Photography 101: Still Life

Kingwood Photo Club's Vincent Palmisano will be on hand to offer tips and advice on still -life photography on Saturday, August 10, at 10:30 a.m. in the library Conference Room.  Registration is required for this free workshop.  To register, stop by the Adult Services information desk or contact the library @ 281-360-6804. You may also visit http:/ to self-register.  

Something for Everyone: Upcoming Computer Classes

Computer LabIf you haven't stopped by Kingwood Branch Library lately, you will be happy to know we've increased the number of computer classes with varying times and topics. Whether you're a beginner or need a refresher, we have something for everyone. Topics include but not limited to social media, tablets and eReaders, and more. The best part is that all of our classes are free. Registration is required as space is limited.

Listed below are our upcoming computer classes for August. For class descriptions and registration, please see our Events Calendar.

"Happy the Clown" Will Be Here For The End of the Summer Reading Program Party!

Hooray! Happy the Clown will be here on Friday, August 9, at 2:15, for our End of the Summer Reading Program Party!  There will be punch and treats.  There still is time to log in the titles of books that have been read. 

Our Family Storytime on Saturdays is at 10:30, it's a great
Saturday morning tradition.


OOOOOOOO -NO! "Jungle Jim Bugs" Not Able to Come

OOOOOOOO...No!  "Jungle Jim Bugs"  won't be able to come to the Kingwood Library, Thursday, August 8, at 2:15, but...don't worry the library will come up with something that will be fun,...and a surprise!  Don't be too sad, because...'HAPPY THE CLOWN" will be here at 2:15, Friday, August 9 for our "End of the Summer Reading Party!" 

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Hurricane & Disaster Preparedness!

Hurricane season is upon us!  On Wednesday, August 7 at 6:30 P.M., the Harris County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management will be on hand to present "Hurricane & Disaster Preparedness".  This informative program, which will be held in the library Meeting Room, is free and open to the public.