Last week marked a long-anticipated event for the Kingwood area: the unveiling of our new library.
The new $8 million Kingwood Branch Library opened on April 19. The 30,000 square foot facility at 4400 Bens View Lane in Kingwood was built by the City of Houston and will be run by Harris County. Nestled in the woods, the new library is as scenic as it is functional. All the windows in the building look out onto the Livable Forest.
When Elvis tribute artist Vince King visited Kings Harbor on Friday night, he wasted no time getting the place shaking “like a leaf on a tree.” The “King” was the feature performer at the free concert hosted by Keller Williams which drew a record crowd to the waterfront venue on Lake Houston in Kingwood.
Keller Williams Realty Northeast General Manager Michael Clapp will soon be dancing with the stars. Clapp has signed on to participate in the The Lake Houston Family YMCA Second Annual Dancing for Partners fundraising event on Thurs., April 22 at the Humble Civic Center at 7 p.m.
The “friendly competition” will feature 14 community leaders paired with local dance instructors. Each pair will perform a short dance routine to win votes from the audience. An admission ticket is good for one vote for your favorite performer. The dance couple who raises the most funds that evening will be awarded the winning trophy.
Keller Williams Realty Northeast welcomes back the popular 5th Avenue Band to Kings Harbor for a free Spring Break concert on Friday, March 19 from 7-10 p.m.
The band was the headliner at the November concert, but after eight songs including some great Beatles’ renditions, the rain came down cutting the concert short.
Hopefully, the weather won’t dampen this concert. A rain date is planned, however, for the following Friday (March 26).