Katy Branch Library

Branch Location & Contact

Location:
5414 Franz Road
Katy, TX 77493
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Phone: 281-391-3509
Branch Manager: Angel Hill
Branch Email: kt@hcpl.net


 

Songs of Peace - Sagit Zilberman

Dance to, sing along with, and experience traditional music from cultures across the world! International jazz multi-instrumentalist and composer Sagit Zilberman performs and facilitates “Songs of Peace,” an interactive global music workshop for families and children. This workshop introduces children to instruments such as the didgeridoo, space drum, and other percussion instruments and empowers them to use both their own voices and instruments to play and create music with others. - Sagit Zilberman

African American Poetry Coffeehouse

African American History MonthHave a cup of coffee while listening to poetry in celebration of African American History Month on Saturday, 2/16, at 1:30pm. 

Citizenship Classes

Katy Branch Library is offering free citizenship classes on Wednesdays at 4:30pm and Thursdays at 11:00am.  These classes will cover everything you need to know to pass the exam.  Applications are available at the library. For further information, please contact the library at (281)391-3509 or email kt@hcpl.net.  The library is located in Old Katy at 5414 Franz Road, next to the Katy Dog Park.

Citizen's Police Academy

Police car courtesy of Clker.comThe Katy Police Department is offering a Citizen’s Police Academy class for City of Katy residents. This is a 10-week training opportunity for citizens who desire to gain a unique understanding of the policies and procedures of the Katy Police Department. Classes start on February 21, 2019 and will meet on every Thursday night from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., followed by a graduation ceremony upon completion of training on May 9, 2019. Space is limited to 15 people, so please apply early by visiting their website: click here.

ESL Book Club

Conversation courtesy of Clker.comOur monthly ESL Book Club is meeting this coming Wednesday, 1/16/2019, at 3:30pm. What is an ESL Book Club? It's a group of people who speak English as their second language. We take a book, read it, and discuss it as a way to practice speaking and reading English. The latest book is always available at the front desk, and we spend 2-3 months on each title. Give us a call for more information at 281-391-3509. 

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