Announcement: Innovation Lab

Who are these people in this random photograph?  They're HCPL administrators Ron Lucik and Gene Rollins, along with representatives of Rice & Gardner Consultants, Inc.  What are they doing in the library's Quiet Area?  Two words: Innovation Lab.  What's that?  Well, in short, it will be a place where people of all ages can come and imagine, collaborate, and learn using unique creative technologies.  Here is just one of the many things you might see in this space once it's completed:  Click here to see something cool.  

Celebrate African American History Month with Adult Crafts-to-Go!

The Clear Lake City-County Freeman Branch Library’s Adult “Crafts-to-Go!” program is kicking off the African American History Month celebration on Tuesday, February 4.  Our project this month is a Quilt Square Magnet. On the back of the instructions, you can read about the Underground Railroad Quilt Code. The Quilt Square Magnet project can be made anywhere.

February Programs for Children @ Freeman Library

February is the shortest month, but we won't be short of events to celebrate this month in the Children's Department.   Here are our special programs this month:

Thursday, February 13 @ 4:30 pm - Black History Month  - celebrate Black History Month with a fun weaving craft inspired by the colorful Kente cloth of Africa, music, a short movie, and a treat.  This program requires tickets.  They are free and available at the Kids Information Desk starting 30 minutes before the program.