The Houston Public Library is ReLinking four communities to their Libraries! We are re-opening 4 libraries that have been renovated after being closed for more than a year. A grand re-opening event has been planned for each library, unveiling the remarkable renovations, enhanced spaces and exceptional services. We hope YOU will join us as we celebrate these assets of our community. Click or tap to access the ReLinking You to Your Library At-A-Glance PDF.
Young Neighborhood Library
Saturday, November 5, 2016 | 10 AM – 12:30 PM
5107 Griggs Rd., | 77021
The new Young Neighborhood Library is a true testament of a successful collaboration between the community and the Library. The Library worked collectively with the community to provide what the neighborhood needed. The results have produced an architectural feat with state-of-the-art “building features” and technology. The new library building is situated directly off of the Metro Purple Rail Line and Interstate 45, providing easy access.
Grand Reopening activities include refreshments provided by local restaurants such as James Coney Island and some fun carnival activities like face painting, horseshoe toss, karaoke, storytime for kids and smart device help for your Nook, iPad etc.
Henington-Alief Regional Library
Jungman Neighborhood Library
Stimley-Blue Ridge Neighborhood Library
Winter 2017 (Date not finalized yet)
7007 W Fuqua | 77489
The Library and Health Department have partnered to provide the Blue Ridge community with resources for continuous learning and health. The renovated Stimley-Blue Ridge Neighborhood Library has an updated look with an enhanced technical center and will include a WIC Center dedicated to providing health information and services to the community at large. It will also be a Texas State Libraries & Archives Commission's Family Place Libraries™.