Merlyn and the Dragon

A dragon is terrorizing the kingdom (actually, he has a toothache)! With the help of the children and a little magic, maybe Merlyn can fix things before the kingdom is toast!

Join the fun on Tuesday, June 9 at 3:00 p.m.

The program is for children ages 5-11 years (child must be able to sit through the program without an adult; seating is limited).

Tickets are free and will be available 30 minutes prior to the program.



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Marsha's Petting Zoo







It's a goat! It's a donkey! It's Marsha's Petting Zoo!

Join the fun on Tuesday, June 2 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and meet all the animals visiting Spring Branch-Memorial Library! A great kick-off to Summer Reading Program!

This free program is open to all ages. In the event of rain, program will be rescheduled.

June Computer Classes

Laptop handJoin us for computer classes in June and improve your technology skills!  This month we are offering:

Beginner Email Part 2—June 11
Beginner Word 2013—June 18
Intermediate Word 2013—June 25

All sessions are scheduled for Thursdays from 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm.

Sign up at the Information Desk or call 713-464-1633.

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Memorial Day Weekend Library Hours

Memorial DayWe will be open on Saturday, May 23, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. We will be closed on Sunday and Monday, May 24-25.  We will reopen on Tuesday, May 26 at 10:00 am.


We wish you a peaceful Memorial Day!

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Spring Branch-Memorial Library--The Page Turners

Mark Twain"To get the right word in the right place is a rare achievement."

Title to be discussed: any novel by Mark Twain.  Date of meeting: Tuesday, June 9, 6:30pm.  The time has come to either dust off one of your childhood favorites or venture into the less-known writings of Mark Twain.  During their next meeting, the Page Turners will discuss several of his novels and compare their plot and style.  Come and see if the great American writer has really killed most of his adjectives.