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Saturday Family Storytime

On Saturday of each week, the Kingwood Library has a storytime designed for the entire family. Join us for stories from 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM in the Children's Activity Room. Children will also make a craft. Don't miss the Saturday morning fun! 

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Continents and Crafts

continents and craftsExplore the world at the library!

Saturday, March 4, 11:00am

Tickets will be distributed starting one hour in advance of the session (ages 10-12, limit 25).

African American History Month

In celebration of African American History Month, we welcome storyteller Kathy Culmer to share African and African American folktales. Storytelling will be followed by snacks and a craft.

Country Club participants will receive a special stamp for their passports.

 

Date: Wednesday, February 22

Time: 4:00-5:00 p.m.

For ages: 5-11

Space is limited for story time and after school programs. Please arrive early to ensure your participation; free tickets or sign-in sheet will be available 30 minutes prior to programs or 15 minutes prior to 10 a.m. programs.

Calendar Coloring Craft

It is a new year and time for a new calendar and Baldwin Boettcher has just the craft activity for you!  Saturday February 4th @ 2 pm we will be having a calendar coloring craft for ages 10 and up.  Get a free 2017 calendar to color. Supplies and refreshments will be provided.  So come join the fun!  Registration is required and you can do that on line at our events calendar or by calling the information desk at 281-821-1320.  There is a limit of 10 so hurry and don't be late for this very crafty and fun date!

 

Super Bowl LI Wreath

With Super Bowl LI here in Houston and just around the corner join us on Wednesday, February 1, 2017@ 4:30 pm for this fun and easy craft! Come make a football wreath you can proudly display on your door or window to show your football spirit! All materials will be provided.  Program is recommended for children ages 6 to 12.

Broken Glass Candles

multicolor glass jar candlesI love these broken glass candles.  The creator used simple glass containers, broken windshield glass, clear votive holders, and color changing votive lights. I've noticed that LED lights are very popular now as well, I've seen them inside candles and other light fixtures that would traditionally hold a candle. These are perfect for my house since I have a young child and do not want to have to worry about accidents and visits from the fire department.  Now, since most of us probably don't have broken windshield glass laying around, I think glass marbles would be a great alternative for the glass filling.

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