Join us for Baby Playtime on Friday, January 25 at 10:00 am

     Looking for someplace to take your baby to have a fun morning?  Join us Friday morning, January 25,  from 10:00-11:00 am for Baby Playtime.  This program is designed for babies from infancy through 18 months old .  There will be toys, books, songs, bubbles, and playtime.  No  tickets are required for this program.  Just drop into the Children's Activity Space.

TGIF Programs Spring Friday Film Series Begins Tomorrow!

Attention Adults of all ages! Tomorrow is TGIF Programs Friday Film. The title of the movie is to be announced and it will start at 10:15 am.

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.

Flickr CC | DSCI1359 Regal movie theater in Nashville | Photo by: bresslau

Afterschool Ancient Art Program coming for children 10 years and older in February

   For four Mondays in February (4th, 11th, 18th and 25th), children ages 10 and above will explore and create artwork in the style of several ancient cultures.  This afterschool program will start at 4:30 pm and last for an hour.  Children should be able to attend each of the four weeks.   They will need a smock or old shirt to protect their clothing while doing the art projects.

Afterschool Ancient Art Program coming for children 10 years and older in February

   For four Mondays in February (4th, 11th, 18th and 25th), children ages 10 and above will explore and create artwork in the style of several ancient cultures.  This afterschool program will start at 4:30 pm and last for an hour.  Children should be able to attend each of the four weeks.   They will need a smock or old shirt to protect their clothing while doing the art projects.

USA LEGO Robotics Camp starts up on Saturday, February 9

      The USA LEGO Robotics Camp will be returning to Freeman Library for four Saturdays from February 9 through March 2.  This free camp is for children 7-11 years.  The children use the LEGO WeDo program on laptops and LEGO kits to create fun projects together.  The children learn mechanical and science concepts while they work in pairs or a small group to build the projects.  They are assisted by a middle school teacher and teen as well as adult volunteers.