North Channel Branch Library

Branch Location & Contact

Location:
15741 Wallisville Road
Houston, TX 77049
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Phone: 832-927-5550
Branch Manager: Becky Roesel
Branch Email: nc@hcpl.net


 

Monday Movie Madness

 Join us Monday, December 10 at 5pm for the holiday movie, Dr. Seuss's How the Grinch Stole Christmas on our big screen! Will Christmas be ruined for the Who's? See the silly antics of the Grinch and his dog Max...Don't forget your pillows, blankets, or snacks! Recommended for ages 4 and up. Rated PG. 1 hour 50 min. Universal Pictures.

 

 

 

 

Tween Time: Wii Game Day

Attention Tweens: It's time for a Wii Game Day! Join us today for Smash Bros. and Mario Kart play with friends on our big screens! Relax after school...Recommended for ages 8-12 years. Public Meeting Room.

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Family Movie

Join us during this holiday break on Wednesday, November 21 at 2pm for a Family Movie! We'll be watching Shrek on our big screen...Will Shrek rescue Princess Fiona? See all sorts of magical creatures in his home in the swamp! Don't forget your pillows, blankets, and refreshments. This feature is rated PG and is 90 min. in length. Public Meeting Room.

Faithful Paws

Did you know friendly, furry pals will be here at North Channel Library Saturday, November from 2-3pm to listen to you read to them? Faithful Paws of Houston provides trained and well-groomed dogs for a visit here every third Saturday of the month at the same time. Sit and share with them for early literacy encouragement, reading practice, or just for fun! All ages are welcome. Children's Area. For more information please call the branch at (832) 927-5550.

Kid's Native American History

Celebrate Native American History Month with us at North Channel Branch! Houston Museum of Natural Science's Docents to Go will be here Wednesday, November 14 at 5pm to present Kid's Native American History, where we'll learn all about the inventiveness and resourcefullness of North America's earliest residents. This program is 45 min. in length and features hands-on learning with real museum artifacts and specimens! Recommended for ages 7-12 years.

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