Movie Day This Friday @ Your Library

Adults of all ages are invited to come to the under50over Movie Day this Friday. The title is to be announced and the movie will start at 10:15 am. Movie Day will take place in the Marge Jacobson Community Room on the first floor of the library.

Light refreshments are provided by the Friends of Freeman Library.

Please contact the Reference Desk at (281) 488-1906 or visit us on the Second Floor for more information.

Crafts-to-Go recognizes National Hispanic Heritage Month

The Clear Lake City-County Freeman Branch Library will offer the continuation of the Adult “Crafts- to-Go!” program in conjunction with National Hispanic Heritage Month on Thursday, September 1st.  This time, we'll be making a fabric tube necklace and/or headband as pictured on the right. All materials needed are included within the bag, compliments of the Friends of Freeman Library.  This project will be available at the Second Floor Information Desk while supplies last.  

Movie Day This Friday @ Your Library

Adults of all ages are invited to come to the under50over Movie Day this Friday. The title is to be announced and the movie will start at 10:15 am. Movie Day will take place in the Marge Jacobson Community Room on the first floor of the library. Light refreshments are provided by the Friends of Freeman Library.

Please contact the Reference Desk at (281) 488-1906 or visit us on the Second Floor for more information.

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Freeman's Branch Winner for Reader Nation 2011

Winner Cindy Dickerson is  very pleased to be the Freeman Branch winner.  She grew up in libraries,  particularly  the Evelyn Meador Branch in Seabrook.  She is an English teacher and a school counselor, and wants her new baby Audrey to  love the library and books.  She found out about Reader Nation as she was signing up for Book Hunters, our book advising service.  She enjoyed keeping track of the books that she read this summer, and especially enjoyed reading The Help and Water for Elephants.  She brings baby Audrey to the library’s Book Babies program, and says she loves the library because there is something for everyone from Seniors  to Infants.   Cindy is impressed by the computer class offerings that the library provides.  She p

Reader Nation 2011 1st Place Grand Prize Winner

College student Teresa Yeh is the 1st place grand prize winner for Harris County Public Library’s Adult Summer Reading Program 2011.  As the grand prize winner, Teresa took home $200 in gift cards for Amazon.com, which she plans to spend on textbooks.  Teresa has participated in the summer reading program since she was a kid, so she just automatically entered this year without giving much thought to potential prizes, but she did remember to log her books.  Teresa said that she really likes using the library’s digital media catalog, and most of the books she read over the summer were eBooks.