Library Calendar

  1. Tue Sep. 17

    Computer Class: Google Apps
    This class is designed to teach you how to use all of the Google apps available to you with a Google account and hopefully keep you better organized. This class will cover Google Drive (file storage), Google Docs (free word processor), Google Forms (create online forms), Google Maps, and Google Calendar as well as a few other helpful apps. Participants need to have a Gmail/Google account.
  2. Tue Sep. 17

    Super Turbo Time
    Wear a superhero capes and talk about the hero hamster and meet a real hamster and learn about caring for it from an expert from PetSmart in Alabaster. Kids age 5 to 9 years old can sign up.
  3. Thu Sep. 19

    Library Card Sign Up Month
    Libraries are America’s great information equalizers – the only place where people of all ages and backgrounds can find and freely use such a diversity of resources, along with the expert guidance of librarians. A library card is a powerful way to promote academic success, and getting a library card can transform your life. Your library has programs and resources that go far beyond just books. September is Library Card Sign-Up Month, stop by today. Any child (5-12) or teen (13-17) who regist...
  4. Thu Sep. 19

    Library Book Group- "The Last Anniversary"
    Join us to discuss The Last Anniversary by Liane Moriarty. Inheriting a home on Scribbly Gum Island from the recently deceased aunt of her former boyfriend, Thomas Gordon, Sophie Honeywell finds her life turned upside down, caught in the middle of upheaval that helps uncover a mystery, bring a family back together, create new friendships, and build true love. Program takes place in the meeting room.
  5. Fri Sep. 20

  1. Fri Sep. 20

    American Girls Club
    Taste food that American Girl historical characters ate. Come with or without a doll. Girls 7 years old and older can sign up. 664-6822
  2. Sun Sep. 22

    Cake & Culture
    Join us as author and railroad historian Marvin Clemons presents A Journey to the Great Temple of Travel: The Story of Birmingham Terminal Station. Based on his pictorial book, Mr. Clemons examines the history of Birmingham’s iconic Terminal Station. Books will be available for purchase. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Albert L. Scott Library. Program takes place in the meeting room.
  3. Mon Sep. 23

    Ya Ya Yarners
    Monday evenings from 5:30 – 7:30 pm. The Ya Ya Yarners are meeting at the Albert L. Scott Library now! Do you knit or crochet? Would you like to learn how? If so, we have a group for you… the Ya Ya Yarners! We will teach you if you don’t know how. We will start you with one of two simple projects. We will supply the needles or hooks and yarn and a pattern. If you already have a project under way bring it along to work on. We also do community projects such as hats for service members, lap bla...
  4. Tue Sep. 24

    Writers age 11 to 18 can share their writing: poetry, short stories, scripts, songs, or books. Sign up. 664-6822
  5. Tue Sep. 24

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