Children ages 5-11 can join Ms. Haley every Tuesday afternoon @ 4:00pm for a special Summer Reading event. Events include crafts and special programmers and performers. See schedule below for specific events:
June 3 - Color Wheel Collage: Children can make a fun, colorful collage, while learning about color mixing and art.
Tatyana Igumnova Hankinson introduces her exhibit Jerusalem!, which is on display April-May, 2014, in the Atrium Gallery. This mixed media collection of original works depicts the artist's appreciation of the dusty, sunny, faraway land that is Jerusalem.
Light refreshments will be served.
Sunday • 2-4pm
May 4, 2014
Main Branch Library Atrium
915 Monroe Street • Huntsville
Health Matters at Madison! Depression affects millions of people, but often goes untreated. Please join us for our session on "Understanding Depression" on April 28 at noon at the Madison Library. Read more about Understanding Depression
“Antony and Cleopatra in Glasgow, 1972: Shakespeare, Radical Drag, and the Citizens' Theatre”
An overview of cross-gender casting in Shakespeare productions since 1967, a trend in performance that has seen a rise in popularity in the last 45 years, due in part to its special resonance because of its connection to original performance conditions.
New York Times #1 best-selling author Greg Iles discusses his newest novel, Natchez Burning -- due to release on April 29.
Natchez Burning is the first installment in an epic trilogy that interweaves crimes, lies, and secrets past and present in a mesmerizing thriller featuring Southern lawyer and former prosecutor Penn Cage.
See Greg's quick talk about the upcoming book and his connection to the South here.
Tuesday · May 6 · 6:30pm
Main Branch Library Auditorium
915 Monroe Street
Health Matters at Madison! Please join us for our session on "Understanding Depression". Marie Hodges, from Huntsville Hospital, will be our presenter for this program. It is free to the public. Read more about Health Matters Session 9