Great Books Discussion

The Great Books Discussion Group will meet in the WCR Conference Room. The Group meets on the third Monday of each month from 7:00--8:45 pm.  This month they will meet on December 17.  Please call Ed Boran at 281-353-1450 for information.  The title for this month is The Spirit of Capitalism by Max Weber.

Genealogical Research Database Demo

Come and Explore HeritageQuest and Ancestry.com on Friday, December 7 @ 11:00 am in the computer lab at the Barbara Bush Branch Library.  This class is now offered once a month.  Call for the schedule.  These classes are popular so registration is required.  You can register by going online to www.hcpl.net or calling 281-376-4610.  Registration opens 30 days before class.

Open House, Saturday, December 1

Community Open HouseYou are invited!!  The Barbara Bush Library will celebrate its 10th anniversary in its new building with an Open House for the community on Saturday, December 1, from 2:00 - 4:00pm in the Earl Elliott Room. Refreshments will be served by the Barbara Bush Library Friends, with support from Rockfish Seafood Grill, Bullrito's, HEB, and Kroger's. Musical entertainment is provided by Strack and Doerre Intermediate Schools, the Happy Fiddlers from Symphony North Houston, and a quartet from Christian Youth Theatre. Holiday films and crafts are planned for children in the Robin Bush Activity Room. Please join us!

 

Seniors 60+ Computer Help

Are you 60+ and having trouble getting started with a computer?  Drop in to the Senior Help Session at the Barbara Bush Branch Library Friends Computer Lab on the first and third Tuesday of each month.  Our volunteer, Patsy will be here from 10:00 am to Noon to give you some assistance.  No registration required.  Meet other seniors and share your computer experiences.  The library is at 6817 Cypresswood Drive in Spring.

Robin Bush Video

The ChPortrait of Robin Bishildren's Activity Room at the Barbara Bush Library is named for Robin Bush, the 3-year old daughter of George and Barbara Bush who died of childhood leukemia over 60 years ago. This video, aired on the Today Show on November 20, tells Robin's story and also shares the hope for a cure that has resulted from decades of research into this disease.