Kids @ HMCPL

Recipe for Success: Kindergarten Readiness

Kindergarten Readiness doesn't have to be a mystery!  Join Dana Trulock, of the Military Child Education Coalition, as she discusses the things you need to know to prepare your child for Kindergarten.  This is the perfect time to plan, as you will have all summer to implement the things Dana teaches!

Spring Make and Take Craft


Drop by the Library anytime during the day on March 28 to make some fun and exciting Spring crafts!  This program is perfect for bored kids on Spring Break.

Music and Rhyme Storytime with The Huntsville Irish Dancers!

Join the Huntsville Irish Dancers for a very special Irish Storytime.  We’ll read books about things that are green, listen and watch the Irish dancers, and then make a fun St. Patrick’s Day craft.

100th Anniversary of the Girl Scouts: Birthday Party!

Please join us to wish a 100th "Happy Birthday!" to our community partners, The Girl Scouts of America. There will be plenty of cake, punch, and good cheer for all. All ages welcome to this free event!

Valentine's Party!

Love is in the air! Come out and join us for Valentine crafts and candy!


February 14 at 3:30pm... at Russell Library

Ages: 3 and up

More info? Contact Miss Adrienne at (256) 859-9050.

Author Visit with Keith Jacobs, author of "Alicia Without Sight and the Dreams She Dreams At Night"

Keith Jacobs, native Huntsvillian and author of "Alicia Without Sight and the Dreams She Dreams At Night" will be visiting the Main Library to read his book.  This amazing story describes what happens when a girl who has been blind since birth dreams.  " Alicia has been blind since birth and hears, tastes, smells, and feels her way through her dreams.  Every night her mind is filled with people, places, and things, that she knows, loves, and imagines.  Come share Alicia's slumber and join her on sensational adventures across mountaintops, through forests, and all the way back home to her bed." You will also have the opportunity to purchase one of Keith's books for him to autograph.  

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