New Family Learning Space Opens This Saturday

literacyThe North Channel Library will be unveiling our new Family Learning Space this Saturday, October 1st at 11 am. Thanks to generous funding by the North Shore Rotary Club, the North Channel Library Family Learning Space will be an area in our children’s department focused on encouraging early literacy through play. The development of language and literacy skills begins at birth and children develop much of their capacity for learning in the first three years of life. During this time, we can stimulate a young child’s brain not only through reading with them, but also by providing opportunities for unstructured and dramatic play with materials such as blocks, puppets and more.

Tween Time

Who doesn't love skee ball? Join us at North Channel for Tween Laundry Basket Skee Ball Wednesday, September 28 at 4:30pm. We'll have a little friendly competition and you can create some "Scratch Art"  while you wait your turn! This program is recommended for ages 10-12 years and will be in the Public Meeting Room. Free refreshments are provided.

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Hispanic Heritage Kid's Craft

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage with us this Wednesday, September 21, or "Tonalli Trecena" in the Aztec Calendar, at 4:30pm when we'll create Aztec Mosaic Masks!  We'll also enjoy themed refreshments at this Kid's Craft recommended for ages 4 and up located in our Public Meeting Room. All materials are supplied. For groups or for more information please call North Channel Branch at (281) 457-1631.

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North Channel Library's PoKeDeX

NC PoKeDeXCalling all Pokemon trainers!!! North Channel has free WiFi so that you can catch as many Pokemon as possible at our Pokestop. But you better hurry and catch 'em all before the librarians do, because we play too.
We also offer free library cards so that you can check out Pokemon books or movies too.
Draw your favorite Pokemon that you have caught at our branch and help us fill our Pokedex bulletin board with as many Pokemon as we can. 

Building Bucks Family Night


Would you like to engage your child in fun bilingual activities which encourage financial literacy?Then attend North Channel Library's "Buiding Bucks" program (developed by the Children's Museum) this Monday, September 19 from 6-7pm. We will be meeting in the Public Meeting Room. Activities are recommended for ages 2-8 years. Groups please call North Channel Branch at 281-457-1631.     

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