DIY Flower Pots with Sugar Skull Designs

Flower PotsWhy should kids have all the crafting fun? This month marks our first Adult Crafternoon, a monthly craft program just for adults! Join us this Friday, September 20th at 2:30 PM for craft and conversation. In conjunction with Hispanic Heritage Month, we are decorating flower pots inspired by sugar skull designs. No registration is required. All materials are provided, while supplies last. Materials are provided courtesy of Friends of the Library Kingwood.

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Keep Kingwood Green presents Recycling in Kingwood

RecycleNew to the area or want to know how you can keep Kingwood the Livable Forest? On Friday, September 13, from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM, Keep Kingwood Green (KKG) shares tips and resources for recycling opportunities in the Kingwood community. Attendees will receive a free tote bag courtesy of KKG while supplies last. Keep up with all things KKG by liking them on Facebook! While you're there, be sure to like us too.

This program is free and open to the public. Registration is not required. This program will be held in the 1st Floor Meeting Room of 4400 Bens View Lane. For more information, please call 281-360-6804 or visit library.

Become a Volunteer ESL Tutor !!

Have you ever wanted to help someone learn to read, write, and speak English?  If so, there will be a free training for prospective Volunteer ESL Tutors on Thursday, September 12 at 6:00 PM. in the library Meeting Room.  Steve Zach, Harris County Public Library's Literacy Coordinator, will be presenting current teaching methods designed specifically for working with students of English as a second language ("ESL").  For more information, or to register, please call 281-360-6804, or stop by our Adult Services desk.

Next "ology" is Geology, the Study of Rocks

The next "ology" program  "Geology the Study of Rocks"  will be Thursday, September 12,

at  4 pm in the Children's Activity Room.

                  No, Little Owl, it's not the study of rock star owls!"

There will be a craft for kids to make, too.

Kingwood Branch Library draws FOLK Adult Summer Reading Program Winner

SRP Nancy

In addition to system-wide prizes courtesy of Harris County Friends of the Library, Friends of the Library Kingwood (FOLK) contributed Kindle Touch readers to the Young Adult and Adult Summer Reading Programs (SRP). Kingwood teens and adults who read 5 titles or 600 minutes were eligible for the drawing.

Nancy Howley was the lucky adult winner of a Kindle Touch. Science teacher by day and avid reader by night, Nancy loves to read science books and biographies. She is currently reading Jessica Buchanan's Impossible Odds.