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You Work Hard for It. Learn How To Make It Work For You: Houston Money Week

When someone says “money is power,” people tend to think of the kind of power only the very wealthy can wield, but that old saw applies to people like you and me just as well. No matter how little we have, the better we handle our finances the greater our ability to do the things we want and need to do—whether that is putting a little aside much deserved vacation or putting our kids through college.

Don't miss the Freeman Teens Read Book Club tomorrow @ 4:30 PM

Teens - Tell us about everything new or old! Share your favorite books, songs, movies or television shows while enjoying snacks tomorrow @ 4:30 PM in the Teen Zone.

Snacks provided by the Friends of Freeman Library

Books Alive! Week programs in the Children's Department

Looking for something to do with your children during Spring Break?  At Freeman Library, this week is called Books Alive! Week.  In addition to our regular morning and afternoon storytimes, we'll have special afternoon programs.  These programs are funded with the always generous donations of the Friends of Freeman Library.

TGIF Programs Hosts Armand Bayou Nature Center's Talk - "Connecting to Nature" this Friday!

TGIF Programs will be meeting in the Marge Jacobson Community Room on Friday, March 13 at 10:30 AM to hear about the spring activities, volunteerism, and outdoor activities for our community at the Armand Bayou Nature Center, a member of our community for 40 years.

CLASP returns to TGIF Programs This Friday

TGIF Programs and the Clear Lake Association of Senior Programs (CLASP) will meet in the Marge Jacobson Community Room. William Powers, Ph.D, Adjunct Instructor in History at UHCL will present "Why They Fought So Hard - Blue and Grey in the American Civil War."

Jocelyn H. Lee Innovation Lab Now Open!

We are excited to say that the Jocelyn H. Lee Innovation Lab is now open for business!  The grand opening and open house was held on Saturday, February 28th, from 10:00 AM.  You can catch some of the pictures here as well as a video here.  Free, hands-on classes on a variety of topics are now available to the public.  Registering for any of them is as easy as a visit or a phone call.  

You can also take a look at the new "Make @ HCPL" link on the left side of this page.  From there, you can learn more about all of the maker activities at other branches, find out more about the Jocelyn H. Lee Innovation Lab at Freeman Library, or schedule time on the 3D printers or laser cutter/engraver.  

We hope you will make use of all of the maker programs and services the Innovation Lab and the library has to offer.  Call or visit us today to learn more!

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