LIBRARY PROGRAMS FOR ALL AGES!
Each year we host an Adult Reading Program. We have always been fortunate to have citizens in the community who demonstrate various skills to the adults. We have had programs on floral arranging, photography, quilting, wreaths, scrap booking, and cake decorating.
This year we have an exciting adult reading program planned and you won't want to miss out on these events! Each Wednesday in August we will meet at 10 a.m. in the meeting room. If you are interested in attending please contact us at 368-5234.
September 7 - Doug Smith with Central Farm Supply will be hosting a fall gardening program.
September 14 - Alaina McDonald will be sharing valuable beekeeping information with us.
September 21 - Mr. Phillips will host "Antebellum Alabama and Its Lost Treasures" and he will discuss Alabama antiques and history.
September 28 - Book discussion. Lunch will be provided.
Jumpstart visited the library twice this summer and we had a wonderful time! Students in grades K-2 enjoyed a tour, a book about dinosaurs, and video and two crafts. They were such a well-behaved and sweet group of kids. We hope they visit the library again soon!
The Book Club meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 10 a.m.
Wee Ones Story Hour has been an important program at our library for many, many years. Parents are always faithful to bring their children every Thursday at 10 a.m. so they can develop a love of reading at an early age. The children listen to stories, sing songs, and create crafts each week. We love our Wee Ones! Children ages 0-5 are welcome to attend. Our schedule follows the school year calendar.
For the past several years we have been attending First Baptist Church to read and sing songs to preschoolers. This year, Pete the Cat visited the preschoolers and they read, "Four Groovy Buttons and Rocking In My School Shoes."
Students from AC Moore's After School Care program come once a week to participated in stories, crafts, and games each week.
Even Start and Jump Start visit the library each year for tours, readings, and crafts. We always enjoy when they come. Also, we travel to Head Start in Freemanville to read to preschoolers. If you are interested in taking a tour of the library, please contact us at 368-5234. Even Start is pictured to the left.