Kingwood

String Instrument Workshop

Adults, the #KingwoodLibrary has a special treat for you. You are invited join us on Thursday 7/12 at 2 pm in the Meeting Room to learn how to make string instruments & enjoy some music with Master Luthier Geoff Ugent. This is a free event and all are welcome. Refreshments are compliments of F.O.L.K

Microsoft Word 2016 - Level 1 Class

Need help with Word? Want a refresher course? Learn the basics of Microsoft Word 2016 @KingwoodLibrary with a free class in the upstairs Computer Lab on Thurs 7/12 from 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM. Self-register online at http://bit.ly/2KKUEsL or by calling 832-927-7830.

Mystery Book Club at Kingwood Library

On Wed 7/11 join the Mystery Book Club @#KingwoodLibrary from 7-8:45 PM in the upstairs conference room. Discuss any of Jacqueline Winspeare's Maisie Dobbs series. Set in England in the early 1930's & continuing through WWII, Maisie sets out on her own as a private investigator.

SAGE: Yarnspirations!

Join SAGE tomorrow (Tues 7/10) from 10 AM to 12 PM in the Meeting Room for Yarnspirations. Design and share your own knit & crochet projects! Crochet or knit in the company of other enthusiasts. Yarn, pattern samples, & refreshments provided by F.O.L.K. No registration required.

Children's Weekly Run Down!

This Week at the Library

Week six of the Summer Reading Program at the Kingwood Library! This Tuesday we have our regularly scheduled Toddler Time @ 10 AM and @ 10:30 AM. Lapsit Storytime is @ 11:15 AM on Tuesday and @ 11 AM on Thursday. Preschool Storytime will be @ 11 AM on Wednesday. We also have our Family Storytime presented on Saturday @ 10:30 AM where you can enjoy stories and a craft with your whole family! Tickets required upon entry for all storytimes. Pick up your free ticket at the Children's Reference Desk before entering your story time. Tickets will be given to the first 30 children and their caregivers the day of the scheduled event. 

LIBRARIES ROCK! 

Teen Game Tournament & String Art

Calling all gamers! Do you have what it takes to finish the fight? A teen Super Smash Bros Tournament will be held on Monday, July 9, at 1:30 PM, in the Teen Game Room. Join the brawl for a chance to win a prize!

Then, on Wednesday, July 11, at 2;00 PM, come by the Teen Room to make your very own String Art Piece. Materials and a variety of templates will be provided, but feel free to bring a print out of your own design.

For teens and tweens entering grades 6-12.

4th of July

In honor of #IndependenceDay, the #KingwoodLibrary will close at 5:00 PM on Tuesday, July 3rd and remain closed on Wednesday, July 4th. Regular hours resume on Thursday, July 5th.

Have a great 4th!

Children's Weekly Run Down!

This Week at the Library

Week five of the Summer Reading Program at the Kingwood Library! This Tuesday we have our regularly scheduled Toddler Time @ 10 AM and @ 10:30 AM. Lapsit Storytime is @ 11:15 AM on Tuesday and @ 11 AM on Thursday.  We also have our Family Storytime presented on Saturday @ 10:30 AM where you can enjoy stories and a craft with your whole family! Tickets required upon entry for all storytimes. Pick up your free ticket at the Children's Reference Desk before entering your story time. Tickets will be given to the first 30 children and their caregivers the day of the scheduled event. 

LIBRARIES ROCK! 

COMING YOUR WAY! String Instrument Workshop

The Kingwood Branch Library invites you to join us for a two-hour String Instument Workshop on Thursday, July 12, 2018 at 2 pm. Our guest, Master Luthier, Geoff Ugent will demonstrate how string instruments are made along with a live music demo. This is a free event and no registration is required.  Refreshments (while supplies last) are compliments of F.O.L.K

For more information please call Kingwood Branch Library Adult Services at 832-927-7830, or email us at kw@hcpl.net

 

Talk It Up! "Love and Other Consolation Prizes"

You are invited to a lively and enriching book discussion. Join us July 16, 2018, at 7 pm for Talk It Up! Book Discussion. This month’s discussion is “Love and Other Consolations Prizes” by Jamie Ford. A half-Chinese orphan whose mother sacrificed everything to give him a better chance is raffled off as a prize at Seattle's 1909 World's Fair, only to land in the ownership of the madam of a notorious brothel where he finds friendship and opportunities, in a story based on true events.

Refreshments are compliments of F.O.L.K.  For more information on how you can be a part of the Kingwood Library Book Club, please call Adult Services at 832-927-7830, or email us at kw@hcpl.net.

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