End of Summer Celebration!

Families may join the End of Summer Party on Tuesday, August 3rd from 2:00 - 4:00 pm.  Since, the program will be held outside, you do not need tickets to participate. 

In the event of inclement weather we will show a movie and reschedule the program for a later date.

P.s. The last day of the Summer Reading program is August 7th...Don't forget to turn in your Summer Reading logs.

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Pokemon Club for Kids: Thursday, July 29th @ 4:00 pm

Children ages 7 to 10 years old are invited to join our Pokémon Club!  
This meeting will be a great opportunity to meet other players and share ideas.  Please bring you Nintendo DS, trading cards, books and anything else that you would like to discuss....

Artist Studio for Kids: Monday, Aug. 2nd @ 3:30 pm

Tweens and children are invited to join our Artist Studio on Monday, August 2nd. This will be a great opportunity to explore and create using various art materials. Space is limited.

Tickets are free and provided 30 minutes before the program. Children attending the program must be able to do so without an adult. We recommend that parents remain in the library in case your child needs you.

  

 

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Scenes and Screens Drama Troup: Monday, July 26th at 3:30 pm and 7:00 pm.

Children may join us for an afternoon of high drama, rousing comedy and puppets. Teen members, from the Scenes and Screens Drama Troup, will presents a play written specifically for the children of the Atascocita Library. Each work is based on famous folk or fairytale.

When: 7/26/2010 at 3:30 pm and 7:00 pm.

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Birds, Reptiles and Amphibians - Oh my!!!!

HATCH!-Houston Audubon Society: Tuesday, July 27th @ 3:30 pm

Chickens are not the only animals that hatch from eggs! Our friend and special guest, Mary Anne Weber, will visit the library to share stories and songs about all the amazing animals that hatch from eggs.  Younger audiences, particularly pre-school age, will enjoy learning about biology and the world in which they live. Ms Weber also will bring a few friends of her own to share with the children. Is anyone willing to guess what type of animals may be visiting the library...I gave you a few hints at the top of this blog.

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