Romance is in the air!

Valentines is one of my favorite holidays.  No time off but lots of romance, love and special gifts.  Keep watch for all the wonderfully exciting programming the library will present during this month.  Make sure you look at the events calendar for Baldwin Boettcher to see if you need to register for the program, if it is a ticketed program or if showing up will work.  All the events will note if you must register or if it is ticketed.  If in doubt, call us at 281-821-1320 and we will help you with this information or get you signed up for the program.  Looking forward to seeing you in the library no matter what age as we have programming for babies to adults.

Infant Story Time

We are trying a new time for the working mothers and caregivers that can not attend our baby story time during the work week.  Please try to attend our lapsit on Saturday, Jan 23rd.  It is a wonderful chance to share your babies with others and actually talk to adults while the babies play and explore the books and toys in the room.  The moms, babies and story time provider will sing, read books and have a terrific time.  So join us for a new experience or an old one that will entertain your small bundles of joy.  We will see you at 10:30 am on Saturday, Jan 23rd and every other Saturday at the same time.  See you there!

Baldwin Boettcher Branch -- El Club De Literatura Hispana

Un grito desesperadoTitle to be discussed: Un grito desesperado by Carlos Cuauhtemoc Sanchez. Date of meeting: Tuesday, February 23, at 6:00 PM. This is a bilingual book club.

Worried about your upcoming job interview?

You can ease your fears by attending the “Job Interviewing Seminar “ offered at the Baldwin Boettcher Library on Wednesday, January 17, 2010 at 2:00 to 4:00 pm.
You will learn how to ace the interview in this free program with Josie Toth, facilitator with Workforce Solutions. Please register at the library or call 281-821-1320.

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Harris County Libraries Serve as Warming Centers

Residents seeking shelter from the frigid temperatures can head to their local library.  All 25 Harris County branch libraries will open at 9 am on Friday, January 8 and Saturday, January 9 to serve as warming centers for the public. 

Closing hours will vary depending on the branch.