Barbara Bush

WWI: Its Importance Today

WWI Plane PhotographA pistol shot set the world aflame on June 28, 1914. One hundred years later, what meaning does that still hold for us today? Come and hear Lora Vogt, Curator of Education at the National WWI Museum at Liberty Memorial, discuss the impact the First World War has on us currently.

The presentation is Saturday, October 25, at 11:00 AM in the Earl Elliott Room. This event is a part of the Gulf Coast Reads initiative and this year's selection Remember Ben Clayton.

Photo Courtesy of Vital Images Ltd.

Gulf Coast Reads Book Discussion

Join the Gulf Coast Reads book discussions this Thursday and Friday.  The Gulf Coast Reads book selection this year is "Remember Ben Clayton" by Stephen Harrigan.  

Chocolate Lovers Unite!

Tejas Chocolate LogoIt's time to become more familiar with the world's most famous treat, chocolate. Come and learn how chocolate is made from one of the premiere craft chocolate makers in our area--Tejas Chocolate. This award-winning company will share the steps it takes to create its signature chocolate.

We will be meeting in the Robin Bush Room at 10:30 AM on Saturday, October 18th.

National Friends of Libraries Week

BBLF LogoSince the early 1970's, our very dedicated and active Friends of the Library have supported the Library by raising funds to purchase materials to supplement the library's collection, buy special equipment and supplies, fund special  programs for all ages, and hire additional staff during busy times.

With next week being National Friends of Libraries Week, we want to make sure our Friends get the recognition it deserves. Starting tomorrow you will find our Friends available in different parts of the building at various times. Make sure you stop and chat to get caught up on all the latest goings on with its support of the branch. The members shouldn't be hard to find. They'll be the ones with the treats! 

A Ghostly Encounter

It’s October!!! Don’t you just love October? I do! Well, if you do then you know what the month is all about. Yes! It’s Fall and it’s time to turn your scary on because it’s Halloween. So we at the library are gearing up to make and create something fun and “ghostly”.

Journaling at the Library

Need motivation to write your life story? Join this beginner’s group. Monday, October 20 @ 3:30 pm—WCR conference room. No right or wrong way. You can jot down ideas and write from those, or just come and listen.  Address: 6817 Cypresswood Drive in Spring.

Senior Classic Movie on Friday

Come and see a classic romantic comedy from 1959 starring Rock Hudson, Tony Randall and Doris Day.

"A timeless romantic comedy that tell the charming story of an uptight interior decorator who must share a party line with a laid-back playboy. But the real connection is mad when the two meet and he begins wooing her with late night calls pretending to be someone else."

Star Wars Reads Day

This is for all Star Wars fanatics!

Is That Science?

                              

Senior Game Morning on the Move

DominoesDue to some special scheduling, Senior Game Morning will be held on Tuesday mornings from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM for October. If you haven't been able to attend Senior Game Mornings on its regular day of Wednesday, then here's your chance to see what all of the fun is about. We hope to see you there!

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