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Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library

ADDRESS AND PHONE
245 High Street
Montgomery, AL  36104Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library
334-240-4999

HOURS
Sunday:  2 PM - 6 PM
Monday through Wednesday: 9 AM - 9 PM
Thursday & Friday: 9 AM - 6 PM
Saturday:  9 AM - 1 PM
 
 
 

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Head Librarian

Tim Berry


Circulation Department
 

Zella'Ques Holmes, Head of Circulation and Media Services
 
 

Reference Department
 
 
Suzanne Horton, Head of Reference and Information Services
 
Brenda Davis, Reference Librarian
  
Alan Davis, Reference Librarian
 
Khalilah Hayes, Reference Librarian
 
LaRuth Martin, Reference Librarian/Computer Lab Manager/Webmaster

Media Services
Zella'Ques Holmes, Head of Circulation & Media Services

Children's Department

Fredriatta Brown-Greene
, Children's Librarian

Computer Lab Hours and Information
The Internet and more is offered in our Computer Lab, located on the second floor of the Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library of the Montgomery City-County Public Library.
 
The computer lab was established in 1998 with a gift from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The lab and computer equipment are supported today through funding by the City of Montgomery, the Montgomery County Commission, the Library Services and Technology Act, and the federal e-rate program. Join us and learn to use: Internet Explorer, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Access, and more.



Upcoming Events

Tuesday, December 13, 2016 - 6:30 PM
Cover to Cover Book Club Selection for the Month of December 2016
Intended Audience:  Adults
Stepping to a New Day: A Blessings Novel by Beverly Jenkins.
In Henry Adams, Kansas, you can’t start over without stirring things up . . .Many a good woman has had to leave a no-good man, but how many of them took a back-seat to his 600-lb. hog? On her own for the first time, Genevieve Gibbs is ecstatic, even if certain people preferred the doormat version of Ms. Gibbs. Finding someone who appreciates the “new” her has only just hit Gen’s to-do list when T.C. Barbour appears in her life. A tiny Kansas town is a far cry from his native Oakland, California, but it’s just the change T. C. needs. While helping his divorced nephew acclimate to single fatherhood, T. C. lands a gig driving a limo for the most powerful woman in Henry Adams. It’s a great way to meet people—and one in particular has already made the job worthwhile. All it takes is a short trip from the airport for Genevieve to snag T.C.’s attention for good. But it wouldn’t be Henry Adams without adding more drama to the mix. When Gen’s ex Riley returns with his hog in tow, it sets off a chain of events that can ruin everything—unless the residents pull together once again to save the day.  Review from Amazon.com
 

Thursday, December 15, 2016 - 10:30 AM
Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library Storytime
Intended Audience:  PreK
Merry Christmas from Ruby & Max
We will read and watch Max’s Christmas by Rosemary Wells.  Max is told that he can’t stay up to see Santa, but he sneaks down anyway.  Will Santa still come if Max is awake?  We will have a craft.
 

Thursday, December 22, 2016 - 10:30 AM
Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library Storytime
Intended Audience:  PreK
Movie Day
We will watch Little Brother Big Trouble: A Christmas Adventure.  On Christmas Eve, Niko the young reindeer must find his little brother, who has gone missing.  But in order to save Christmas, it’s going to take a lot of help from Niko’s friends.  While on his epic journey to save his brother, Niko learns the importance of friendship and family, in this heartwarming Holiday tale that all ages will enjoy.
 


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