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Holiday Programs coming your way

CarolersDo the cooler temps make it feel like the holidays yet? Either way, we have a variety of programs coming your way to get you thinking about the holidays!

Before we get into the entertaining stuff, let's remember the holiday season isn't all about fun and games. Crime can happen at any time of year or day and we want to help you stay safe! Get safety tips from Houston Police Department's Dwayne Ulrich on Monday, December 2nd at 5:30 PM. Learn about practical ways to keep safe whether you're staying at home or traveling for all ages.

For a musical treat, be sure to stop by the library the following performances:

Holiday Floral Design Tips this Saturday!

Jupiterimages 2013Thanksgiving is only a couple of weeks away and you know what that means -- it's time to get into the holiday spirit! This Saturday, November 16, at 10:30 AM, Nancy of Kingwood Garden Club shares tips on making a Fall floral arrangement and how you can use readily available and natural materials to transform it for winter. This is a demonstration only; no registration is required. This program is free and open to all ages. For more information, please call 281-360-6804 or visit 4400 Bens View Lane.

Holiday Safety Tips rescheduled for December 2nd

Clipart burglarHouston Police Department's Holiday Safety Tips originally scheduled for Monday, Nov. 11th has been rescheduled for Monday, December 2nd at 5:30 PM.

We apologize for any inconvenience. For questions or more information, please call 281-360-6804.

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Kingwood Branch Library welcomes Miss Kim

KimYou may have noticed a new face at our library. Please help us welcome our newest librarian, Miss Kim!

A Texas native, Kim is a budding librarian and works in the Adult Services department on the 2nd Floor. Kim is excited to join us and we are too! Like most of our staff, Kim is an avid reader. Her favorite author is J.K. Rowling and she is currently reading George R.R. Martin's Clash of Kings. 

Be sure to say hi next time you drop in!

Halloween Treats from our Graphic Novel Collection

Get into the spirit of Halloween with these spooky graphic novels. Whether you fancy ghosts, zombies, or monsters -- we have something for everyone! These titles aren't for the weak at heart. Proceed with caution!

Harris County Precinct 4 hosts Harvest Moon Costume Dance

Halloween DancingHarris County Precinct 4's Senior Adult Program and Fun2Seniors invites community members 50 years and better to its Harvest Moon Costume Dance on Thursday, October 31st. The dance will be held at the Humble Civic Center located at 8233 Will Clayton Parkway. Doors open at 12:30 PM and the festivities will go on until 4:00 PM. Enjoy live music from the River Road Boys, dancing, light refreshments, and participate in a costume contest for a chance to win prizes!

What consumer education topic interests you?

Survey2014 is right around the corner and Kingwood Branch Library wants to help you start the new year on the right foot.

We are looking to bring the Better Business Bureau of Houston for a consumer education workshop in January and need your help choosing the topic. Topics include identity theft, investment fraud, and more.

If you are interested in consumer education and would like to vote on your preferred topic, please take our two-question survey. Don't wait long! The survey closes Friday, November 15th.

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Resume Help from Workforce Solutions

Resume TipsIn between jobs or looking to change careers? Get job help at Kingwood Branch Library with Workforce Solutions! On Tuesday, October 22nd at 1pm, Cheryl of Workforce Solutions will share tips on devising a winning  resume. Registration is recommended as space is limited. Register online, by calling 281-360-6804, or visiting in person.

Can't make it next week? Visit our Events Calendar to see upcoming workshops. Keep up to date with Kingwood Library news by subscribing to our newsletter or following us on Facebook.

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Operation Holiday Cheer

Operation Holiday CheerThe holiday season is around the corner and we need your help spreading holiday cheer! Kingwood Branch Library is participating in Congressman Ted Poe's Military Christmas Card Drive by providing craft materials for folks to create holiday greeting cards to send to our troops overseas.

Now through October 31, anyone can stop by the 2nd Floor Teen Room and make a greeting card or drop one off. Cards should start with "Dear Service Member" and include well wishes, gratitude, and your name. Cards should not include contact information and cannot include glitter or confetti.

For full details and materials, stop by the 2nd Floor Reference Desk.

HPD shares Halloween Safety Tips

HalloweenYes, it is that time of the year! Not only are we inching our way towards cooler weather (hooray!), all are gearing up for Halloween, including Houston Police Department!

On Monday, October 7 at 5:30 PM, Officer D. Ulrich will share tips with families on how to have a safe Halloween. This program is intended for all ages so save the date and we'll see you here! Program meets in the 1st Floor Meeting Room. No registration is required.

In case you can't make it to this presentation, Officer Ulrich will visit on November 11 to share tips for Holiday Safety.

For more information, please call 281-360-6804 or visit 4400 Bens View Lane, Kingwood TX 77339.

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