Humans In Space Youth Art Competition

Freeman Library is privileged to have on display from May through August works created by young artists as part of the Humans in Space Youth Art Competition.  This international competition, just having finished its second running, "encouraged youth (ages 10-18) to 'Be Inspired, Creative and Heard,' asking them to think about the future of human space flight and to creatively communicate their ideas through their visual, literary, musical or video artwork."  Enjoy taking in the many beautiful and creative works from all over the world on display in our Internet Cafe and find out how you can generate interest or be involved in future competitions, which strive for its participants "to enhance their awareness, interest and support for human space flight."

Adult Crafts-to-Go Celebrates Asian - Pacific American Heritage Month

The Clear Lake City-County Freeman Branch Library’s Adult “Crafts-to-Go!” program celebrates Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month this May with a Tiki Hit Picture Frame (as seen on the right). Pick up a kit, make a frame, and learn about Tiki culture. All materials needed are included within the bag, compliments of the Friends of Freeman Library, while supplies last.

Please contact the Clear Lake City-County Freeman Branch Library at 16616 Diana Lane, Houston, TX 77062 or at 281-488-1906 regarding any questions and further recognition of Asian – Pacific American Heritage Month. 

Change in today's (May 6) ladybug program in Children's Department

         The "Lucky Ladybugs"  program scheduled for 4:30 pm has been postponed.  However, we will have a ladybug craft program in its place.  This afterschool program is recommended for children from 5-12 years old.  Tickets are required.  They are free and available at the Kids Information Desk  starting 30 minutes before the program.  For questions, please call 281-488-1906.

Lucky Ladybugs Program on Monday, May 6 at 4:30 pm

    Ellen Hutto of Saltgrass Science will talk about ladybugs on Monday, May 6 at 4:30 pm.  This program is recommended for children 5-12 years old.  The children will learn about ladybugs and how to spot them in the yard.  Each child will get a few ladybugs to release in their neighborhood.  Space is limited and tickets are required.  They are free and available at the Kids Information Desk starting 30 minutes before the program.