Networking/Internet Job Searching

Need some brushing up on your networking skills? Does job searching using the internet seem a bit overwhelming?

Then come to a workshop on Networking and Internet Job Searching  on Tuesday, September 20, at 1 pm.  This class, presented by Workforce Solutions, will  be held in our training lab for hands-on instruction and feedback!

Registration is required so please contact us at 281-360-6804.

 

 

 

 

Book Club for September

We are all tthe sameCome join our Book Club on Monday, September 19, to discuss We Are All the Same.   This moving memoir, written by James Wooten, is the poignant story about a young boy in South Africa who is stricken with Aids and the people who love him.

Wills, probate, estates & family law

Are you putting together a will or do you intend to do so at some point?  Do you have questions about estates, probate or family law?  Do you appreciate free legal advice?  If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, then you need to be here Monday, September 19th, at 1:30 P.M.!  Stephen Byers, a local lawyer, will be in the downstairs Community Room to address questions or concerns you have about any of these topics.  Don't miss it! 

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September is National Sign-up for a Library Card Month!

Welcome to Rose Sonnier,  who comes to us from the Houston Public Library,  to become  our  new Head of Children's Services!

On Monday, September 12, our Marvelous Monday school-age craft will be making duct tape library card holders. Yes, duct tape, and not just old gray colored tape either.  We'll be making them in the Children's Activity Room at 4 pm.

 

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Free Reference Resources in Print

Despite the prevalence of online resources, the library continues to offer reliable public reference resources in print for those of us who either do not have access to a computer or still enjoy the feel of a book or printed title in our hands.  Below are just a few of the reference resources you have free access to here at Kingwood Branch Library, many of them financially-related: