The Huntsville-Madison County Public Library is hosting the first annual Rocket City Nerd Con (RCNC) fan convention in Huntsville on Oct. 24th-25th, 2014 at the Main Branch Library. For this convention, we are seeking to include as many different representations of fan communities as possible. Basically, if people can geek out about it, we want to celebrate it. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Kids 10 yrs and under get in free with adult admission.
The convention will run from 4pm-10pm on Fri, Oct 24th and 9am-5pm on Sat, Oct 25th. A Nerds Night Out event at Yellowhammer Brewery will wrap up the convention.
Tickets are available online and at your closest library branch.
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Join us for a weekly board game night at the Main Library. You can bring friends (or make new ones) and bring your own games (or play ours!) We have a variety of adult board and card games available. Read more about Board Game Night
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Bring your family and friends to Family Fun Night at the Main Branch of the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library!
The FREE after-hours program is Friday, April 11, from 6pm-9pm.
There will be a family friendly movie playing in the auditorium (7pm-9pm), camp fire story time with puppets and crafts for kids in the Youth Services area (6pm-7pm), and board games for all ages. Attendees are welcome to bring their own board games to share with new friends.
The Food Fighters Bustaurant food bus will be onsite for meal purchases.
To attend Family Fun Night, please bring a RSVP ticket for entrance into the building. Tickets are acessible online at http://tinyurl.com/hmcplfun. Each family will only need one ticket to enter.
Bust the end-of-Spring-Break boredom and join us for some fun board games. Drop in for this program – designed for children ages Kindergarten through Grade 5 and their favorite adult to accompany them. Read more about "Bored" Game Day