Join us for a comprehensive exploration of screwball comedies made during the 1930s and early 40s. David Lilly, Dr. Jennifer Garlen, and UNA instructor Anissa Graham will discuss these innovative and popular comedies that remain some of the most respected films in Hollywood history.
What to do with the Mad that You Feel (helping children deal with their own anger). Join us each month for a different class conducted by the Kids and Kin Program (A relative care provider program of The Family Guidance Center of AL)
Repeats every month on the second Thursday until Thu May 24 2012 except Thu May 10 2012.
Thursday, February 9, 2012 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Thursday, March 8, 2012 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Thursday, April 12, 2012 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
March - Paper airplanes & origami!
Each week join Ms Maggie for a different "dangerous" activity. Ideas are based on Peskowitz's 'The Daring Book for Girls' and Iggulden's 'The Dangerous Book for Boys' Read more about Dangerous Club for Kids
This program, appropriate for all ages, features a re-enactment of famous abolitionist Harriet Tubman by local actor, Renee Mobley. Renee’s beautiful and inspired portrayal of Harriet Tubman was very popular in 2011 and we are so glad she is back for 2012! At the end of the performance she hosts a question and answer session where children and their families can ask questions about Harriet Tubman, history, and the civil rights movement. Read more about A Visit with Harriet Tubman
Celebrate African American History month with Storytime! Enjoy some of your favorite stories written by African American authors. Donald Crews, Jerry Pinkney, Pat Cummings, and Julius Lester will all be part of this celebration of African American books for children. Read more about African American Authors Preschool Storytime