Feng shui master and author Clear Englebert explains feng shui principles and their applications in a three-part special program series starting June 24. The Main, Madison, and Bailey Cove libraries will each host a different program.
Clear will be happy to sign books after his talk. Books are available through pre-order at Barnes & Noble Bridge Street.
What is Arduino? A single board computer that makes learning electronics fun. Learn more on Tuesday, May 20, at 6:30 p.m. at the Main Library.
Electronics and Robotics Instructor Don Wilcher is the author of Make: Basic Arduino Projects: 26 Experiments with Microcontrollers and Electronics. He’ll introduce this DIY how-to book and give an easy-to-digest taste of the world of electronics engineering.
Among the dangers that our military faces are financial predators in their own backyard. Many people do not realize that personal finance issues are a significant concern for our service men and women. A recent article in Military Times outlines some of the pitfalls that the military community should guard against. It describes sound approaches to these situations, and mentions a book that three Army captains penned after teaching personal finance wor Read more about Warriors avoiding financial pitfalls
Tatyana Igumnova Hankinson introduces her exhibit Jerusalem!, which is on display April-May, 2014, in the Atrium Gallery. This mixed media collection of original works depicts the artist's appreciation of the dusty, sunny, faraway land that is Jerusalem.
Light refreshments will be served.
Sunday • 2-4pm
May 4, 2014
Main Branch Library Atrium
915 Monroe Street • Huntsville
A diverse lineup of short films from the acclaimed Black Maria Film and Video Festival will be shown at the Main Library on Saturday, May 17, starting at 1 p.m. Admission is free.
All films are appropriate for teens and adults. These exceptional works range from comedy to drama and are the heart and soul of the festival. There will be two programs with a brief intermission and time for questions. For more information, call Sophie Young at 256-532-2362.
Lee Shaw of Hospice Family Care discusses the process and issues involved in end-of-life care on Tuesday, March 25, from 11 a.m. to noon in the Events Room on the second floor of the Main Library downtown.