Aldine Branch Library

Location:
11331 Airline Drive
Houston, TX 77037
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Phone: 832-927-5410
Branch Manager: Shane Harris
Branch Email: ald@hcpl.net


 

Free Help with Income Tax Forms / Ayuda Gratuita con Declaraciones de Impuestos Federales

1040 2016From January 25-April 18, trained volunteers from Neighborhood Centers will be at the Aldine Library to complete federal income tax forms for area residents and file them electronically. This service is completely free. There is an income limit of $58,000. The volunteers don’t accept appointments and do not have access to a phone. Take advantage of this great, free service!

Games for Grown-ups

GamesJoin us this Friday and every Friday at 1:00 pm for card games, domino games, and jigsaw puzzles. We can play whatever kinds of card and domino games you want. The idea is to get out of the house, interact with nice people and have a fun!

Test stress?

TestDo you have to take a standardized test sometime soon?  Are you having trouble getting your hands on a study guide for the test?  Never fear; Learning Express Library is here.  Learning Express Library is a database available through the Harris County Public Library web site.  It has practice tests for the GED, STAAR, SAT, ASVAB, real estate license, and many, many other exams.  Simply go to www.hcpl.net, click “Databases,” click the “Education & Libraries” cat

Medicare Explained

Medicare 2On Thursday, March 23, at 1:00 pm, the Aldine Library will host an information session covering
When am I eligible for Medicare benefits?
When can I start Medicare benefits?
How does Medicare work?
What are parts A, B, C, and D?
What is a Medicare supplement?
What is a Medicare Advantage Plan?
What is a prescription drug plan?
Please join us. The presenter, Lou Allen, has been a licensed insurance agent in Texas since 1997. She has offered Medicare seminars to the community for four years.

Beginner Email Class / Clases de Correo Electrónico para Principiantes

Computer helpWe see a lot of people at the library applying for jobs online. It seems like every online job application requires an email address.  Doctor’s offices, insurance companies, and utility companies also ask for email addresses so that they can communicate with customers. If you still don’t have an email address and you think you might need one, you are invited to attend one of our basic-level email classes next week. There will be one on Monday, March 20, 5:00-7:00 pm, in Spanish and one on Tuesday, March 21, 5:00-7:00 pm, in both English and Spanish.

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