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How to do Things!: Yoga on January 25

This free, introductory level class is the perfect opportunity to discover a new healthy habit for a new, healthy year!

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Healthy Habits Forum on January 22

Get off to a strong start on your healthiest year yet! The Help Yourself to Health Initiative presents a special program about how you can get fit and enjoy a healthier lifestyle. Read more »

Author John F. Baker Jr. begins our Black History Month celebration on January 29

Baker's beautifully written book The Washingtons of Wessyngton Plantation:  Stories of My Family’s Journey to Freedom has been hailed as “a groundbreaking work of history and a deeply personal journey of discovery.”

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Digital Age Job Seekers Series

Our last session in this series is this Thursday at 9:30 am and 5:30 pm in the Main branch's second floor events room. It will cover how to master the job interview and how to "dress for success!"

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Triangle Loom Weaving @ Madison

THIS CLASS IS FULL. ENCORE CLASS ON FEBRUARY 25, 9am-3pm! TRIANGLE LOOM WEAVING: BEGINNER AND BEYOND

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New Year's Day Hours

All branches will be closed on Sunday, January 1, 2012 in observance of New Year's Day. Normal business hours will resume on Monday, January 2.  Stay safe as you celebrate the new year!

How to do Things!: Tai Chi on February 8

Steffan de Graffenried from the Taijiquan Center of Huntsville will introduce us to the practice of Tai Chi. Read more »

Library hours for the Christmas holiday

All branches will be closed on Friday, December 24 and Saturday, December 25 in observance of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, respectively. Normal business hours will resume on Sunday, December 26.  Have a safe and happy holiday weekend!

Request items for our collection online!

Is there an item you'd like us to add to our collection? Let us know about it through our online Patron Request Form. Read more »

The Philosophy of Happiness

Find happiness TODAY at 6:30 pm at the Main library! Philosopher and economist Dr. Erik Angner will speak about what great philosophical thinkers can teach us about how to pursue happiness in our daily lives.

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