The Adult Services Department provides fiction books, reader's advisory, audio books, movies, and programs for adults.

Upcoming Adult Programs

Ya Ya Yarners – January 9, 23 and 30. Monday evenings at 5:00 pm. 

Members share crochet and knitting talents as well as work on community service projects. This year our group will provide hats and scarves to local charities and will provide shawls to local nursing home residents. Need to brush up on your skills? Want to share your talents with other crafters? Join us for a fun-packed evening of stitching and conversation. For more information, email us at Program takes place in the Nan Abbott Room.

Microsoft Word 2019- January 3. 4 pm. 

Understand the basic functions and commands that are available in Word as well as formatting and editing documentsRegister here.

Introduction to Laser cutting - January 14. 3 pm. 

This class will go over the basics of using CorelDRAW software to create laser designs. This class will go over basic laser use and safely using the laser. Register here.

Basic Computer Skills- January 31. 4 pm. 

This class is designed for beginners.  Introduces students to starting the computer, navigating the desktop, and file management. Register here.

ABC & Ds of Medicare – January 9. 1 pm. 

Karen Haiflich of the Medicare Information Source will help you navigate through the process of Medicare. Learn about filing, benefits, and any other questions you might have. Program takes place in the Nan Abbott Room. Register here.

Intermediate Guitar Lessons by the Friends of the Library

Lesson Dates: Wednesday, January 11 , January 18th , January 25th , February 1st , February 8 , February 15th , February 22nd , and March 1 at 5:00pm

Bring your own guitar (acoustic preferred and no amps please). Music will be provided. Mark Miller, an experienced instructor, will teach intermediate chords, strumming, and music. Registration is required. A minimal fee of $50 is due on or before the first lesson. This course is an eight week commitment, no refunds will be issued.  The course is open to teens and adults ages 17 and up. Space is very limited – please register early. Register here.

 Friends of the Library Meeting – January 9. 6 pm.

 Library Book Group – January 19. 6:30 pm. 

Join us to discuss Lessons in Chemistry by Bonnie Garmus. Set in 1960s California, this is the hilarious, idiosyncratic and uplifting story of a female scientist whose career is constantly derailed by the idea that a woman's place is in the home, only to find herself starring as the host of America's most beloved TV cooking show.  Register here.

Library Board Meeting – January 24. 6 pm.

 Medicare 101 - January 26. 6 pm. 

A fun and informative class to learn what to expect with Medicare and how to ask the right questions. Perfect for anyone wanting to learn about their Medicare options. Presented by a representative of Medicare Advisors of Alabama. Register here.

 COMING IN FEBRUARY - Free AARP Tax Aide for Seniors - February through early April. Available by appointment on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the Nan Abbott Room. Sign up begins January 3rd. Call or come by the Albert L. Scott Library. 205-664-6822. 

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