Join us for upcoming events, classes and programs at Montgomery County Memorial Library System! All events are free and open to the public. Registration required where noted.
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Monday, Mar. 25, 9:15AM and 10:00AM
Toddler Storytime introduces children to books with simple language and predictable plots. This program also introduces toddlers to storytime manners by helping them build listening skills and practice the self control needed to be a good audience. Toddler Storytime is most appropriate for children that are not yet ready to sit for long periods of time and listen to more complex stories. Each Toddler Storytime is about 20 minutes long and concludes with a coloring activity. 

To ensure an enjoyable storytime experience for all families, please observe the following guidelines:
  • Prepare your child for Toddler Storytime by talking about storytime manners - sitting or standing still, talking quietly, and being kind to others.
  • Some children need to work up to sitting through a full, 30-minute storytime. If your child becomes restless or upset, please step out of the room for a "break," then quietly return when your child is ready.
  • Small children may stand instead of sit, but should not run or climb during storytime. 
  • Keep casual conversations to a minimum, and place cell phones on silent mode. 
  • Strollers are nor allowed in the room. Baby carriers/car seats are acceptable.
SOUTH - Fresh*Reads
Monday, Mar. 25, 6pm - 7pm
or call 936-442-7727.

Fresh*Reads is now meeting IN-PERSON bimonthly at our South Regional Library! Refreshments will be provided while we discuss The Alice Network by Kate Quinn. It's Fresh*Reads In Real Life! 

We will continue to host our online version of Fresh*Reads each month, which can be found on Goodreads.

 

The first 5 book lovers to register for this event will receive a free copy of The Alice Network AND a free copy of our April read, Educated when they attend the event. Register today!

South Regional Library
2101 Lake Robbins Dr.
The Woodlands, TX 77380

Sponsored by South Montgomery County Friends of the Library.
Tuesday, Mar. 26, 10:00AM and 10:30PM
Preschooler Storytime provides a place for children to practice the storytime manners they have learned in Toddler Storytime. Children in Preschooler Storytime are expected to sit or stand still, listen to the storyteller, and practice self-controll for longer periods of time than required during Toddler Storytime. Stories are longer, and activities are more complex. Preschooler Storytime lasts about 30 minutes and is most appropriate for children aged 3 years and older. 

To ensure an enjoyable storytime experience for all families, please observe the following guidelines:
  • Prepare your child for Preschooler Storytime by talking about storytime manners - sitting or standing still, talking quietly, and being kind to others.
  • Some children need to work up to sitting through a full, 30-minute storytime. If your child becomes restless or upset, please step out of the room for a "break," then quietly return when your child is ready.
  • Small children may stand instead of sit, but should not run or climb during storytime. 
  • Keep casual conversations to a minimum, and place cell phones on silent mode. 
  • Strollers are nor allowed in the room. Baby carriers/car seats are acceptable.
Wednesday, Mar. 27, 9:15AM and 9:45AM
Baby & Me Storytime focuses on nursery rhymes and movement and is geared toward infants up to age 18 months. Parents and caregivers should be prepared to be actively involved in this storytime. Each Baby & Me Storytime is about 20 minutes long and concludes with time for babies to explore books and toys. For more information, please call the Children's Reference Desk at 936-442-7727 ext 6363,
SOUTH - Open Lab
Wednesday, Mar. 27, 1pm - 3pm
Stop in for answers to your technology questions, help on computer projects, or to practice what you have learned so far! 
 
SOUTH LIBRARY- Teen-
Thursday, Mar. 28, 5:30 PM
or call 936-442-7727.
Call all mother/daughter bookworms!  Enjoy a book club geared toward mothers and their teenager daughters at South Regional Library.
March 28th
5:30 PM- 6:15 PM
March's Book Selection
I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban by Malala Yousafzai
Light refreshments will be served.
Open to all teens ages 13-17 and their mothers.
The first five mother/daughter pairs to register will receive a free copy of that month's book selection.  One book per family.
Please call 936-442-7727, option 4 to confirm you are one of the first five pairs to register.  Free books can be picked up at the 2nd-floor reference desk starting Thursday, February 14th, 2019.
For more information contact the Young Adult Librarian at  936-442-7727 ext. 6370.
South Regional Library | 2101 Lake Robbins Drive | The Woodlands, TX 77380 Sponsored by South Montgomery County Friends of the Library.
Monday, Apr. 1, 9:15AM and 10:00AM
Toddler Storytime introduces children to books with simple language and predictable plots. This program also introduces toddlers to storytime manners by helping them build listening skills and practice the self control needed to be a good audience. Toddler Storytime is most appropriate for children that are not yet ready to sit for long periods of time and listen to more complex stories. Each Toddler Storytime is about 20 minutes long and concludes with a coloring activity. 

To ensure an enjoyable storytime experience for all families, please observe the following guidelines:
  • Prepare your child for Toddler Storytime by talking about storytime manners - sitting or standing still, talking quietly, and being kind to others.
  • Some children need to work up to sitting through a full, 30-minute storytime. If your child becomes restless or upset, please step out of the room for a "break," then quietly return when your child is ready.
  • Small children may stand instead of sit, but should not run or climb during storytime. 
  • Keep casual conversations to a minimum, and place cell phones on silent mode. 
  • Strollers are nor allowed in the room. Baby carriers/car seats are acceptable.
Monday, Apr. 1, 5:30 - 7:00 PM
Fun For All ages! Come for a night of board games and refreshments. Sponsored by South Montgomery County Friends of the Library.
Tuesday, Apr. 2, 10:00AM and 10:30PM
Preschooler Storytime provides a place for children to practice the storytime manners they have learned in Toddler Storytime. Children in Preschooler Storytime are expected to sit or stand still, listen to the storyteller, and practice self-controll for longer periods of time than required during Toddler Storytime. Stories are longer, and activities are more complex. Preschooler Storytime lasts about 30 minutes and is most appropriate for children aged 3 years and older. 

To ensure an enjoyable storytime experience for all families, please observe the following guidelines:
  • Prepare your child for Preschooler Storytime by talking about storytime manners - sitting or standing still, talking quietly, and being kind to others.
  • Some children need to work up to sitting through a full, 30-minute storytime. If your child becomes restless or upset, please step out of the room for a "break," then quietly return when your child is ready.
  • Small children may stand instead of sit, but should not run or climb during storytime. 
  • Keep casual conversations to a minimum, and place cell phones on silent mode. 
  • Strollers are nor allowed in the room. Baby carriers/car seats are acceptable.
Tuesday, Apr. 2, 4:00PM
or call 936-442-7727.
Story Book Club is a cross between a storytime for preschoolers and a book club for older readers. Kids in kindergarten through 2nd grade will hear a different book read aloud each month, followed by themed activities and refreshments. Registration is required. Sponsored by South Montgomery County Friends of the Library.
Wednesday, Apr. 3, 9:15AM and 9:45AM
Baby & Me Storytime focuses on nursery rhymes and movement and is geared toward infants up to age 18 months. Parents and caregivers should be prepared to be actively involved in this storytime. Each Baby & Me Storytime is about 20 minutes long and concludes with time for babies to explore books and toys. For more information, please call the Children's Reference Desk at 936-442-7727 ext 6363,
South - Protect Your
Wednesday, Apr. 3, 1:00 - 2:00 PM
or call 936-442-7727.
Familiarize yourself with the common forms of identity theft, take proper actions if you are a victim and learn how you can protect yourself. 
Thursday, Apr. 4, 5:30 PM
or call 936-442-7727.
To learn more about teen volunteering at South Regional Library, please plan on attending one of our Teen Monthly Active Volunteer Meetings which will begin at 5:30 PM.  Please register for this event at www.countylibrary.org/calendar.htm.
All meetings begin at 5:30 PM.
March 7th
April 4th
May 2nd
Open to all teens ages 13-17.
For more information contact the Young Adult Librarian at 936-442-7727.
South Regional Library | 2101 Lake Robbins Drive | The Woodlands, TX 77380 Sponsored by South Montgomery County Friends of the Library.
Monday, Apr. 8, 9:15AM and 10:00AM
Toddler Storytime introduces children to books with simple language and predictable plots. This program also introduces toddlers to storytime manners by helping them build listening skills and practice the self control needed to be a good audience. Toddler Storytime is most appropriate for children that are not yet ready to sit for long periods of time and listen to more complex stories. Each Toddler Storytime is about 20 minutes long and concludes with a coloring activity. 

To ensure an enjoyable storytime experience for all families, please observe the following guidelines:
  • Prepare your child for Toddler Storytime by talking about storytime manners - sitting or standing still, talking quietly, and being kind to others.
  • Some children need to work up to sitting through a full, 30-minute storytime. If your child becomes restless or upset, please step out of the room for a "break," then quietly return when your child is ready.
  • Small children may stand instead of sit, but should not run or climb during storytime. 
  • Keep casual conversations to a minimum, and place cell phones on silent mode. 
  • Strollers are nor allowed in the room. Baby carriers/car seats are acceptable.
Tuesday, Apr. 9, 10:00AM and 10:30PM
Preschooler Storytime provides a place for children to practice the storytime manners they have learned in Toddler Storytime. Children in Preschooler Storytime are expected to sit or stand still, listen to the storyteller, and practice self-controll for longer periods of time than required during Toddler Storytime. Stories are longer, and activities are more complex. Preschooler Storytime lasts about 30 minutes and is most appropriate for children aged 3 years and older. 

To ensure an enjoyable storytime experience for all families, please observe the following guidelines:
  • Prepare your child for Preschooler Storytime by talking about storytime manners - sitting or standing still, talking quietly, and being kind to others.
  • Some children need to work up to sitting through a full, 30-minute storytime. If your child becomes restless or upset, please step out of the room for a "break," then quietly return when your child is ready.
  • Small children may stand instead of sit, but should not run or climb during storytime. 
  • Keep casual conversations to a minimum, and place cell phones on silent mode. 
  • Strollers are nor allowed in the room. Baby carriers/car seats are acceptable.
Tuesday, Apr. 9, 4:00PM

Take our monthly STEAM Challenge! Each month features a different challenge that will encourage children aged 6 to 12 years old to use their science, technology, engineering, arts and math skills to complete. No signup required.

 

Sponsored by South Montgomery County Friends of the Library.
Wednesday, Apr. 10, 9:15AM and 9:45AM
Baby & Me Storytime focuses on nursery rhymes and movement and is geared toward infants up to age 18 months. Parents and caregivers should be prepared to be actively involved in this storytime. Each Baby & Me Storytime is about 20 minutes long and concludes with time for babies to explore books and toys. For more information, please call the Children's Reference Desk at 936-442-7727 ext 6363,
Saturday, Apr. 13, 10:30AM to 11:30AM

R.E.A.D.® to the Dogs encourages children to practice their reading skills by reading to specially trained therapy dogs. Children who read 5 books to a dog receive a free book. This activity is provided through a partnership with Montgomery Pet Partners. No registration is required. 
R.E.A.D.® to the Dogs Rules

  • The program is intended for children who are able to read independently or with some help. This program is not appropriate for children who are not yet reading.
  • To promote a one-on-one reading experience , parents and siblings are asked to remain in the designated seating area while their child reads to a dog.
  • Children may only read one book to a dog at a time. They can read another book to a dog, but they must wait in line again for a second turn.
  • Children may read a book they brought from home or choose a library book to read to a dog. 
Monday, Apr. 15, 9:15AM and 10:00AM
Toddler Storytime introduces children to books with simple language and predictable plots. This program also introduces toddlers to storytime manners by helping them build listening skills and practice the self control needed to be a good audience. Toddler Storytime is most appropriate for children that are not yet ready to sit for long periods of time and listen to more complex stories. Each Toddler Storytime is about 20 minutes long and concludes with a coloring activity. 

To ensure an enjoyable storytime experience for all families, please observe the following guidelines:
  • Prepare your child for Toddler Storytime by talking about storytime manners - sitting or standing still, talking quietly, and being kind to others.
  • Some children need to work up to sitting through a full, 30-minute storytime. If your child becomes restless or upset, please step out of the room for a "break," then quietly return when your child is ready.
  • Small children may stand instead of sit, but should not run or climb during storytime. 
  • Keep casual conversations to a minimum, and place cell phones on silent mode. 
  • Strollers are nor allowed in the room. Baby carriers/car seats are acceptable.
Tuesday, Apr. 16, 10:00AM and 10:30PM
Preschooler Storytime provides a place for children to practice the storytime manners they have learned in Toddler Storytime. Children in Preschooler Storytime are expected to sit or stand still, listen to the storyteller, and practice self-controll for longer periods of time than required during Toddler Storytime. Stories are longer, and activities are more complex. Preschooler Storytime lasts about 30 minutes and is most appropriate for children aged 3 years and older. 

To ensure an enjoyable storytime experience for all families, please observe the following guidelines:
  • Prepare your child for Preschooler Storytime by talking about storytime manners - sitting or standing still, talking quietly, and being kind to others.
  • Some children need to work up to sitting through a full, 30-minute storytime. If your child becomes restless or upset, please step out of the room for a "break," then quietly return when your child is ready.
  • Small children may stand instead of sit, but should not run or climb during storytime. 
  • Keep casual conversations to a minimum, and place cell phones on silent mode. 
  • Strollers are nor allowed in the room. Baby carriers/car seats are acceptable.
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