programs

Library Closed For Labor Day

The Kingwood Library will be closed Monday, September 2 in observance of Labor Day.

We will open Tuesday, September 3, at 10 am.

Something new is happening on Thursdays at 4 pm in the Childrens Activity Room.  We are calling it: "Ology, the Study of..."   Our first will be Bromatology, the study of food. This will be a program and a craft. 

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"Mad Science" at the Kingwood Library!

"Mad Science!" at the library, Thursday, August 1, 2:15 pm. Free tickets are still available at the Children's Reference Desk.  There may be cotton candy....

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Summer Sign-Up Party!

 

Hi folks! Have you signed up for the Summer Reading Program yet? If you haven't yet, we have a great opportunity for you to do just that. On Tuesday July 2, 2013 at 12:00 p.m. we will be having a Summer Reading Program sign up party. We will have volunteers available to help you register so you can win free prizes just for reading. Don't miss out on this chance to sign-up. Also, don't forget to check out our online calendar for programs you can participate at during the summer. See you here!

Dragoneers With Miss Connie During Spring Break

If you have been wondering what Dragoneers is all about, here's your chance:  they will be meeting during Spring  Break, Thursday, March 14, at 4 pm in the Children's Activity Room. The Dragoneers meet, then march around the Children's Area, discuss which book they have been reading, hear a story read by Miss Connie, make a craft, and have a snack. 

Holiday Crafts for Kids

The Kingwood Garden Club is coming to help children make some ornaments in the Children's Activity Room on Monday, November 19, at 4 pm.

The Kingwood Library will be closed November 21 through November 25 for the Thanksgiving Holiday.

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Return of the Snake Man!

Get ready for The Snake Man!  Join us for this special even on Tuesday, June 5 at 3:00pm and 4:00pm!  Space is limited and the Snake Man is incredibly popular so come an hour early to get your tickets into the program.  Last year was a blast  and there were many slithery and creepy crawly pals for your kids to meet!  This program is kids who have completed Kindergarten up to about 12 years old. 

March Programs at the Kingwood Library

 

In March, the library will be offering a variety of programs for our patrons! 

 

Tuesday       March 6         Resume Tips                        1:30 pm

Saturday      March 10        Edible Gardens                  10:30 am

Monday        March 12        How To pay For College     7:00 pm

It's that time again!

   Saturday, December 10 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Baldwin Boettcher Library is hosting a Holiday Open House.

All ages are invited to enjoy live music & delicious treats courtesy of  Friends of Baldwin Boettcher Library

All persons 18+ will have a chance to win a VCR in a drawing.

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Hispanic Heritage Month @ Your Library

Hispanic Heritage MonthIn honor of the diverse cultures that comprise Harris County, the Harris County Public Library and its branches will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month starting September 15 and running through October 15. Programs, activities and displays will be offered at branches throughout Harris County.

Harris County continues to be shaped by, and to benefit from, its vibrant Hispanic community. Harris County Public Library hopes to educate, inform and entertain the citizens of Harris County during this month celebrating the contributions of Hispanics to the cultural and economic life of our nation.

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