Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Holiday Happenings at the Haltom City Public Library


Can you hear them?  The sounds of holiday fun coming to Haltom City Public Library?  They start early this year and you won’t want to miss any of them. 

Coloring and Cookies for Grown Up will begin the holiday season for the Library with Christmas cookies and holiday themed coloring pages on Friday, December 1, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. A special door prize will be given out this month.

On Saturday, December 2, 9:00 – 10:00 a.m., in Super Science Saturdays, children will have fun with science when they learn about Snap Circuits.  Later, Saturday, December 2, from 2:30 - 5:30 p.m., children and adults both can experience festive entertainment and activities at the Haltom City Christmas on Broadway held at the Haltom Recreation Center.

Love Christmas music? Come to the Holiday Sing-Along Afternoon on Monday, December 11, at 2:00 p.m. and watch White Christmas while singing along to the songs. Free popcorn, hot chocolate, and lyrics sheets provided.

Something magical is about to happen at the Library on Monday, December 11 at 6:30 p.m. when the library shows Elf for Family Movie Night, a touching Christmas film for the whole family to enjoy.

Thursday, December 14, 6:30 p.m. the library will have a special Holiday Bedtime Story Time!  There will be a puppet show, stories, holiday craft, and refreshments so wear your pajamas and settle in for an evening of holiday fun.

Teens have a special after-hours program this month on Friday, December 15 from 7:00 - 9 p.m., Escape the Room! Solve puzzles to "escape." Pizza will be served! Space is limited and registration is required.  Register online here!

Be on the the lookout! 

The Friends of the Library Christmas elves will be creating their wonderful book Christmas tree sitting in the lobby early this year so you may have missed hearing their excited whispers and giggles.

The Library will host a Santa Paws Tree for the Haltom City Animal Shelter. Come in and choose a gift to purchase for the shelter. More details coming soon.

Don't forget!

The library has lots of holiday movies and books for you to enjoy! 

Happy Holiday!

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Mason Cox - Artist on Display

The Haltom City Public Library is exhibiting art work by local painter Mason Cox. All the paintings on display at the Library are in pastels. Please read here what Mason has to say about his art. If you want to contact Mason his email address is

After a 20-year career in the Air Force and several years in the corporate world I started taking art classes at the local community colleges and found it enjoyable and relaxing. Now that I'm retired full time I spend a lot of time painting. Most of my work is what I consider a realistic/impressionistic style. I have some abstract works but not many. I have experimented with different media but I tend to like the bright colors I get with acrylics and find it easier to blend shades as I’m working. In 2014 I was inspired by an article in Pastel Journal and started working in that media. I really enjoy it and have had some success. 
Most of my inspiration comes from my motorcycle travels throughout the United States where I take photos that I use as starting points for my landscape paintings.
Since I live in Texas I have a lot of Texas scenes but I also return home to visit my family in Indiana so there are some scenes from the Midwest as well as some from the southeast. I especially enjoy painting flowers and trees and you will also see several beach and water scenes as I have always felt drawn to the seashore (and I've taken 2 trips to Hawaii recently).

Mason Cox

Monday, September 11, 2017

Pumpkin Decorating Contest

It's almost that time! Time to enter the Haltom City Public Library's 3rd Annual Pumpkin Decorating Contest.

Who can enter:

Anyone! There are 4 judging categories:

  1. Children ages 5-8
  2. Children ages 9-12
  3. Teens ages 13-17
  4. Adults 18 and older

How to Enter:

  • Decorate a pumpkin or gourd—real or artificial—anyway you want: glue, paint, carve, or all of the above! See rules for more information.
  • Bring pumpkin to the library and fill out entry form.
  • The deadline to bring your pumpkins to the library is Wednesday, October 25, 2017. 

  • Please keep pumpkins appropriate for viewing of all ages. Pumpkins deemed inappropriate by library staff for public display will not be judged or displayed.  
  • No sharp or protruding objects of any kind will be allowed.
  • Pumpkins must be decorated at home and brought to the library during library hours.  Deadline: Wednesday, 8 p.m., October 25, 2017. 
  • Library staff will discard pumpkins that exhibit mold or rot. 
  • Pumpkins will be assigned an entry number. Please do not put your name on the pumpkin. 
  • Judging will take place during the Hooowling Halloween beginning at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, October 30, 2017.
  • Pumpkins can be picked up on Monday night after Hooowling Halloween or during regular library hours on Tuesday, October 31, 2017. All pumpkins left after October 31st will be used for the Teen Pumpkin Smash event on November 1, 2017 or will be discarded.

All winning entries for each category will receive a Sonic gift card.

Saturday, September 9, 2017

Read Across Texas: The Veteran Experience - Book Discussion

Read Across Texas: The Veteran Experience
Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at 6:30 p.m.

Join us for discussion of Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk by Ben Fountain. No registration required. Light refreshments will be served. Please contact the library for a copy of the book.

Read Across Texas is a statewide reading program sponsored by the Texas Center for the Book. Read Across Texas encourages communities to engage in tough but important conversations that surround the story of those who have bravely served our country and about what happens when these veterans come home. A grant from the Friends of Libraries & Archives of Texas provided extra copies of the book.

The Military Veterans' Peer Network offers Peer to Peer Group Support at the Haltom City Public Library. They meet on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month.

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Helping After Harvey

Hurricane Harvey has devastated our fellow Texans and we all want to help.  You might have noticed the City of Haltom City posting this notice:


Haltom City is not accepting material donations such as clothing and blankets for the victims of Hurricane Harvey. If citizens want to contribute to Hurricane Harvey disaster relief money may be donated directly to the American Red Cross. Select Hurricane Harvey from the drop-down menu. At this time and in the upcoming days, money will be the greatest need and the easiest and most convenient way of assisting those affected.

In addition to the Red Cross, you may also want to consider donating to the SPCA of Texas   or the Humane Society to help animals affected by the storm.

Libraries have also been hit hard with this storm. To help libraries affected, you can make a donation to the Texas Library Association Disaster Relief Fund.

You might have also noticed many people on local Facebook groups soliciting donations. Our IT Manager offers the following advice:

"Heads-up! Bad guys are exploiting the Hurricane Harvey disaster. There are fake Facebook pages, tweets are going out with fake charity websites, and phishing emails are sent out asking for donations to #HurricaneHarvey Relief Funds that they keep for themselves. Don't fall for any scams. If you want to make a donation, go to the website of the charity of your choice and make a donation. Type the address in your browser or use a bookmark. Do not click on any links in emails or text you might get. Whatever you see in the coming weeks about Hurricane Harvey disaster relief... THINK BEFORE YOU CLICK. Hurricane Harvey hit hard and especially Houston, TX is badly flooded. The death toll is rising and you can also count on cyber-scams exploiting this disaster. Scammers are now using the Hurricane Harvey disaster to trick people in clicking on links, on Facebook, Twitter and phishing emails trying to solicit charitable giving for the flood victims.
Here are some examples:
  • Facebook pages dedicated to victim relief contain links to scam websites.
  • Tweets are going out with links to charitable websites soliciting donations, but in reality, include links to scam sites or links that lead to a malware infection.
  • Phishing emails dropping in a user's inbox asking for donations to #HurricaneHarvey Relief Fund.
Be wary of anything online covering the Hurricane Harvey disaster in the following weeks.U.S. federal agencies are warning citizens anxious to donate money for those victimized by Hurricane Harvey to be especially wary of scam artists. In years past we’ve seen shameless fraudsters stand up fake charities and other bogus relief efforts in a bid to capitalize on public concern over an ongoing disaster. Here are some tips to help ensure sure your aid dollars go directly to those most in need.The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) issued an alert Monday urging consumers to be on the lookout for a potential surge in charity scams. The FTC advises those who wish to donate to stick to charities they know, and to be on the lookout for charities or relief Web sites that seem to have sprung up overnight in response to current events (such as, registered on Aug. 28, 2017). Sometimes these sites are set up by well-meaning people with the best of intentions (however misguided), but it’s best not to take a chance.The FTC also warns consumers not to assume that a charity message posted on social media is a legitimate, and urges folks to research the organization before donating by visiting charity evaluation sites such as Charity NavigatorCharity WatchGuideStar, or theBetter Business Bureau’s Wise Giving Alliance. The agency also reminds people who wish to donate via text message to confirm the number with the source before you donate.From the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT) comes a reminder that malware purveyors frequently use natural disasters and other breaking news items of broad interest to trick people into clicking on malicious links or opening booby-trapped email attachments."


Thursday, July 13, 2017

Ladies' Night Out 2017

It is almost time for Ladies' Night Out! If you do not have a ticket yet, there is still time to get one and enjoy this fun event to raise funds for library programs and services.

Ladies' Night Out will be held on Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Tickets are $45 and are available at the library. Call or come by to get your ticket today!


Dinner is being catered by Events by Chef Tyler. The menu is:

Pan-Seared Chicken Breast in Chardonnay and Thyme Sauce
Boursin Cheese Whipped Potatoes
Italian Vegetable Medley with Balsamic Glaze
Garden Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette
Dinner Rolls

Appetizers of Caprese Skewers and Spanakopita will be served before dinner.


The following vendors are confirmed. Check back for updates!

Creation of Miracles
Creations by Yunna (handmade jewelry)
Jamberry Nails
Katherine Parker (baked goods)
Lip Sense
Loretta Helm (Pet bandannas and other handmade pet products)
Mary Kay
Monat Hair Care
Pampered Chef
Paparazzi Accessories
Premier Jewelry
Pure Romance (bath and body products)
Purple Light Touch Massage
Sam's Club (optical tests)
Scentsy Candles
Texas Pottery & Clay
Therapy Baking (cake pops)
Treasures and Lace (tatted lace jewelry)
Young Living Essential Oils


Face Reading
Photo Booth
Temporary Tattoos


Ladies' Night Out would not be possible without the generous support of our sponsors.


Cathy and David Black

Marshall Brinkley

Bangkok Cuisine
Cowtown Bowling

Saturday, July 8, 2017

Upcoming Teen Programs

In case you haven't noticed, we have a lot of new programs for Teens at the library. Join us for the fun!

Game On
Calling all gamers...Wii gaming fun. For 7th – 12th grades. Join us on Tuesdays & Thursdays at 4:00 pm. In the community/meeting room.

Teen Advisory Board
Earn a community service hour and help out the Library at the same time. Last Wednesday of each month from 4 – 5:00 p.m.  (July 26th & August 25th). Voice your opinion about teen programs at the library. For high school teens, this meeting takes place in the Library board room.

Teen Trivia
Held the last Friday of each month (July 28th & August 30th) at 4:00 p.m. in the community/meeting room. Answer trivia questions while enjoying a snack. Winner will receive a prize and have their name displayed.

Teen Superhero Movie Event
On July 14th at 3:30 pm.,  Captain America Civil War (PG-13, 146 minutes, 2016) will be the feature movie at the Library.

Teen Mini Golf
Have you ever wanted to play mini golf in the library? Here's your chance! Come enjoy 9 holes with friends on Friday, August 18th, from 7 - 9:00 p.m. For 7th-12th Graders. Space is limited so please sign up either online or call 817-222-7787.

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Summer Reading Club 2017

The Haltom City Library's annual Summer Reading Program, sponsored by the Friends of the Haltom City Public Library, is in full swing! The library will be hoppin’ with lots of activities. 

First start your vacation off and register for the Summer Reading Club. Pick up your reading logs and keep track of the time as you read. It’s easy. who read over the summer months maintain their skills and are better prepared to start school in the fall.

Reading Program

You can also register and record your time online:

Children's Programs 

The weekly schedule of children's and family events is below:

Mondays at 6:30 p.m. -  Family Movie Nights

June 5: The Lego Movie
June 12: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
June 19: Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
June 26: Beauty and the Beast
July 3: Wall-E
July 10: The Muppet Movie
July 17: The Iron Giant
July 24: Big Hero 6

Tuesdays at 2:00 p.m. - Board Game Days

Bring your friends and your favorite game or enjoy one of ours!

Wednesdays at 2:00 p.m. -  Kid Craft Days

Beat the heat and make a craft! 

Thursdays at 2:00 p.m. - Reading Buddies

Practice your reading with a new friend or a reading dog!

Fridays at 2:00 p.m. - Special Guest Fridays

June 9: Percussion Things
June 16: Willy Welch, Author, singer, musician
June 23: Chickendog Circus
June 30: Ronald McDonald
July 7: Author  James Martinez
July 14: Zooniversity
July 21: Perot Museum TECH Truck
July 28: Professor Pop Bret Roberts, Magician

Super Science Saturday 

July 1 at 9:00 a.m.: Fossils

Story Times

Regularly scheduled story times will continue throughout the summer at 10:30 a.m.:

Wednesdays : Bilingual Story Time
Thursdays: Preschool Story Time
Friday: Toddler Time

Teen Programs

Game On! Wii Gaming - Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4:00 p.m.

Get your Game On! at the Library. Wii provided. Every Tuesday and Thursday.

Escape The Room - June 9 at 6:30 p.m.

Geared towards 7-12th grade teens, the Haltom City Library's "Escape the Room" traps players in a room and in order to escape they must follow clues and solve puzzles within a set time limit. Escapees will be rewarded with pizza!

Call 817-576-0115 to sign up or see a librarian at the reference desk.

Teen Trivia - Last Friday of the Month at 4:00 p.m.

Winner of the trivia contest will receive a prize! 

June 30: Disney Trivia
July 28: Food Logos and Slogans

Adult Programs

Coloring and Cookies for Grown Ups - First Friday of the Month at 6:30 p.m.

Join us for some relaxing fun and sweet treats! Coloring pages and colored pencils are provided, but feel free to bring your own if you prefer.

Sing-Along Afternoons - 2nd Tuesday at 2:00 p.m.

June 12: Singin' In the Rain
July 10: Mamma Mia! 

For more information about any of these programs, please see our Facebook page or contact the library.

Monday, May 1, 2017

May Happenings at the Library

Coloring & Cookies for Grownups
Friday, May 5 at 6:30 p.m.
The popular program continues on the first Friday of the month. Relax and have fun coloring and enjoying a treat. All materials provided, but feel free to bring your own if you prefer. Adults only, please.

Super Science Saturday
Saturday, May 6 at 9:00 a.m.
Learn and have fun with hands on experiments. May's topic is Geology. Ages 6 - 12.

NEW PROGRAM: Sing-Along Afternoon
Monday, May 8 at 2:00 p.m.
The Haltom City Public Library and the Haltom City Senior Center are joining forces to offer this fun program for all ages! Sing along to your favorite musical. Free popcorn and lyrics sheets will be provided.  May's movie will be The Music Man. All ages welcome.

Family Movie Night - The Secret Life of Pets
Monday, May 8 at 6:30 p.m.
Enjoy a movie with the family and free popcorn! May's Family Movie will be the Secret Life of Pets.

Friday, May 19 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Please join AT&T for its It Can Wait simulator tour kickoff event. The simulator will be set up in the library. Test out the campaign's virtual reality simulator to experience firsthand why no post, glance, email, search, or text is worth a life. Remember: You're never alone when you are on the road. All ages.

Haltom City Garden Club's Annual Plant Sale & Swap, Craft Show, and Workshops
Saturday, May 20 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Don't miss the Garden Club's Annual event! There will be a plant swap and sale, garden craft sale, gardening workshops and a bee program for children.

Teen Advisory Board
Wednesday, May 31 at 4:00 p.m.
Calling all High School students! Voice your opinions about teen programs at the library! Earn a community service hour and enjoy a snack. The Teen Advisory Board will meet monthly on the last Wednesday of each month.

Burgers & Bingo at the Senior Center
The library is also selling tickets to Burgers and Bingo (May 19 at 6:30 p.m.), a fundraiser benefiting Friends Helping Friends Senior Transportation Program. Tickets are $25.00.  The fundraiser will be at the Senior Center at 5000 Berniece Street. There will be a silent auction and bake sale. Call 817.834.8021 for more information.

Don't forget about our Story Times!

Bilingual Story Time: Wednesdays at 10:30 a.m.
Preschool Story Time: Thursdays at 10:30 a.m.
Toddler Time: Fridays at 10:30 a.m.

Ladies' Night Out
Ladies' Night Out Tickets are now available! Get your ticket before June 17 to take advantage of the $39 early bird price ($45 after June 17) and be entered into the Early Bird Drawing the night of the event.

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Book Sale + More

The annual Friends of the Haltom City Public Library book sale is here. The sale runs from Thursday, April 27th Sunday, April 30th. There is something for everyone. There are puzzles, 78 RPM records, videos (first video is $1.00, the next 5 are free; thats less than 17 cents per tape!). There are hardcover and paperback books. You will discover both children and adult books. That gem that you have been searching for just might be here. Dont miss the opportunity to find it!

Thursday, 4-27:  10 am 7 pm
Friday, 4-28:        10 am 5 pm
Saturday, 4-29:   10 am 4 pm
Sunday, 4-30:       2 pm 4 pm  

The Friends of HCPL work all year long to organize and set up this annual tradition. The Friends use these proceeds to help fund the costs of many events. The Friends have sponsored or co-sponsored many of our events. Here is a listing of some of those events:

Ø  Amnesty Day on fines
Ø  Family Movie Nights
Ø  Hooowling Halloween
Ø  Ladies Night Out
Ø  Night of Romance
Ø  Summer Reading Program
Ø  Volunteer Appreciation Reception

And thats just since October 2016!

Our wonderful Friends have purchased many things for the Library throughout the years. There are just too many items to list in this small space.

If you would like to join the Friends (there is no membership fee) or volunteer for some of the many events throughout the year, please call President, Patsy Sullivan at 817.849.2526.

Thank you to all the people who volunteered at the book sale.

Sharon Bell                                          Shada Kilinski
Birdi & Gary Blocker                        Betty Lair
Toni Crawford                                   Janell & Joe Long
Pat Davenport                                   Sheila Means
Valerie Deering                                 Rita Morton
Terri Grizzelle                                    Melanie Penrod
Brenda Groschup                             Bonnie Richards
Irvelene Hays                                     Cindy Sharpe
Marion Hilliard                                   Patsy Sullivan

Darlene Hooks

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Volunteer Appreciation Reception

Mark April 12th from 2 to 4 pm on your calendar to drop by the Haltom City Public Library and hob knob with those special people who contribute so much to the fantastic programs sponsored by the Library.  Light refreshments will be provided and much lively conversation will occur.  Many volunteers come to work and support the Library and their most wonderful employees, but rarely get a chance to stop working long enough to get to know fellow volunteers.  This is one of those special times where we can share experiences and laugh together.  And, if our citizens like the special and the regular programs of the Library, this is a time to pat the backs of some of those who make it happen.

Marian Hilliard, special contributor to the Inside Cover and library supporter

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Springing Forward at the Haltom City Public Library

Spring is in full swing, and there's a lot coming up at the library.

For those of you who love to watch movies (and who doesn’t?), we have increased the limit of DVD checkout limit from 10 DVDs per card to 15.

Super Science Saturday continues on the 1st Saturday of the month at 9:00 a.m. The theme for April 1st is Rockets, and the theme for May 6th is Geology. Super Science Saturday - where science meets fun - is appropriate for ages 6 to 12.

Representatives from the Library will be at the Haltom City Carfest on April 1st handing out bookmarks. The Easter Bunny will be there!

The Easter Bunny will take time again out his/her busy schedule to make a special appearance at the April 13th Preschool Story Time at 10:30 a.m. Bring your camera!

Relax and have fun with us at Coloring and Cookies for Grown Ups on the First Friday evening of every month at 6:30 p.m. (yes, after the library is closed!). All supplies provided, but feel free to bring your own if you prefer. Coloring and Cookies will be held on April 7th and May 5th.

The Library will be showing HOP on April 10th at 6:30 p.m. for Family Movie Night. The Secret Life of Pets will be shown on May 8th.
Everyone looks forward to the Friends of the Haltom City Public Library’s annual book sale. The sale is right around the corner. Mark your calendar for the following times and dates:
Thursday, April 27th: 10:30am – 7:00pm
Friday, April 28th: 10:30am – 5:00pm  
Saturday, April 29th: 10:30am – 4:00pm
Sunday, April 30th:  2:00pm –  4:00pm box sale

The Library will once again host the Haltom City Garden Club's Plant Swap and Sale in May. Stay tuned for more details.

Summer Reading Club planning is in full swing. Check back for exciting details!

The next Ladies’ Night Out date has been set. Mark your calendars for Saturday, August 12, 2017. And we are happy to announce that Chef Tyler will be catering the event once again.

We hope to see you at the library soon!

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Night of Romance 2017

                                                        Night of Romance 2017

 The library's third annual " Night of Romance", which highlights area authors of romance novels, was held on Friday, February 10. What a fabulous evening! We had 12 authors in attendance. Each attendee was presented with a long stem rose, their choice of color. No not just red ones. Haltom City Public Library is more colorful than that! Refreshments included bubbly drinks and a delectable chocolate fountain. Opportunities to purchase books directly from the authors was exciting. Many of our wonderful authors donated baskets filled with copies of their books and other goodies and door prizes were awarded every 30 minutes throughout the evening. Our good friend and featured author, Marsha R. West, composed a terrific article detailing this event on her weekly blog. With her permission the link to her blog is as follows: Please feel free to follow her, Marsha is loads of fun. We hope you will join us next year for an even more fantastic event!

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Fran Burns Photography Exhibit

We would like to encourage everyone to come to the Library in to see a new photographic exhibit. There are over 20 photographs by photographer Fran Burns. If you have been around Haltom City, you might know Fran. She started the first Haltom City Photography Contest, which is now in its 29th year.  Here, in her own words, are how she got started in photojournalism:

I began working for the North Hills News in spring 1986 after graduating from the University of North Texas with a degree in photojournalism. I was hired as the staff photographer, and the position gave me the opportunity to take photos of all kinds of subjects and events.  I was also able to do a little writing and page layout for the paper. 
North Hills News was a weekly that initially covered Haltom City, North Richland Hills, Richland Hills and Watauga. We had reporters that regularly attended city council meetings in each of these towns. We also covered BISD and the private schools in our area. The paper later expanded limited coverage in Hurst, Euless and Bedford and the HEB School District. 
As staff photographer I ran a darkroom and was responsible for rolling bulk film, developing the film and making an average of 40 prints per week for publications. My most challenging assignment was getting good photos of high school football games. With limited equipment and taking photos basically in the dark, I found Friday night football a frustrating comedy of errors. 
I was present with people at their most celebratory times and during their worst times. It was all part of the job. As I think back on it now, I feel incredibly blessed to have been able to document a short timeframe of history in Northeast Tarrant County.
Today, I continue to enjoy taking photos of my kids and grandkids … still documenting history, but in a more personal way. 
A collection of the North Hills News is housed at the Birdville Museum, 6030 Walker St., Haltom City. All of my negatives from my time with the newspaper are also archived there.
For more information contact the library.

Thursday, January 26, 2017

National Geographic Sale

Don't miss the next mini-sale sponsored by the Friends of Haltom City Public Library.

The first sale will feature National Geographic magazines. The premier magazine for science, geography, and social studies is well known for its award winning writing and photography.

The sale will run from February 13 through February 16, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day or until they run out.

After you read the magazines, they are prefect for upcycling! Check out these ideas:

Decorating with National Geographic Magazines from Little Green Notebook

National Geographic Shelf from Inhabitat

How to make Altered Art Pages with National Geographic magazine by Shemi Dixon on YouTube

How to Decoupage Anything from DIY

Crafts from Recycled Magazines

Craft Project Ideas from Recycled Magazines from Craft World

Make a Recycled Paper Bead Bracelet from Instructables.

Feel free to contact the library to check and see if items are still available, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

Monday, January 23, 2017

New Art on Display : Kiki Rajasekar

Drop over to the Haltom City Public Library to view artist Keerthana (Kiki)  Rajasekar’s original artwork. She has explored two themes - an Indian wedding and glimpses from her travels. She primarily works in oil and watercolor paint mediums, experimenting between photo-realistic attempts of subjects and an artist's eye view of landscapes. Interested in every form, abstract, figurative and pop, she wishes to explore them all in her artwork. 

Kiki Rajasekar's work will be on view for three weeks at the Haltom City Public Library.

Thursday, January 5, 2017

Friends of the Haltom City Public Library Abbreviated Paperback Book Sale

The Friends of the Haltom City Public Library are hosting another book sale at your favorite public library. This is one of the mini book sales sponsored by the Friends’ organization. 

On Monday, January 9th through Saturday, January 14th, the Friends will be selling paperback books for either $.25 or $.50. Where else can you get a deal like that?! The times are: 

Monday from 2 – 7:30 p.m. 
Tuesday – Saturday from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. (while supplies last).

At the last mini sale (cookbooks) the Friends sold all cookbooks and closed down the sale early, after only 3 days. If you are making a special trip for the book sale, call ahead to make sure there still are books for sale, 817.222.7785 or 817.222.7787, or visit the library’s website or Facebook page for an update. 

Most of the paperbacks are adult with some teen books thrown into the mix. Happy reading.

Would you like to get involved with the Friends of the Haltom City Public Library? Give us a call at 817.222.7787.