Workforce Solutions Job Hunting Series

The Workforce Job Search Seminar Series will continue in November.  On November 17th at 1:30 the topic will be "Creating a  Resume," select the best resume format for you and develop an objective or summary statement for your  resume. Come and learn how to highlight your skills to interest an employer.

Patriotic Movie in Honor of Veteran's Day - Friday, November 11

In honor of Veteran's Day, Friday, November 11, the Barbara Bush Branch Library will show a patriotic movie for Senior Classic Movie Morning. The movie from 1943 stars Claudette Colbert and Paulette Goddard. It is the true story of Army nurses who are assigned to Hawaii in 1941. After the attack on Pearl Harbor, they are then sent to Bataan in the Philippines.

The movie will be shown in the Earl Elliott Room at 10:00 am. Come and enjoy the movie and some treats, and help us honor the Vets.

 

 

Lalique and Art Glass of the 19th and 20th Centuries presented by Tim Novak

 René Lalique, Coupe Anvers [Anvers Bowl], designed March 21, 1930, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, The Rienzi Collection, gift of Mr. and Mrs. Harris Masterson III, 97.1560

 

Tuesday, November 8 at 6:30 Tim Novak, director of the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts, will present a lecture on Lalique and Art Glass  of the 19th and 20th Centuries at the Pearl Fincher Museum of Fine Arts.

Tim Novak did his graduate work in art glass. He has organized over 70 exhibitions to date on glass and American art.

Workforce Solutions Job Hunting Series

The Workforce Job Search Seminar series will continue in November.  On November 3rd at 1:30 the topic will be " Evaluating Your Skills and Making a Job Search Plan."  Come and learn how to highlight your skills  to interest an employer.

Native American Artist Exhibit at the Library

The Barbara Bush Branch library is honored to have an exhibit from the Garden of the Dragonfly Gallery in Old Town Spring. The exhibit features three artists, Dani Palmierie-Shafer, Yvonne Denbina, and Mary Chimarusti.Mary Chimarusti - Painted Native American Drum

Here I am featuring Mary Chimarusti.

"Inspired by her life's experiences, world travels, music, photography, and spiritual studies, Mary has taken her visions and placed them on canvas. She is a self-taught artist who depends on her visions and inner-most emotions to create her art. A master storyteller, her canvas is her voice."