Kids @ HMCPL

Preschool Storytime

Crafts, stories, songs and more are part of pre-school story time at Monrovia.  For more information contact 256-489-3392 or monrovia [at] hmcpl [dot] org.

Home School Story Time at Monrovia

This month's Home School Story Time  for kindergarten through third grade will feature Flat Stanley.  We will learn about geography and the library and create our own Flat Stanleys to mail.  Sign up is required.  Please sign up at the Monrovia circulation desk or contact Cindy at 256-489-3392 for more information.

Family Movie Night at Monrovia

Family Movie Night at Monrovia is a free movie event featuring a family-friendly new release!  We offer popcorn and drinks for a minimal cost (50 cents each).  Please stop by the Monrovia Library to pick up your free tickets and to see what movie is being featured this month!

Family Holiday Party

The Madison Public Library will hold its Family Holiday Party on Thursday, December 20, from 5 to 7 p.m. Featured in the festivities will be a reading of the holiday classic Olive the Other Reindeer by J. Otto Seibold and Vivian Walsh.

We'll also sing carols and dine on cocoa and cookies. Contact Maggie Allen at mallen [at] hmcpl [dot] org or Mandy Pinyan at mpinyan [at] hmcpl [dot] org for details.


'Doctor Who' Bingo Night

Tweens and teens, revel in your passion for all things "Doctor Who" on Thursday, January 3, at the Madison Public Library.

The library will hold its first "Doctor Who" Bingo Night, complete with snacks and prizes, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Call the library at 256-461-0046 for more details.


A Virtual Field Trip to the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute

Join us for a very special event for African American History month. The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute is sending instructors to Huntsville to conduct a "Virtual Field Trip" to the Institute! They'll talk about the events that happened in Birmingham in 1963 (in a child friendly way, of course), tell you about the BCRI, and help the kids play a Tug of War object lesson about equality.  This Virtual Field Trip is perfect for homeschooling families with kids in grades K-5.

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