Journaling at the Library

Need motivation to write your life story? Join this beginner’s group. Monday, April 21@ 3:30 pm—WCR conference room. No right or wrong way. You can jot down ideas and write from those, or just come and listen.  Address: 6817 Cypresswood Drive in Spring.

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Beginning French with Marie to take a Break for the Summer

 

The beginning French class that is held at noon on Fridays will be taking a break for the summer.

The last class for this spring will be April 25  - 12:00-1:30. Marie, the volunteer instructor, says the class will resume in September.
 
There will be no class on Friday, April 18 - Good Friday. The library will be closed.
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Read-A-Thon This Saturday

Children Being Read To--Photo Courtesy of Jupiter ImagesThis Saturday the Barbara Bush Branch Library will host Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women as they hold their Read-A-Thon. Guest readers will read books continuously throughout the day. Every twenty minutes the topics will change. They will range from Spring Into Spring to Texas and the Wild, Wild, West.

The reading starts at 10am and will wind down just before we close at 5pm. You’ll also get a chance to meet authors Warren Hanson and Kathryn Friesen.

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Workforce Solutions Job Search Seminars

Workforce Solutions will continue to offer semi-monthly Job Search Seminars at the Barbara Bush Branch Library. The seminars will be held from 1:30-3:30 in the Robin Bush Activity room on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month. Come and learn how to search for a job more effectively and learn how to make the most of your skills.
April 10 – Creating your resumes, completing applications, writing cover letters.
The address is 6817 Cypresswood Drive in Spring.  (281) 376-4610.
 

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Young Adult Intern Wanted at the Library

Barbara Bush Library Friends are happy to announce that they will sponsor a new summer intern position at the library! 

The Young Adult Services Summer Intern position is a 20 hour a week temporary position created to aid the Young Adult Librarian in running the Teen Summer Reading Program during June and July. This year’s Teen Summer Reading Program contains over 50 programs for teens ages 12-18.  Programs run the gamut from movie days to craft events, martial arts workshops to a first-ever teen overnight Lock-In.  The new Intern will aid in the set up, execution and tear down of teen programs as well as encourage teens to sign up for summer events.

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