More Fun for Seniors 50+

Fun4Seniors LogoPrecinct 4’s Fun4Seniors has more great trips coming up for folks age 50 and better.  Call the Senior Adult Program at 281-893-3726 to get more information or to register.

What Will You Be Reading This Summer?

Have you picked out your summer reading yet?  Whether your summer vacation plans include beach reading or required school reading, now is the time to start thinking about selecting and requesting books that are new, popular, and in high demand.  Many of us enjoy reading the same books, so don’t wait until the last minute to request Lone Star,

Make Plans for a Healthy Future

Being healthy is a lifelong goal that becomes more challenging as we age.  An important part of achieving and maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle is being safe and avoiding injury.  In the library catalog, you will find many books on healthy aging and helpful resources on preventing accidents.  Take a look at some of the great books available right now at Fairbanks.  

 

 

 

You Go, Grill!

It's just about that time of the year when school lets out for the summer and some people often think about spending an afternoon in the back yard relaxing, firing up the grill and cooking some favorite foods.  If you need some resources for recipes and tips for grilling, then please browse the library's latest display, "You Go, Grill!" on your next visit to the Fairbanks Branch Library.  You want to grill Tex-Mex?  Italian style?  The library has books for these and others, too.  Happy Grilling!  

Celebrate Children's Book Week @ Your Library

Did you know that the week of May 12 - May 18, 2014 is the 95th Anniversary of Children's Book Week?  Established in 1919 Children's Book Week is the longest-running national literacy initiative in the country and celebrates the joy of children's books and reading.  Children's Book Week is a national celebration with literacy events in all of the 50 states and helps instill a lifelong love of reading in children.  Please join in the celebration and visit the library and select some children's books to read and share with family and friends.  Re-read some of your favorite titles or ask the library staff to suggest some of their favorite children's books to read.  Happy Reading!