Just in time for summer break, health professionals from the Huntsville-Madison County Health Department will tell you all you need to know about childhood immunizations and other childhood health concerns.
Learn tips and techniques, and receive constructive feedback on your own photography in the next session of our How to do Things! series.
In this session of "How to do Things!" a (former) professional photojournalist will give a brief presentation featuring advice and techniques for improving your photography. Then we'll open things up for disuccsion. Bring your questions, observations, and an open mind.
In this fun, sprintime craft class, you may follow our designs for a turtle, bee or ladybug statue - or dream up a creation of your own. Garden friends can be used in a border to perk up your concrete edging, or stand alone as an accent in your flower bed.
Join us for this fun introduction to Salsa dancing class! Greg & Quinta Stargell will teach us basic steps and technique, to set the foundation for an exciting new hobby that can improve your physical health as well as your social life.
Please wear comfortable clothes and if possible slick bottom shoes since we'll be dancing on carpet. Bring your favorite dance partner, or stag it. We'll all be rotating partners so no one will dance alone. The only thing you need to bring is a smile! Read more about How to do Things!: Salsa Dancing on April 12
Join us at this informative session where Dr. Harry James McCarty from the Center for Cancer Care in Huntsville will speak and answer your questions about cancer and cancer prevention. We'll also be enjoying healthy snacks!
This program is free and open to the public. It will take place in the Main branch auditorium on Saturday, March 26 at 2 pm.
Please join us for a fascinating talk from Wayne Greenhaw, author of Fighting the Devil in Dixie: How the Civil Rights Activists Took on the Ku Klux Klan in Alabama. Copies of the book will be for sale at the event.
Larry Lester, co-founder of the Negro League Baseball Museum in Kansas City, Missouri, and author of several books on the Negro Leagues, will speak about the history of African-Americans in baseball from 1860 to present day.