This month we will be showing a film from 1951, starring Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron. Kelly is a struggling artist and ex-GI in post WWII Paris. Caron is a lonely French shop girl, engaged to marry a successful entertainer unless Kelly can convince her otherwise.
Senior Classic Movie is held on the 3rd Friday of the month in the Earl Elliott Meeting Room. Come with a friend.
Did you purchase a Kindle recently? If you have a Kindle, Kindle Fire, Kindle Keyboard, Kindle Touch or Kindle Paperwhite you can download e-books from the Harris County Public Library’s Digital Media Catalog. Come to the session March 12 at 11:00 to learn how to download E-Books to your device. The Kindle demo will be held in the 2nd floor Barbara Bush Library Friends Computer Lab.
Bring your Kindle device, all cables and all passwords.
This class is now offered on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 11:00 AM. Registration is required. Call 281-376-4610. Registration opens 30 days prior to the class.
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 Research Demo on Friday, March 1 @ 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.
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 schedule. Classes presented by librarian Margaret Davis.
The Barbara Bush Branch Library would like to thank E.B.O.N.Y. for co-sponsoring the African American Read-In at the Cypress Creek Community Center. A great time was had by all. We hope you can join us next year. Also, thank you to all the authors who came this year to speak:
Crystal Allen, Anna Pearl Barrett, Chester Hicks, Leah Holder, Callie Holley, Ramos Lewis, Bianca Patterson, Byron C. Taylor, Sr., Dr. Cherrye Vasquez and Kelly Vasquez
In 2002, Annie Salinas and her sisters were the first kids to set foot in the children’s section at HCPL’s newly opened Barbara Bush Branch Library, and she credits frequent visits to the library for sparking her love of learning. That love has lead to awards for her research and design of historical exhibits including her 2008 National History Day exhibit on the San Sabá Mission that was shown at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery. She was recently presented with the Legacy Award for the Humanities by the Smithsonian and Creativity Foundation. Annie is currently a freshman at Texas A&M University.
Harris County Public Library would like to congratulate Annie on her achievements and send her our best wishes for a bright future.