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Teen Craftastic: Mardi Gras Masks

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No need to go to New Orleans, celebrate Mardi Gras right here.  On Tuesday, March 4th @ 4:30pm, we will be making Mardi Gras masks in the Teen Area of the Kingwood Library.  This program is for teens and tweens ages 12-18 or in grades 6-12.  All materials are generously provided by FOLK; supplies are limited.  For more information, contact Leanne, YA Librarian, 281-360-6804.

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Celebrate Dr. Seuss Day

Come everyone and join us for a Read Across America celebration of Dr. Seuss and his beloved books this Saturday, March 1st 2:00pm - 4:00pm.  We will readThe Lorax the Cat in the Hat and the Lorax projected for all to see then make a Thing 1 and Thing 2 hand craft and a Lorax Mustache.  While everyone listens to the stories enjoy a Cat in the Hat marshmallow treat or Lorax cookies.  Limit 40 children per hour.  The first hour will be Cat in the Hat and the second hour The Lorax. Come dressed as a Dr. Seuss character to win a prize

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Who can "resist" watercolor?

    If you are between the ages of 6 and 11 you do not want to miss the afternoon art class next Wednesday, February 26th. We will be learning how to create Watercolor Resist Paintings using pastels, painters tape and watercolors!  This fun and fascinating method creates a wonderfully beautiful painting that you will be proud to take home and display.  Everything is provided so put on your painting togs and come on over to Maud Marks Library at 4:30 and have fun with us!!  Can't wait to see you there!

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Celebrate the African American Heritage!

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This year, the Maud Marks Library has decided to go BIG in celebrating the African American Heritage.  How big?  Jazz Education, Inc. will be here on Friday at 1 PM to play some jazz music perfect for dancing.  Afterwards, we'll make some African masks, jazz collages, and even work together to turn one wall in the children's section into a giant Freedom Quilt.  While working on our projects, we'll munch on food important to African American history.  Join us as we celebrate the contributions of the African American culture.

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What's YOUR New Year's Resolution

OK, so what was your New Year's Resolution this year?  What ever it is, Maud Marks can help you reach your goal.  Was it to spruce up your lawn and garden?  Join us for our new gardening series on the third Saturday of every month at 10 AM.  On January 18, we'll be discussing Houston soils and composting. 

Did you want to learn to use a computer or the new device your relative insisted on giving you for Christmas?  We have an e-book class coming up on Thursday, January 9 at 10 AM and other computer classes all through the month.

Did you want to try your hand at something new and crafty?  You might be interested in our DIY craft series.  January 8 at 2 PM we will be making 3D snowflakes.

Did you want to track your ancestors and find out more about your past?  Bear Creek Genealogy Society will be here on January 18 at 2 PM to show you how it's done.

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