Creepy Mad Science Laboratory!

Hey kids!  Come to the Children's Area on Thursday, October 19th at 5:00 pm for Creepy Mad Science LaboratoryHave creepy fun and conduct ghoulish, gross experiments.  This is a FREE program for children ages 7 - 12.  Call 832-559-4235 to register! 

"What we remember - what we forgot - and what we never knew."

Join Harris County Public Library in its support of the PBS airing of The Vietnam War. This is a ten-part,18-hour documentary film series directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. In an immersive 360-degree narrative, Burns and Novick tell the epic story of the Vietnam War as it has never before been told on film. Libraries around the county will offer public screenings and share the stories of this tumultuous time period with programs and presentations.

Teen Computer Classes!

Every month, our technology trainer holds computer classes for teens ages 10-18.  This month he will be teaching 3 Google classes.  The classes are taught in small groups in our computer lab by our experienced technical guru, Loyd Huhn. He can help you master Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides so that your next school assignment looks slick and professional! Register for these FREE classes through our website or call us at 832-559-4200 to reserve your spot.

  • Google Docs for Teens
  • Wednesday, October 11 at 4pm in the Community Computer Lab, L216
  • Learn to navigate Google Docs and use the basic functions to make professional looking documents. 
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  • Google Slides for Teens
  • Wednesday, October 18 at 4pm in the Community Computer Lab, L216
  • Learn to navigate Google Slides and use the basic functions to make professional looking presentations. 
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  • Google Sheets for Teens
  • Tuesday, October 24 at 4pm in the Community Computer Lab, L216
  • Learn to navigate Google Sheets and use the basic functions to make professional looking spreadsheets. 
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Celebrate Teen Read Week!

 Calling all teens! Join us on Thursday, October 12th at 5pm in Room L129 for a storytelling hour in celebration of Teen Read Week.  You are invited to read from an original story or poem or bring an excerpt of your favorite to share aloud.  We’ll have book giveaways and snacks.  Meet other readers and pick up a library card while you are here. Make sure to visit our awesome display to learn all about this years nominees. And, don't forget to vote for your favorite by accessing this link. For more information, call the Library at 832-559-4200.

Upcoming Book Clubs

autumn booksInterested in joining a book club? I guarantee we have one to fit your reading niche. Each month, we have book clubs for adults, teens and children that meet to discuss books in a variety of genres. Each of our 7 book clubs (yes, that’s right – 7!) is open to new members, so take a look at the list below to see what they are reading next. If you find a book club you are interested in joining, stop by the library and see if we have a copy of the book on hand!

Book Clubs for Adults:

Paranormal Book Club on Monday, 10/9 @ 6:30pm: Stars of Fortune by Nora Roberts
Inspirational Book Club on Thursday, 10/12  @ 7:00pm: The Second Half by Lauraine Snelling
Mystery Book Club on Thursday, 10/26 @ 1:00pm: The Poacher’s Son by Paul Doiron
After Austen Book Club on Monday, 10/30 @ 7:00pm: The Madwoman Upstairs by Catherine Lowell
Afternoon Book Discussion on Tuesday, 11/7 @ 3:00pm: The Book of Unknown Americans by Christina Henríquez

Book Club for Teens (Ages 13-18):

Homeschool Book Club on Monday, 10/16 @ 1:00pm: Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

Book Club for Children (Ages 8-12):

Chapter Chats on Tuesday, 11/7 @ 5:00pm: The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop by Kate Saunders

For more information about any of these book clubs, call the library at 832-559-4200.

Flickr CC: books Photo by: Elena Savelyeva