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Ikebana with Keiko!

Want to learn about the beautiful art of Ikebana? It is a disciplined art form in which nature and humanity are brought together. Ikebana is a creative expression that draws emphasis towards shape, line, and form with certain rules governing it. 
 
The main rule is that all the elements used in construction MUST be organic, whether they are branches, leaves, grasses, or flowers. Keiko Moeller will demonstrate the 5 types of Ikebana at the Kingwood Branch Library on Wednesday, September 23rd at 10:30 am. 
 
Sign-up is required; each participant needs to bring a flower vase (preferably a wide one), a pair of shears and flowers – minimum 3 different kinds of flowers/green leaves/branches 3-5 stems each. 
 
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Coming! Individual Study Rooms

How many times have you wished for a quiet place to study or to study with someone else without disturbing other library customers? 

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Library Time as I See It!

To me, library time has a whole different meaning than real time.  Ever since I began working at a public library, I’ve lived two weeks in the future, date-due time.  When we still wrote checks (does anyone remember those?), I always had to ask, ”What day is it?”  I never seemed to know the actual date.

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We Have a Winner!

Congratulations to Misty Dowdell, the Kingwood Branch winner of the 2009 Adult Summer Reading Program. Her name was drawn at random from the Kingwood Branch SRP participants.

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Final Used Book Sale at Current Location

Completion of the new Kingwood Library will usher in many changes, not the least of which is how FOLK – Friends of the Library-Kingwood – will handle used book sales.
For the past 26 years, FOLK has sponsored quarterly used book sales in the library’s meeting room. That era is coming to an end....
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