The year 2021 marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of Harris County Public Library. Starting as a handful of library stations housed in post offices, schools, businesses, and private homes across the county, HCPL has grown to become an integral part of the Harris County community with innovative programming, second-to-none collections, and red carpet customer service.
Join us for the second performance in this exciting new series, #LibraryVoyage. Apollo Chamber Players is joined by Grammy-winning bandoneonist Hector del Curto and narrator Sarah Pearl Hall, a member of the Blackfeet and Hunkpapa Sioux tribes.
We are celebrating Native American Heritage and music from our current decade with a nod to Space! Join Apollo for an out-of-this-world performance.
Program highlights: "Moonstrike" American Indian moon legends for string quartet and narrator by Emmy-winning Chickasaw Composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate with Sarah Pearl Hall, a member of the Blackfeet and Hunkpapa Sioux tribes, and a Houston Premiere work by Grammy-winning Bandoneonist and tango performer Hector Del Curto.
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HCPL authors and #NaNoWriMo veterans are getting ready for National Novel Writing Month 2021 and they invite you to come along. You know you have a book in you. It's time to let it out. And HCPL can help.
Join us every Tuesday and Thursday in November (except Thanksgiving Day) for tips, techniques, and writing inspiration to help you turn your great idea into a novel-length manuscript in one short month.
For more information about all of HCPL's NaNoWriMo programs visit HCPL Facebook Events