Library programs continue through renovations

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Even with a $2.52 million renovation project under way, it’s business as usual at the Friendswood Library.

The library’s public restrooms will be closed for the next four to six weeks, the city announced, but most of the library is open and various programs for all ages continue.

The Bogart-Bacall film, “To Have and Have Not,” will be screened at the library this Thursday at 6:20 p.m.

On Tuesday, April 28, the library will host a free seminar, “Making Connections,” which will outline techniques to access the “hidden” job market via social media, and making effective phone calls.

May programs include an Introduction to Skype, a screening of the film, “Gigi,” a poetry series, a genealogy presentation on researching German ancestors and a hurricane preparedness seminar.

Renovations will add 6,000 square feet to the current facility, 416 S. Friendswood Dr. A grand re-opening is expected to be held at the finished facility by spring of next year.

For more information about programs at the library, visit or call 281-482-7135.

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