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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 March


The Ladies of High Tea are going back in time to read the very first of the Southern Sisters Mysteries by the late Anne George Murder on a Girl’s Night Out. We invite you to join us Tuesday, March 3 as we still meet the first Tuesday of the month at 3 PM.

A Different Kind of Sister Act

Patricia Anne -- "Mouse" -- is respectful, respectable, and demure, a perfect example of genteel Southern womanhood. Mary Alice -- "Sister" -- is big, brassy, flamboyant, and bold. Together they have a knack for finding themselves in the center of some of Birmingham's most unfortunate unpleasantness.

Country Western is red hot these days, so over impulsive Mary Alice thinks it makes perfect sense to buy the Skoot 'n' Boot bar -- since that's where the many-times-divorced "Sister" and her boyfriend du jour like to hang out anyway. Sensible retired schoolteacher Patricia Anne is inclined to disagree -- especially when they find a strangled and stabbed dead body dangling in the pub's wishing well. The sheriff has some questions for Mouse and her sister Sister, who were the last people, besides the murderer, of course, to see the ill-fated victim alive. And they had better come up with some answers soon -- because a killer with unfinished business has begun sending them some mighty threatening messages...


Stitch and Share would love for you to bring your UFOs and join us Thursday, March 26, 2015 at 3:30 PM-5:30 PM. Bring your unfinished needle projects (quilting, knitting, crochet, cross stitch, embroidery, etc) that you are having trouble completing and let us share what we know with you. Perhaps one of us can show you a simpler way to do that stitch that is giving you trouble. If you are a beginner bring your supplies and we’ll get you started. We have are supply lists for knitting and crocheting available at the front desk.

The Chess Club has extended their time 10 AM to 12:45 PM. All ages and levels of expertise are welcome. If you have ever wanted to learn how to play chess or are looking for a place to play, join the Lowder Chess Club each Saturday.


The Gamer’s Club is still meeting the first and third Friday afternoon from 3:30 PM-5:30 PM. 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!

Remember that every Monday evening from 5:30 PM-6:15 PM we have Pajama Story Time. The suggested attire for this program is . . . PAJAMAS! Parents dress the little ones in their pjs and let us read them the bedtime story. Stuffed friends and pillows are optional but encouraged. Friday’s 10:15 AM Story Time continues to be at the same time as always.



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