TGIF Programs Presents "The Future of Ellington Field" on 1/18

TGIF Programs at Clear Lake City-County Freeman welcomes you this Friday - January 18th at 10:30 am in the Marge Jacobson Community Room. Brian Rinehart, General Manager of Ellington Field will be presenting "The Future of Ellington Field."

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.     

Winter 2013 Retirement Education Series

Has your conscience been pestering you lately about planning for retirement?  Join us for our winter series of retirement education seminars starting Wednesday, January 16th at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room. 

Genealogy: Beginning on a Budget

Did spending time with your family over the holidays make you wonder more about your roots?  Did it make you wonder if you’re actually related to some of them?  If you’re interested in beginning the search for your family history, here are a few ways to get started without spending a lot of money. 

Most experienced genealogists will tell you to first write down everything you know about your family, collect all the documentation that you have (birth certificates, marriage licenses, death certificates, obituaries, family photos, etc.) and then start talking to your family members – especially those from the generations prior to you. 

TGIF Programs Presents "Using Your New (or Not-So-New) Tablet" - This Friday!

TGIF Programs at Clear Lake City-County Freeman welcomes you this Friday - January 11th at 10:30 am in the Marge Jacobson Community Room. Moises Villaseñor, Technology Training Assistant - Freeman, will be there to answer questions about various eReaders and borrowing from the HCPL Digital Media Catalog.

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.      

Kids can build a replica of the White House

Are you looking for something for your school-age child to do on the last day of the winter break?  Bricks4Kidz will be at Freeman Library this afternoon, January 7,  at 4:30 pm for a LEGO  program.  Children 5-11 years old will have an opportunity to learn about the White House and build a replica of it using LEGO bricks.  Tickets are required for this program.  They are free and available from the Kids Information Desk starting 30 minutes before the program.