Third Week of the Summer Reading Program

Don't forget to get your free tickets beginning on Friday, June 17, after 1 pm  for the Annual Variety Show  held on Thursday, June 23, at 10:30 am and 2:20 pm in the Childrens' Activity Room.  (For that day only, Toddler Time and Mother goose Lapsit will be cancelled.)

 For Mysterious Monday, June 20 at 2:15 pm, Miss Elizabeth has planned a Texas Door Hanger craft.

Tuesdays are busy with Toddler Time, Preschool Storytime, plus Can You dig It - ReadAloud at 1:30 pm and the new Waddlers at 5 pm.

You might want to bring a pillow for the Fabulous Friday Movie Marathon June 24  beginning at 2:15 pm.  There is still free popcorn. 

Artwork © 2011 by Keith Graves 

Job Help Programs in June

Are you or is someone you know searching for a job?  If so, come see us!  While we can't offer a real job, we can certainly improve your chances of getting one.  Representatives from Workforce Solutions will be here at the library on two different dates this month to cover two different topics for job searchers.  On Thursday, June 16th, come to the Training Lab at 1:00 P.M. and find out how properly to Create a Resume.  On Thursday, June 30th, join us again at 1:00 P.M. in the Conference Room to find out how to improve your skills when Inverviewing for the Job.  Don't miss out on these free and informative programs!

Flag Retirement Ceremony

A Flag retirement ceremony was held on Saturday, June 11, 2011 to properly remove the Texas and US flags that flew over the Kingwood Branch Library.   Tim Rowe, Senior Patrol Leader, and Cody Borgfield, LC Patrol, of Scout Troop 1377 lowered the flags and will take the proper steps to dispose of them in the proscribed manner.  Over the last year these flags have proudly flown, but as their condition now was not what we wish to see flying they have been retired in a proper ceremony.

Plans are under way to replace these flags with Texas and US Flags that have flown over their respective capitols.  State Representative Dan Huberty and US Congressman Ted Poe will present these flags to the Kingwood Library in a ceremony later this summer.  We will let you all know details as we learn of them and we thank our State and US Representatives for their generosity in obtaining these flags for the community. 

Second Week of Summer Reading Program

For Mysterious Monday, Miss Elizabeth has a Father's Day pennant craft planned, 6/17 at 2:15 pm. All materials are provided.  Join Miss Connie on Tuesdays at 1:30 pm for the Can You Dig It? ReadAloud.  She is reading: Thor's Marriage by Bruce Coville.

No sign-up needed for Miss Sunnii's Waddlers program at 5 pm.  For Thrilling Thursday, 6/17 at 2:15, join Miss Christie for Dance Dance Revolution music and movement.Fabulous Fridays at the movies continues with our marathon, at 2:15 with free popcorn.Remember the stories children hear read during library programs can be added to their reading logs.

 

Adult Programs in June

Summer is here, and we've scheduled a host of regular and special programs for adults this month!  Take a look below and see what we've got planned for you in June!:

  • Monday the 13th, 7:00 P.M. - First Time Home Buyers
  • Thursday the 16th, 10:00 A.M. - Basics of Internet Genealogy
  • Thursday the 16th, 1:00 P.M. - Creating a Resume
  • Saturday the 18th, 10:00 A.M. - KIK - Knitting in Kingwood
  • Saturday the 25th, 1:00 P.M. - Local author Krissy Clowe
  • Monday the 27th, 3:00 P.M. - Blood Drive
  • Thursday the 30th, 1:00 P.M. - Job Interviewing Tips

For more information on these or upcoming programs, call us or pay us a visit!