Crosby - Edith Fae Cook Cole Branch Library

Branch Location & Contact

135 Hare Road
Crosby, TX 77532
View Map & Directions

Phone: 281-328-3535
Branch Manager: Diane Barker
Branch Email:


Adult Program: Japanese Tea Ceremony, Tuesday May 28 at 2 pm

Celebrate Asian Pacific Heritage Month and experience Japanese culture.  Learn about the tea ceremony with Nina Shimaguchi from the Asia Society Houston Center.  Observe the preparation of green tea, then make and try some yourself!  

This special free program for adults will take place on Tuesday, May 28 at 2 pm.  Register online at, or call the library at 832-927-7790.  

Crosby Book Club Meets Friday, May 17 @ 2 pm

Crosby Book Club will meet Friday, May 17 at 2 pm.  In recognition of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month we will discuss Moloka'i, by Alan Brennert.  Drawing from historical accounts of the Kalaupapa leprosy settlement, this is the story of Rachel Kalama, a girl growing up in a big, loving Hawaiian family....until the day she is separated from everyone and everything she holds dear.  Though shadowed by disease, exile, and loss, Rachel embraces life with determination and courage, finding a new family and community in the process.  

May 4 Election & Early Voting Hours of Operation

For the May 4, 2019 Joint Election, Crosby Library is an early voting location.  The Early Voting hours of operation are:

April 22 - April 27          7am to 7 pm

April 28                          1pm to 6 pm

April 29 - April 30           7am to 7 pm

The library will also be an Election Day polling location.  Similar to Early Voting, Harris County registered voters can vote at any Election Day polling location.  For more information, please visit .


Holiday Hours

Crosby Branch Library will close at 5 pm on Thursday, April 18 and will remain closed through Sunday. 

The library will reopen on Monday April 22 at 12 pm.

Happy Holidays from your friends at Crosby Edith Fae Cook Cole Branch Library!

Crosby Book Club Meets Friday, April 12 @ 2 pm

Crosby Book Club meets Friday, April 12 at 2 pm to discuss A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles.  Towles' main character, Count Alexander Rostov, an aristocratic man of leisure, has been caught up in the political chaos of early 20th century Russia.  Exiled in his own country for succumbing "irrevokably to the corruptions of his class", Rostov must create a life of purpose within the confines of Moscow's famed Metropol hotel.  Will he be successfull, and if so, how? 

Syndicate content