Come to Genealogy After Hours for exclusive after hours access to: Census Records, Periodicals, Books (remember these?), Microfilm Readers and Computers. Robert Scott Davis, Jr. will open the evening with a talk about researching. Bring your own supper;we will have drinks & chips.
Registration fee: $20.00 per person. Pre-registration required. Register in person at the Administrative Office
Monday—Friday 9:00 am—5:00 p.m. For further information call: 256-532-5969. Click here to view a poster for the event. Read more about Genealogy After Hours
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The Friends of the Bailey Cove Library invite the public to join them for an Open House on Sunday, April 11, at 1 p.m., at the Bailey Cove Branch Library, 1409 Weatherly Plaza. The Friends Officers will be on hand to discuss what the Friends organization does to support the library. Come enjoy coffee, punch, and cake and register for a door prize. The Open House will be followed by a lecture by Dr. Jennifer Garlen, “From Hannibal to Hollywood: Mark Twain on the Silver Screen” at 2 p.m. Read more about Bailey Cove Library Open House