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E.L. Lowder Regional Branch Library
Rufus A Lewis Regional Branch Library
2590 Bell Road, Montgomery, AL  36117
Monday & Wednesday: 9 AM - 9 AM
Tuesday & Thursday: 9 AM - 6 PM
Friday: 9 AM - 6 PM 
Saturday: 9 AM - 1 PM
Closed Sundays
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Events for the Month of February

The Ladies of High Tea will be reading Nine Lives to Die; a Mrs. Murphy Mystery by Sneakie Pie and Rita Mae Brown. This is #22 in the series.

Winter has come to Crozet, Virginia, bringing with it a fresh blanket of snow. Harry and her husband, Fair, are hip deep in their usual end-of-the-year activities: distributing food to needy residents, and shopping for outfits for the Silver Linings youth organization’s annual fundraising gala. But buried beneath the white stuff are dark secrets from Crozet’s past—and Harry and her posse of pet detectives are determined to sniff them out.

Two Silver Linings mentors have been found dead in suspicious circumstances. If that weren’t enough to chill the bones of the locals, a pair of severed human fingers has turned up in a pencil jar in the bookkeeper’s office at St. Cyril’s church. What does this grisly display have to do with the mysterious disappearance of Harry’s voluptuous high school Latin teacher, a quarter of a century ago? Maybe nothing. But when the animals make another gruesome discovery in the woods behind Harry’s farm, it becomes clear that terrible crimes have been committed in Crozet—and somebody’s gone to great lengths to cover them up. It’s time to stop shoveling snow and start digging for clues.

The truth will be revealed. A cold case will be solved. And a twenty-five-year-old love triangle is about to get untangled. The weather outside may be frightful, but Harry and her four-legged friends refuse to be spooked off the case.

Bring your tea cups and join us. We meet the first Tuesday of the month at 3PM. This month’s meeting will be on Tuesday, February 3, 2015.

For our Black History event we will be showing Freedom Summer, Mississippi, 1964 from the Created Equal Series.

Showtime is 330PM, Friday afternoon, February 13, 2015.

On Monday evening, February 9, at 6PM we invite everyone to the Middle & High School Regionals (formerly the East Regionals) of the 4th Annual Voices in Black History Speech Competition, here at Lowder. This is always a great event for our students.

Stitch and Share will be at 330PM the fourth Thursday of the month. This month it will be on Thursday, February 26, 2015. If you have always wanted to learn how to quilt, knit, or crochet then pick up a supply list at the front desk and join us. If you know how to do the above and want to join the group then come on down, we’d love to have you.

Story Time continues to be at 1015AM every Friday in February. Our Pajama Story Time is on Mondays at 530PM.

The Lowder Chess Club is still looking for participants. IF you want to learn how to play chess or want a place to play chess join us every Saturday from 10AM-1245PM. Parents should pick up their children no later than 1245PM.

The Gamer’s Club is still meeting the first and third Friday afternoon from 330PM-530PM. Tweens and Young Adults are invited to play games on our gaming system. We have a Wii, and X-Box, and two Playstation2’s. Pre-Registration is required and slots fill up fast so get your name on the list in a hurry. Parents must stay in the library while participants are playing and a signed permission slip must be on file before anyone can play—no exceptions!


Ladies of High Tea Book Club
Meets the first Tuesday of the month at 3:00 PM


Contact Persons:
Julia-Ann Jenkins
Shirley Toston
Stacie Worthy