under 50 over @ your library Summer 2010

Adults of all ages are invited to come to the under50over Movie day this Friday. The title is to be announced and will start at 10:15 am.

We look forward to our under50over Programs this summer. The schedule of events for Summer 2010 is to the left.* For more information on any of the programs, please call the library at (281) 488-1906 or visit us at 16616 Diana Lane.

*To print the under50over flyer for Summer 2010, click on the attachment below.

Freeman Teen Advisory Board

monkey stuffed animalsNext Monday, May 24th @ 4:30 pm, we will have our last Teen Advisory Board meeting of the Spring semester before we take a break for Summer. So stop on by and let your voice be heard! Be a teen leader and help plan library programs and events or work on special volunteer projects.
Flickr CCLouie is Not Sensitive About Being Called a Monkey Photo by: Lance McCord

Bluebonnet Bash 2010

Registration is open for Bluebonnet Bash 2010!

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Kickoff the summer in Bluebonnet Style! Join us in the Children’s Department on Friday, June 18 at 11:00 am for the first ever Bluebonnet Bash! What is Bluebonnet Bash? Bluebonnet Bash includes information about the 2010 – 2011 Texas Bluebonnet Award winning books; discussion about select titles; activities to promote the Bluebonnet books; and some tasty snacks!

Friday 5/21 @ Your Library

In last Friday's under50over  Program, we enjoyed the Clear Lake Museum's presentation "From Indians to Astronauts; including a history of the Clear Lake Museum." 

Adults of all ages are invited to join us this Friday for "The Cost of Complacency for Retirees." Phillip Hawley, Independent Insurance Agent, will present. For more information, please contact the library at (281) 488-1906.

Mad about Mad Men @ Your Library

 Are you mad about Mad Men, that show about ad execs. in the early 1960s? At Freeman, one of our displays exhibits a number of books popular in the late 1950s and early 1960s.