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Movie @ Your Library

Come by the Maud Marks Library today, Friday, June 24, to enjoy our Summer Time Family Film Festival. Today we will be showing Air Bud! The movie starts at 1:15 PM and free popcorn will be available.


Flip for “Flipster”

Do you like to read magazines but don't want to pay for the subscription? Do you have a Harris County Public Library card? More than 100 different magazines can be accessed digitally by going to our website and by clicking on the eBooks and More link. Scroll down to Flipster. This is your link to all those magazines. Please have your card number and pin number available. Magazines are also available on our Overdrive app.

Get Smart with Smartphones!

Do you have a brand new iPhone or android phone? Are you unsure on how to maximize your new smartphone's capabilities? This Friday on June 24th at 1:00 PM, the Maud Smith Marks Library will be offering a computer class on smartphones! Learn how to operate your smartphone, explore some of the powerful built-in apps, and learn how to download additional apps, music, and more! Come on by Maud Marks on June 24th at 1:00 PM, and get smart with smartphones!

Exercise Your Disbelief With Science Fiction

Summer is back in full swing at the Maud Marks Library and with it, our ever popular genre challenge!

This week we are highlighting the Science Fiction genre.  Science Fiction is speculative fiction and raises controversial questions in worlds based on plausible scientific theories. Traditionally it posits future worlds and technologies, but settings in the past, rich in future technologies, have grown in popularity. No matter the time and setting, science supported by known scientific principles drive the stories.

The best of the best, when it comes to science fiction, win the Nebula Award.