With safety of our staff and patrons as our main priority, all upcoming programming (including summer reading) will be hosted virtually. We will still have many of the same programs you know and love and we very much look forward to connecting with you!
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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VIRTUAL ADULT - Expr
All Locations
Monday, Sep. 20
Express Your Shelf is an MCMLS online book club, hosted through Facebook.

Find us here--> bit.ly/MCMLS-ExpressYourShelfBookClub

Step 1. READ the book.
Step 2. POST a comment (or 5).
Step 3. REPEAT each month!

For the month of September, we will be reading Sharp Objects by Gillian Flynn. Discussion begins September 1 and continues all month long!


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VIRTUAL ADULTS : MCM
All Locations
Tuesday, Sep. 21

September is all about slow cooker meals! Bring your favorite or try a new cookbook that features slow cooker meals and join us as we talk about what we like, dislike, favorite recipes, tips and hacks, and more!

 

This program is for adults. This week, we’ll delve deeper into our books, including recipes! The librarian’s reading The Mediterranean Slow Cooker Cookbook by Dianne Phillips. You can grab a copy yourself or choose your own!

 

We meet on Facebook Groups at https://www.facebook.com/groups/mcmlscookclub  

VIRTUAL ADULTS - Gar
All Locations
Wednesday, Sep. 22, 1:00 pm
Come and join Bob Dailey as he discusses, "Preparing Your Garden & Lawn
for Fall & Winter".

Learn as Bob Dailey discusses the importance of starting now for
the weather that is soon to come and learn what you need to do
to prepare your lawn and garden for the coming months.

Date & Time: September 22, 2021 at 1 pm 
Ages:    18 & Up
Where: This program requires prior registration. This program will be conducted through GoToMeeting;
             an emailed link will be sent to registered participants on the day of the program with login instructions.
 

  Sponsored by South Montomergy Friends of the Library .
VIRTUAL ADULT - Lear
All Locations
Wednesday, Sep. 22, 2:00pm-3:00pm
Come join us and learn to code with python! This is a multi-part course, but you can jump in anytime. No coding experience required!
This course will be conducted through Go2Meeting. Participants will be sent a link the day of the course and will require a desktop or laptop computer and a stable internet connection in order to participate. 
VIRTUAL COMPUTERS -
All Locations
Thursday, Sep. 23, 4:00-5:00 PM
Join our virtual Girls Who Code Grades 6-12 afterschool program!  This program is open to all children in grades 6-12 and will explore coding basics  the Girls Who Code curriculum.  We will meet every other Thursday throughout the school year.
Meetings will be hosted on GoToMeeting.  Sponsored by R. B. Tullis Library.
VIRTUAL ADULT - Virt
All Locations
Friday, Sep. 24, 2:00pm-3:00pm
Come join us to talk about technology or to troubleshoot any tech issues you might have with software, hardware, or networking!
This course will be conducted via Go2Meeting. Participants will be emailed a link on the day of the course and will need a desktop or laptop computer and a stable internet connection. 
VIRTUAL YOUTH - Micr
All Locations
Monday, Sep. 27, 3:00 PM-4:00 PM
Join us VIRTUALLY each week for a new computer class for ages 8-10.  We will start each class with a quick Keyboarding lesson then move on to a lesson on Microsoft Word. Sponsored by Central and Tullis Library Branches.
VIRTUAL ADULTS : MCM
All Locations
Tuesday, Sep. 28

September is all about slow cooker meals! Bring your favorite or try a new cookbook that features slow cooker meals and join us as we talk about what we like, dislike, favorite recipes, tips and hacks, and more!

 

This program is for adults. This is our last week's wrap-up, which means recipes, pictures, and final impressions. The librarian’s reading The Mediterranean Slow Cooker Cookbook by Dianne Phillips. You can grab a copy yourself or choose your own!

 

We meet on Facebook Groups at https://www.facebook.com/groups/mcmlscookclub  

VIRTUAL YOUTH - Micr
All Locations
Tuesday, Sep. 28, 3:00-4:00 PM
Join us VIRTUALLY each week for a new computer class for ages 11-13.  We will start each class with a quick Keyboarding lesson then move on to a lesson on Microsoft Word. Sponsored by Central and Tullis Library Branches.
VIRTUAL ADULT - Lear
All Locations
Wednesday, Sep. 29, 2:00pm-3:00pm
Come join us and learn to code with python! This is a multi-part course, but you can jump in anytime. No coding experience required!
This course will be conducted through Go2Meeting. Participants will be sent a link the day of the course and will require a desktop or laptop computer and a stable internet connection in order to participate. 
VIRTUAL YOUTH - Micr
All Locations
Wednesday, Sep. 29, 3:00-4:00 PM
Join us VIRTUALLY each week for a new computer class for ages 14-17.  We will start each class with a quick Keyboarding lesson then move on to a lesson on Microsoft Word. Sponsored by Central and Tullis Library Branches.
VIRTUAL COMPUTERS -
All Locations
Thursday, Sep. 30, 4:00-5:00 PM
Join our virtual Girls Who Code Grades 3-5 afterschool program!  This program is open to all children in grades 3-5 and will explore coding basics using the Learn to Code Change the World book and the Girls Who Code curriculum.  We will meet every other Thursday throughout the school year.
Meetings will be hosted on GoToMeeting.  Sponsored by R. B. Tullis Library.
VIRTUAL ADULT: Mitch
All Locations
Friday, Oct. 1, 2:00 PM
Pull up a computer chair, flex your keyboard fingers, and join the Mitchell Fiction Book Club for a lively virtual discussion for adults on Goodreads! http://bit.ly/Mitchell-FictionBookClub

For the month of October, we will be reading The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune. Discussion begins on October 1 and continues all month long.

Questions? Email Us! Sponsored by South Montgomery County Friends of the Library.
VIRTUAL TEENS - Amon
All Locations
Monday, Oct. 4, 4:00-5:00
For teens ages 13-17.  Join us to play Among Us virtually. Participants will need access to a computer, gaming console, or mobile phone and have downloaded the Among Us game.

Registration is required and participants will receive the GoToMeeting link the day of the program.

 
VIRTUAL ADULTS : MCM
All Locations
Tuesday, Oct. 5

Flip through a magazine for October! Whether it’s totally food-focused, like Taste of Home, or features recipes, like Better Homes and Gardens, pick a magazine to try and join us as we discuss the pros, cons, recipes, tips, and more about magazines we examine.


 

This program is for adults. The first week we’ll talk about what magazine we might pick. The librarian’s reading Food Network through the library’s eMagazine platform, Flipster, which is found here: https://www.countylibrary.org/emagazines.htm. You can try it yourself or choose your own!

 

 

We meet on Facebook Groups at https://www.facebook.com/groups/mcmlscookclub   

VIRTUAL ADULT  - Fam
All Locations
Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2:00 PM
Family mealtimes can be a challenge. Join us as we talk about creating
healthy meals with the kids as well as setting the tone for pleasant table time.


Date & Time: Wednesday, October 6, 2021, at 2:00 PM
Ages:  18 & Up
Where:  This program requires prior registration. This program will be conducted through GoToMeeting; an emailed link will be sent to registered participants on the day of the program with login instructions.
           
            
             

  Sponsored by Better Living For Texans.
VIRTUAL COMPUTERS -P
All Locations
Thursday, Oct. 7, 9:30-11:00 AM

Learn the basics of how to start a PowerPoint presentation. You will learn how to choose a template, add a slide and use the options available on the slide; such as tables, images, texts as bullets and lists, and more.

Sponsored by R. B. Tullis Library & Central Library.
VIRTUAL COMPUTERS -
All Locations
Thursday, Oct. 7, 4:00-5:00 PM
Join our virtual Girls Who Code Grades 6-12 afterschool program!  This program is open to all children in grades 6-12 and will explore coding basics  the Girls Who Code curriculum.  We will meet every other Thursday throughout the school year.
Meetings will be hosted on GoToMeeting.  Sponsored by R. B. Tullis Library.
VIRTUAL ADULTS : MCM
All Locations
Tuesday, Oct. 12

Flip through a magazine for October! Whether it’s totally food-focused, like Taste of Home, or features recipes, like Better Homes and Gardens, pick a magazine to try and join us as we discuss the pros, cons, recipes, tips, and more about magazines we examine.


 

This program is for adults. We'll talk about what magazines we picked and our initial impressions this week. The librarian’s reading Food Network through the library’s eMagazine platform, Flipster, which is found here: https://www.countylibrary.org/emagazines.htm. You can try it yourself or choose your own!

 

 

We meet on Facebook Groups at https://www.facebook.com/groups/mcmlscookclub   

VIRTUAL ADULT Crafte
All Locations
Tuesday, Oct. 12, 1:30 pm

Crafternoons at Home
If you’ve got hundreds of “pins” on Pinterest, but just can’t get started, Crafternoons is for you!  Each month will feature virtual instructional crafts that can be made with minimal supplies.  
We will be posting our DIY videos on our MCMLS YouTube Channel so you can "join" us from home! Visit us, call us at 936-442-7728, or email us with questions or to be added to our Crafternoons email list!

Our October craft is inspired by the 2021 Gulf Coast Reads Selection, The House in the Cerulean Sea by TJ Klune. 

Fall Garden Gnome - October 12th

SUPPLIES:
Scented Fall Broom
Plaid Scarf or Fabric
Wooden Knob
Scissors 
Glue Gun
All Montgomery County Memorial Library System programs are virtual until further notice.

Sponsored by South Montgomery County Friends of the Library.
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