Marguerite McClintock of Reflectives Frame and Art Gallery gives an overview on preserving fragile or antique artwork and documents. Bring in your framed pieces for review -- Marguerite will share ideas on correctly preserving your cherished items. (Note: these critiques will be offered according to available time -- not all items may be reviewed.) Read more about How to Do Things: Preservation Framing
Beth Crocker offers this fun, hands-on workshop. You’ll create two cards and one bookmark to take home. $5 materials fee required. Please call Sophie Young to register, 256-532-2362. Read more about How to Do Things: Cardmaking
Nurse Claire Wood of the Huntsville-Madison County Senior Center talks about stroke. What are the symptoms? What should you do if someone has a stroke? How can you prevent strokes? Lunch and Learn: drinks will be provided. Read more about Health Forum: Stroke
Dr. Richard Spera from Huntsville Hospital will discuss the latest information on Alzheimer's Disease. What are the symptom? What treatment exists for Alzheimer's? And is it preventable? Read more about Health Forum: Alzheimer's
Stephanie Sellers of the Women's Business Center of North Alabama will talk about the "Top Ten Mistakes on Your Business Plan" at the next Small Business Lunch & Learn program on Monday, June 4, from noon to 1 p.m. at the main library.
Sellers' presentation will focus on disaster recovery plans. Admission is free, and no registration is required. Bring a sack lunch; drinks will be provided. For more details, contact Mary Moore, 256-532-5972 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit hmcpl.org/reference. Read more about Build a better business plan
Write Right Lunch & Learn: "Plotting and Pacing Your Novel"
Tuesday, June 12
12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m
Main Library, 915 Monroe Street
Second Floor Events Room
Presenter: Lynn Raye Harris, author of Strangers in the Desert
How do you decide what happens in your novel? Do you have enough plot to carry you to the end? Is there too much going on? How do you keep the action going and your readers turning pages? Learn these essentials to fiction writing.
USA Today bestselling author Lynn Raye Harris burst onto the scene when she won a writing contest held by Harlequin. The prize was an editor for a year -- but only six months later, Lynn sold her first novel. A former finalist for the Romance Writers of America's Golden Heart Award, Lynn lives in Alabama with her handsome husband and two crazy cats. Her latest book, Strangers in the Desert, was a Romantic Times Book Reviews magazine Top Pick.