Yoga Classes at the Barbara Bush Library

 

Barbara Bush Library has two Yoga Classes during the week.

Certified yoga instructor, Linda Popinksi, offers Yoga for Stress Relief class every Thursday from 12:00-1:00 in the Earl Elliott Room. Both men and women are welcome. 

Volunteer, Rosa, offers a Yoga class every Friday from 2:30-3:30 in the Robin Bush Activity Room.

Barbara Bush Branch Library is at 6817 Cypresswood Drive in Spring, Texas. Bring your own yoga mat and a beach towel.

French With Leila on Wednesdays

Come and join the intermediate-advanced French class on Wednesdays from 1:00-2:30 pm with our volunteer, Leila.

 

This is not  a beginner class. These students have been studying for awhile and will practice conversing in French.

 

Bridging Cultures Program

The Barbara Bush Library is offering a series of programs this fall related to a grant that the library has received from the Calligraphic designAmerican Library Association and the National Endowment for the Humanities entitled "Bridging Cultures: Muslim Journeys." On Saturday, November 2, at 1:30pm, the topic will be "The Abrahamic Faith: the Muslim Perspective."  Representatives from the Islamic Society of Greater Houston and the local Al Salaam Mosque will present basic information about Islam and answer questions. This is a free event for all adults. Refreshments will be served.  You can read more about the grant at this link.

Let's Learn With Music

This Tuesday we thought we will not do our traditional Preschool Story time. What!!! You say! Oh don’t worry because we have something special for you all. We have Kindermusik coming to Barbara Bush Branch Library to do a program for us. It will be a little early than usual though. 

 

Meet the Author—Jenn Langston

Author Jenn LangstonWe are a week closer to I Want to Write a Book, Now What? so that means it is time to meet another author—Jenn Langston.

Jenn Langston is a writer and lover of historical romances. While sitting in the Texas heat, her mind resides overseas in London in the 1800s. Her first e-book, His Perfect Bride, has enjoyed constant sales and lead to a contract for the second book in the series. His Perfect Game will be released as an e-book in December of this year. When not writing, Jenn can be seen reading books or chasing her three kids around in the backyard.

With Jenn’s series being in e-book format, she should have some wonderful insight on this fairly new method of publishing. You will not want to miss out!