Barbara Bush Library Friends Annual Meeting Monday, May 13@7:00 pm

The speaker for the Annual Meeting will be Carole Little, author of the memoir, Cutting the Strings. Little’s desire to make a difference in the world took her to a refuge camp on the Thai/Lao border where she taught and served as a missionary for more than a year. After traveling throughout Asia, she later accepted a position in Mexico to participate in a teaching exchange program. She stayed six years.

She is currently the President and CEO of Northwest Assistance Ministries.
Her book is a tale of hope, courage and perseverance and serves as a validation to all who contribute the time, talents and treasure to help others.

Bridging Cultures: Muslim Journeys

The first program in our NEH/ALA grant series entitled “Bridging Cultures: Muslim Journeys” has been set for Saturday, May 4 at 1:30 PM.

It will include a discussion of the book "Prince Among Slaves" by Terry Alford. This book is the true story of an African prince sold into slavery in the south. Portions of a documentary video providing background for the book will be shown.

This event will partner the Barbara Bush Library Afternoon Book Club with the Between the Lines Book Club, and the Baitus Samee Mosque on Spears Road.
The public is invited to attend.
 

 

Free Computer Classes at the Barbara Bush Branch Library

Dave Smith, computer instructor, will be teaching seven different computer classes at the library in April and May. The classes are Computer Basics, Introduction to the Internet, Email, MS Word, MS Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher.

Social Media For Business Seminars by Constant Contact

Monday, April 22 - 6:30-8:30
The Power of E-Mail Marketing
Register

This free workshop will show you how to turn e-mail into a powerful business tool. It will cover the strategies and best practices needed to get the most out of your social media activities, including time management, measuring the return of your activities, and learning the essential elements of growing your business using the power of e-mail marketing.

 

Workforce Solutions Job Search Seminars

Workforce Solutions will continue with their Job Search Seminars in the Barbara Bush Branch Library in April 2013.  Let them help you improve your job search skills such as, interviewing tips, how to write resumes and cover letters, and how to best highlight your skills.  No registration is required.  Just drop in.  Call 281-376-4610 if you have questions.  The seminars will be held on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month from 1:30—3:30 pm.

April 11—Creating a resume/Completing applications

April 25—Networking and Using the Internet