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Kingwood Library Jul 18
Presenter Julian Franklin putting the finishing touches on a woven arch bridge with the help of younger patrons today at . His program included space concepts, magic, & robots.
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Kingwood Library Jul 18
Adults, join us in the Meeting Room @ on Saturday 7/20 @ 1:00 PM to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the 11 lunar landing. Dr. Bruce Pollard from the North Houston Astronomy Club will present.
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Kingwood Library Jul 18
July 14-20, 2019 is Access to Information Week in . Check out our print legal resources at including the popular Nolo DIY legal books.
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Baldwin Boettcher Jun 20
Assistant Branch Manager Victoria Knauff leads a discussion about plants grown in space during Baldwin Boettcher Library's SRP: Space Seeds program on Wednesday, June 19th.
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Kingwood Library Jul 16
Join us for our 2nd annual Mocktails & Collages Crafternoon @ on Thurs 7/17 from 2-4 PM! Create multimedia collages on canvas and sip non-alcoholic beverages. Self-register @ or call 832-927-7830.
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Kingwood Library Jul 3
In honor of , will close at 5:00 PM on Wednesday, July 3rd and remain closed on Thursday, July 4th. Regular hours resume on Friday, July 5th. Have a good 4th of July!
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Aldine Library Jul 10
Teach an adult to read! If you will volunteer, we will show you how and provide the materials you need. Please register through this calendar. We will try to match you with a student who lives near you.
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Aldine Library Jul 5
Come to enjoy discussing this thrilling book, Sacred and Profane by , with your neighbors and friends! Books are available for checkout at front desk.
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Galena Park Library Nov 12
Our teens enjoyed a very competitive Uno Tournament today!
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Kingwood Library Jun 21
6/21/19 = solstice, the longest day of the year. With summer, we have longer days & later sunsets. "One benefit of was that each day we had more light to read by," writes Jeanette Walls in the Glass Castle. Enjoy!
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Uvii Apr 17
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Aldine Library Jul 7
Use visual art, collaging and writing in a group to create a superhero, out of this world story!For children Grades 3-9. On Monday July 15 at 2 - 3:30 PM.
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Barbara Bush Library Jul 11
We open at 10am today. Stop by and grab your next great read!
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Galena Park Library Nov 26
We will have a demonstration on how a 3D printer works and the free online program available for 3D design. We will be giving away small 3D prints, while supplies last.
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Maud Marks Feb 5
February marks the celebration of African American History month. Here's a list of great reads for your children to celebrate the diversity through books.
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Uvii Jun 5
Congratulations to all the graduates of Medgar Evers College 🎉 🎓 Class of 2019! The journey continues this Fall with mLearning on UVII..0 Fall ‘19
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Kingwood Library Jun 20
Here is a plan to help us read more: The Rule of Fours. "Commit four days a week, 45 minutes a day, to reading books in four different categories." Sound good?
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Barbara Bush Library Jun 13
We love when our customers share their library adventures with us! How are you spending your summer at the library?
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Barbara Bush Library Jun 6
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Maud Marks Jan 30
Children's book award winners, like the Caledcott, Newbery, and Printz awards, for 2019 were announced earlier this week. Read more about these award winners and check these out in our library.
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