Aldine Branch Library

Location:
11331 Airline Drive
Houston, TX 77037
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Phone: 281-445-5560
Branch Librarian: Bonnie Langan

 

Calling all Lego builders!

Hey kids! Did you know? The Aldine Library's Lego Club meets on the 4th Saturday of each month at 2 PM in the Meeting Room. Come join us and put your Lego creation on display! 

Chile Limón Wins!

On Wednesday, February 18th, the Aldine Library celebrated Black History Month and African American potato chip inventor George Crum by sampling different potato chip varieties. Children and adults alike enjoyed eating chips while hearing about the life and work of Mr. Crum. Then, we passed out ballots and patrons voted on their favorite potato chip flavor. The variety with the most votes- the official Aldine Library potato chip- is Chile Limón!

National Chocolate Month coming to a close.

National Chocolate Month is coming to a close.  The 1st week brought us 151 customers who enjoyed chocolate candy bars.  During week 2, 206 customers enjoyed Hersey's Hugs and Kisses to celebrate Valentine's day and National Chocolate Month.  This week 155 customers enjoyed brownies to celebrate their birthdays, unbirthdays and National Chocolate Month.  So join us next week to celebrate National Chocolate Month with tootsie rolls.

See you next week.  Which day?  Maybe you will have to come in every day and see us to find out.

Chip Appeal

Come to the Aldine Library to celebrate Black History Month and African American potato chip inventor George Crum! Join us on Wednesday, February 18th at 4 PM as we honor the life of Mr. Crum by sampling different potato chips. Yum! You will be able to vote on your favorite. The variety with the most votes will become the official Aldine Library potato chip. Be a part of potato chip history in the making at Aldine. No crumbs will be left behind. 

It's Coming together or should I say apart?

Have you seen the latest?  We have completed step 3 in the new arrangement of the library.  We have a huge children's area for everyone to enjoy.  Tables and chairs are placed farther apart and we are anxious to have our first Summer Reading Program where everyone may sit and enjoy the show.  There is still more work to be done so pardon our mess and come in to enjoy our library.  If you have any suggestions, please feel free to let us know.  Look at the bulletin boards, no, they are not new just in a different place for all to enjoy.

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