Healthy Snacks to Make Yourself

Children can learn to make some healthy snacks at a program Wednesday June 15 at 3 PM.  We'll have supplies available to make ants on a log, apple slices for dipping and trail mix.  There will be peanuts involved in 2 of the snacks. For those people with peanut allergies, we will offer a peanut-free alternative.

 

This program is for children ages 5 to 12 years and will be upstairs in the children's section.

Children's Chess Club

    The Children's Chess Club on Tuesdays has moved to 2 - 3 PM upstairs in the Children's section of the West University Library.  Each meeting will start with some instruction from an expert competitive chess player who is a Rice University student. No prior experience is necessary. 
The chess club is open to children ages 5 years and up.

 

Monty the Magician comes to West University Library

Wednesday June 8 at 3 PM, join us for a great Magic Show starring Monty the Magician.  This will start off our summer reading program.  This program will be at the Senior Center Auditorium, next door to the Library.

Book Discussion Group - Mockingbird Next Door

           

  Join the West U book discussion group Wednesday May 4 at 11 AM for a discussion of the book The Mockingbird Next Door, by Marja Mills.  Author Mills sought an interview with the reclusive author Harper Lee. Over the years the 2 women became friends.  The Mockingbird Next Door brings Harper Lee and her world to full life.

The book discussion group meets at the Senior Center next door to the Library.

West University Book Group-April 6

cutting for stonePlease join us to discuss Cutting for Stone, by Abraham Verghese.  

Wednesday, April 6, at 11 a.m.

“A marvel of a first novel. Verghese’s generosity of spirit is beautifully embodied in this gripping family saga that brings mid-century Ethiopia to vivid life. The practice of medicine is like a spiritual calling in this book, and the unforgettable people at its center bring passion and nobility—not to mention humor and humility—to the ancient art, while living an unforgettable story of love and betrayal and forgiveness. It’s wonderful.” —Ann Packer