Celebrate Creative African American Thinkers!

Lone Star College-Tomball Community Library decided to do a slight twist on our Black History Month display.  Laura Matson, Circulation Assistant, and Kathy Green, Circulation Supervisor, wanted to focus on some lesser known inventors in Black History.  What would we do without the pencil sharpener or laser eye surgery for cataracts?

Go on a Blind Date with a Book!

blind date displayFeeling adventurous this Valentine’s Day? Stop by our new display full of wrapped presents and go on a blind date with a book! Pick the mystery present that appeals to you, check it out still wrapped, then see what adult fiction novel it contains. But don’t worry! If the blind date isn’t to your taste you can always end it early and try again.

We hope you enjoy your blind date with a book!

Sssssssssnakes, thissssss Sssssssaturday!

SssssnakesCome one, come all! This Sssssssaturday we will be celebrating the Year of the Snake. We will be serving up some goodies from Panda Express, making crafts to bring in the Lunar New Year and learning all about this year's honoree, the ssssssnake! Live snakes will be the highlight of the celebration! Meet us in the lobby of the library at 1:00pm. That's when the fun will ssssssstart! Sssssssee you there!

February Book Club Selections

Here’s what the book club participants are reading in February. Come join a club and meet some people who like to read the same kinds of books that you do.

Afternoon Book Club (1st Tuesday, 3 pm): Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows
Paranormal Book Club (2nd Monday, 7 pm): Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
Inspirational Book Club (2nd Thursday, 7 pm): One Mountain Away by Emilie Richards
Tween Homeschool Book Club (3rd Monday, 1 pm): The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place
Non-Fiction Book Club (3rd Tuesday, 2 pm): Night by Elie Wiesel
History Book Club (4th Tuesday, 7 pm): The Whiskey Rebellion by William Hogeland
After Austen Book Club (Last Monday, 7 pm): Garden Spells by Sarah Addison Allen
Mystery Book Club (4th Thursday, 1 pm): Crooked Letter, Crooked Letter by Tom Franklin

Muril Wilson exhibition in Room L 129

Muril Wilson is an award winning artist and former President of the Tomball Art League. She’s been painting ever since, as a young adult, the Teton Mountains took her breath away. Born in Bellmead, a suburb of Waco, her travels back and forth to visit her folks take her through the little town of Calvert where she’s in love with their historic buildings. To date she’s painted twenty-two of them, many of them bought by the building owners. This month she is displaying some of those Calvert paintings as well as other Texas scenes and events. See them in Room L 129.