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The World Games is coming to the Hoover Met Stadium!
Hoover Public Library
Stop by the Nonfiction Department every day in July and test the trivia skills of the librarians for a chance to win a prize.
July 1 - July 31
Draw a card, pick a question. If the Nonfiction
staff can't answer it, you have a chance to win
a gift card donated by the Friends of the Hoover Library.
Play once a day every day during July.
How many books can you read this summer?
June 1 - July 31
Sign up in person or visit hooverlibrary.org to register online.
Read or listen to books for prizes donated by the Friends of the Hoover Library.
Original tunes and some of the great classic songs from blues, Ragtime, jazz, zydeco, and swing share the encouraging, multicultural story of Jazz in America.
Seating is limited and first come first served.
All party must be present to sit together.
Arriving early is recommended.
Call 205-444-7830 for more information.
LOCATION: Theatre Level
This class is designed to introduce new users to Microsoft Excel, a spreadsheet application. It covers an introduction to the application and how to perform common tasks through the use of menus and tool bars. The class includes a demonstration of the application and its basic features, along with guidance on how to use the ribbon interface. Includes step-by-step instructions on how to create and edit spreadsheets. The class is free of charge and designed for library patrons who are new to Microsoft Excel.
Visit hooverlibrary.org or call 205-444-7747 to register.
LOCATION: Training Center
Birmingham based bluegrass band makes their Hoover Library debut
The Mountain Grass Unit consists of three Birmingham teenage pickers: Drury Anderson (mandolin and vocals), Luke Black (acoustic guitar and banjo), and Sam Wilson (upright bass). The Mountain Grass Unit has performed at music festivals, private functions and multiple music venues, playing bluegrass tunes and adding a bluegrass touch to country, jazz, funk, rock, and even metal. They have opened for bands such as The Sam Bush Band and Kingfish.
Visit hooverlibrary.org or call 205-444-7820 for more information.
LOCATION: Plaza Wing
Hoover City Hall