Kingwood Book Club selection

In case you had forgotten, we have an adult book discussion group that meets here every third Monday of the month in the Conference Room at 7:00 P.M.  This next Monday, the 16th, the group will gather to discuss The Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, by Jamie Ford.  If you love good reading and enjoy a good conversation, join us here at the library!  No registration required!

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May Activities

enlightenedHere's and idea!  Come join Miss Penny for Marvelous Monday and make a fridge                  magnet frame on Monday, 5/9 at 4 pm.

Preschool Story Time with Miss Connie meets on Tuesdays at 10:30 am and 2:20 pm for stories for the little older crowd ( 3 to 6 year olds.)

The Dragoneers will have snacks, crafts, and discussion of the books they have been reading on Thrilling Thursday, 5/12, at 4 pm. 

Friday at 4 pm is our family friendly movie time with free popcorn.

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New Home Buyers Program

Are you in the market for a new home?  Are you a first-time buyer?  If so and you missed our April program, be sure to join us on Monday, May 9th, at 7:00 P.M. in the Community Room for a free program specifically for you!  Our presenters, Jim Slack, realtor for Keller Williams Realty, and Ashley Van Meter, top loan originator for Genesis Mortgage Company, will cover everything from how to do research, what to expect from the loan process and much more!  Don't miss it!

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Cinco de Mayo Craft and ZumbAtomic For Kids

On "Marvelous Monday" 5/2 at 4 pm, Miss Penny has plans for a Cinco de Mayo piñata craft for kids. (Miniature cones filled with candy!)

On "Thrilling Thursday" 5/5 at 4 pm, Miss Christie has ZumbAtomic, music and movement with a Latin beat for kids and their caregivers. (Good exercise and fun!)

Don't forget our "Fabulous Friday at the Movies" 5/6 at 4 pm  a family-friendly film with free popcorn! (Just a note:  there is a soda machine in the lobby.)

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Finished moving!

In response to suggestions made by you, our patrons, we set out a few months ago to move things around upstairs to make better sense of the way our adult materials are used.  Well, we're pleased to say that we're finished moving!  The large type materials are near the front as well as classic literature, followed by fiction of all genres, biographies and nonfiction.  Also, in order to move certain collections closer, we had to split our reference collection up, with the first half nearest the front and the second half separating the the fiction and nonfiction. 

Thank you for being patient with us through this effort!  Don't hesitate to make any future suggestions to us!  This is your library!

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