Time to Garden

Are you ready for your own garden of Eden in  your backyard?  Come to the library this Saturday, May 21 at 10 AM as Harris County Master Gardeners explore plants of the Bible with their Green Thumb Gardening lecture series.  Learn all about the different plants mentioned in the Bible and how to grow your own.

Time for the Lions!

Maud Marks Asian Pacific Heritage Festival is back and it's THIS Saturday!  Come from 1-4 for crafts, food, cooking demonstrations, bonsai, origami, dancing, and more!  Don't forget, be here by 3:30 for our ever popular Vietnamese Lion Dance.  Will the lions play with you this year?  We thank The Friends of the Maud Marks Library for sponsoring this event.

Learn to Play Mahjong

May is Asian Pacific Heritage Month! And, in celebration of that, we're learning how to play mahjong at the Maud Marks Library. Seating for this event is extremely limited so sign up here. Then join us at 2 PM on May 10 as we learn to play this ancient and fun game from the Far East. 

US Citizenship Classes

   Do you want to learn how to become a US Citizen? The Maud Marks Library is hosting a citizenship class series beginning Monday, May 9, 2016, at 6:30 pm, and each following Monday in May. (May 9, 16, and 23) The topics covered are tips for demonstrating your English ability during the interview, general knowledge of US government and history, and preparing for the citizenship interview. Please come to the meeting room off the lobby for this free informative series. Best of luck in your endeavors to become a US citizen. For more information please call the library at 281-492-8592.

Summer Teen Volunteers Needed!

Beginning on Monday, May 2, Teen Volunteer Applications for the summer will be available. Teens entering the 7th grade and older have the opportunity to earn service hours while helping the Maud Marks Library with shelving, patron count week, summer programs, and more. Each teen is required to attend an orientation, and the orientation information is on the application. Don't delay! Applications are due back at the library no later than Saturday, May 21, at 5:00 PM.

If you have any questions, please contact Lauren Richards at 281-492-8592.