Join the staff at EOL for one of these great programs in January!
Jan 6, 9am to 9pm - Friends of the Library Paperback Book Sale
Jan 7, 12:30pm - The Brown Bag Lunch crowd will watch a documentary on the lives of the real cowboys of the West
Jan 12, 6:30pm - Great Books Discussion Group will talk about Chekhov's Rothschild's Fiddle
Jan 13, 10am - The Bookies Book Group will talk about Nancy Horan's Loving Frank
Jan 14, 12:30pm - The Brown Bag Lunch crowd will watch a documentary on famous outlaws of the past
Jan 19 - The library will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Jan 20, 6:30 pm - Documentaries After Dark will feature a documentary about the New York art world in the 1960's
Jan 21, 12:30pm - The Brown Bag Lunch crowd will hear from representatives of H&R Block...tax time is almost here again!
Jan 24, 10am - Learn how to use the Jefferson County Library Cooperative's online catalog! Easy one-hour class on how to get the most from the county's online resources. Basic computing skills required.
Jan 27, 6:30pm - The Genre Reading Group will be discussing Civil War fiction. Grab the book of your choice from the Civil War Fiction genre and come tell us about it!
Jan 28, 12:30pm - The Brown Bag Lunch crowd will hear from Page to Stage speaker Karla Stamps about the Birmingham Festival Theater's new production of Diane Samuel's play "Kindertransport."
Jan 31, 6pm to 8pm - Eglamore & Cristobel: A Medieval Love Story featuring Dolores Hydock and the Musicians of Panharmonium (Tickets are $20 and may be purchased from the 2nd floor Reference desk of the Emmet O'Neal Library, payment options include cash or checks made payable to "Friends of EOL")
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