North Channel Branch Library

Branch Location & Contact

Location:
15741 Wallisville Road
Houston, TX 77049
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Phone: 281-457-1631
Branch Manager: Becky Roesel
Branch Email: nc@hcpl.net


 

Pokemon Club

Meet and battle other Pokemon gamers & trainers here at North Channel Library on Saturday, February 24 from 3-4pm.  Bring your cards and/or Nintendo DS games for fun and enjoy crafts and refreshments too...Pokemon Club meets monthly and is recommended for children ages 6-12 years. No registration is required. We'll meet in the Children's Area this time.

Pokemon is licensed by Pokemon and Nintendo.

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Early Voting at North Channel

Early VotingThe March 6, 2018 Democratic Party and Republican Party Primary Elections Early Voting has begun at North Channel Library.
Early Voting Hours of Operation:
February 20-23: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
February 24: 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
February 25: 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
February 26 - March 2: 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM

MeeTeen Game Day

CardsTeens and tweens, stop by the library and play a game with your friends.  We will be playing a card game called Hearts.  Stop by and learn how to play or show your skills.   We will be meeting in the teen area of the library at 4:30 pm on Tuesday, Feb. 20th.  

Black History Month at North Channel

traffic lightTo help us celebrate Black History Month at North Channel Library, we will have a children's craft to help us learn about a talented African American Inventor.
Garrett Morgan invented the traffic light in 1923. His other inventions included hair cream, hair dye, hair straightening comb, gas mask, and a belt fastener for a sewing machine. 
Join us today, February 14th at 4:30 PM in the Public Meeting Room to make your own traffic light, enjoy a light snack, and play a fun game of Red light, Green light. 

Family Learning Space @ North Channel

toysThanks to the Harris County Friends of the Library for their generous donation to the North Channel Library. Along with funds from the Friends of the North Channel Library, we were able to replenish items for the Family Learning Space in the Children's Area of the Library. 
In this area you will find new building blocks that will encourage children to use their imaginations, creativity, and problem solving skills. Also purchased was a new item, a kitchen, that will help children benefit from pretend play to boost their social and emotional development.

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