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DRAGONEERS: THURS. DECEMBER 9TH AT 4 PM

Kids, join us for our next Dragoneers meeting, Thursday, December 9th at 4 pm. We will be making homemade bath salts you can keep for yourself or give as Christmas gifts. Be ready to talk about the mystery or detective book you read in November.

French Storytime: Thursday, November 18th at 4 PM

Kids, join us after school for our French/German Club on November 18th at 4 PM as we listen to stories in French, learn a few new French words, eat French snacks, and make a French craft. Anyone see a theme  going on here?

GHOSTLY TALES: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28TH AT 4 PM

Dragoneers, join us this Thursday, October 28th after school for a special Halloween treat,  presented by Scott H. Bumgardener of Texas Legacies, a professional storyteller and winner of the 2005 Louisiana State Champion Liar’s Crown. All children 5-12, and their families are welcome. Meet us in the children’s meeting room at 4 p.m.  

Todder Time Sign-Ups

Next week (October 25-29th) we will begin registrations for November toddler storytimes. Children ages 18 months to 3 years may sign up for one of three weekly storytimes. Each storytime will be limited to 15 toddlers to ensure each child has a quality and personalized experience.  Parents may choose between storytimes on Tuesday at 10:00 a.m or 11:15 or Thursday at 10:00 a.m. Registration may be done in person in the children's department or by calling 281-360-6804 and requesting the children's department.

ZUMBATOMIC: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7 @ 4:00

 

The first Thursday of every month is ZumbAtomic at the Kingwood Library. ZumbAtomic, designed especially for children ages 4-12 is a fun, energetic fitness party with specially choregraphed dance routines and games to music kids love such as hip hop, reggaeton, cumbia and more. Parents are welcome and encouraged to join their kids for the fun.

Dance Dance Revolution at the Library

Kids, join us after school this Thursday as we play dance dance revolution on the Playstation. After playing and working up an appetite refreshments will be served.

January Storytimes

January is one of the coldest months of the year, but that doesn't mean you have to be stuck at home watching T.V. All of the children's programs this month encourage lots of participation in physical activity. Stories read at regular storytimes will all be interactive, inviting you to get up and dance, stretch, shake and be silly. So put on your tennis shoes and comfortable clothes and join us for some fun and energetic play at the library.

Story times for Christmas and New Year's weeks

Because the library will be closed on Thursday, December 24th in observance of Christmas Eve, there will be no storytime on that day. There will, however be regular storytimes for babies and toddlers on Wednesday morning and Thursday morning storytime for toddlers and preschool age children will resume on Thursday, December 31st.

Mrs. Kringle pays a visit

Mrs. Kringle flew in all the way from the North Pole last week to read and sing Christmas carols with a foom full of girls and boys at Spring Branch Memorial Library. Following story time, cookies and eggnog were served. Lots of pictures were taken with Mrs. Kringle while she heard many Christmas wishes that she will deliver to Santa personally when she returns to the North Pole from her Houston trip.

Ms. Kringle visits the library

Ms. Kringle will be here, Thursday, December 10th from 4 to 5 p.m.  to read a Christmas story. Bring your letters so she can deliver them personally to the North Pole and a camera to take a picture with Ms. Kringle following the program.

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