ZUMBATOMIC TIME CHANGED TO 3 PM BEGINNING JUNE 2ND

For the months of June, July and August ZumbAtomic which meets the first Thursday of every month, will begin at 3 pm rather than the usual 4 pm.

Other programs with time changes for the summer include Mysterious Mondays and Movie Fridays which will both meet at 2:15 pm rather than 4. There will be no preschool crafts during the summer.

Once school begins in the fall, regular 4 pm afterschool program times will resume.

 

 

Summer Fun!

 It's almost time! School is in it's last few weeks and summer is on it's way! If you don't have anything cool planned, then check out the library! I've got programs on Tuesdays and Thursdays for teens and yoga will move to 2pm  on Fridays during the summer months. Be sure to swing by The Hideout and check out my super cool flyer cool And this years prize for reading 5 books is a USB flash drive bracelet! Oh yeah, it's as awesome as it sounds!! See ya' around!!

Last Week of May Children's Activities

During this last week of May, we will be having sign-up time for the spaces still available in June for our 3 Toddler Times which are Tuesdays at 10 am and 11:15 am and Thursdays at 10 am.Our new Waddler Time will be on Tuesdays at 5 pm.   Waddler Time is for the little ones who are too old for Lapsit and not quite ready for Toddler Time.  There is no sign up necessary for Pre School Storytime on Tuesdays at 10:30 am and  2:20 pm .Dragoneers will have their Award Ceremony on Thursday 5/26 at 4 pm.  They will be making a treasure box and having snacks. Fabulous Fridays at the movies has family friendly movies at 4 pm with free popcorn.The Library will be closed on Monday, 5/30 for the observance of Memorial Day.

A Gift from the Kingwood Garden Club

A big thank you to the Kingwood Garden Club for the outdoor trash receptacle as the President’s gift through Sandy Sexton, the immediate past president!   There should be no excuses now for any littering along the walkways to the library.  The beautiful planter to the right of the library entrance and visible from the meeting room was also a gift from them.

Chinese Brush Painting

One of the great things about Kingwood is the number of local patrons, clubs and organizations who are always eager to make use of the library to share their interests and talents with the rest of the community.  One of the ways in which they share is through our lobby display case.  Courtesy of Kingwood resident John Estes, we currently are pleased to have showcased through the month of May Chinese brush art, which was painted by Rose Marie Estes.  If you take a look, you just might get interested in this art form yourself and decide to check out some of the titles we have on the subject, which can be found in a catalog listing here.  So, next time you pass the front doors, be sure to glance to your right and enjoy the talent on display by a local Kingwood artist!

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