Strings Attached

Crocheted Four Leaf Clover Feeling lucky?  Feeling unlucky?  No matter, you can make your own lucky charm.  Join the Strings Attached group Wednesday, March 6 at 4:30 pm in the North Channel Library meeting room to make crochet four leaf clovers.

This is the beginner's class, and string crafters of all ages are welcome to come and learn from each other. 

Celebrate Dr. Seuss @ North Channel

Calling all kids!  You'll want to come by the North Channel Branch Library this Friday, March 1st at 4:30 pm to create your own "Thing 1 and Thing 2" craft using your flubulous body to celebrate Read Across America Day and Dr. Seuss' birthday...then go "One Fish, Two Fishing" for a prize!


You can help another adult learn to read! Register for the Literacy Tutor training sessions to be held at the North Channel Library on Friday, February 22nd from 1-4:30 pm. Literacy Coordinator, Steve Zach, will present unique information to help you become an effective Literacy Tutor. Once you are trained as a Literacy Tutor, you will have the opportunity to meet your new student for one-on-one sessions at the Library. You and the student will decide on the schedule that best meets both of your needs.  The North Channel Library has two Study Rooms that you can schedule for sessions with your student. Please be sure to come in or call soon to reserve your place in this interesting class. Ph. 281-457-1631

Para Los Ninos @ North Channel next week

para los ninosPlease join us next week for the Para los Ninos/For the Children Storytime with bilingual activities developed by the Children's Museum of Houston! This month's theme is Healthy Bodies & Healthy Minds. Each family attending will receive a pass for 4 people to the museum! February's Para los Ninos programs will be held on Tuesday, February 26th at 10:30 am and 1:30 pm. Groups please call in advance.

Staying Safe

With all of the active shooter news around the country the past few months, we wanted to share some resources you may find helpful.  First, we have a link to a short video produced by the Texas State Office of Risk Management on Active Shooter Emergency Preparedness.  There is a great deal of good information in the video, however please be aware that it may be disturbing to some viewers. 

For parents who want to talk with their children about staying safe, the library carries books which may help you discuss a variety of safety topics with them: