be used to access Ancestry.com, but Heritage Quest can be used at home with your library card number. In addition to the databases, the library has books to help in researching your family history, such as: