Crosby and Harris County Public Libraries History

Displayed are some pictures showing the history of Harris County Public Libraries and some pictures of the original Crosby Branch Library. The pictures are from the late 1920's and early 1930's. There are also some newspaper clippings about the library and a history of the Crosby Library. Below are some extra pictures of the library and Crosby High School from about 1929.

Go Red For Women Day

National Wear Red Day is on Friday, February 5. Wear red and join women and men across the nation who are wearing red and speaking up so save women's lives. To read about people speaking up to beat heart disease that affects women, go to www.GoRedForWomen.org/Stories.

 Some books to support women in fighting heart disease are:

Book Club for Black History Month

Come join our book club in reading Sidney Poitier's Life Beyond Measure. Our group will meet on Monday, February 15 at 11 am. Ask at the desk for copies of the book and where to come for the book club. We would be glad to have you join.

Library Visitor

    

Ms Mary's grandson, Benjamin visits the library from Arizona. He points out things, chooses his books and supervises their check out. He also visited story time. It was lots of fun to have Benjamin visit us at the library.

Crafty Fun at the Library!

Don't miss preschool storytime at the Crosby Branch Library! Stories and crafts are always fun! Storytime is for children ages 3-5 every Tuesday at 10:30 am.