Local Houston History-Olivewood Cemetery Talk

Olivewood CemeteryWednesday February 6, 12:00pm

Please join us in welcoming Margott Williams, who will be talking to us about the history of Olivewood Cemetery.  Located near a bend of White Oak Bayou, Olivewood Cemetery is the city’s first incorporated African American cemetery.  Ms. Williams will talk about the past, present and future of the cemetery, why it is important to save the cemetery, and give some history of those buried there.
Bring a brown bag lunch if you like.

Computer Classes at WU in February

Sign up for a free computer class in February.  Call us at 713-668-8273, if  you would like to register for a class.

Computer Basics Pt 1, 2/5, at 2:00 pm - Computer Basics Pt 2, at 3:30 pm

Beginner Email Pt 1, 2/12, at 2:00 pm-Beginner Email Pt 1, at 3:30 pm

Beginner Email Pt 2, 2/19, at 2:00 pm-Beginner Email Pt 2, at 3:30 pm

Beginner Word, 2/26, at 2:00 pm-Intermediate Word, at 3:30 pm

Favorite Book

favorite bookOne of our most recent members of the West University Library (and my daughter), enjoys her favorite book, I am a Bunny.  Melina also likes reading The Wheels on the Bus, and Pat the Bunny. 

West University Book Club-Selection for February 6

The Sun Also RisesTitle to be discussed: The Sun Also Rises, by Ernest Hemingway.  Wednesday February 6, at 11AM.  Review:"The quintessential novel of the Lost Generation, The Sun Also Rises is one of Ernest Hemingway's masterpieces and a classic example of his spare but powerful writing style.

Unusual holiday music at story time

   Children and parents were treated to unusual holiday music at story time.  Customer Leo Sacchi, brought his musical garden hose to entertain children while they worked on a craft after story time.  He played the hose as he would a french horn.