Non-native invasive species are all around us, along our bayous, in our waterways, and in our yards. Along the upper Gulf Coast, some examples include feral hogs, Asian clams, Red Lionfish, and more. Learn what … Continue reading Invasive Species of the Gulf Coast
Our local history librarian will present an hour long overview of HeritageQuest Online and Ancestry.com (Library Edition). The first ten patrons can also work with Heritage Quest on our laptops.
Trammel’s Trace, named for a borderlands smuggler, was an important passageway into early Texas. Local author Gary L. Pinkerton will share his love of Texas history and discuss the research that resulted in the published … Continue reading Trammel’s Trace: the First Road to Texas from the North
Mark Lardas, the author of Texas Shipwrecks, will tell how shipwrecks – from Cabeza de Vaca’s involuntqary visit to Galveston Island in the 16th century through shipwrecks into the 21st century – are part of … Continue reading Texas Shipwrecks and Texas City Shipwrecks
The library provides access to two FREE legal databases where you can retrieve legal forms and information. Join the Reference Librarian for an overview of the library’s subscription databases.
Artist Randy Ramirez will lead a class on basic drawing. Come and learn about the lines and shapes that are the foundation for landscape and still-life drawings. All materials will be provided.
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