Be that One in a Million

Project Mill-E LogoThis weekend is the perfect time to bring your tablet or smartphone to our eMedia class and learn how to download free content with your library card. The Harris County Public Library just announced its latest project know as, Project Mill-E. One million checkouts is nothing to sneeze at and you could be a part of it!

The class begins on Saturday, April 02, at 10:00 AM. Just visit our information desk and we'll show you where to go. Bring your devices!

Special Holiday Hours Next Week

Easter LilyFor the Easter holiday the Northwest Branch Library will be closing at 5:00 PM on Thursday, March 24. The branch will remain closed until 1:00 PM on Monday, March 28.

Don't forget you can always access our eMedia, even when we are closed. Just visit our eBranch.

Spring Break is Coming!

Plate of Candy SushiWhat will you be doing during Spring Break this year? Why not join us for some special programming.

Teens will be gathering to watch some new and classic Anime, while working on Japanese themed crafts and projects. Candy sushi, anyone?

Kids can enjoy a special movie event (Hint: It has a cool dog and his best bird pal) or be entertained by Carranza Puppets. Babies will get a special visit from Gymboree.

Adults, drop in on our book club and pick up the title for next month. Stop by for some knitting, drawing, and coloring too.

Visit our calendar to get details about dates and times. Some events are ticketed and have age limits. You’ll want to check that too.

Don’t miss this opportunity to discover new things and meet new people. Spend Spring Break at the library with so much to do!

Teen Tech Week Continues with Bristle Bots

Teen Tech Week continues today with Bristle Bots, small robots made from a toothbrush. Learn simple engineering skills and then race the bots, winning prizes. You'll also customize the bots and take them home with you. For ages 12 and up. No registration is required. We'll start at 4:00 PM.

Teen Tech Week

Teen Tech Week 2016 LogoThis year’s Teen Tech Week is all about making! The rise of new technologies means kids can 3D print, repurpose, and craft from all kinds of materials. Knowledge of coding and technology is becoming more and more important, but so is problem-solving, creativity, and flexibility. 

On Tuesday, March 8, teens can use the LEGO WeDo kits to make their own bots. They’ll be given instructions to create a LEGO bot of their own, and they’ll use the WeDo software to program it. They’ll also get to play with Scratch, a programming language designed by MIT, to interface with the bots, allowing them to step into a broader field of programming.

The program starts at 4:00 PM and is for ages 12 and up. No registration is required for the events. For more information, contact Ellen at 281-890-2665.