Thought you already knew how to eat chocolate? Well, it's possible to enjoy it even more! Learn how on December 13, just in time for the holidays!
Local chocolate expert Jenny Johnson will cover the 10 steps to tasting chocolate. Much like wine or cheese tasting, there is an art to truly tasting and appreciating fine chocolate. Ms. Johnson will walk through all 10 of these steps, and we will of course taste some chocolate along the way! Read more about How to do Things: Eat Chocolate
We are pleased to welcome three authors who have written books that highlight Native American history and culture, for this special event on December 6.
1. Charles Moore , author of Come Tell Me How You Lived
This book contains local stories and rare information about Native Americans from along the Tennessee River. It has beautiful pictures of archeological artifacts. Here is a review of the book.
With the holidays upon us, it's a great time to learn how to eat heathier AND enjoy our food! Join us for this special American Diabetes Month event on November 29.
Having diabetes doesn't have to mean giving up delicious foods. Laura Watson, a professional diabetes educator at the Huntsville Hospital Diabetes Control Center will be give an informative, interactive presentation about how to get the most out of your diet- for your health, and your happiness! Read more about Eating Well with Diabetes
We are honored to present a special talk by local civil rights activist, Dr. Sonnie Hereford, on November 13. His new memoir, Beside the Troubled Waters, chronicles his experiences during the civil rights era in Huntsville.
November is National Novel Writing Month. Enjoy the moral support and camaraderie of other aspiring writers every Monday evening throughout November, as you attempt to pen the great American novel.
No experience is necessary to participate in this fun, but intensive creative endeavor!
Every Monday evening in November, from 6 to 9 pm the second floor events room in our Main branch will be transformed into a writer's haven, as creative minds will be hard at work, producing a novel within just one month! Read more about National Novel Writing Month
The end of October shouldn't mean the end of breast cancer awareness. Join us for this informative session and have your questions answered about an aggressive form of the disease known as triple negative breast cancer, on November 4.
Kelly East, a genetic counselor at HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology will give an informative presentation about breast cancer, with a special focus on triple negative breast cancer, which is usually more aggressive and more likely to recur and metastasize than other subtypes of breast cancer. Read more about The Truth about Triple Negative Breast Cancer
Dr. Wayne Flynt will be speaking about his highly acclaimed new memoir, Keeping the Faith: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives, on November 8.
LearningQUEST and the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library Archives department are partnering to present this special event featuring the celebrated Alabama historian and author, on November 8, at 7 pm.
This event is free and open to the public. It will take place in the Main branch's Heritage Room, located on the third floor. Books will be availabe for purchase and signing by the author. Read more about An Evening with Wayne Flynt