Crafting Ideas @ Your Library

Calling all kids who like to plan and make craft projects!  The Fairbanks Branch Library has a display of craft books just for you.  Please browse the books on the display on your next visit to the library and see if some of them are good sources of ideas for you to use.  If you don't find what you need, please ask the library staff to interlibrary loan some books for you.  Happy Crafting and Happy Reading!

Hop Into Spring @ Your Library

If you are looking for some picture book stories featuring ducks or rabbits to put in your egg hunt basket, then visit the Fairbanks Branch Library and browse our new display of children' s picture books, "Hop Into Spring."  You will find some "quacking" good stories to share with young readers.  Happy Reading !

 

Don't Miss the Bus!

Fun4Seniors LogoHarris County Precinct 4’s Fun4Seniors program has partnered with the Fairbanks Library to offer monthly bus trips for individuals age 50 and better.  These trips are great opportunities to see Southeast Texas attractions, meet new people, and enjoy good food.  The March trip will be Wednesday, March 27, 8:30 am – 3:30 pm to Newman's Castle and Bakery in Bellville.  Cost for this event is $17, including lunch.  Before your registration can be confirmed, payment by check, payable to Fun4Seniors, must be received at the May Community Center, 2100 Wolf Road, Huffman, TX 77336. Free transportation is provided Precinct 4's Senior Adult Program. Participants pay all event fees. For more information, call 281-324-3373.

Storybook Quilts Storytimes @ Your Library

Storybook Quilts will be visiting our Preschool Storytime next Tuesday, March 12, at 10:30 am and also Thursday, March 14, at 10:30 am.  A member of the Storybook Quilts Guild will be reading a quilt-themed book and showing a quilt especially made to complement the book. Please join us for an exciting and educational experience at one or both of these storytimes.  See you then!  Happy Reading!

Mad About Downton @ Your Library

Are you already getting anxious for the next season of the continuing story of the Crawley family and the servants at Downton Abbey?  Would you like some suggested reading to do until the new season starts?  Then, please browse our display, "Mad About Downton," for some fiction and nonfiction books about that era that the Fairbanks Branch Library staff recommend for all our fellow Downton fans.  And don't forget, we can interlibrary loan books for you, too.  Happy Reading!