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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:  1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Monday through Thursday:  9:00 am - 9:00 pm
Friday & Saturday:  9:00 am - 6:00 pm
 
 
 

Fiber Arts Club

Fiber Arts Club

@ Morgan Library

10am-12pm

2nd Thursday of each month

Come meet with other local fiber artists! Bring your own projects and meet new friends.

 

-This is not a class, but an open meeting of knitters, crochet lovers, hand sewers or other fiber crafters. Feel free to bring any handcraft!

 

-Our first meeting will be on January 10th.

 

-Feel free to bring any "show and tell” pieces you would like to share with the group!

 

For more information contact Suzanne at the Reference Desk @ 334-240-4982


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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.

Head Librarian

Tim Berry


Circulation Department

Zella'Ques Brown
, Head of Circulation
 
 

Reference Department
Brenda Davis, Reference Librarian
  
Mary Wilhoite, Reference Librarian
 
Suzanne Horton, Reference Librarian
 
LaRuth Martin, Reference Librarian/Computer Lab Manager/Webmaster

Media Services
VACANT

Children's Department

Fredriatta Brown-Greene
, Children's Librarian

Young Adult Department

VACANT


Computer Services

Samuel Jackson, Jr
., Technology Coordinator



Upcoming Events

Monday, April 28, 2014 - 12:00 PM
Extraordinary Lunch Bunch Book Club
Intended Audience:  Adult

The Funeral Dress by Susan Gregg Gilmore:
A deeply touching Southern story filled with struggle and hope.   Emmalee Bullard and her new baby are on their own. Or so she thinks, until Leona Lane, the older seamstress who sat by her side at the local shirt factory where both women worked as collar makers, insists Emmalee come and live with her.  Just as Emmalee prepares to escape her hardscrabble life in Red Chert holler, Leona dies tragically.  Grief-stricken, Emmalee decides she’ll make Leona’s burying dress, but there are plenty of people who don't think the unmarried Emmalee should design a dress for a Christian woman - or care for a child on her own. But with every stitch, Emmalee struggles to do what is right for her daughter and to honor Leona the best way she can, finding unlikely support among an indomitable group of seamstresses and the town’s funeral director. In a moving tale exploring Southern spirit and camaraderie among working women, a young mother will compel a town to become a community.  (Goodreads)




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