I want to remind everyone who has an opportunity to be in the Seabrook area this Sunday of the benefit to raise money for the construction of a new library to replace the one destroyed by Hurricane Ike. Below is the press release and photo, both submitted by Marianne Dyson:
Houston area children’s authors and the Friends of Evelyn Meador Library invite the public to enjoy FREE ice cream and programs at the Seabrook Community House on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2-5 p.m.
Proceeds from sales of autographed books and paving stones will be donated to support the construction of the new library to replace the one destroyed by Hurricane Ike. So come enjoy FREE ice cream, and:
Turn into a Texas hero with Mary Dodson Wade, author of I’m Going to Texas/Yo Voy a Tejas;
Fly like an angel with Pam Van Scoyoc, author of Angel Wings;
Take home puppet patterns and a script after hearing Pat Miller’s Substitute Groundhog;
Play a game children played 100 years ago with Deborah K. Frontiera, author of Living on Sisu: The 1913 Union Copper Strike Tragedy;
Help Pam Calvert, author of Princess Peepers, write a hilarious story using: Y-O-U;
Try a Name that Texas Symbol game with Wendy Lanier, author of A Pebble First Guide to Texas Symbols;
Meet blue-footed boobies, marine iguanas and giant tortoises from the Galapagos Islands with Ana Maria Rodriguez, author of the series, Animal Secrets Revealed;
Make a dragon mask with Gail Greenberg, author of No Pig’s Brain Soup, Please
Draw a rabbit on the Moon with Home on the Moon author Marianne J. Dyson;
Go on a Reader’s Treasure Hunt and earn stickers, bookmarks, and prizes!
The Seabrook Community House is located at 1210 Anders St., Seabrook, TX 77586, near the intersection of 1-46 and NASA Pkwy. See http://www.hcpl.net/location/evelyn-meador-branch-library for directions.
Friends of Evelyn Meador Library is a nonprofit corporation (EIN 76-0163564) that raises funds for library materials not covered by the Harris Co. budget. P.O. Box 684, Seabrook, TX 77586.