You are Cordially Invited to Knit & Nosh

Knit and Nosh SocietyStarting in the Fall, Atascocita Branch Library will host a knitting group for all knitters ages 18 and over, beginners to advanced. While you learn and share the craft of knitting, you’ll enjoy wonderful treats, beverages, and society.  We would like to know when knitters wish to meet. Please take the survey below, or you can take a paper survey available at the Service Desk in the library.

 

Teens: Get Ready to Rumble @ the Video Game Jam!

This Saturday after closing, the Atascocita Library will be transformed into a video game paradise as we present the annual Video Game Jam. From 6-8pm on August 8th, teens who have completed 15 books or 1800 minutes in the Summer Reading Program will have a chance to play video games, snack on pizza, and win fabulous prizes! Registration is limited so sign up today.

Summer Reading Program Ends Soon

I can’t believe it, but the Summer Reading Club will be ending in less than one week!  The 2009 Children's Summer Reading Program is designed for kids between the ages of 0 – 12 years old. Anytime a child reads a book, or is read to it counts towards their reading goals.

You can register and log information online at http://www.hcpl.net/kidsite/summerreader.htm or visit any Harris County Public Library, and the staff will be happy to assist you.

Free Kindermusik Program

I have been working with children for 23 years, and music is one of my greatest tools! I believe that every parent needs a magic bag as well. Music is the magic wand that calm’s a fussy baby, or makes that summer road trip a little shorter.  That is why, I would like to invite you and your child to join me for a special program.  

Free Family Fun

Cows in the Library?

Ms Susan and I spend months planning for the Summer reading program. So, what happens when a presenter calls to inform us that they are not coming? Typically, we utilize alternative activities such as; storytimes, crafts and movies.

However, when the Mobile Dairy cow program was canceled, we knew we had a problem!  Many children had been talking about visiting the dairy cows for weeks, and we didn't want them to be disappointed. A puppet show was a perfect solution!