The Science Alive project for Tuesday, October 13th, will be “Float Your Boat”. We will be building our own boats and experimenting with what floats, what sinks, and why. So ahoy all you little sailors ages 7 to 12 years; bring ashore all your ideas and questions. We will be setting sail in the activity room at 4:30 P.M. sharp.


Free Microchipping For Pets!

Calling all Humble pet owners!!! There will be a free microchip program at the Humble Civic Center Arena on Sunday, October 11, 2009.  A local women's generous bequest allows the City of Humble to offer this program at the Home for the Holidays Pet Adopt-a-thon.  The chips are free for Humble residents who bring a pet and identification to prove their residencey in Humble proper. Non- Humble residents in surrounding communities are also invited and can get their pets chipped for just $10. The event will run from 10 am - 5 pm.  For any further information, you can call Tammy @ 713-320-1108


The Ssssummer Reading Ssssnake

This is a friendly reminder to all you Ssssummer Readers that participated in making parts to our Ssssummer Reading Ssssnake.  Your pieces of art are now located at the Children's Librarian desk waiting to be claimed by the original artissssst.  They will be available through Ssssaturday, October 24th.  After that, they will sssslither away forever.  Thank you all for doing such a ssssuper job on your ssssnake pieces!

Author Book Signing!

On Saturday, September 26, 2009, the Friends of the Octavia Fields Library are happy to sponsor a pre-market sale and signing of the book, The Best for Last : One Woman's Unusual Tale of Life and Love by Paulette Meeks, a local author.  Ms. Meeks was a teacher for over 43 years, and also served for 28 years as a Daughter of Charity, doing missionary work. Her last 4 years of teaching were at Lakeland Elementary School  in Humble.  The sale and signing will be from 3 - 4 pm, in the main library.