Interested in free e-books and e-audios?

   Are you thinking about getting a new "device" for the holidays? Maybe you already have one? Do you have an interest in learning how to download an e-book or e-audio to that device? Help us meet our Project Mil-e goal of 1 million downloads. Our website has instructions you can follow, or you can register for a class being held on Tuesday, November 15, 2016, at 7 pm.  If you already have a device, please remember to bring it  with you to the class. On the same day there are two other classes. One is an iPad class at 10 am and the other a Tablet class at 1 pm. Register early. Classes fill up quickly. For questions about these classes and more call 281-492-8592. 

Intermediate Microsoft Excel

There are still openings for the Intermediate Excel class tomorrow, Saturday November 5 @10 AM. This class will show you how to manage information and format data by using charts and tables. You will also learn how to sort and filter your data and insert graphs. The class is free! Call us at 281-492-8592 to register. 

Recovering the Classics

Contest has been extended until December 27, 2016!

Maud Marks Library is Recovering the Classics and you could win a copy of a classic book with YOUR art on the front!

Finding Family Skeletons

The Maud Marks Library has two great opportunities for those of you would like to begin or further your family tree research. One is a genealogy program and the other a field trip to the Clayton Genealogical Library.

Monday, October 31
Genealogy: Making the Most of Clayton- Susan Kaufman, Manager of the Clayton Genealogical Library will be here 7pm, Monday, October 31 to give us an introduction to the at the Clayton Library. Call or click to register for this program. This takes place Halloween night the perfect time to find those family skeletons!

Come One, Come All...Book Sale Time

The next used book sale at the Maud Marks Library will be from 10 am-4 pm on Saturday, October 29, 2016. There will be lots to choose from so bring the whole family. We will have children's books, hardbacks and paperbacks in all genres, movies, music, and even a few magazines. Come one, come all. Also, the library will accept donations of gently used books for their book sales. Bring the used books in during regular business hours to the lobby of the library and drop them in the bins just inside the main doors.The proceeds from the sales benefit the library and its many, many programs throughout the year.  We hope to see you soon.