Citizenship application help available here on September 21

Constitution Day and Citizenship Day is coming up. Thinking about applying to become a citizen? BIA accredited representatives of Boat People SOS will be at the library on Wednesday, September 21 from 3 to 5 p.m. to provide free help in submitting applications. Drop by the library beforehand to pick up a questionnaire and checklist so that you know what to bring with you. Registration is required.

Name that Book Read Aloud – The Terrible Two by Mac Barnett and Jory John September 13th @ 4:30 PM [8+]

Please join us as we will be reading one of the titles from the Pasadena ISD Name That Book list to aid those who would like a head start into the reading list.

Anime Club – Attack on Titan (TV-14) September 9th @ 5 PM [13+]


“After his hometown is destroyed and his mother is killed, young Eren Jaegar vows to cleanse the earth of the giant humanoid Titans that have brought humanity to the brink of extinction.” –

Hour of Code – Scratch Project “Speed Racer” September 8th @ 4:30 PM [8+]

Hour of Code is a program brought to you by the Parker Williams Branch to help give school aged children some exposure to various computer programming languages.

Meet us in the Library Computer Lab on September 8th from 4:30 to 5:30 to get an introduction to MIT’s free programing language Scratch while creating a simple racing game named "Speed Racer."



SCORE workshop: Small business funding sources

Join SCORE Mentor and Counselor Dr. Lalitha Raman on September 17 at 10:30 a.m. for a workshop on small business financing. You will learn about the various sources of funds in the marketplace, the best place to start, what the lenders look for when reviewing a funding application and the key ingredients for success when borrowing money.

The free workshop will also cover sources of equity and how to use equity as an alternative to borrowing funds.