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Top reads in 2011

What are Kingwood patrons checking out most so far in 2011?  Take a look below and find out!

Fiction

1.  Don't Blink, by James Patterson and Howard Roughan

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It's a Spring Thing -- Tackle the Clutter!

Interested in getting things together at home this spring?  Join us on Tuesday, February 15th, from 1:00 to 2:30 P.M., as repeat presenter and professional organizer Ellen Delap, CPO, offers five simple but invaluable tips to help you with clutter.  After you've learned how to remedy the clutter, interior designer Leslie Sarmiento will present the latest trends in color and design to help spruce up your rooms.  Don't miss it!

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First-Time Home Buyers Program

Are you in the market for a new home?  Are you a first-time buyer?  If so and you missed our January program, be sure to join us on Monday, February 14th, at 7:00 P.M. in the Community Room for a free program specifically for you!  Our presenters, Jim Slack, realtor for Keller Williams Realty, and Ashley Van Meter, top loan originator for Genesis Mortgage Company, will cover everything from how to do research, what to expect from the loan process and much more!  Don't miss it!

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Follow us on Twitter!

Do you tweet?  If you do, then you can now follow us on Twitter!  Kingwood Branch Library now has a Twitter feed that will keep you up-to-date on all that's happening here.  Just click on the logo above, take a look at our tweets, and subcribe as one of our followers!

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Computer classes - Special Topics

Have you taken advantage of our computer training classes?  If not, we have plenty to interest you in the month of February.  Aside from our regular classes, we have a couple of special topics.  First, if you've ever wondered how an online auction works, join us on Monday, February 7th, at 6:30 P.M. for "Navigating eBay," as we demonstrate the ins and outs of this popular website.  At 10:30 A.M. on Tuesday, February 8th, learn how to be a safer surfer with "Keep Safe on the Internet."  All of our computer classes are free, but registration is required, so be sure and visit us or call to secure a spot.  Don't miss out on learning more about these important topics!

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