Mysterious Monday Craft

March came in "like a lamb" and then will go out like a lion, so we're going to make a lamb craft on Monday, March 5, at 4 pm and a lion craft for the last Monday in March.Dragoneers will meet Thursday, March 8, at 4 pm. and talk about the mystery books they are reading.  There will be pageantry and snacks!On Tuesday, March 13, at 10 am in the big meeting room off the lobby there will be a program about other soft animals -- RABBITS!

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Mysterious Monday Craft

February has been a busy time in the Childrens' Area with crafts with themes for Black History Month, Valentine's Day, and Mardi Gras.  For the last Monday in February at 4 pm, we will have a patriotic Origami craft. 

There's going to be a puppet show for "Read Across America" on Thursday, March 1, at 10:00 am in the Kingwood Branch Meeting Room just off the lobby.  The Carranza Puppets will perform: " The Three LIttle Pigs."  ...and it's FREE!  At 4 pm, there will be a Dr. Seuss craft.

 

 

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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

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Mardi Gras Masks for Mysterious Monday

On "Mysterious Monday." February 20, at 4 pm, school aged kids will make masks for Mardi Gras (which is Tuesday, February 21.)

Dragoneers will meet Thursday, February 23, at 4 pm for their awards ceremony with a craft and snacks, too.

On Friday, February 23, at 4:30 pm in the Meeting Room just off the lobby, the Express Children's Theatre will present a program for Black History Month called: "The Underground Railroad."

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KinderMorgan Foundation grant for Juvenile Overdrive

KinderMorgan Foundation granted FOLK – Friends of the Library-Kingwood $5,000.00 to purchase downloadable digital media children’s books, targeting the pre-school/kindergarten through fifth grade ages.  These included eBooks and eAudio materials.  A few of the titles in eBook format include Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis and Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli.  Newly added eAudio titles include