Programs for Adults at Friendswood Public Library

Below are programs being sponsored by the Friendswood Public Library.

Tuesday, April 1st at 2:30pm to 4:00pm – Genealogy Series: UK & Ireland Research: Census Records presented by Nick Cimino.

Wednesdays in April: 1:00pm – 3:00pm. Job Search Skills Seminars – Workforce Solutions. Free Classes. No registration required.

  • 4/2: Work in Texas Basics – Learn how to use www.workintexas.com to improve your job search success.
  • 4/9: Evaluating your Skills & Developing a Job Search Plan/ Rebranding your Skills
  • 4/16: Creating a Resume & Completing the Application/ Creating References, Cover & Thank You Letters
  • 4/23: Making Connections: Networking & Using Social Media
  • 4/30: Interviewing

Tuesday, April 8th at 7pm Book Club. The Painted Drum by Louise Erdrich. Book Club meets the 2nd Tuesday each month at 7:00 p.m. Refreshments are provided.

Wednesday, April 16th at 7pm – Lighthouses of Texas presented by author Steph McDougal. Lighthouses of Texas chronicles lighthouse history in the state from when Texans won their independence from Mexico in 1836 to modern automated lighthouses of the twentieth century. Images of how lighthouses have changed throughout the decades provide readers with a visual history of the evolution of the structures, especially when many lighthouses today have been abandoned or are privately owned.  MacDougal hopes that this book “will spur lighthouse-related tourism along the Texas Gulf Coast and help to encourage the restoration of the remaining lighthouses, some of which are in deteriorated condition.” Steph McDougal, an Ohio native with ties to New England, now hangs her hat in Houston, Texas. Steph’s first published book is Lighthouses of Texas. She also contributed to Buildings of Texas: Volume 1 and has written journal articles and historical narratives. Steph remains enthralled by her first preservation love, America’s historic ballrooms of the Big Band era.

Wednesday, April 30th at 7pm – FPL Poetry Series – “Soldiers, scholars and poets of WWI”  The Rev. Dr. Crawford will give a presentation on the lives and works of the extraordinary men who served in WWI and how they struggled with the devastation of that war.  A number of these young men wrote extraordinary poems, letters and prose as they wrestled with death, dying and destruction.  Mark Crawford earned his Doctor of Ministry Degree from Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary.

Friendswood Public Library — 416 South Friendswood Drive — Friendswood, TX 77546

281-482-7135

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