Geek out with Bailey Cove on Valentine's Day for GEEK PROM 2012!
Celebrate Valentine's Day the geeky way at the Bailey Cove Branch Library. Dress in your best geek wear (or come in costume as a famous geek, Dr. Who or Harry Potter, for example). The party is set for Tuesday, February 14, at 6 p.m. There will be dancing, craft-making, games and yummy snacks.
This workshop is designed to help parents of children with disabilities better understand the differences between the Individuals with Disability Education Improvement Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Professionals and educators are also welcome to attend. The session will be held on Saturday, February 4, at 1 p.m., and it is free and open to the public. Email Maggie Allen at email@example.com for reservation information or make a reservation by calling 334-567-2252 or toll-free 866-532-7660. Read more about Skills Workshop for Effective Parent Advocacy
Prep for college by attending our College Readiness Series, beginning with a workshop on writing essays for college applications on February 7.
Joe Freeman, guidance counselor and high school English instructor at Randolph School, will share expert advice on writing essays for college applications on Tuesday, February 7, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the auditorium of the main library. Admission is free. Read more about College Readiness: Writing the College Essay
Explore the science behind Search and Rescue with Youth Services on October 18!
The Main Library Youth Services will be hosting a special edition of the Super Duper Science Club, The Science Behind Search & Rescue.
Come out and meet the search and rescue dogs from SARtec! Learn how Search and Rescue Dogs find people, how are they trained, and what to do if you're lost! The search dogs and their handlers from SARTec will be on hand to explain and answer any questions you might have. Read more about Search & Rescue
Join us November 15 at the Main Branch for this author event and book signing!
On November 15, 6:00pm Huntsville author, Jane DeNeefe, will discuss and read excerpts from her new book, Rocket City Soul: Huntsville Musicians Remember the 1960s in the HMCPL Main Branch Atrium.
Music will be provided by Ivy Joe Milan and Jim Cavender and special guests, performing some of Huntsville’s musical greats from the 50s through the present. Copies will be on sale at the event at $20 each, and books will be available online and in book stores beginning November 2.