Some of the adult events were made possible by a grant from the Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation.
Thank you to the generous local businesses that donated prizes for the weekly drawing:
Adults (18+) read books, write reviews, and attend program events to receive entries for weekly prizes!
On June 10th or after, participants will register accounts through ReadSquared, a website that tracks progress, gives virtual badges at milestones, and more.
For more information on ReadSquared or how the Summer Reading Program works, attend the Kick-Off event scheduled for June 10th or visit the Library’s website at bsblibrary.org!
Reading Rocks at the Buvlerde Spring Branch Library
Learn the Principles of Permaculture and Hygge - June 17—1:00pm
Build a better world for yourself by learning how to implement the basic focuses of permaculture in your environment by designing a garden and landscape. Learn about the different healing gardens and herb
gardens that you can plant which follow the principles of permaculture. We will also introduce the basics of Hygge, a feeling of completeness or coziness that is based in Danish culture. Enjoy a craft that will bring the feeling of Hygge to you and have refreshments. Please register for a supply and refreshment count.
Blood Drive with South Texas Blood and Tissue Center - July 8—10:30am - 2:30pm
Come donate blood for a good cause to help those who can't help themselves. Sign up for a time that is convenient for you. Sign up at the circulation desk or by calling 830.438.4864. Time slots are in 1/2 hour increments.
George Burns Alive Again and in Concert - July 8—3:00pm
Everyone loves George Burns! Join Broadway and film actor Duffy Hudson as he takes you on a stroll along nostalgia lane. George Burns sings, dances and tells stories like only George Burns can. This 75 minute, one-man, musical, comedy performance of our beloved George Burns is sure to delight the entire family!!! No registration required.
Storytelling Performance by Donna Ingham - July 29—3:00pm
Humorist and folklorist Donna Ingham takes the ancient art of storytelling and gives it a Texas twist to entertain audiences of all ages. Hear tall tales, folklore, historical and personal stories told.