North Channel Branch Library

15741 Wallisville Road
Houston, TX 77049
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Phone: 281-457-1631
Branch Librarian: Christina Thompson


Library closed on Labor Day

Job FairDon't forget, all Harris County Library locations will be closed this Monday, September 7th, in observance of Labor Day. And speaking of Labor Day, did you know Harris County will be hosting a Job and Career Fair on Thursday, September 10th at NRG Stadium from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm? Don't miss this opportunity to meet staff and hiring managers from several Harris County departments. Check out the Harris County Human Resources & Risk Management webpage for more information and to print out a free parking pass.

MeeTeen--A Teen Craft Program

ProjectTeens and tweens, come to the MeeTeen, North Channel's monthly teen craft program. We will meet on Thursday, Sept. 3rd in the  meeting room at 4:30 pm.  We are working on a blanket challenge.  Join us to create sewing-free blankets.  This challenge will run for three Thursdays this month. 

Strings Attached at North Channel

Yarn NeedlesGet back in the string of things at North Channel!  The Strings Attached Needle Crafting Group will begin meeting again on the first Wednesday of the month at 4:30 pm in the meeting room.  Join in the fun and learn how to knit, to crochet or suggest a needle craft we can all learn about together.  Supplies are available for those just wanting to try it out.  Share your knowledge with others and show off your current projects.  Please join us at 4:30 pm on Wednesday, Sept. 2nd in the meeting room.  

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Tween Minecraft Magnet Craft

Calling all tweens! If you're around 10-12 years old be sure to stop by North Channel Branch this Wednesday, August 26 at 4:30pm...We will be making Minecraft fuse bead magnets! All materials are supplied and we will meet in the Public Meeting Room. For more information or group attendance please call the library at 281-457-1631.

North Channel Book Club

Still Alice by Lisa GenovaAlice Howland is living a perfectly normal life.  She is a prominent psychology professor, married to a wonderful man with grown children. But it is all about to change. The symptoms at first were easily set ignored, but gradually they became more pronounced.  Lisa Genova, a neuroscientist herself, creates a terrifyingly realistic picture of a life altered by Early Onset Alzheimer's in her novel, "Still Alice."

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