Program

January Crafternoon

Join us for Crafternoon on Thurs 1/17 from 2-4 PM in the Meeting Room. We will be making Mixed Media Diorama! Registration is required as supplies are limited. Self-register online or call 832-927-7830. All supplies are graciously provided by FOLK.

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.

Word Crafters Wednesday for BB @ Lone Star North Harris

Today Wednesday, August 1, Word Crafters will meet at Lone Star College North Harris on the second floor of the library building in room LB 210 at 5 pm.  We will gather there and then head to the Loner Star Café to resume our meeting.  If you want to go straight to the Lone Star Café, that is fine as well.  We will be doing prompt and discussing future meetings.    If you like to write or would like to start come, join us.  We would love to see you here!

Keyboard, Violin, Song and Dance

The #KingwoodLibrary was treated to some special guests on Saturday 7/20. Sherry Cheng and her daughter, Alice kept the music playing. The mother and daughter team delighted the audience with their keyboard and violin playing. The music made some of us want to get up and dance!

Word Crafters Wednesday for BB @ North Harris

The Baldwin Boettcher Word Crafters will meet today, Wednesday, July 11 @ 5 pm in the library building of Lone Star College North Harris. We will gather on the second floor in room LB 210 and then all go together to the Lone Star Café to continue our meeting.   If you like to write or would like to start, come join us!  We would love to see you here!  For more information, please call Carrie at 281-765-7726.  

Happy Star Wars Day - Be the first to celebrate the fourth


May the Fourth Be With You - On the First!

We are inviting all aspiring Jedi to join us next week on May 1st from 4 PM - 8 PM for games, crafts, and a movie. Young padawans will have an opportunity to build a miniature sensory lightsaber. We’ll also have Jedi Training Games & Exercises for attendees to test their skills.

Attempt to save Rey from Kylo Ren with a “force field”, build a spacecraft and try to pilot your way into the Death Star or find out just how good your eye sight is with our Blaster Practice.

The games and crafts end at 5:15, when you’ll want to grab a spot on the floor as we watch Rey’s desire to learn the ways of the Jedi force Luke to make a decision that will change their lives forever.

Word Crafters Meet Tonight

Baldwin Boettcher’s writing group Word Crafters are still meeting at Lone Star College – North Harris every Wednesday at 5:30 pm.  We do prompts, discuss projects, share, and encourage.  If you like to write, come join us.  We would love to see you! 

FREE Citizenship Classes @ Kingwood Library

The Kingwood Library is offering free citizenship classes beginning September 9th, 2017. The series of classes is 11 weeks long (Sept. 9th to Nov. 18th). The student commits to the entire 11 weeks and must register within the first three weeks of the class. The classes prepare the student to take the citizenship exam on their own. Register at the adult reference desk or by calling 281-360-6804.

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FREE Adult Nutrition Classes Continue at Kingwood Library

Texas A&M Agrilife Extension's FREE summer series of adult nutrition classes continue at Kingwood Library. This week's class will be held on Wednesday 7/12 from 11AM -12:30PM in the Meeting Room.

This week's topic is "The Choice is Yours!" Join us!

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Ebru Art at Kingwood Library

The Kingwood Library held a special SAGE program on Tuesday June 6th featuring a live Ebru demonstration with Artist Nihal Sonmez of the Islamic Arts Society. What is Ebru? Unesco.org describes it as "the traditional Turkish art of creating colourful patterns by sprinkling and brushing colour pigments onto a pan of oily water and then transferring the patterns to paper. Known as marbling, this art is commonly used for decoration in the traditional art of bookbinding."

Event attendees heard a brief history of Islamic arts and then watched as Ms. Sonmez demonstrated how to marble an image of a rose. Later, participants had the opportunity to create and marble images themselves!  It was a fun, enjoyable, and educational morning. 

(image courtesy of Mark Haywood)

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