Join us! Tues. Mar 22 @ 10 AM

Explore and navigate through medical databases with Cheryl Rowan from the Library of Medicine Training Center on Tuesday, March 22, 2016 at 10:00 AM. This event is open to all adults.

All Kingwood Senior Adult Programs events are free and no registration is required. Refreshments are provided by Atria Senior Living and the Friends of Library Kingwood (FOLK). Please contact the Kingwood Branch Library at 281-360-6804 for further information.

Skin Care Tips with Amy

SKincare from Vital Imagery LtdLearn basic skin care techniques with Beauty Consultant, Amy Elrond, on Tuesday, April 22nd at 1:00 PM in the Meeting Room. This program is free and geared towards adults. 

Coding with Robots & 3D Printer Open Lab

Kingwood Codename Gener8 3D PrinterSpring Break is almost over, but the fun is just beginning! Learn how to code using Dash & Dot Robots, controlled by coding on an iPad. Join us on Friday, March 18 from 2:00-4:00 in the Meeting Room. Teens can also learn how to use a 3D Printer during our 3D printer open lab this Saturday, March 19 from 2:00-4:00 in the Computer Lab. Teens can work on their designs for the new NASA challenge from FutureEngineers.

Tomorrow! Adult Coloring Pages & Game Play

Are you looking to relax? Need to anti-stress? Then join us for Creative Escapes-Adult Coloring Pages and Game Play Tuesday, March 15, 2016 at 10 a.m.  Fun for adults all ages!


All Kingwood Senior Adult Programs events are free and no registration is required. Refreshments are provided by the Friends of Library Kingwood (FOLK). Please contact the Kingwood Branch Library at 281-360-6804 for further information.

Hi Neighbor Presents 2015 Memorial Books to Kingwood Branch Library

Each year Hi Neighbor Club - Kingwood honors the memory of those members who passed away during the previous year. Ethel Bailey was the only member to be so memorialized in 2015. Christi Whittington, Branch Librarian, joined Debbie Campbell, President of Hi Neighbor, Nancy Foisner, Parliamentarian of Hi Neighbor, and Linda Herndon, Ethel’s daughter to look over the books that have been placed in the Kingwood Branch Library by Hi Neighbor in memory Ethel Bailey.