Crosby - Edith Fae Cook Cole Branch Library

Branch Location & Contact

Location:
135 Hare Road
Crosby, TX 77532
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Phone: 281-328-3535
Branch Manager: Diane Barker
Branch Email: cy@hcpl.net


 

Crosby Book Club Meets Friday, January 18 @ 2 pm

Crosby Book Club will meet Friday, January 18 at 2 pm.  This month we will share titles of best-loved books.  Which books are the ones you love and why?  Do you have a favorite?  

This program is free and open to the public.  Join us!

English Language Learning Class

English Language Learners will meet Wednesday, January 16, from 12:30 pm to 2 pm.  If you are interested in this new weekly program, please stop by the library or call 832-927-7790 for more information.  The program is free and open to adults.  Registration is required.  Class size is limited.

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HOLIDAY HOURS

We want to wish you and yours a joyous holiday season and to thank you for making 2018 a wonderful year at the library!

FRI. DEC. 21 OPEN (CLOSE @ 5PM)
SAT. DEC. 22 CLOSED
SUN. DEC. 23 CLOSED
MON. DEC. 24 CLOSED
TUE. DEC. 25 CLOSED
WED. DEC. 26 - SAT. DEC. 29 OPEN
SUN. DEC. 30 CLOSED
MON. DEC. 31  OPEN (CLOSE @ 5PM)
TUE. JAN. 1 CLOSED

 

Holiday Hours

Christmas BellsCrosby Branch Library will close at 5:00 pm on Friday, December 21, and will remain closed Saturday, December 22 through Tuesday, December 25 for the Christmas holiday. We will reopen Wednesday, December 26 at 10 am.

We will also close at 5:00 pm on Monday, December 31 and remain closed on January 1. We will return to normal business hours on Wednesday, January 2 at 10 am.

Crosby Edith Fae Cook Cole Branch Library wishes you and yours a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

 

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Book Club Meets Friday, December 7 at 2 pm

Please join us on Friday, December 7, at 2 pm for a discussion of Mr. Dickens and His Carol, by Samantha Silva.  In this work of fiction, we are transported back in time to Victorian England, where Charles Dickens has numerous reasons for not quite feeling the Christmas spirit.  Bah, humbug!  Full of references to true events in Dickens' life and the characters he created, Silva's debut is an interesting re-imagining of how A Christmas Carol, one of the most popular books of the holiday season, was written.  

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