Computer Programming, Anyone?

Teens! As technology becomes a bigger part in our daily lives, more and more people are learning computer programming. Doing so not only prepares you for the future, but strengthens your problem solving abilities. And the best part? It is not as hard to learn as you think.

Starting Friday, October 2, at 4:30 PM join us in the meeting room to learn the programming language of Java and how to use it. The group plans to meet ever Friday. BYOL (Bring Your Own Laptop) is encouraged, but not required. 

Hispanic Heritage Trivia

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, we will be having an Adult Trivia.
The questionnaires will be available from September 20 through October 13, 2015.
All you need is come by the information desk and pick up your copy.
If you will, return your sheet by October 14, 2015. There will be a drawing on October 15, 2015

                                                  Enjoy and have fun.

Movie Makers Unite!

DirectorHave you ever wanted to make a great movie, but thought it was too complicated? That's about to all change!

Join us as the Microsoft Store teaches how to make your very own movies on a Surface Pro 3™ tablets. They'll give you the skills you need to entertain the masses.

We will gather in the meeting room at 4:30 PM on Monday, September 21. We hope to see you there!

Space is limited. A ticket is required. Tickets will be given out starting 30 minutes before the program.

Computer Class Update

 It's a new day and a new time.

Starting in September computer class will be held on Tuesdays from 10:00-11:00 AM.
Are you wanting to improve on your skills?
Are you getting back into the workforce?
Are just needing computer basics?
We have space for you here at Northwest Branch Library.
If further information is needed call (281-890-2665) or come by the library.
Stress Free! that’s how we like it.

High Chair Corruption

A merger at Odelia Grey’s law firm has put her job in jeopardy, and her new icy-cold boss, Erica Mayfield, has it in for her. The humiliation doubles when Erica dumps her three-year-old niece with Odelia and disappears for the weekend. This adventure goes on until it is proven to be a cuddly cradle of crime.
History Mystery Book club of the Northwest Branch will be discussing, Hide & Snoop by Sue Ann Jaffarian.
 It is a great read! Come and enjoy.  Below is a link to her other books.   When: August 17th, @ 2:00 PM.