High Meadows Branch Library

Branch Location & Contact

Location:
4500 Aldine Mail Route
Houston, TX 77039
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Phone: 832-927-5540
Branch Manager: Bilal Salahuddin
Branch Email: hm@hcpl.net


 

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

 

Storytime with Santa!

Santa is coming to town! On Thursday, December 20 at 1:00 pm Santa will be hosting storytime. Join us for stories, carols, and pictures with Santa. 

Santa reading to kids

Photo courtesy of Pioneer Library System

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and High Meadows Branch Library has put together a display to honor the fight against the disease. Breast cancer touches nearly every one of us in some way. Most of us know someone; whether it is an aunt, mother, cousin, or friend, who has battled breast cancer.
Our display includes:
• Books that about survivors and question about breast cancer from your leading experts.
• Pamphlets about: Breast cancer in Young Women, What You Need to Know and organizations for survivors.
• Ribbon cards to celebrate survivors, those who have died and those who are still fighting. (Write a name/memory of someone you know who has breast cancer. They will be placed around the display.)

Traditional Hispanic Toy Crafting

From Zumbadors to Molinillos, come craft traditional toys from the global south on Tuesday, October 2 at 5:00pm.
Child playing with balero.
Photo courtesy of Secretaría de Cultura Ciudad de México

Back to school, High Meadows rules!

School is back, and we’d like to welcome everyone back to High Meadows Branch Library! We will be hosting our back-to-school celebration on Tuesday, August 28 at 4:30pm. Join us for raffles, food, and games and remember to make High Meadows part of your school and life experience. We look forward to seeing you.

school kids holding up backpacks

Photo courtesy of lakerae

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