Join us for upcoming events, classes and programs at Montgomery County Memorial Library System! All events are free and open to the public. Registration required where noted.
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F E A T U R E D   E V E N T
Saturday, Apr. 6, 9:45 am (Feb 2, March 2, April 6, May 4)


Join us in the upstairs computer lab to learn basic computers in Spanish. 9:45 am - 12noon

Sábado 2 de febrero, 2019  9:45 am—12:00 pm

 Introducción a vocabulario, uso del teclado y ratón. Aprender a crear, guardar e imprimir un documento.

Sábado 2 de marzo, 2019 9:45 am—12:00 pm

Crear una cuenta de correo electrónico, escribir, contestar mensajes, e insertar un documento a un mensaje. 

Buscar y descargar información o gráficos del Internet.

Sábado 6 de abril, 2019  9:45 am—12:00 pm

 Dar formato a documentos, crear columnas, párrafos, cortar y pegar información, gráficos, editar texto.

Sábado 4 de mayo, 2019  9:45 am—12:00 pm

Crear un resumé. Subirlo o enviarlo a la página de la oficina de empleos.

Saturday February 2nd, 2019  9:45 am—12:00 pm

 Introduction to computer vocabulary, keyboard, and mouse skills. Learn to save and print a document.

Saturday March 2nd, 2019       9:45 am—12:00 pm

 Learn to attach pictures, resumes, compose and reply to emails.

Saturday April 6th, 2019         9:45 am—12:00 pm

 Learn the basics of typing a document. Insert pictures and graphs.

Saturday May 4th, 2019           9:45 am—12:00 pm

Tips for creating a resume. Create your own. Upload to apply for a job.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
F E A T U R E D   E V E N T
Saturday, May. 4, 9:45 am (Feb 2, March 2, April 6, May 4)


Join us in the upstairs computer lab to learn basic computers in Spanish. 9:45 am - 12noon

Sábado 2 de febrero, 2019  9:45 am—12:00 pm

 Introducción a vocabulario, uso del teclado y ratón. Aprender a crear, guardar e imprimir un documento.

Sábado 2 de marzo, 2019 9:45 am—12:00 pm

Crear una cuenta de correo electrónico, escribir, contestar mensajes, e insertar un documento a un mensaje. 

Buscar y descargar información o gráficos del Internet.

Sábado 6 de abril, 2019  9:45 am—12:00 pm

 Dar formato a documentos, crear columnas, párrafos, cortar y pegar información, gráficos, editar texto.

Sábado 4 de mayo, 2019  9:45 am—12:00 pm

Crear un resumé. Subirlo o enviarlo a la página de la oficina de empleos.

Saturday February 2nd, 2019  9:45 am—12:00 pm

 Introduction to computer vocabulary, keyboard, and mouse skills. Learn to save and print a document.

Saturday March 2nd, 2019       9:45 am—12:00 pm

 Learn to attach pictures, resumes, compose and reply to emails.

Saturday April 6th, 2019         9:45 am—12:00 pm

 Learn the basics of typing a document. Insert pictures and graphs.

Saturday May 4th, 2019           9:45 am—12:00 pm

Tips for creating a resume. Create your own. Upload to apply for a job.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
F E A T U R E D   E V E N T
Tullis - Girls Who C
Monday, May. 6, 4:30 PM
or call 936-442-7705.
This summer we will offer Girls Who Code Clubs for ages 8-12 and 13-17.  Girls Who Code is a program that encourages girls to enter the computer science field byt introducing them to computer coding.  The program for ages 8-12 follows the book Girls Who Code: Learn To Code and Change The World written by the founder of the Girls Who Code program.  The club for ages 13-17 will investigate coding through a project that will be posted on their own website.  Although the clubs are meant for girls, boys are welcome to participate as well.  Club members must attend the club for their age group.

Come to the informational meeting to learn more. space is limited and registration is required for the clubs.
F E A T U R E D   E V E N T
Central - Girls Who
Friday, May. 10, 4:30 PM
or call 936-788-8361.
This summer we will offer Girls Who Code Clubs for ages 8-12 and 13-17.  Girls Who Code is a program that encourages girls to enter the computer science field byt introducing them to computer coding.  The program for ages 8-12 follows the book Girls Who Code: Learn To Code and Change The World written by the founder of the Girls Who Code program.  The club for ages 13-17 will investigate coding through a project that will be posted on their own website.  Although the clubs are meant for girls, boys are welcome to participate as well.  Club members must attend the club for their age group.
Come to the informational meeting to learn more. space is limited and registration is required for the clubs.
F E A T U R E D   E V E N T
Tullis - Girls Who C
Saturday, May. 11, 10:00 AM
or call 936-442-7705.
This summer we will offer Girls Who Code Clubs for ages 8-12 and 13-17.  Girls Who Code is a program that encourages girls to enter the computer science field byt introducing them to computer coding.  The program for ages 8-12 follows the book Girls Who Code: Learn To Code and Change The World written by the founder of the Girls Who Code program.  The club for ages 13-17 will investigate coding through a project that will be posted on their own website.  Although the clubs are meant for girls, boys are welcome to participate as well.  Club members must attend the club for their age group.
Come to the informational meeting to learn more. space is limited and registration is required for the clubs.
Tuesday, Mar. 26, 9 AM - 2 PM (Tuesdays and Thursdays 9 AM - 2 PM)
Free advice and assistance on preparing your tax forms will be provided by AARP.
Tuesday, Mar. 26, 10:00AM and 10:30PM
Preschooler Storytime provides a place for children to practice the storytime manners they have learned in Toddler Storytime. Children in Preschooler Storytime are expected to sit or stand still, listen to the storyteller, and practice self-controll for longer periods of time than required during Toddler Storytime. Stories are longer, and activities are more complex. Preschooler Storytime lasts about 30 minutes and is most appropriate for children aged 3 years and older. 

To ensure an enjoyable storytime experience for all families, please observe the following guidelines:
  • Prepare your child for Preschooler Storytime by talking about storytime manners - sitting or standing still, talking quietly, and being kind to others.
  • Some children need to work up to sitting through a full, 30-minute storytime. If your child becomes restless or upset, please step out of the room for a "break," then quietly return when your child is ready.
  • Small children may stand instead of sit, but should not run or climb during storytime. 
  • Keep casual conversations to a minimum, and place cell phones on silent mode. 
  • Strollers are nor allowed in the room. Baby carriers/car seats are acceptable.
STEWART: ADULT NEEDL
Tuesday, Mar. 26, 10:00 to Noon
Calling all needlecrafters! Get together with other crafters to socialize while you work on your projects.
Open to anyone who knits, crochets, embroiders, or does other needlecrafts.
Every form of needlework is welcomed.
Bring your projects, share ideas, ask questions.
All ages and experience levels are welcome.
Take advantage of a time to come together with others who share your interest.
There's no sign up or registration; just come and enjoy.
Every Tuesday except holidays.
Address:
C. B. Stewart Library
202 Bessie Price Owen Dr.
Montgomery, Texas 77356
Phone:936-788-8314, ext 0
Tuesday, Mar. 26, 10:00 AM-10:30 AM
A 30-minute program that engages toddler-aged children through stories, songs, and simple crafts. For more information, please call 281-577-8968. RECOMMENDED AGES: 18 MO-3 YR.

**Tickets are required and handed out at the children's desk five minutes before the program**

Note: Tickets are not given out after 10:15am as a courtesy to the presenter and audience. Please arrive on time!
Tuesday, Mar. 26, 10:00am - 10:45am
Baby & Me Storytime promotes early literacy for babies ages newborn to 18 months, or until they are walking regularly. This program focuses on reading, nursery rhymes and movement.  Parents and caregivers should be prepared to be actively involved in this storytime. Please arrive on time as tickets will not be given out after 10:15am. 
Tuesday, Mar. 26, 10am

Ages 2 years old and younger. 10 minute program of songs, rhymes, and movement for the very young followed by a 20 minute play time.

Tuesday, Mar. 26, 10, 10:30 & 11

This story program is for children of all ages (birth - age 3) and a caregiver with an emphasis on stories and activities for toddlers. This program emphasizes early literacy skills and is a great way to meet other families with young children.

Tuesday, Mar. 26, 11am (Tuesdays, March 12, 19, 26, April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, May 7 & 14, 11am)
Join us for Baby & Me Storytime on Tuesdays at 11am. Meet new friends and have fun with books bounces, bubbles and more. Recommended for babies and their caregivers, ages birth to 18 months, who are not yet walking. 
Tullis - Library Pla
Tuesday, Mar. 26, 11:00 AM-11:30 AM
Children and their caregivers can socialize and play together during this free-play period. Join us for fun with interactive toys and sensory activities! For more information, please call 281-577-8968. RECOMMENDED AGES: BIRTH-6 YR.

**Tickets are required and handed out at the children's desk five minutes before the program**
Note: This is a free-play program. Come and go as you please!
Tuesday, Mar. 26, 11:00am - 11:45am
Toddler Storytime is a 30 - 45 minute program for children ages 2 - 3 years old. This program involves reading books, flannel board stories, finger plays, songs, dancing and activities. Please arrive on time as tickets will not be given out after 11:15am. 
Central - Computer B
Tuesday, Mar. 26, 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
or call 936-788-8361.
This class covers the baiscs of what a computer is, the keyboard and its special keys, the mouse annd how to use it, the central processing unit or CPU, output, storage and input devices, basic troubleshooting and computer terminology.
We will use Windows 10
MITCHELL Crafternoon
Tuesday, Mar. 26, 1:30 pm
If you’ve got hundreds of “pins” on Pinterest, but just can’t get started, or you would like to meet other Pinterest and craft fans, Crafternoons is for you!  Each month will feature free crafts that attendees can create and take home, while supplies last.  No advanced skills are needed - just show up ready to have fun, meet other community members, and create something amazing! 
 
All ages welcome, but be aware that crafts are intended for adults and older children.  Free supplies and instructions provided, no registration needed.  
 
Date: 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of the month
Time: 1:30PM
Location: Community Room 102 
Visit us, call us at 936-442-7728, or email us with questions or to be added to our Crafternoons bimonthly email list! Sponsored by Sponsored by South Montgomery County Friends of the Library.
Tuesday, Mar. 26, 1:30

This program is for children 4 and up. ** Children may attend story club by themselves, but a parent or guardian must remain in the library during the program. Children are introduced to new authors and illustrators and develops, literacy skills, listening, thinking, participation and social skills.

STEWART - Basic Comp
Tuesday, Mar. 26, 2:00 - 3:00 PM

Basic Computers — Introduction into computers for adults.  Learn how to interact with computers, applications, internet and others tasks.

Meador - Book to Mov
Tuesday, Mar. 26, 2:00-4:00
Each month we'll read the book and when we meet again, watch the movie and discuss. In March we'll be reading Circle of Friends by Maeve Binchy. Join us! 
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