Adult Programs in May

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(Please call 281-471-4022 to register. All programs are free and are open to Ages 18+.)

Beginner Origami for Adults-Flowered Table Light: Thursday, May 3, 11 am-noon. Join Ms. Derry to make a pretty table light. All materials supplied.Registration needed.

Computer Class-EXCEL-Data Entry & Editing Techniques: Thursday, May 3, 1:30 pm-3:30 pm. Registration needed. 

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month-Chinese Tea Ceremony: Thursday, May 10, 11 am- noon. Experience the elegant Chinese Tea Ceremony. Taste authentic oolong tea from the high mountains. Registration needed.

Computer Class-Transfer Photos From Smart Phone to USB: Thursday, May 10, 1:30 pm-3:30 pm. Registration needed. 

Computer Class-One on One Computer Help: Thursday, May 17, 1:30 pm-3:30 pm. Sign up for 30 minutes of one on one computer help.Registration needed. This class fills up quickly! 

Book Discussion for Adults: Monday, May 21, 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm. Join the discussion for All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doer, a compelling, character-driven, historical fiction novel set in World War II. No registration required. 

 

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Financial Literacy

piggy bankI know, I know...financial literacy. Not the most exciting of topics I agree, but it is a worthwhile one. It's also Houston Money Week, an initiative designed to provide individuals and familes with financial knowledge.

Movie Time for Adults

Cover for Waking Ned Devine ©Fox Searchlight PicturesCelebrate St. Paddy’s Day with a funny Irish comedy-drama: Waking Ned Devine ©Fox Searchlight Pictures! Saturday, March 17 at 10 am. Rated PG. Run time: 91 minutes. Free. No registration required. We will provide coffee and hot tea; please feel free to bring your own snacks! 

March Book Discussion: My Italian Bulldozer

Cover of My Italian Bulldozer by Alexander McCall SmithJoin us on Monday, March 19, at 6:30 pm for a book discussion on My Italian Bulldozer: A Novel by Alexander McCall Smith.

When writer Paul Stewart heads to the idyllic Italian town of Montalcino to finish his already overdue cookbook, he expects it to be the perfect escape from stressful city life. But when he arrives, things quickly take a turn for the worse. His hired car is nowhere to be found, and with no record of a reservation at the car-rental counter, and no other cars available, it appears that Paul will be stuck at the airport--that is, until an enterprising stranger offers him an unexpected alternative: a bulldozer. With little choice in the matter, Paul accepts, and so begins a series of laugh-out-loud adventures as he trundles through the Tuscan countryside. A story of unexpected circumstances and making the best of what you have, My Italian Bulldozer is a warm and witty read that will bring a smile to your face.

Free. For Ages 18+. No registration required. Please call the library at 281-471-4022 if you would like to have the book put on hold for you.