Thank you for your Patronage.

At this time the Baldwin Boettcher Staff would like to thank you for using our library services.  If you do not use the library, please come in and get a calendar of events or go on-line to check all the events that are happening at our branch.  The year has flown by and we have entertained, hopefully dazzled and given new hope to the low economy.  This next year, 2010, promises to hold even more potential for those in need of free services, programs and just some place to come hang your hat.  Remember to take advantage of our hold system.  If our library does not have it in stock, please feel free to request it from another branch.  Need something for your child or teen to participate in; feel free to come attend one of our programs.  Keep you eye out for the increase in Saturday programming for the upcoming year. 

New Year Reading

I'm making a short list of five classic novels I want to read sometime in 2010.....

Holiday Cheer!

Frosty the SnowmanDid the snow last week put you in a jolly mood and start you thinking of the North Pole? We won't promise a winter wonderland, but if you stop by the Baldwin Boettcher Branch this Saturday, December 12, between 1:00 and 3:00 PM, we're sure you'll get a hearty taste of holiday cheer at our annual open house. On hand will be festive live music by Kevin Groover and Ivan Collins, and lots of delicious treats and goodies. We'll have a seasonal craft suitable for all ages, so bring your creative spirit. We look forward to seeing you!
 

Do you know someone who wants to learn English?

Starting on January 7th ESL classes will start for beginning English speakers at the Baldwin Boettcher Branch Library. These are weekly classes for adults who want to learn English. Class size is limited. Sign up at the service desk or call 281-821-1320. The classes will be held Thursdays from 1:00pm to 3:00 pm in the Library Meeting Room. Sign up! It will be fun and it is free!

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Baldwin Boettcher Branch -- Evening Book Club

The TrialTitle to be discussed:  Franz Kafka's classic novel, The Trial.  Date of meeting:  Monday, January 4, 2010, at 6:30 PM.  Summary:  The terrifying tale of Josef K., a respectable bank officer who is suddenly and inexplicably arrested and must defend himself against a charge about which he can get no information.