Henna

SAGE: Hooked on Henna

Ms. Zohra Siddiqui of the Islamic Arts Society was at Kingwood Library on Tues 12/18 to present a hands-on application of the fine eastern art form of Henna. Participants in the SAGE program learned about the history of Henna and its different applications. Students also created their own Henna patterns.

SAGE: Hooked on Henna with Zohra Siddiqui

Adults, learn the intricate art of Henna with Ms. Zohra Siddiqui on Tues 12/18 at 10 AM. Practice hands-on application of the fine eastern art form. Learn about the different types of Henna applications & create your own patterns. All materials will be provided.

Henna for Teens and Tweens!

  Teens and tweens (ages 10 – 18), are invited to come to Room L129 on the 1st floor of the Library on Tuesday, June 13th from 3:00 – 4:30 pm for the Henna program.  Known as mehndi in Hindi, henna is an all-natural product made from henna tree leaves which are ground to a powder.  When mixed with water (or other liquids) it becomes a thick paste which can then be applied to hands, feet, arms, or legs. Henna is not permanent, it stains the skin and will fade and wash away in 1–2 weeks.  This program requires parental permission to attend and the forms are available at the library. For more information, please call 832-559-4230. 

Henna Design Workshop April 29 at 2:00 pm

Teens and tweens aged 12 – 17 can come to the library on April 29 to learn about henna. Not only will they get to paint henna, they’ll get to create their own designs and learn the basics from experts. They’ll also get an introduction to Bollywood dancing. The program starts at 2:00 pm. If you have questions, please call the Northwest Branch Library at 281-890-2665 or email us at nw@hcpl.net.

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