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Monday for Baldwin Boettcher @ Mercer Botanical Gardens

Today Baldwin Boettcher Library has two different adult programs going on at Mercer Botanical Gardens.  They both will meet on the west side of Mercer Botanical Gardens at the Pole Barn.  First will be Spin-a-Yarn at 3 pm, and then we will have English as a Second Language with our beloved Cindy Groover at 6 pm to 7:30 pm.  If you have any questions regarding these programs, please call either Carrie at 281-765-7726 or Cindy 832-927-5480.  It will be a busy day at Baldwin Boettcher at Mercer Botanical Gardens, and we look forward to seeing you here!

Silver Light Music Performance

What are two guys on #guitar and #saxophone? They are the musical duet "Silver Light"! Join us in the Meeting Room this Saturday, June 9th from 10:30 AM - 12 PM as Silver Light performs popular songs from the 1950's through 2017.

Texas Workforce - Resume Tips

Need #resume assistance? On Thurs 6/7 from 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM in the Computer Lab, Workforce solutions will help you to get noticed. Learn how to develop professional applications, resumes, references, cover letters, and thank you letters that make the most impact. Self-register online at http://bit.ly/2LmqWpA or by calling 832-927-7830.

Children's Weekly Run Down!

This Week at the Library

This week begins our summer reading program here at the Kingwood Library! This Tuesday our regularly scheduled Toddler Time will be replace with Kindermusik @ 10 AM.  Lapsit Storytime is @ 11:15 AM on Tuesday and @ 11 AM on Thursday. Preschool Storytime will be @ 11 AM on Wednesday. We also have our Family Storytime presented on Saturday @10:30 AM where you can enjoy stories and a craft with your whole family!

LIBRARIES ROCK! 

MONDAY we have our Summer Kick Off Party @ 6 PM. There will be information about the Summer Reading Program, places to get signed up online, and a movie on the lawn @ 7:15 PM. Bring a blanket, and some bug spray, and sing along with us! 

Nutty Scientist Show This Thursday

Calling all Scientists! If you are ready to have fun with science, then the Nutty Scientist show is for you. Kids ages 5-13 are invited to attend the Nutty Scientist Castaway show this Thursday, June 7, at 3:00 PM, where they will explore incredible experiments and will have a chance to volunteer as "brave assistants" during the program. Space is limited, tickets will be handed out on a first come first serve basis. For more information, please contact the branch at 832-927-5530.

June 4-9 Events at Octavia Fields

Family Movie - MON June 4 @ 2
Family Movie with fresh popcorn provided by Movie Tavern Deerbrook.

Rock Dog
© 2016 © Summit Premiere
PG 90 minutes

Event Type: Family Program
Age Group(s): All Ages
Date: 6/4/2018
Start Time: 2:00 PM
End Time: 3:30 PM
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SAVE THE DATE!

Join us June 18, 2018, at 7pm for Talk It Up! Book Discussion.  This month’s discussion is “An American Marriage” by Tayari Jones.  After a year of marriage, they're thinking about buying a bigger house and starting a family. Then, on a visit back home, Roy is arrested for a crime he did not commit.  Refreshments are compliments of F.O.L.K.

 

 

Teen Summer Reading Kick-Off & Tie-Dye War!

The 2018 Summer Reading Program is about to begin! This year’s theme is “Libraries Rock.” Come start things off with a Teen Summer Reading Kick-Off and Movie Night on June 4th starting at 4:00 PM, in the Teen Room. Sign up for a Summer Reading account, get information on upcoming Teen programs and prizes, make your own guitar picks, play Rock Band, video games, and more!

The fun does not stop there. At 6:00 PM, in the Teen Game Room, enjoy the movie, School of Rock, with some delicious popcorn and snacks.

Then, join us for our 6th annual Tie-Dye War! Beat the summer heat by pelting your friends with dye-filled squish balls on Wednesday, June 6, at 2:00 PM, outside by the flagpoles.

Permission slips are required and can be picked up from the library starting on June 1. Holi dye powder WILL stain clothes and may temporarily stain skin.

All programs are for teens and tweens entering grades 6-12.

No more pencils, No more books, No more teacher's dirty looks

School is out for summer! The kids are celebrating and the parents are mourning. On the other hand the employees at Evelyn Meador Library are working hard organizing events for everyone (young and old) for the annual summer reading program. Let us help you plan your week:

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