Summer Reading Party!
Your are invited to Dickinson Public Library's Summer Reading Party - Saturday August 2, 11am-12pm. Free to Everyone! Sing along with characters from Frozen, play games, take pictures, and win prizes! Click here for info.
One World, Many Stories...@ the Library
Free Summer Programs at Dickinson Public Library for Tots to Teens! Reading logs and a calendar of events can be picked up at the library. This summer we are traveling around the world - through books, crafts, food, and stories. Click below for a calendar.
Children's programming is funded (in part) by a grant from the U.S. IMLS and TSLAC (2014).
Free Summer Programs! Activities are on Monday and Wednesday each week! Mondays @ 2pm: Video Games. Wednesdays @ 3pm: Bleach Tees - Bring a plain,cotton (non-white) t-shirt and create a design to bleach on to it!
Teen Summer Reading Prize Drawing: Saturday August 2 @ 12:30pm. Grand Prize is Kindle Fire, other prizes also available. To enter grand prize drawing, teen must turn in Teen Reading Log and Attend One Summer Reading Program!
Photos of Summer Programs
To see photos from our summer programs, Click the flickr Photos icon on the right. Programs are sorted by album or see all photos in the photo stream!
Computer Classes for Adults @ the Library
Computer Classes will Resume in September. If you are interseted in signing up for them, please call the library and reserve your spot!
Dickinson Public Library has Beginning Computer Classes for Adults: Tuesdays @ 9am starting in September. Seating is limited. Register by calling 281-534-3812 or by stopping at the front desk of the library.
TUMBLE BOOK CLOUD
This collection of TumbleBooks includes (animated, talking picture books) with fiction, non-fiction and foreign language titles, Math Stories, Read-Alongs (chapter books with sentence highlighting and narration but no animation), Videos (from National Geographics), TumbleTV which consists of pre-set playlists of a sequence of books and Tumble Puzzles & Games. Click above to begin!
Federal Student Aid
Do you need help finding money for college or career school? Stop by the library and pick up your free publications from the U.S. Department of Education. Resources include a college preparation checklist, career planning guide, and tips for high school students and adults planning to go to school. Resources are available in English and Spanish. For a list of web resources, click here.
Online Public Access Catalog
To access, click on the Catalog link to your left.
Click on Account Log On. Then use your 14 digit barcode for your User Name (the first information required) , and your last name,
all lower case, as your password (the last information required),
to sign in.
Once you have logged in to your account, you
may reserve books, but not DVDs, by
searching for the item, selecting it, and clicking reserve at
the bottom of the page. There is also a button which
allows you to renew your books (but not DVDs), and write brief
We are still in the process of editing the
patron accounts to accommodate this service, so if you have a
problem signing in, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to make corrections to
you @ the Library!
Photos and videos that appear on the library’s website, Flickr account, or promotional materials may be gathered from public programs, events, and library spaces. To ensure the privacy of individuals and children, images will not be identified using full names or personal identifying information without written approval from the photographed subject, parent or legal guardian.