Giddy Up, Camel?!?

camelLooking for something fun and unconventional to do this Spring Break? Why not come to the library and go on a camel ride? Yes, that's right. Thanks to the Friends of the Northwest Library, on Monday, March 12th at 3:00 PM, the library will have an actual camel, ready to ride! Stay for crafts, meet Menchie and experience other Spring Break fun! 

Recycled Plastic Bottle Flowers Craft for Adults

Bottle DumpDon't dump the bottles! Turn them into something beautiful. Come and find out how to make a bouquet of flowers from  old bottles! Craft starts at 12:00 noon on March 6th. Please note this will be our last Adult Craft Class for awhile. Don't miss out! 

The Hunger Games Madness

Read an eBook! Week is March 4th-10th!

Have you been meaning to try reading one of those eBooks everyone's been talking about on your iPad?  Do you read books regularly on your eReader, but you're tired of coughing up all of the dough to do so?  Do you have a brand new reader and no idea where to start? 

Let us help!

In celebration of Read an eBook Week, which runs this year from March 4th-10th, on Saturday, March 10th,  the Northwest Library will have two of our Tech Tutors on hand, offering one-on-one sessions all day (10am to 5pm), advising you on how to check eBooks out from our Digital Media Catalog to your digital device.

Bring your own device in, or learn with one of ours.  And don't fret:  with the recent addition of over 500 new titles, there's surely something in our Digital Media Catalog for everyone.

Get on the Bus! FREE trip to the Museum of Fine Arts!

MuseumOn Saturday, March 17th, a charter bus will pick up the first 50 people and take us to the Museum of Fine Arts. We will have free admission upon arrival! No driving, parking or admission hassles; just fine family fun!
Library Departure - 9:30 AM
MFAH Arrival - 10:30 AM
MFAH Departure - 1:15 PM
Library Arrival - 2:15 PM
All are welcome to attend. Spaces are limited. First come, first seat! Tickets will be issued starting at 9:00 AM. Parental supervision is required for under 18.