Classic Movie Morning

On Friday, March 9, Classic Movie Morning will show a film from 1944 starring Cary Grant. "An easy going drama critic discovers that his kind and gentle Aunts Abby and Martha have a bizarre habit of poisoning gentlemen callers and burying them in the cellar."  The movie is scheduled to start at 10:00 am in the Earl Elliott Meeting Room on the first floor. Come and enjoy the movie.

Read an eBook Week March 4-10, 2012

One-time joint session with Senior Computer Help and Read an eBook.

Tuesday, March 6 @ 10 am--12 pm

Help with your computer questions and your e-book reader. Bring your Nook, Kindle or IPad.

March is Women's History Month

March is Women's History Month,and it's a great time to reflect on all of the ways that women have left their mark on the world. A fun way to learn and celebrate women in history is through the movies, whether you're watching biographies on iconic women, or learning about their struggles through documentaries and historic films. The website lists 50 movies and documentaries celebrating women and their history.

Here are a few available in the HCPL online catalog:

Amelia

Amelia Earhart, the young aviatrix who won the Distinguished Flying Cross for being the first woman pilot to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.

 

 

Great Books Discussion Group Meets at the Library

The Great Books Discussion Group meets at the Barbara Bush Branch Library on Monday, February 20 in the WCR Conference Room on the 2nd floor. The group meets the 3rd Monday of each month from 7:00-8:45 PM. The book selection for February is On Evil by Moses Maimonides. Please call Ed Boran for more information about this book discussion group (281) 353-1450. The March selection is The Iliad by Homer.

Youngest Library Cardholder!

Quentin Macala Get His Own Library CardLibrary customers are getting younger every day! In January, staff at the Barbara Bush Library were pleased to welcome Quentin Macala, son of Gina and Josh, who came to the library at 8 days old to get his own library card! His parents obviously know the importance of getting a young reader off to an early start!! Mom Gina is a former shelving assistant at the library, so young Quentin has a built-in fan club among the staff.