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Coping with Disaster
"Coping with Disaster” provides information for the following topics: understanding disaster events, recognizing signs of disaster related stress, easing disaster-related stress, helping kids cope with disaster and understanding children’s reactions to disaster by age.
Welcome to Scholastic Bookflix!
Welcome to Scholastic TrueFlix!
Welcome to Scholastic Freedomflix!
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DEMOGRAPHICS NOW FOR LIBRARIES: BUSINESS & PEOPLE
The Montgomery City-County Public Library adds Learn4Life Courses
2014 Voices In Black History Speech Competition
Congratulations to the Winners of the 2014 Contest!
First Place Winners
Free Homework Assistance @ the Library
Rufus A. Lewis Regional Library - Mondays @ 6:00 p.m.
Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library - Tuesdays @ 6:00 p.m.
Coliseum Boulevard Branch Library - Tuesdays @ 5:00 p.m.
E L Lowder Regional Library - Wednesdays @ 6:00 p.m.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the Morgan Library
OLLI runs out of the University of Alabama and offers mature adults lifelong learning opportunities through courses (such as history, literature, arts, crafts, and other timely topics) and field trips (such as museums, galleries, gardens, cemeteries and factories). The Morgan Library is their base for offering these opportunities to the Montgomery area.
Bill Fitts: Book Reading and Signing
To learn more about this wonderful new opportunity, contact Morgan Library 334-240-4999.
Zinio for Libraries
New Fines & Fees Effective as of July 1, 2012
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New Titles Available at the Library
List of new titles available at your library every Monday. Click here to access the current list...
WSFA Editorial on Library Services
Small Business Resource Center covers all major areas of starting, operating and maintaining a business from financing, management, marketing, accounting, taxes and more.
The Montgomery City-County Public Library has web cameras for use by persons who have deployed family members. You only need to set up an account on both ends of the service. If you regularly receive e-mails from your family member then you can set up an account to see and talk to them live at the library. The library allows as many members of the family as necessary to take advantage of this service. This service is also being offered to others who have family members is other states or countries.