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Consider this! Literacy Tutor Training at ALD

Would you like to make a difference in the life of adult? Consider becoming a literacy tutor! Aldine Branch Library will host a training session on September 14, 2013 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for volunteers interested in helping adults learn to read and write. The training workshop is free and there are no requirements to volunteer, other than an interest in reading and two or three hours per week to help someone learn this important skill. Tutors help adults gain the basic reading and writing skills necessary every day to meet such goals as advancing at work, reading to their children, and reading for personal interest.  The library provides materials with detailed lessons.Tutoring can take place at any library or another location in the community, such as a church or community center.

For more information, to register for this workshop, or if you know of an adult who would like to improve his or her reading, please call the library at 281-484-2036.

"Images of Fall": a Photography Workshop

Come join us on Saturday, October 20, for a free photography workshop!  Kingwood Photo Club's Vincent Palmisano will be sharing tips on how to use your camera to obtain the best fall colors. This program will be held in our Computer Lab from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.  For more information, please call the library at 281-360-6804 or stop by our Adult Services desk on the 2nd floor.  Registration is required.

Kingwood Garden Club Coming Soon to the Children's Activity Room

Join Miss Rose at 4 pm for "Magical Monday" at 4 pm October 1.

Kids come see what the Kingwood Garden Club has planned for you for October 8 at 4 pm. 

K.R.A.K.E.N. (Kids Reading Around Kingwood Every Night)  are meeting Thursday, October 5, at 4 pm to add layout and dialog to a graphic novel.

 

Something New But It's Not Blue

Technology is here to stay. It has invaded our world of sanity and it is forever changing and evolving. It is called the I Pad. You have your device and you think it is nice but; are you having difficulty? Want to know what all I can do with it? Where are the free apps? Well, a series of seminars will be given in the month of October, here at northwest. They are to bring clarity and to help you enjoy your IPad better. Seminars will be each Saturday at 1:00 PM starting October 6, 2012. Bring your IPad, and if you don’t have; one will be provided. Flyers are in the library or you can ask our staff. 

Business Success Seminars

scrabble boardGreat Ideas. Great Connections. Great Business.
Sixty minutes. Six weeks. Success.

It's not too late to try out our free, information-packed seminars designed to help you build your successful business. No pre-registration is required. There will be a drawing for prizes

Do ARD Meetings Make You Nervous

Do ARD meetings make you nervous?  Do you need help understanding your child's rights?  The Galena Park Branch has a program that is presented by the Partners Resource Netwrok - TEAM Project.  Partners Resource Network is a parent Training & Information Center funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education - Office of Special Education Programs.  The free presentation will be on March 16, 2010 from 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM at the branch's conference room. 

Can We Talk?

 Can We Talk is  an interactive workshop for parents, compliments of Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services.  Learn how to develop the skills you need to communicate clearly with your kids.  The second workshop is  Mixed Messages and Peer Pressure, and will be conducted on Thursday November 19, 2009 from 6 pm to 8 pm.  Register for the workshop by called us at 281-446-3377.  Light Refreshments will be provided.

Pain? Fatigue?

If you are always tired, you feel like you wake up 100 times during the night, and you have aches and pains all over your body, you MAY have fibromyalgia. On Monday, October 19, at 6:30 pm, Dr. Sammy Tao will conduct a workshop at the Fairbanks Library about the symptoms of fibromyalgia and various ways to treat them. It’s free, so why not come? Call the library at (713) 466-4438 to let us know if you plan to come.

Register for upcoming PBS workshop

The Crosby Branch Library will be hosting a FREE PBS workshop for adults on Saturday, October 17, from 10 am - 2 pm. This workshop is based on the daily television series, A Place of Our Own and Sid, The Science Kid. It is for adults and will focus on developing children's language and literacy skills with the theme of Conflict Resolution. You MUST register to attend and space is limited. If interested, please call Ann Crider at 713-743-8414 or email her at acrider@houstonpbs.org. These programs are always informative and fun.

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