Adult Programs in June @ your library

The Clear Lake City - County Freeman Branch Library invites you to join us for our Adult Programs this June*.  We look forward to TGIF Programs, various book clubs (mystery, great books, two science fiction/fantasy clubs, and YA Book Club for Adults, Freeman Needlecrafters, Girl Scout Express, Adult Crafts to Go, Clear Lake Area Writers (CLAW), and SCORE Counseling. Summer Reading Program (SRP) starts on Friday, 6/7, but you can start registering as early as Monday, 6/3.  Sign up for your chance to win a bookstore gift card or an eReader!

Check Out Super Saturday!

Are you a fan of superheroes? Stop by and watch a superhero movie and enjoy a craft.

Flickr CC | Spiderman | Photo by: Roberto Verzo 

Join us for Baby Playtime on Friday, May 24 from 10:00-11:00 am

         Looking for a chance to visit with other babies and their parents?  Join us this Friday, May 24 from 10:00-11:00 am for Baby Playtime.  This program is designed for children from infants to 18 months old and their parent or caregiver.  

We'll have books, toys, music and bubbles.  No tickets are required.  Just bring your baby and have some fun!

Just a reminder - we will have only one session of Book Babies next Wednesday, May 29.  The session will be at 11:15 am.  We will start giving out tickets at 10:45 am.  This program is for children from infants to 18 months old.   In June, we will return to our regular two sessions of Book Babies each Wednesday (10:15 & 11:15 am).

TGIF Programs Presents One Body One Choice this Friday!

Please join us this Friday, May 24th  at 10:30 AM in the Marge Jacobson Community Room. Health Coach Denise Cazes, M.A., LWMC, 200HR RYT will present “One Body One Choice: The Right Path to Health and Wellness.”  Everyone has the capacity to lose weight and improve their health with the right education, motivation and support.  

Researching Asian-Pacific American History & Genealogy

May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month, so this month I’m going to share some resources for researching Asian-Pacific American history & genealogy.  Some of the most well known events tied to the Asian experience in the United States are negative:  the Chinese Exclusion Acts and the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II.