Come to the biggest local LEGO display yet from the Tennessee Valley LEGO Club on June 29 and 30 at the Main Library.
We’ll have towns, working trains, and even a LEGO robot that solves the Rubik’s Cube in minutes. More than 100 prizes will be given away all weekend. LEGO fans of all ages will be inspired by the things they can build with plastic bricks.
Dr. Neil Lamb, faculty investigator at HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology, discusses bioengineering breakthroughs in Huntsville and the future of research in the field on Thursday, June 6, at 6:30 p.m. at the Main Library.
What are we learning about genomics, the study of genetic information? What makes us and the world around us work? And what do we do with our discoveries? Join us for a fascinating talk by one of Huntsville’s most esteemed educators.
Friendly fire — or murder? On Sunday, Aug. 11, longtime political aide Skip Tucker discusses his first novel, Pale Blue Light, a historical fiction that dares ask if the shooting of Confederate Lt. Gen. Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson was an accident, or if more sinister forces were involved.
“Pale Blue Light” was another, lesser known nickname for Stonewall Jackson. Skip discusses the setting of this Civil War spy thriller, as well as some of the personalities featured.
Irene Latham is a poet and novelist who writes heart-touching tales of unexpected adventure. She will talk about her work on Sunday, February 3, at 2 p.m. at the Main Library.
Join us as Irene talks about her second novel, the upcoming Don't Feed the Boy. This adventure took her behind-the-scenes at the zoo... and into the heart of a boy who's trying to figure out where he belongs in the world.
This double-header author event features Frye Gaillard, who discusses his latest book, The Books That Mattered: A Reader’s Memoir. In this collection of essays, Frye pays tribute to the writings that enriched and altered his life.
Frye also talks about Sena Jeter Naslund, whose novels Ahab’s Wife: Or, The Star-Gazer and Adam & Eve are included in the memoir, and he introduces this Southern author favorite. Sena then carries the discussion over to her own formidable work.
Chef Donovan Fandre shares the secrets to delectable dishes that also save energy.
Chef Donovan starred in “The Microwave Master” series on PBS television and The Learning Channel, and has appeared on “Good Morning America,” “Regis and Kathie Lee,” Joan Lunden’s “Mother’s Day,” and other nationally televised shows. He is the author of numerous cookbooks, including Jump-Start Cooking, released in 2006.