Be a Friend and Buy Some Books

Come one, come all. The Friends of the Maud Marks Library is having their used book sale this month on Saturday, March 28, 2015, from 10 am to 4 pm. There are lots of books, magazines, videos, DVDs and more, for children, teens, and adults. Maybe you can find that book that has eluded you for years. Homeschoolers can find curriculum and great historical novels at very low prices. We get new donations daily from people cleaning out their own collections. Our prices are lower than those on-line sellers, and you don’t have to wait for shipment.  All proceeds benefit the library. 

How does YOUR garden grow?

Spring is arriving and it's time to spruce up our gardens.  But, how do we keep track of everything growing in our yards?  Come to the library on Saturday, March 21 at 10 AM as Harris County Master Gardeners present their next Green Thumb Gardening presentation.  We will talk all about documenting your garden.  Never again wonder if that is a weed or a flower growing there in the middle of your flower bed.  Know what is there!

Rainbow Jar Science Experiment

 On Monday March 16 at 4:30 pm the kids science experiment will explore the properties of color. The program is geared for kids ages 6-11. See you then.

National Craft Month!

It is craft time here at the Maud Marks library! March is National Craft Month across our great country. In honor of National Craft Month, the Maud Marks library for the next two weeks has made our very own craft display. From sewing to origami, the craft display has books of all types of crafts for children and adults. You can even learn how to turn your garbage into art! So hurry on down to the Maud Marks library and learn how to express the inner artist in you!

"Who Done It?"

It's time to cook up a yummy dessert and gather at Maud Marks Library for the Mystery Book Club.  Wednesday, March 18th at 2 pm we will be discussing Open Season  by C J Box.   Joe makes some mistakes but that just makes him more human.  When he finds a local hunting outfitter dead, splayed out on the woodpile behind his state-owned home, he takes it personally!  Will this Wyoming game warden get his man?  If you need a copy of the book come by the library and pick one up.  Bring your favorite dessert to eat while we discuss whether the villains got their "just desserts"!