Military Personnel: Common Access Card (CAC) Reader now available here!

LSC-Tomball Community Library is proud to announce that we have acquired a Common Access Card reader or CAC reader for military personnel to use in the library so they can access the particular websites that only a Common Access Card will allow. This reader will enable active duty and reserve military to conduct online military business locally instead of having to travel to a military base/facility. With a CAC reader, a service member can access websites to do online training, check military email, create orders and travel vouchers, apply for billets, access unit sharepoint sites, and more. 

Hey, Art Explorers!

   The next stop on our artistic trek around the world is Barcelona, Spain!  Learn about the artist Gaudi and the art of Cubism on Tuesday, October 8th at 4:30 pm and Monday, October 14th at 1:00 pm!  Each session is limited to 20 children (ages 8 - 12) and registration is requiredCall the Library at 832-559-4235 to reserve your spot!

Lone Star College-Tomball 25th Anniversary

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Creative staff at the Lone Star College-Tomball Community Library are participating in a door decorating contest to kick off the Lone Star College-Tomball 25th Anniversary celebrations. Departments from all over campus have their creative juices flowing. Thanks to the library staff listed below for their creativity and hard work on this project. Our doors look awesome, so make sure you stop by the library and take a look! 

First Floor Doors (HCPL Library Staff): Brenda Maynard, Leah Curry, Krystal Schroeder, and Katherine C. Green

Second Floor Doors (LSC Library Staff): Pamela Shafer, Bobbye Silva, Alpana Sarangapani, Jill Moore, Christopher Grawl, Stephanie Riceman, Marilyn Howe, Vicki Bradley, Natalie Armantrout, and Christina Wilcher

For more pictures of our decorated doors, check out the library's Flickr page!

 

This weekend: Business Seminar and Hispanic Dancers!

On Friday, October 4th, the library is hosting the second in the Business Success Seminar series. This month we are featuring Daniel Kainer, an LSC professor and small business owner who will be introducing Amazon.com’s Fulfillment sales program. Mr. Kainer will show you had you can create and build this program to sell your own products.

On Saturday, October 5th, as part of Hispanic Heritage month, the Tierra de Mis Raíces Dancers will perform dances from a number of Latin American countries—and then they will teach us how to dance with them. That’s at 1 p.m. in the library lobby. 

ESL Tutor Training September 28

At LSC-Tomball Community Library, requests for help in mastering the English language are ongoing. People attempting English for the first time and veterans who want to improve their grammar, reading, writing, or accent keep inquiring; so we try to match these eager adult learners with a volunteer tutor.

Are you interested in becoming a volunteer tutor? You don’t need skills in another language and you don’t need to be an expert. We’re having a training day on Saturday, September 28, from 9 a.m. to 12:30, at the Barbara Bush Library on Cypresswood. So now would be a good time to sign up. Call us at 832-559-4200.