Public Scanner and Computer Equipment for the Visual-and-Hearing-Impaired

Good news! We now have a public scanner for your use on the first floor of the library. It will scan both individual and multiple sheets and you can scan your materials into our computer and email them to yourself.

The newly equipped computer is the one we used to call TOMDN28, located in the back corner of the library, and it also now has a bright yellow keyboard and software for the visually and hearing impaired.
 

Northwest Art League Members' work on Exhibit

If you need a moment of serene beauty in the pre-holiday bustle, the artwork in our meeting room will provide. Members of the Northwest Art League have hung some collages and paintings that I think you'll enjoy in Room L-129 during December. Breathe deep and enjoy!

Holiday Fun at the Library!

 Take a break from the holiday hustle and bustle and join us tomorrow (Saturday, December 12th) from 10 – 2 for some Holiday activities!  Our wonderful Friends of the Tomball Library will be having a book sale!  This is a great opportunity for you to find a wonderful book (or 2) for the reader on your Holiday list!  We’ll be serving  light refreshments, have  paper snowflakes for you to add your holiday wishes to and last but not least, Santa will be making an appearance from 12 – 2Bring the whole family and get into the holiday spirit Library style!

Tomball Library ESL Student wins City-Wide Literacy Award

Tasnuva Rahman has been named the Houston Literacy Center's 2015-2016 Student of the Year.

The announcement was made on December 2nd. 

Tasnuva has been an ESL student studying with the Tomball Community Library's ESL program. Her tutor is Mr. John Mossbarger, who has worked diligently to ensure that Tasnuva and other ESL students in the program have been successful in achieving their goals of learning English as a Second Language.

Congratulations John and Tasnuva on this wonderful achievement!

 

Teen Holiday Craft

holiday craftHey teens! Stop by and make an awesome holiday-themed craft using canvas & painted puzzle pieces! Keep it for yourself, or gift it to someone for the holidays. Don’t want to make something holiday-themed? That’s okay! Make any design you want using painted puzzle pieces. All supplies provided. For teens and tweens ages 10 and up. Meet in the first floor Meeting Room on Monday, December 7 from 1:00-2:00pm.

See you there!

For more information, call the library at 832-559-4200.