Preschool Storytime

Parents, do your children like stories? Or would like to help your child with early literacy? Then join us for our weekly Storytime, every Tuesday at 1:30pm. We share stories, songs, and finger plays. Your child will have fun and learn at the same time! Padres, a sus hijos les gustan los cuentos? O quieren ayudarlos a leer?

Strings Attached at North Channel

Yarn NeedlesStop by North Channel and learn how to knit, to crochet or suggest a needle craft we can all learn about together.  Supplies are available for those just wanting to try it out.  Share your knowledge with others and show off your current projects.  Please join Strings Attached at 4:30 pm on Wednesday, Feb. 3rd, in the meeting room.  

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MeeTeen: WeDo Robotics!

Teens and tweens, it's almost here!  Have some Lego fun with HCPL’s Lego WeDo Robotics kits!  We will  work together to build robotics projects.  We'll meet in North Channel’s meeting room at 4:30 pm, Thursday, Jan. 28th.  Space will be limited to those who were one of the other three robotics sessions this month.  Didn't make it?  Look for this program again in April.

This project is made possible by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services to the Texas State Library and Archives Commission under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act (2016).

Monday Movie: Goosebumps!

Do you like R. L. Stine and the Goosebumps series? Then this month's Monday Movie is for you! Find out if a teenager who teams up with R.L. Stines's daughter can put a stop to the spooky happenings in Madison, Delaware, that were released from the writer's imagination...This new release is Rated PG. Movie length is 1hour and 43 minutes. We'll show this feature on our big screen in the Public Meeting Room. Recommended for ages 8 and up.

New GED Distance Learning Program @ Your Library

Harris County Public Library is partnering with Harris County Department of Education, Adult Education to present a free distance learning program for area residents who want to earn their GED. Distance education programs allow you to learn at your own pace and to work on any computer with an internet connection.