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Adult Gaming in the Teen Room

While the teens are away, adults will play!
Adults are invited to play a PS3 or Wii game in the Teen Gaming Room on Thursdays from 10:00 to 12:00 p.m.through May.

 No registration is required. See Adult Services staff or call 281-360-6804 for more information.

 

Humble Noon Lions Club Foundation Presents Donation!

The Humble Noon Lions Club Foundation generously donated funds to purchase Large Print books and Books On CD for the Kingwood Library. We welcome the opportunity to partner with them to benefit the community. Titles from this grant, which include non-fiction, general fiction, mysteries, and romance, are coming in weekly. 

 A big thank you goes out to the members of the Humble Noon Lions Club for their generous grant!  

 Standing: Tony Austin, President Joe Bocklage, Branch Librarian Christi Whittington, Neil Lander, Hermann Baumann, Atti Hallaway.  Seated: Rosa Baumann and Dottie Bocklage.

The Butterfly Project

Between Monday, April 9 and Friday, April 20, patrons can stop by the library to make paper butterflies. The butterflies will be donated to the Holocaust Museum Houston for an upcoming special exhibition.  Materials will be available Monday through Friday (with the exception of Wednesday) all day in the Teen Room located on the second floor. Make an extra one to take home!

 

 

Social Security: Your Questions Answered

Financial advisors from Edward Jones will be presenting "Social Security: Your Questions Answered". This free program will discuss topics such as retirement income plans, when to start taking benefits, and taxes. Come join us in our Meeting Room on Thursday, March 29 at 11:30 A.M. for this free program!  

Master Gardener at the Kingwood Library

Come join Master Gardener Gudrun Opperman to learn how to add vegetables and herbs to your landscape for healthy, organic foods. This free program will be presented on Saturday, March 10 at 10:30 am in the Meeting Room.

Kingwood Area Quilt Guild Donates To the Library

On March 1, Elma Lynn Young, representative of the Kingwood Area Quilt Guild, presented the Kingwood, Atascocita, and Octavia Fields Branch Libraries with children's books which feature quilting.  Stitchin' and Pullin': a Gee's Bend Quilt by Patricia C. McKissack,

March Programs at the Kingwood Library

 

In March, the library will be offering a variety of programs for our patrons! 

 

Tuesday       March 6         Resume Tips                        1:30 pm

Saturday      March 10        Edible Gardens                  10:30 am

Monday        March 12        How To pay For College     7:00 pm

Family Search Genealogy Workshop

Karen Rasmussen, member of The Humble Area Genealogy Society (THAGS), will be offering instruction and tips on how to navigate the Houston Family Search Database. This free program will be held in the Children's Activity Room on Saturday, February 11 at 10:30 am.  No registration is required.

Most Popular Reads in 2011

Take a look below for the most popular fiction titles read by Kingwood patrons in 2011!

 

      1.  The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest;  by Stieg Larsson

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