North Channel Branch Library

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

Will all go well at the new theme park built on the original site of Jurassic Park in Costa Rica? Find out today, November 23, at 4:30pm in our Public Meeting Room when we show the newly released Jurassic World by Universal Pictures! This feature is 124 minutes long and is rated PG-13. Please call the North Channel Branch at (281) 457-1631 for groups or details.

Thanksgiving Break Fun!

What are your Thanksgiving break plans? Even though school is out, there are plenty of fun activities planned at North Channel Branch! Join us this Saturday, November 21 from 2 to 3pm for our monthly visit from Faithful Paws, when all ages are welcome to read with a trained, clean and well-groomed friendly pooch. Next, around 3pm, we'll release the twelve painted lady butterflies that have been on display for a week in our butterfly tent in various stages...Be sure to stick around from 3 to 4pm for the Pokémon Club, for kids ages 8 and up-this month in addition to gaming, we'll make Pikachu pencil bags! Please call the library at (281) 457-1631 for groups or program details.

Tween Time Celebrates Character Birthday

Guess who's birthday is today??
You're right, it's MICKEY MOUSE!!!

Today Mickey is turning 87 and we are celebrating during today's Tween Time at 4:30. Come enjoy some yummy treats, and watch some old school Mickey Mouse movies with us. We might have a special guest drop by, so bring your cameras. You'll also have a fun time taking pictures at the photo booth, (smiling and silly faces are welcome).
**Tween time is a monthly program recommended for kids ages 10-12 years old.

North Channel Book Club

Making Rounds with Oscar by David Dosa

Knowing how to say goodbye is never easy.  For the families of those stricken with Alzheimer's or dementia often have to say it long before they are ready.  In  "Making Rounds with Oscar," David Dosa, a geriatrician at Steere House in Rhode Island, explores how one cat seems to bridge the gap for families and patients on their life-changing journeys.

STEAM Camp/Family Night!


Can you invent your own color? Join us tonight and find out at STEAM Camp when we'll explore other science concepts too such as bridge building, floating boats, and making your own hoop glider! These activities are part of a parent/child workshop series, so please feel free to bring the whole familly...Recommended for ages 6-12 years. Public Meeting Room. For more information or groups please call North Channel Branch at (281) 457-1631.

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