Program

Genealogy FirstSearch Rescheduled

 

Attention Kingwood Library patrons: the Genealogy FamilySearch Open Lab originally scheduled for today (5/16)  has been rescheduled for Tuesday, May 23rd from 1-3 PM. Self-register online here or by calling 281-360-6804. Get started on your own family history!

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Photography: Introduction to Lightroom

Photography enthusiasts: are you seeking to gain familiarity with a photo editing software? Chuck Dugand of the Kingwood Photo Club will demonstrate techniques that are used for Adobe Lightroom on Saturday, May 13th from 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM in the Training Lab. No registration is necessary.  Join us!

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Children's Day / Book Day at Kingwood Library

Saturday, April 29th is Children's Day/Book Day, commonly known as Día. Kingwood Library is celebrating with a special Aztec Princess Storytime at 10:30 AM. Express Theatre will tell the story of one of the world's most legendary civilizations with a bilingual presentation that features a time-traveling Aztec princess. Join us for this special event!

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Legos!

Mr. Vincent Knight of TexLUG (Texas Lego User Group) visited the Kingwood Library for a teen program on April 18th. The creative young adults at the meeting assembled various items with the Legos that Mr. Knight brought including ships, cars, swords, and an X-wing Starfighter. The teens were allowed to take their creations home.

Check out additional photos from the program here.

Citizenship Classes @ Kingwood Library

The Kingwood Library is now offering free citizenship classes! These classes are designed for adults preparing to take the naturalization test. The student must register within first 2 classes (3-18 or 3-25) and needs to commit to 11 classes (not counting Easter weekend). The program runs from March 18th until June 3rd.

Register online or by calling 281-360-6804.

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Getting Back on Track Financially After a Loss or a Divorce

On Tuesday, February 14th, Brenda Banks of Merrill Lynch will present a free seminar at Kingwood Library on "Getting Back on Track Financially After a Loss or a Divorce" from 12-1:30 PM in the Meeting Room.

The presentation will cover how to set up an objective review of your finances, stay socially involved, consider a physical checkup, making house decisions carefully, and other points to consider. No registration is required.

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Cancellation of Black History Month Program on 2/9/17

Kingwood Library patrons: the Black History Month program "Dreams and Hopes of the Slave: The Middle Passage to The Middle Class" has been cancelled. The program was to feature a guest speaker from Lonestar College on Thursday February 9th from 7-9 PM. I will let you know if and when this special presentation is rescheduled. Thank you for your understanding.

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Art From Panama

The Panamanian children's art exhibit is currently on display.  If you have time, stop by the book drop windows and take a moment to look at the colorful landscapes, still life, portraits, and other artistic works.  Don't forget, on November 17th at 2:00 pm, we will have a very special guest here to discuss Panamanian culture.  There will also be coloring pages and other activities available at the end of the program.  See you there!

TREAT Not Trick

If Halloween is in your thoughts, come to Maud Marks library. Halloween books are on display and easy to grab. You can select stories of your favorite characters: Berenstain bears, Nate the Great, Hank the cowdog, Disney friends  ect..If you like poetry, then the tweenty one spooktacular poems by Charles Ghigna is for you.  You can also come to the afternoon art program next Wednesday Oct. 10 at 4:30 pm. We will be making Halloween window clings. Materials will be provided. See you soon

 

Tween Time Fun @ North Channel!

Wondering what Tween Time is all about?  It's about all kinds of things!  Last week we made geometric sculptures out of straws and paper clips while enjoying delicious snacks.  Next month, who knows what we'll be doing.  It could be crafts or science experiments or cooking or a mystery activity!  You'll have to come to our next Tween Time program on Wednesday, April 25th at 4:30 pm to find out!

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