Christmas Tree Recycling Locations

If you live in the Kingwood area and would like to recycle your Christmas tree, you may drop it off at one of the following locations:

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"Thrilling Thursday" Children's Activity

The first "Thrilling Thursday" kids' activity will be "Zumbatomic," dance and fitness movement with a Latin beat, on Thursday, January 6 at 4 pm in the Large Meeting Room just to the right inside the first set of entryway doors in the Kingwood Library.  What a way to start the new year, 2011! Parents are welcome to join in.

 

Amore Dance from Google clipart

"Mysterious Monday" Craft

Kids, are you still hoping for some snow to fall in Kingwood?  How about making some paper plate snowmen?  We'll be making them in the Children's Activity Room on Monday, January 3 at 4 pm.  This is for kids 4 -12.  Come join Miss Penny for some fun.

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January Programs for Adults!

Happy New Year!  In the first month of 2011, we're starting things off with a bang and are offering a host of programs for adults!  For full descriptions, glance at our events calendar here or pay us a visit!  Take a look at everything we've got planned for you:

First-Time Home Buyers Seminar, Monday, 1/10, 7:00 P.M.

Job Searching on the Internet, Tuesday, 1/11, 10:30 A.M.

Gluten-Free Living in the New Year, Saturday, 1/15, 7:00 P.M.

Yarn It Darn It Knitting Club, Saturday, 1/15, 10:00 A.M.

Get Organized Using the Web, Tuesday, 1/25, 1:00 P.M.

Top Titles at Kingwood 2010

What were the most checked-out adult books, audiobooks, music CDs & DVDs by patrons at Kingwood Branch Library this year?  We've selected quite a few categories here and have listed the top five in each.  Take a look!:

Fiction

1.  The Shack, by William P. Young

2.  The Last Song, by Nicholas Sparks

3.  1984, by George Orwell

4.  The Lost Symbol, by Dan Brown

5.  Vision in White, by Nora Roberts