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.
Now Kindle users can download their favorite titles in the HMCPL Digital Library!
In addition to the eReaders already supported via your HMCPL Digital Library, now Kindle users can also download their favorite titles!
HMCPL's ebook download service, OverDrive, is happy to bring Amazon® Kindle compatibility within the HMCPL eBook collection. This update, allows most existing eBooks in the HMCPL s collection to be read on all Kindle devices or by using free Kindle apps for iPhone®, iPad®, Android™ and other mobile devices. Read more about Download eBooks for your KINDLE!
A half day workshop for non-profit professionals & entrepreneurs Friday, October 14
Join us at the HMCPL Main Branch Library for Non-Profit 201!
Non-Profit 201 was designed based on input from attendees at "Non-Profit 101" in spring, 2011. This half-day workshop provides more information about the nuts and bolts of non-profit management. Both current non-profit professionals and individuals thinking of starting a non-profit will benefit from hearing these dynamic speakers. Read more about Non-Profit 201 Mini Conference
Special guest Billy Vaughn shares fascinating stories about the history and development of the Monrovia Community and it’s schools.
The Monrovia community is full of a rich and colorful history, and Billy Vaughn tells these stories with great enthusiasm. Come out and hear these riviting stories on October 20, 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the HMCPL Monrovia Branch Library. Read more about Monrovia Matters: Billy Vaughn