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Daylight Saving Time begins on the Second Sunday of March at 2:00 A.M. On Saturday night, set your clocks forward one hour (i.e., losing one hour) to “spring ahead.”
City Hall Council Chambers
This class will get you started using a desktop or laptop computer. We will go over internet searching, file creation and saving, and understanding different terminologies.
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 email@example.com.
The Shelby County Camera Club now meets at the Albert L. Scott Library on the first Thursday of each month. The club welcomes those with all levels of photography experience and interest.
Jill Jones from Myers Plants and Pottery will be discussing gardening with native plants and creating your own pollinator garden. Many of the plants mentioned will be edible or medicinal, or will just bring wildlife into your yard. Join us for what will be a very informative discussion!
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.
This class will cover the basics of creating a laser-able SVG design in CorelDraw software and the basics of using the library laser cutter safely. Those 16 and younger must be accompanied by an adult to use the laser cutter.
If shenanigans and malarkey are your thing, don't miss the Shamrock Family Fun Run to support the Albert L. Scott Library! Lace up your sneakers and don your best Irish attire! Come run, walk, or dance your way across the finish line at this family friendly event. Don't want try your luck alone? Create a team of 6 or more for a fun day out with friends! Four legged friends are welcome but please follow park rules and leash your pet.
This is a fun run or walk (1.5K), not a race, that will have lots of fun stops along the way including color blasts, snacks and games! Check in begins at 8:30 and the event starts at 9:00 am at Patriots Park. The fun run is to benefit the Library Building Fund.
Please register yourself ($25), family ($40), or group ($100). You will receive an invoice to your provided email within 48 hous of registration that you may pay online or in person at the library. Please make all payments to the Friends of the Albert L. Scott Library.
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Join us as Dave Morrow, former Federal Agent with the Air Force, discusses fraud prevention. What are some of the most common frauds today? How does a scammer trick his victims? How do I recognize fraud before it occurs? Can I protect myself? These are questions everyone asks, especially when they or a loved one are victims of a fraud or attempted fraud. The landscape of different frauds we might face is vast and changes continually. This presentation will give you the tools to recognize and counter common fraud attempts, and to identify when someone is trying to manipulate you to obtain money or information. We’ll discuss romance scams, fake social media profiles and scams, “secret government grant” scams, and more. Program takes place in the Nan Abbott Room.
This class will cover all the basics such as formatting, spacing, and understanding all of the program’s tabs and functions. Classe take place in the Nan Abbott room.
Join us to discuss All the Broken Places by John Boyne. An elderly London resident befriends the little boy who moves in downstairs, but his parents’ fighting brings her back to her harrowing escape from Nazi Germany at age 12 and grim post-war ears in France with her mother.
Join Ms. Karen for stories, music, rhymes, and finger plays--fun for little ones ages 0-2! Let your little one sit, sing, wiggle and waggle for 20 minutes of interactive fun.
Stories, songs, games, letters, and more with Ms. Karen!
Young fans of building with colorful bricks can enjoy meeting guests from the Magic City Lego User Group (MCLUG).
Tweens and teens can enjoy snacks, talking, and a fun project!
Girls can come with or without a doll to make bedding for their dolls. They’ll make no-sew pillows and blankets.
Homeschooled students can have fun learning during Jack and the Beanstalk: Greenhouse Challenge when the DART Family Farm visits.
Welcome families with special needs. This story time includes music, stories, and movement for kids through young adults with autism, sensory processing, or other developmental needs.
First session of a monthly club conducted by Shelby 4-H. Sign up starts August 1 and is through Shelby 4-H: https://v2.4honline.com. Parents should specify Alabaster Library Drama Club.
On April 8th there will be a total solar eclipse. The total eclipse will only be partially visible in Alabama spanning from 12:30pm to 3:30pm. The full eclipse may be viewed from NASA’s website at https://science.nasa.gov/.../future-eclipses/eclipse-2024/.
Get ready for the next solar eclipse with Miss Karen as she explains the science behind the eclipse.
Please note that it is not safe to look directly at the Sun without specialized eye protection for solar viewing. Patrons who attend any of these programs will receive a pair of Solar Eclipse glasses. Glasses will also be available for pick up at the circulation desk from March 15th to April 8th while supplies last.
Haz amigos, escucha historias y mas en espanol y ingles/Make friends, hear stories, and more in Spanish and English.
EGG-traordinary fun! Stories, surprises, and more with “Miss Spring” and a few live animals from DART Family Farm. Families with young children can have snapshots taken with the animals. All kids must be with an adult.
First session of a monthly STEM club conducted by Shelby 4-H. Sign up starts August 1 and is through Shelby 4-H: https://v2.4honline.com. Parents should specify Alabaster Library Scientists Club.
Children and adults are invited to this special event when TV meteorologist James Spann of ABC 33/40 returns to our library. Learn about weather hazards, safety, and more. All kids must be with an adult.
City Hall Court Room
If you have any questions about your appearance in court, please call prior to the day of your appointed court day. Phones cannot be answered on the day of court due to the volume of in person meetings.
Agendas are published a minimum 15 days prior to the meeting date
** Filling Deadlines are 18 Business Days prior to the meeting date.
Notices are sent a minimum of 10 days prior to hearing (per section 111-13)
* Christmas Meeting will be on the third Tuesday in Dec of 2024