Find Out Who Your Ancesters Were - Genealogy Database Demo

Climbing your family tree to do some family history research? Need to consult the U.S. Census? Come and learn how to use HeritageQuest and Ancestry.com at our Genealogy Research Database Demo on Friday, November 8 @ 11:00 AM in the Barbara Bush Library Friends Computer Lab.


These classes are popular so registration is required. You can register by going online to www.hcpl.net or by calling the library at 281-376-4610.  The address is 6817 Cypresswood Drive in Spring.


We are now offering Genealogical Research one Friday a month at 11:00 AM. The date varies. Registration for each class opens 30 days prior to the class. Please call for the schedule. Classes presented by librarian Margaret Davis.

If You Want To Be Happier... Come To Toddler Time

 

Have an active toddler? A little one who is hard to please perhaps? I think we can help you here. Bring them to Toddler Time. We have three different times when you can bring your toddlers here and some have fun with them and watch them having fun too. Join us on Wednesdays at 10 AM and Thursdays at 10 AM and 11 AM in the Earl Elliot Room.

We also hold a huge collection of adorable early reader books and picture books. Just to give you an idea, here’s a couple of them.

Meet the Author—Janet Nash

Janet NashIt is our pleasure to introduce to you another author who will be participating in our panel discussionJanet Nash.

Janet Nash is a Cypress, Texas resident and a member of Romance Writers of America.  She is the Business Manager of a church in Spring, TX where she and her husband also run a youth activity program called, Friday Nite Live! He debut novel, Powerless Consent, blends the romance, suspense, and inspirational genres to create a story that pushes a fifty-something married couple to the brink of disaster who must overcome insurmountable odds to not only salvage their marriage but to survive the evil machinations of a mastermind criminal.

Don’t forget. We’ll be meeting Saturday, November 9, at 11 a.m. in the Earl Elliott Room. No registration is necessary. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet some authors and gain some insight.

Knitting/Crocheting/Conversation Group meets at the Library

Knowledge Exchange – Fridays all year –Join us for this knitting, crocheting, and conversation group. The group meets in the Earl Elliott Meeting Room from 2:30-4:30 PM. Bring your own projects or use our yarn to make lap blankets for veterans at the V.A. Hospital and chemo caps for M.D. Anderson patients. 

We also continue to knit or crochet 8" squares in any pattern.They will be used for children who are HIV positive overseas. When we send blankets they get stolen at customs, but the squares will get through and the women in the country can sew them together to make an afghan. This is a great project for beginners.  Please bring your own hook or needles.  Come and join the fun.

 

Halloween Horror Show for Teens

 

 

 

Halloween Horror Show for teens:  October 31 @ 6:30

Come and share a fright with your friends as you watch an Alfred Hitchcock Classic.

Snacks and screams provided!