Costumes

Thank you!

Great turnout! Thank you all!

Princess Elsa! Superman! And more!

Clowning Around at Aldine

Ber Ber the Clown visited the Aldine Library on the afternoon of Wednesday, June 5th in the first event for Summer Reading Program 2013. Ber Ber read a story to a group of children in attendance while another group of kids acted out the narrative in costumes (complete with a king and queen). Afterwards, Ber Ber sculpted animals from balloons for the children.

Mardi Gras Indians! Music! Costumes! History!

A real treat for kids and their grownups:  the Mardi Gras Indians from Young Audiences of Houston are coming to the Children's Activity Room Thursday, February 7, at 4 pm. There will be music, costumes, and history of these musicians.  This program is brought to you by FOLK, Friends of the Library Kingwood!  Please visit them and thank them for all they do to provide programs, craft materials,and all the extras!!

For Magical Monday, February 11, at 4 pm, it's Mardi Gras crafts. 

Wear Your Costume to Storytimes: October 26-31st

Kids, don't forget to wear your costumes to storytimes this week. Check out the Bear Creek children's calendar for more information about storytimes.

Halloween Infant Party

Some of the coolest Halloween wear for babies and barely toddlers was on parade at our Thursday Haloween Infant Time.  If you missed the party you can still take a look at some of these creative costumes.

Aldine Dresses Up

To celebrate the costume wearing season the Aldine Branch staff dressed up as some crazy characters! David, one of the circulation assistants, came as a Houston Public Library employee even though we are the Harris County Public Library. That David is one crazy guy.

David at a Desk

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