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

Upcoming Adult Programs



Closed Dates – November 11 – Veteran’s Day

                        November 28 – December 1 - Thanksgiving

Ya Ya Yarners – November 4, 18, & 25. 5:30 pm. 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 blankets, prayer shawls and many other things, plus we have a really good time.  We hope you will join us!  For more information please call the library at 205-664-6822 or email Carol Smith at Program takes place in the meeting room.

Adult Computer Classes - Call or come by to sign up. 205-664-6822.

November 5. 10 am. Facebook - This class will cover the basics of using Facebook.

November 12. 10 am. Intro to Ancestry Library Edition – Learn how to discover your family tree using Library edition. We will go over the basics of Ancestry and show you some other great genealogy sources.

November 19. 10 am. Intro to Excel 2013 – Learn the basic information regarding the different icons and various functions available in Excel. This class will also cover the creation of spreadsheets and formatting within Excel.

Beginning Instant Pot Class – November 7. 6 pm. Kathleen Phillips, author and food blogger will teach you everything you need to get started cooking in your Instant Pot. Kathleen will demonstrate a recipe you can try at home and afterwards there will samples for you to enjoy. Program takes place in the meeting room.

Save Your Stories!: Preserving Oral History – November 14. 6 pm. Join us as Mark Sims and Sarah Tackett continue their class that helps families preserve and write down their family stories. You can join the class at any time. The first session is on July 25th and will continue through November on the second Thursday of each month at 6 pm. Program takes place in the meeting room.

ABC & Ds of Medicare – Karen Haiflich’s class will resume on January 13, 2020.

Library Book Group – November 21. 7 pm. Join us to discuss Daughter of a Daughter of a Queen by Sarah Bird. Though born into bondage on a “miserable tobacco farm” in Little Dixie, Missouri, Cathy Williams was never allowed to consider herself a slave. According to her mother, she was a captive, destined by her noble warrior blood to escape the enemy. Her chance at freedom presents itself with the arrival of Union general Phillip Henry “Smash‘em Up” Sheridan, the outcast of West Point who takes the rawboned, prideful young woman into service. At war’s end, having tasted freedom, Cathy refuses to return to servitude and makes the monumental decision to disguise herself as a man and join the Army’s legendary Buffalo Soldiers. Program takes place in the meeting room.