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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.
This class is designed to introduce you to Microsoft Word, a word processing 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 maneuver through the menus and tool bars. Includes step-by-step instructions on sentence and paragraph formatting, setting tabs, creating tables, setting margins, and printing documents. The class is free of charge and designed for all library users new to personal computing.
Visit hooverlibrary.org to register or call 205-444-7747 for more information.
LOCATION: Training Center
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
Delve deeper into your love of literature by sharing it with others.
The year is 1953 and the setting is the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa in North Dakota. The novel tells the story of a network of people connected to the Turtle Mountain reservation, their fight against termination, and their daily interconnected lives.
Visit hooverlibrary.org to attend virtually or in person. Registration is not required to attend in person. Call 205-444-7840 for more information.
LOCATIONS: Adult Program Room, Zoom Room 2
Join us for a DEEP DIVE in a day in the life of McWane Science Center's Aquarist, Nichole Cleveland.
Senior Aquarist Nichole Cleveland shares some of the unique challenges of urban aquariums, including maintaining a constant supply of salt water, maintaining a varied living collection of animals, and adapting aquatic habitats to an existing structure. Nichole will also share information about some exciting projects going on behind the scenes in the World of Water, such as graduate research projects on Tilapia and Sharks.
Call 205-444-7800 for more information.
LOCATION: Plaza Wing.
Hoover City Hall