This class is designed for people who are interested in building their own web pages but aren't sure where to start. You'll learn HTML basics, and gain a solid foundation on which to build your web development skills. The class is free. Registration is required because spaces are limited. Please reserve your spot using the form below.
In the How to do Things! series on the second and fourth Tuesday evening of every month, the instructor will teach the basics of a useful skill, craft or task, and then provide participants with resources or information to further pursue the skill. The first few session will focus on "web skills" including blogging, social networking, and HTML skills. Find out more by visiting the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library's programming and events calendar at http://hmcpl.org/events.
Join us for a lively discussion about the entertaining and thought-provoking novel Flight, by Sherman Alexie. The New York Times calls Alexie an author with "an impressive literary reputation as a bold writer who goes straight for the aorta. He is in the business of making his readers laugh and cry. And his most recent novel [Flight] is no exception."
Wear your football team colors (any team) and come for a morning of fun with Randy Campbell, former quarterback for Auburn, and Wes Neighbors, former center for Alabama, plus cheerleaders, tailgate fare, door prizes and more! Open to members and their guests. Read more about LearningQUEST - Football Season Kickoff
They've made you sigh, they've made you smile - now you get to meet them!
On Friday, August 27 dozens of romance writers will be at the Huntsville Madison County Public Library's main branch at 915 Monroe Street. Authors from a variety of romantic genres will be on hand from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. to discuss their works and autograph their books. Don't have their latest book? No worries, Barnes & Noble Booksellers will be on hand to sell books.
The “Book Lovers” Romance Writers Book Signing is sponsored by Huntsville Madison County Public Library, Romance Writers of America, the Heart of Dixie Chapter of RWA, the Public Library Association, and Barnes & Noble Booksellers. Read more about Romance Writers Share the Love August 27!
The Program Development Committee will meet on Tuesday, August 17, 1-3 p.m. in the library auditorium to begin planning programs for the Winter/Spring term (January – May). Responsibilities include soliciting program proposals, selection of programs, coordinating meeting space & AV requirements, preparing and distributing the catalog, and coordinating the programs with many sub-tasks in these areas. There are places on this committee for many additional members and your participation would be welcomed. Please come join us. Read more about LearningQUEST - Program Development Committee Meeting