MCCPL Announces October Events!!

Montgomery City-County Public Library

October Programs 2019


Hampstead Branch Library


Toddler Time

Ages 2 and Under

Mondays @ 10:15 a.m.

7th: Boats Go by Steve Light

14th: Library closed – No Toddler Time

21st: Fully Of Fall by April Sayre

28th: I Went Walking by Sue Williams


Story Time

Ages 3 and Up

Every Tuesday @ 10:15 and 4:15


1st: Story Time is all about Cats today as we learn about the different kind of cats in I am a Cat by Galia Bernstein and what is not a cat in This Is NOT a Cat! by David LaRochelle.

Activity: Cat Craft


8th: Do you ever need a hug? These animals do in Slug Needs a Hug by Jeanne and I Need A Hug by Aaron Blabey.

Activity: Free Play


15th: It’s a giant Story Time as we learn How to Find an Elephant by Kate Banks and then participate in A Parade of Elephants by Kevin Henkes.

Activity: Elephant Craft


22nd:Fall is the perfect time to dive into some books about pumpkins in Stumpkin by Lucy Ruth Cummins and Ten Orange Pumpkins: A Counting Book by Stephen Savage

Activity: Pumpkin Craft


29th: Get ready to shout Go Away, Big Green Monster!( by Ed Emberley) and learn about a not-so-scary monster in Leonardo, the Terrible Monster by Mo Willems.

Activity: Make Your Own Monster



1st Grade and Up

Thursday, October 25th @ 2:30 and 4:30


Halloween candy is always melt-in-your-mouth delicious, but what really makes them melt in your mouth? Or in the car? Or in your favorite drink? We’re going to put Halloween candy to the test and figure out what is the best way to melt down your favorite snacks.


Pike Road Branch Library


Storybook Time – for age three and up

Mondays at 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

At Storybook Time, we sing a few songs, read one or two picture books and make a craft. We will read the same books at 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Here is what we have planned for this month:

  • October 7 – Maurice wants the last chocolate cookie, but his mother insists that he offer it to everyone else first before he eats it. He goes above and beyond, WAY beyond, to meet her demand. We’ll see just how far he goes when we read The Last Chocolate Cookie by Jamie Rix.
  • October 14 – No Storybook Time today, because we’ll be closed in observance of Columbus Day.


  • October 21 – The Farm-City Festival is coming up this week. We’ll prepare ourselves for the collision of farm and city by reading Mrs. Wishy-Washy’s Farm by Joy Cowley and Elizabeth Fuller. Duck, Cow and Pig are tired of being washed, so they escape the farm for the big city. Surely, nothing will go wrong.
  • October 28 – “Halloween is just hours away!” Actually, it is a few days away, but it is only a few hours away in today’s book, Big Pumpkin by Erica Silverman. That means that the star of our story, the witch, is in a bit of a time crunch. She needs to get a ginormous pumpkin off its vine, but it just won’t budge. Will she ever be able to make pumpkin pie?


Toddler Time – for age two and under

Wednesdays at 10 a.m.

At Toddler Time, we sing songs, recite nursery rhymes and read one story each week. The dates will be:

  • October 2
  • October 9
  • October 16
  • October 23
  • October 30

Book Clubs

Book Maniacs – for children in fourth grade and up –On Wednesday, October 9 at 4:15 p.m., the Maniacs will discuss The Seer of Shadows by Avi.

Publisher’s Summary – Horace Carpetine does not believe in ghosts. Raised to believe in science and reason, Horace Carpetine passes off spirits as superstition. Then he becomes an apprentice photographer and discovers an eerie–and even dangerous–supernatural power in his very own photographs. When a wealthy lady orders a portrait to place by her daughter’s gravesite, Horace’s employer, Enoch Middleditch, schemes to sell her more pictures–by convincing her that her daughter’s ghost has appeared in the ones he’s already taken. It’s Horace’s job to create images of the girl. Yet Horace somehow captures the girl’s spirit along with her likeness. And when the spirit escapes the photographs, Horace discovers he’s released a ghost bent on a deadly revenge.


Bookies – The Pike Road Bookies meet on the third Thursday of each month, except December. –On Thursday, October 17 at 11:15 a.m., they will discuss Women in Sunlight by Frances Mayes.

Publisher’s Summary – Kit Raine, an American writer living in Tuscany, is working on a biography of her close friend, a complex woman who continues to cast a shadow on Kit’s own life. Her work is waylaid by the arrival of three women–Julia, Camille, and Susan–all of whom have launched a recent and spontaneous friendship that will uproot them completely and redirect their lives. Susan, the most adventurous of the three, has enticed them to subvert expectations of staid retirement by taking a lease on a big, beautiful house in Tuscany. Though novices in a foreign culture, their renewed sense of adventure imbues each of them with a bright sense of bravery, a gusto for life, and a fierce determination to thrive. But how? With Kit’s friendship and guidance, the three friends launch themselves into Italian life, pursuing passions long-forgotten–and with drastic and unforeseeable results.


9585 Vaughn Road, Pike Road, AL 36064 – Phone: 244-8679

Bertha P. Williams Library


Adult Programs


Rosa Parks Page Turners Book Club

Wednesday, October 9 @ 11:00 am

Title: Backseat Saints by Joshilyn Jackson

Description: Rose Mae Lolley’s mother disappeared when she was eight, leaving Rose with a heap of old novels and a taste for dangerous men. Now, as demure Mrs. Ro Grandee, she’s living the very life her mother abandoned. She’s all but forgotten the girl she used to be-teenaged spitfire, Alabama heartbreaker, and a crack shot with a pistol-until an airport gypsy warns Rose it’s time to find her way back to that brave, tough girl . . . or else. Armed with only her wit, her pawpy’s ancient .45, and her dog Fat Gretel, Rose Mae hightails it out of Texas, running from a man who will never let her go, on a mission to find the mother who did.~  Dust jacket


Novel Colors **NEW DAY**

Tuesday, October 29 @ 6:30pm

LOCATION: Books-a-Million in Eastchase

Really want to join a book club but don’t really like to read? Come join us at Books-a-million as we talk and color. Read the book, or don’t! Browse with a new friend. Just want to color and enjoy our company? You’re welcome! Bring your own supplies or use some of ours. Coloring sheets provided. All titles available on Hoopla Digital

Title: House of Whispers, vol. 1 (issues 1-6)

Writer/Artist: Hopkinson/Stanton

Description: From her bayou, Erzulie scries upon the mortal realm and sees four human girls open a mysterious and magical journal filled with whispers and rumors that, if they spread, could cause a pandemic unlike any the Earth has seen, with the power to release Sopona, the loa lord of infectious disease and cousin to Erzulie, who is currently banned from the human plane. Meanwhile, a mysterious infection doctors are calling “Cotard’s Delusion” spreads, trapping countless souls in the Dreaming and leaving their physical bodies yearning for death. ~Hoopla


Author Talk: Valinda Johnson nee Lewis

Monday, October 21 @ 2:30pm

Meet the Author and welcome back home Montgomery native Valinda F. Johnson, formerly Valinda Lewis, who is now the author of her first book, Thus Far the Lord Has Helped Us, released by Cascade Publishing House in 2018. The book is a nine day devotional designed to restore and renew the soul.

Books will be offered for sale and the author will be available for signing.


Genealogy Sessions

By appointment only

Pre-registration IS required.

Sign up for a one on one genealogy session with librarian Amy Campbell. She’ll show you beginning tips and tricks for tracing your ancestry. If you’ve already been working on your tree, find ways to digitize your information to keep better track during your research. Email, Call, or come in to set up your 45 minute session.

Contact: 334-625-4979 or


All Ages

Mid-Afternoon Movie

Friday, October 18 @ 3:00pm

Joins us for a mid-afternoon movie after work or school. Bring snacks, suggest titles for future viewings, talk with friends or make new ones. Movies will be PG-13 rating or lower, but parents are responsible for researching movie before allowing children to view. Call to ask what movie we’re showing or to suggest a title.


Teen Programs


Big Plans

Thursday, October 31 @ 4pm

Join us every Thursday as we explore different career options, how to get into certain fields. These talks will not be limited to college track, so if you’re interested in trade school careers, ask us what’s on the upcoming agenda!



Children’s Programs

Story time!

Mondays and Tuesdays @10am, except holidays. All storytimes will include song and dance so we can keep our bodies as active as our minds!



Dragons Love Tacos (Rubin), just be careful not to have anything spicy! Dinosaurs are kind of like dragons, I wonder, How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food? (Yolen)


7 and 8

Chickens to the Rescue (Himmelman) save a family, but what if they took a day off? Bob (Campbell) is also a very special chicken. He’s a rooster who doesn’t know how to crow.



Rover’s in the doghouse and wants to be left alone, but when it starts to rain…Move Over Rover (Beaumont). Tiny T. Rex (Stutzman) has tiny t-rex arms and wants to give his friend Spike a hug, will he find a way?


21 and 22

A Chameleon tries to find A Color of His Own (Lionni), but finds a friend instead. The Mixed Up Camelon (Carle) wants to be all kinds of animals, until he discovers he can’t do what he loves best.


28 and 29

Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes (Litwin) and you’re sure to love them too. If You Give a Mouse a Cookie (Numeroff), he may want more!



Ramer Branch Library



These story times will be held at the Dunbar-Ramer School for Grades K-3, October 7th and 9th


Monday, October 7: Kindergarten and 1st Grade- 11:30 am

Ollie’s Halloween by Olivier Dunrea and Activity/Craft Hour

Gossie, Gertie, Peedie, BooBoo, and Ollie are out and about tricking and treating. Let’s see what the night has in store for them.

Craft: We will decorate pumpkins


Wednesday, October 9: 2nd and 3rd Grade- 1:00 pm

Scaredy-Cat, Splat! by Rob Scotton and Activity/Craft Hour

Splat the Cat and his class are wearing costumes to school for Halloween. Splat wants to have the scariest costume, but Splat is scared himself and he ends up looking silly in front of the class. What happens to make him so scared? This story will fill us in.

Craft: We will make goofy little spiders, which are also handy little candy holders for Halloween treats


Other Activities at Ramer

Held at the Library



Every Wednesday: All Ages-3:30-5:00 pm

Lego Club


Thursday, October 17th

All Ages- 3:30-5:00pm

Art it Up: Halloween Theme

It’s arts and crafts time! Come out and showcase your talents! Let’s have fun! We will supply the materials and you bring your creativity. Refreshments will be served.


Adult Programs

Wednesday, October 9 @ 11:00 – “Utility Issues” by Alabama Department of Public Service. The topic will be about keeping up with your power, gas, and telephone bills.


Wednesday, October 23, 11:00- Ramer Readin’ Right Book Club


Governors’ Square Library


 Preschool Storytime

Tuesdays @ 10:00 a.m.


October 1: Be Careful with Strangers

Children will enjoy the stories Little Red Riding Hood and Hansel and Gretel, followed by a fingerprint craft


October 8: Fire Safety

The children will be excited to hear a special guest presenter from Montgomery Fire Department read some books and talk about  “Fire Safety”. Then they will get to explore a real fire engine and receive goody bags.


October 15: Healthy Foods Day

Ms. Shondra Wright, Montgomery County Extension Office, will read stories and lead interactive games to teach the children that fruits and vegetables are good to eat.


October 22:   Scary Faces

Ms. Anita will read There’s a Nightmare in My Closet and Scaredy Cat, Splat. Then the children will make a scary face craft.


October 29:   National Cats Day

 The children will sing cat songs, then hear the stories Black Cat and Spooky Cat. Finally they will do a coloring page.


Book Bunch

October 9 @ 2:00 p.m.


October is Mystery Month,, so members will read and discuss the mystery Death on the D-List, by Nancy Grace.

Book Jacket Summary: The brutal slayings of a string of her patients in New York and a horrific attempt on her own life leave Hailey Dean down but not defeated. After a yearlong respite back home in the Southland, former violent crimes prosecutor Hailey Dean finally returns to her apartment in the sky overlooking Manhatten. Hailey’s determined to build a normal life and settle back into her growing practice as a therapist. But in a twist of fate, Hailey agrees to follow her heart and fight crime once again, this time in a new arena, in front of a camera! Under the hot lights of a TV studio, Hailey learns that the TVindustry is not so glamorous. In fact, it’s downright deadly! Waning celebrities, all stunning actresses. Each one a shining star turned has-been now struggling to get off the D-List and back into the limelight, meet with a bloody stage exit…murder! Hailey’s archenemy, Lieutenant Ethan Kolker, NYPD cop who hunted Hailey down for the murders of her own patients, now wants the past forgotten and reaches out for Hailey’s help to solve the murders.  In a race against the clock, Hailey has no idea that TV can be murder.


Pintlala Branch Library



Domestic Violence Awareness Month/Breast Cancer Awareness Month


Tuesdday, October 1 @ 11:10 Pre-K

BOOK: “Clifford and the Big Parade” by Norman Bridwell

Synopsis —-   Clifford, the big red dog, is too large to join in the games and races of the town’s centennial celebration, but when the bridge breaks along the parade route, Clifford carries the paraders across the river and saves the day.

ACTIVITY: Students will make a dog out of the letter D


Tuesday, October 8 @ 1:00 Kindergarten

BOOK: “Will Moses Mother Goose” by:

Synopsis: —-   From world-renowned folk artist Will Moses comes the board book version of his original and enchanting Mother Goose picture book. Featuring 22 of childhood’s best-loved nursery rhymes and three double-page spreads of Moses’ unmistakable paintings, this gorgeously illustrated gem is perfect for pint-sized nursery rhyme lovers–and their art-enthusiast parents.

ACTIVITY: Students will make and decorate paper teddy bears


Thursday, October 10 @ 9:30 3rd Grade

BOOK: “Sea Bear” by Lindsay Moore

Synopsis: —-     A solitary polar bear travels across the sea ice in pursuit of food.  As the ice melts and food becomes scarce, she is forced to swim for days. Finally, storm-tossed and exhausted, she finds shelter on land, where she gives birth to cubs and waits for the sea to freeze again.

ACTIVITY: Students will play a game using balloons


Thursday, October 10 @ 1:30 2nd Grade

BOOK: “The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything” by Linda Williams

Synopsis —- Once upon a time, there was a little old lady who was not afraid of anything! But one autumn night, while walking in the woods, the little old lady heard . . . clomp, clomp, shake, shake, clap, clap.  And the little old lady who was not afraid of anything had the scare of her life!

ACTIVITY: Students will act out this play


Tuesday, October 15 @ 11:10 Pre-K

BOOK: “Aaron Has A Lazy Day” by P.D. Eastman

Synopsis —-   P. D. Eastman’s classic character Aaron the Alligator makes his early-reader debut! On this lazy day, Aaron is hot, tired, and hungry—perhaps a nice, juicy lemon will taste good?  Blech! Lemons are not good to eat! Follow daffy Aaron as his hazy, lazy day becomes less lazy and more crazy!

ACTIVITY: Cutting out the letter A on construction paper and turning it into an Alligator


October 16 @ 9:30 6th Grade

ACTIVITY: Students will make spiders out of construction paper and other material


October 16 @ 1:30 1st Grade

BOOK: “One Witch” by Laua Leuck

Synopsis: —-   One witch, on a hill, had an empty pot to fill. So what does that one witch do? She goes around to visit all her fiendish friends, naturally; two cats, three scarecrows, four goblins, five vampires, six mummies, seven owls, eight ghosts, nine skeletons, and ten werewolves. At every stop they contribute ghoulishly tasty ingredients until the witch has enough to make a properly gruesome stew for her party. Then, of course, she must send out her invitations; to the ten werewolves, nine skeletons, eight ghosts, seven owls, six mummies…   Count up and count down again as one witch gets ready for a fun-filled monster bash. Come along, they’ve got a special surprise waiting just…FOR…YOU!

ACTIVITY: Students will make a Halloween craft


October 22 @ 5th Grade

ACTIVITY: Students will make scarecrows out of construction paper and other material


October 22 @ 1:00 Kindergarten

BOOK: “On Halloween Night” by Ferida Wolff

Synopsis —- In this spellbinding counting rhyme, one witch, two cats, three owls, and other assorted creatures of the night add up to one mysterious Halloween. It’s just enough to give gentle jitters to young readers counting their way from one to   thirteen on their way through the haunted woods

ACTIVITY: Students will make a Halloween craft


October 23 @ 12:30 4th Grade

BOOK: “The Great Pumpkin Switch” by Megan McDonald

Synopsis: —-   “I looked, but I couldn’t believe what I saw. Rosie’s pumpkin, bouncing down the front steps, thwump, thwump, thwump.  All 34 of them. Then, splat!” Grampa tells a story about a time when horse-drawn carts were just beginning to give way to automobiles, when a neighbor’s backyard held a hungry pig, and when boys could as easily be called upon to stir a simmering pot  of apple butter as to clean up a fallen tree.

ACTIVITY: Students will make a Halloween craft


October 24 @ 9:30 3rd Grade

BOOK: “The Horrible Spookhouse” by Kicki Stridh

Synopsis —- A little girl lost in the woods wanders into a haunted house, where she disappoints the witches, monsters, and other inhabitants because she refuses to be frightened of them.

ACTIVITY: Students will make a Halloween craft


October 24 @ 1:30 2nd Grade

BOOK: “The Wizard” by Jack Prelutsky

Synopsis:—– The wizard, watchful, waits alone within his tower of cold gray stone and ponders in his wicked way what evil deeds he’ll do this day. What do you think the wizard is planning to do? Conjure a magic spell? Turn a frog into a flea? Fill a cauldron with bubbling brew? You may think you know . . . but watch out. Because if the wizard is bored, he may come looking for you!

ACTIVITY: Students will make a Halloween craft


October 29 @ 11:10 Pre-K

BOOK: “Scaredy-Cat, Splat!” by Rob Scotton

Synopsis —- It’s Halloween, and Splat is determined to be the scariest cat in the class. Unfortunately, he’s just too much of a scaredy-cat. He’s afraid of a little   spider, and everyone says his costume looks more silly than scary. And when  Mrs. Wimpydimple tells a ghost story in the dark, Splat gets so frightened that  he tips over his jack-o’-lantern.  But when the lights go back on, the entire class   is scared silly by a small, black, furry creature with a big pumpkin head.  Whooooo can it be?

ACTIVITY: Students will make Halloween necklaces


October 31 @ 10:00 – 1:00

Character Parade ALL Grades


Rufus A. Lewis Regional Library


Wednesdays @ 10:00 a.m.


October 2

The Three Billy Goats Gruff by Jerry Pinkney

Three billy goats must outwit the big, ugly troll that lives under the bridge they have to cross on their way up the mountain.

Activity: Coloring Sheet


October 9

My Friend Bear by Jez Alborough

Eddie and his teddy bear meet a very big bear in the woods, and Eddie and the big bear become good friends.

Activity: Friendship Bracelets


October 16

Curious George And The Puppies by Margaret Rey

Curious George goes to the animal shelter where he accidentally lets all the dogs out of their cages and creates quite a ruckus.

Activity: Curious George Craft


October 23

Mrs. Chicken and The Hungry Crocodile by Won-Ldy Paye

When a crocodile captures Mrs. Chicken and takes her to an island to fatten her up, clever Mrs. Chicken claims that she can prove they are sisters and that, therefore, the crocodile shouldn’t eat her.

Activity: Coloring Sheet


October 30

Llama Llama Trick or Treat by Anna Dewdney

Llama Llama picks out the perfect Halloween costume and goes trick-or-treating with Mama and his friends.

Activity: Halloween Craft


Young Adult Programs

Rufus Lewis Library


Caramel Apple Party

Thursday, October 3 @ 4pm

Description: Bring in October with the perfect fall treat: caramel apples! Just dip your apple in some caramel then top it with nuts, marshmallows, chocolate, and/or sprinkles.


Haunted Alabama

Thursday, October 10 @ 4pm
Description: Learn about haunted places throughout Alabama, including some right here in Montgomery, and the stories behind them.


Taste Test Challenge: Store Brand vs Name Brand Snacks

Thursday, October 17 @ 4pm

Description: Can your taste buds tell the difference between store brand snacks verses name brand ones? Try out both store and name brand versions of cookies, popcorn, fruit snacks, chips, and pretzels to see if you can really tell which is which.


DIY Lemon Sugar Scrub

Thursday, October 24 @ 4pm

Description: Learn how to whip up your very own sugar scrub for way less than store bought products. These scrubs moisturize, exfoliate, and make a great gift.


Halloween Party

Thursday, October 31 @ 4pm

Description: Join us for an afternoon of treats, crafts, and spooky music


Adult Programs



Computer Class @ 11:00 A.M. – 12:00 Noon

Thursday, October 3, 10, 17, 24, 31

Instructors: Library Staff

All levels of experience are welcome in this low stress, community approach to computer literacy.


Scrapbooking @ 12 Noon

Thursday, October 3, 10. 17, 24, 31

Mrs. Alberta Riley, Retired Educator, Presenter

Description: Learn the techniques of telling stories of your memories through the art of scrapbooking using words, paper, glue, photos, etc. Attendees are encouraged to provide material for this program.  Please contact staff @ (334)240-4848 for a list of recommended materials.

Presenter: Mrs. Alberta Riley, Retired Educator


Saturday Morning Chess @ the Library

Saturday, October 5, 12, 19, 26 @ 10:00 A.M. – 12:30

Description: Learn to play Chess. All ages and levels of players are welcome.

Presenter: Friends and Family Chess Club


After 5 Book Club

Monday, October 7 @ 6 P.M.

Unsolved by James Patterson

Description: “James Patterson, a brilliant storyteller, has created another uniquely horrifying villain, allowing his readers a glimpse inside the mind of a person gone far over the edge of sanity.”  ~BOOKREPORTER


Yoga @ the Library @ 6:00 P.M.

Tuesday, October 8, 22, 29

Description: This course is an introduction to the ancient practice of Yoga. Through a series of gentle Yoga Poses, participants will experience a sense of well-being and relaxation.  Comfortable, form-fitting, but stretchy clothing is recommended.  Participants of all levels of health, mobility, and flexibility are encouraged to attend as Yoga Poses can be adapted for comfort.

Presenter: Mrs. Susan Enzweiler, Registered Yoga Teacher, Instructor



Taking Control of Our Health Through Medication Management

Tuesday, October 15 @ 10:00 A.M.

Description: This will be an interactive presentation and the following topics will be discussed:

  1. Reasons for not taking medications: patient-related factors, medicine-related factors
  2.            prescriber-related factors, pharmacy-related factors
  3. Consequences of not taking medications as prescribed
  4. Medication management
  5. Presenter: Eileen Knott, REACH Community Liaison, The Wellness Coalition


Coliseum Boulevard Branch Library


Thursdays @ 10:00 a.m.


October 3   We love our mothers!

Come Along, Daisy, by Jane Simmons

Daisy becomes so engrossed in playing with dragonflies and lily pads that she temporarily loses her mother.

Daisy and the Egg, by Jane Simmons

Daisy awaits the arrival of a new brother or sister, even helping Momma Duck sit on the egg while they wait for it to hatch.

Craft – Duck craft


October 10   Some people never give in!

What Baby Wants, by Phyllis Root

Various family members try to stop Baby from crying, but only his brother figures out what he wants.

Don’t Fidget a Feather, by Erica Silverman

Their contest to decide who is the champion of champions almost has disastrous consequences for Gander and Duck.

Craft – Duck craft


October 17   Ain’t Gonna Paint No More! by Karen Beaumont

A little girl caught painting on the walls finds a solution to her problem.

Purple, Green, and Yellow by Robert Munsch

Brigid really loves markers. But when she draws on herself with super-permanent ink, she knows that spells trouble.

We will do a pre-school STEM activity.


October 24   Never give up when you really want something!

One Duck Stuck, by Phyllis Root

Groups of animals try to help a duck that is stuck in the marsh.

Tiny Little Fly, by Michael Rosen

With a tramp and a roll and a swat, Great Big Elephant, Great Big Hippo, and Great Big Tiger try to capture Tiny Little Fly as he teases each one.

Craft – Elephant craft


October 31   It’s Halloween!

Corduroy’s Best Halloween Ever, by Don Freeman

Corduroy helps all his friends with their Halloween costumes, but has a hard time finding one for himself.

Halloween Monster, by Catherine Stock

Tommy is reluctant to dress up and go out on Halloween until his mother convinces him that there are no real witches, ghosts, or monsters.

Craft – Flying ghosts and bats craft


*Parent Pre-School Activity Center:  This table changes once a month.  We will have a new activity to enhance

the five senses and further develop your child’s thought processes. This table has activities where parent and child explore together.


**We always have various learning puzzles for the children to enjoy.


***1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

Register now for this powerful program geared toward boosting your infant’s brainpower. Simply read to your child, birth through kindergarten, every day with the goal of having read 1,000 books before they enter kindergarten.  You will keep track of each book read, and your child will receive a reward after every 100 books read.  Find out more about this new program at the Coliseum Boulevard Branch Library.



“Free” Activities for Your Elementary Aged Children


Zoobs & Cubes

Tuesday, October 1 @ 4:00 – 5:00 pm

Join us as we build with zoobs and cubes. This is a fun, new way of building that fosters a creative sense of engineering and architecture.


Homework Assistance

Tuesday, October 1, 8, 15, 22, and 29 @ 5:00 – 5:45 pm

Do you need assistance with your assignments? Bring your materials so our tutors can help you with your understanding. Our tutors will assist you with your reading, math, or English.  You must pre-register to attend these sessions, and tutors who are interested in assisting must pre-register, also.


Ukulele Class

Monday, October 21 @ 4:00 – 5:00 pm

This class is geared toward all individuals ages 6 through adult seniors who wish to learn to play the ukulele. You may bring your own ukulele, or you may check one out from our library.  Learning to play a musical instrument is a great way to stimulate your mind! (October 21, because we are closed the 14).



October 8 and 22 @4:00 – 5:00 pm

Come join the fun as we build with Legos. We will have a theme for our first meeting of the month, and it will be to design a tree or flower, and the second meeting of the month will be devoted to free play.  Come see what you can create!


Tinkering Table/STEM Program

October 15 @ 4:00 – 5:00 pm

In honor of chemistry month, we will experiment with Elephant Toothpaste. Does the bottle size or shape matter? What if we add this… what will happen?


“Free” Activities for Your Teens


Homework Assistance

Tuesday, October 1, 8, 15, 22, and 29 @ 5:00 – 5:45 pm

Do you need assistance with your assignments? Bring your materials so our tutors can help you with your understanding. Out tutors will assist you with your reading, math, or English.  You must pre-register to attend these sessions, and tutors who are interested in assisting must pre-register, also.


Crochet Class

Thursday, October 3 and 17 @ 4:00 – 5:00 pm

Do you like to keep your hands busy? Have you always wanted to learn to crochet? Come to our class as a beginner or someone who wants to learn a new stitch or two. Please bring your own needles and yarn.


Homeschool STEM Program

October 9 @ 10:00 – 11:00

In honor of chemistry month, we will learn the why and how of carbon-dioxide bubbles. Please bring cotton gloves or a piece of cotton.


Ukulele Class

Monday, October 21

This class is geared toward all individuals ages 6 through senior adults who wish to learn to play the ukulele. You may bring your own ukulele, or you may check one out from our library.  Learning to play a musical instrument is a great way to stimulate your mind! (October 21, because we are closed the 14).


We always have an ongoing puzzle for teens and adults. Come help complete our newest puzzle!



Adult Programs


Tech Appointments

Call 271-7005 to reserve a time.

Sessions will be one-on-one by appointment only for a maximum of one hour. The type of help will depend on your needs.  You may use your own device, or you may borrow one of ours.  Let us know what you want to learn!  Assistance can include necessary computer skills, some Microsoft Office programs, email, eBooks, mouse, or any of our digital catalogs.


Adult Ukulele Session

October 2 @ 10:00 – 11:00 am

Interested in learning to play the ukulele? Come meet like-minded people who appreciate learning to play a musical instrument. You can bring your own ukulele, or you can check one out from our library.  Learning to play a musical instrument is a great way to stimulate the mind!


Crochet Class

Thursday, October 3 and 17 @ 4:00 – 5:00 pm

Do you like to keep your hands busy? Have you always wanted to learn to crochet? Come to our class as a beginner or someone who wants to learn a new stitch or two. Please bring your own needles and yarn.


Ukulele Class

October 21 @ 4:00 – 5:00 pm

This class is geared toward all individuals ages 6 through senior adults who wish to learn to play the ukulele. You may bring your own ukulele, or you may check one out from our library.  Learning to play a musical instrument is a great way to stimulate your mind! (October 21, because we are closed the 14).


Adult Program

October 16 @ 10:00 am

Sandra Whatley, Central Alabama Aging Consortium, will be here to address new and existing Medicare programs. She will also be available to meet with you one-on-one to discuss your prescription plans.


We always have an ongoing puzzle for teens and adults. Come help complete our newest puzzle!


Adult Book Clubs


Southern Charms Book Club

October 10 @ 3:00 pm

Today we will be discussing Somerset, by Leila Meacham.  This is a story of three of South Carolina’s most prominent families during 1835 and their struggles with their families and the ties between the families.  Then, we will receive our book for November titled, Here on Earth, by Alice Hoffman.  This is a story of a woman and her daughter who returns from California back to the mother’s small hometown in Massachusetts.  Here the mother confronts all the memories of her past and tries to deal with the good and bad choices she made.


Curious Genre Book Club

October 24 @ 3:00 pm

Unsheltered by Barbara Kingsolver

Brilliantly executed and compulsively listenable, Unsheltered is the story of two families, in two centuries, who live at the corner of Sixth and Plum, as they navigate the challenges of surviving a world in the throes of major cultural shifts. In this mesmerizing story told in alternating chapters, Willa and Thatcher come to realize that though the future is uncertain, even unnerving, shelter can be found in the bonds of kindred—whether family or friends—and in the strength of the human spirit.


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Lap Sit Time

Thursdays @10:00AM

October 3: Bullying

Bully by Laura Vaccaro Seeger

Bully is a bull who goes around bullying other animals. All the animals ask Bully to play with them.  He says to them, “Buzz Off.”  Is this away to talk to your friends?


Monthly Sign Book: Five Little Pumpkins


Five Little Pumpkins by Harper Collins Publishing Company

Five little pumpkins are sitting on a gate and it is getting very late. Each little pumpkin has something different to say about the night.  Do you know how to count up to five by using ordinal numbers?


October 10: National Fire Safety Week

Firefighters A to Z by Chris L. Demarest

The firefighters go through the letters of the alphabet letting you know what they do to save your life. Should you be afraid of a fireman in his suit?


October 17: Pirate Day

Wake Up, Croc! by Kirsten Mayer

The fairy is nearby and the egg is about to hatch. A baby croc is slowly waking up as it gives one fairy a kiss.  Do you know how to count to five?


October 24: Harvest Day

Boo to You! by Lois Ehlert

The mice are busying harvesting food for their feast. They did not invite the cat to the harvest party.  Who gets scared at the end of the story?


October 31: Dress-up Day

(Today is dress up day at the library. Come in a costume and go trick-or-treating around the library.)

Count 123 dagmar! by J.otto Seibold

Dagmar is getting ready for his party and everyone is invited. How many different things do you see in this book?

*Books, music, activities and anything related to Lap Sit Time is subject to change at any given moment or time without prior notice.

Lap Sit Time is geared towards babies ages 0 to almost 3. However, everyone is always welcome to join us.


Preschool Storytime

Fridays @ 10:00 a.m.


Bully Prevention Month

October 4

Have you or someone that you know ever been bullied? The Family Sunshine Center will be here to explain what bullying is and how we can overcome bullying together.

Don’t be a Bully, Billy: A Cautionary Tale by Phil Roxbee Cox

Billy is always bullying the other children at his school. Then one day he picks on the new kid and the older brother takes care of Billy.

The Invisible Boy by Trudy Ludwig

Brian feels as though he is invisible because no one ever sits with him at lunch or picks him to play with at recess. Have you ever felt left out of something?

Activity: Family Sunshine Center


Fire Prevention Week

October 11

Have you and your family had a discussion about what you are going to do if a fire breaks out in your home? The Montgomery Fire Department will be here to discuss fire safety.

No Dragons for Tea: Fire Safety for Kids (and DRAGONS) by Jean Pendziwol

The little girl and her mother go down to the beach where the little girl meets a dragon and they become good friends. The little girl invites the dragon back for tea, but the dragon sneezes.  Guess what happens next?

TO THE RESCUE!  by Mercer Mayer

Dad goes to the basement to work and gets locked in and Little Critter has to call for help. Who does he call for help?

Activity: Design a fire escape route


Dress Like a Pirate Day

October 18

Do you know how to talk like a pirate? Do you know the pirate oath?  If you answered no to either of these questions it is okay.  Captain Matt Canary, librarian from Pike Road Branch, will be here to teach you the ways of the Pirates. Ahoy, Matey!

How I Became a Pirate by Melinda Long

Jeremy Jacobs is playing in the sand on the beach when a pirate ship makes a landing. Grey Beard decides to take Jeremy and teach him the pirate ways.  Do you think Jeremy misses his family?

Pirates Don’t Change Diapers by Melinda Long

Did you know that pirates do not do a lot of things? They especially do not change diapers.  What else do they not do?

Activity: Treasure Map


Dress Up Day

October 25

The Monster Trap by Dean Morrissey

Paddy was staying at Pop’s house but was afraid to go to sleep. Pop designed a trap to catch the night time scary monster.  Do you think the trap worked?

Spooky Hour by Tony Mitton

The clock has struck twelve and guess what time it is? It is Spooky Hour.  Let’s count all the creatures as they come out to play.

Activity: Annual walk around the library to get treats


Monday Pajama Story Time

1st Monday from 7PM-7:30PM

Books that are read are fairy tales, books about going to bed and poems. We will not do much jumping around or an art activity at this program.


Saturday Story Time

3rd and 4th Saturday


Theme: Spooky Stories for October


Other Happenings @ Lowder Library


Children’s Programming:


Lowder’s Friends and Family Chess Club meets every Saturday 10AM to 1245PM (All children must be picked up by our 1PM closing time). If you have ever wanted to learn how to play chess or if you have been looking for a place to play join us each Saturday.  All ages and levels are welcome!  There is no need to pre-register, just show up on Saturday.  If Chess Club is canceled we will post a sign on the Meeting Room door.


Gamer’s Club is the second Wednesday afternoon of the month from 4PM-530PM. You must pre-register at Lowder’s Circulation Desk at least 24 hours in advance to play.  Parents/Guardians must stay in the Main Area during play time.  Participants are welcome to bring their own controllers and games (E, E10, or T only), if you want to play them on the big screen!  Or participants can just play ours!  Join us Wednesday, October 9, 2019 at 4PM.


Lowder Lego League is the third Wednesday afternoon of the month from 4PM-530PM. Participants under the age of 8 must have an adult present with them while they play.  Participants older than 8 must have an adult with them as well, but adult may wait in the Main Area of the library.  Registration is also required and complete rules are available at the Circulation Desk.  Come and sign up for Wednesday, October 16, 2019!


Homework Assistance at Lowder will be every Wednesday unless school is out. Everyone must fill out a new registration each school year and they may be picked up at the Circulation Desk.  Textbooks, worksheets, and assignments must be brought to every session in order for students to receive assistance.  If you would like to be a Homework Helper pick up an application at the Front Desk.

Join us for Lap Sit Time! It is for ages 0 to almost-3-years-old every Thursday 10AM to 11AM for a Librarian led Lap Sit time.  From 10AM – 10:15AM the Librarians will read board books, nursery rhymes, and teach baby sign language.  From 10:15AM – 11AM the parent/caregiver may choose to stay, play and read to their child/children. There is no craft associated with this program.

Our regular Preschool Story Time starts at 10AM on Friday mornings. All ages are welcome but please remember that programming is geared towards ages 3 to 5.  The usual program is to read a couple of books interspaced with songs and movement ending with a craft or activity.


Super Saturday Story Time is now the third and fourth Saturday of the month at 10AM. Miss Mary will be doing both Saturdays, October 19 and 26.  We’ll be reading books with Spooky Stories.  Be prepared to be scared.


Pajama Storytime on Monday, October 7th, 2019 bring your favorite blanket and stuffed animal, and of course, wear your PJs! We’ll be reading a couple of relaxing books that will help us calm down after a busy day.


Young Adult Programs:


We are continuing our Teen Hang Out Nights Mondays, from 6:30pm to 8pm. Come hang out with us, have some snacks, and relax!

Monday, October 7th: We start off the best month of the year with a scary movie! Which one, you ask? Only the spirits know! Join us and be frightfully surprised!

Monday, October 14th: Casual hangout day.

Monday, October 21st: Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Library – We’ll pass around a flashlight and come up with a creepy story together.

Monday, October 28th: Casual hangout day.


Join us the 2nd Thursday of the month from 4:30PM to 5:30PM in the Meeting Room to discover and create. Make “Your” Space is a S.T.E.A.M. program for Young Adults.  We will be focusing on making things and learning how it works through science, engineering, art, and math.  People of all ages are invited to participate or observe; however, children under 14 must have an adult present to assist them with their projects.  This month we will meet Thursday, October 10, 2019 and the project will be making Glitter Slime! Three ingredients go in; one concoction comes out. Come experience the magic of science!


Lowder’s Friends and Family Chess Club meets every Saturday 10AM to 1245PM (All children must be picked up by our 1PM closing time).  If you have ever wanted to learn how to play chess or if you have been looking for a place to play join us each Saturday.  All ages and levels are welcome!  There is no need to pre-register, just show up on Saturday.  If Chess Club is canceled we will post a sign on the Meeting Room door.


Homework Help at Lowder will be every Wednesday unless school is out.  Everyone must fill out a new registration each school year and they may be picked up at the Circulation Desk.  Textbooks, worksheets, and assignments must be brought to every session in order for students to receive assistance.  If you would like to be a Homework Helper pick up an application at the Front Desk.


Gamer’s Club meets Wednesday, October 9th, 2019 (and every second Wednesday afternoon of the month) from 4pm to 5:30pm. You must pre-register at the Circulation Desk at least 24 hours in advance to play. Parents/guardians must stay inside the building during play time. Participants are welcome to bring their own controllers and games (E, E10, or T only), or play ours! Come experience the new games and devices that have been added!


LEGO League is Wednesday, October 16th, 2019 (meets every third Wednesday of the month) from 4pm to 5:30pm. Participants under the age of 8 must have an adult present with them while they play. All participants must have a guardian inside the building during construction time. Registration is required, and can be done at the Circulation Desk.  This month we will be building our favorite monsters.


The Young Classic Book Club will meet from 4PM to 5PM on the third Thursday of the month. Thursday, October 17, 2019 at 4PM the Young Classic Book Club will discuss Dracula by Bram Stoker.

Summary:  Dracula is an 1897 Gothic horror novel by Irish author Bram Stoker. Famous for introducing the character of the vampire Count Dracula, the novel tells the story of Dracula’s attempt to move from Transylvania to England so he may find new blood and spread undead curse, and the battle between Dracula and a small group of men and women led by Professor Abraham Van Helsing. Dracula has been assigned to many literary genres including vampire literature, horror fiction, the gothic novel and invasion literature. The novel touches on themes such as the role of women in Victorian culture, sexual conventions, immigration, colonialism, and post-colonialism. Although Stoker did not invent the vampire, he defined its modern form, and the novel has spawned numerous theatrical, film and television interpretations.


Thursday, November 21, 2019 at 4PM the Young Classic Book Club will discuss Sarah, Plain and Tall by Patricia MacLachlan.

Summary: This beloved Newbery Medal–winning book is the first of five books in Patricia MacLachlan’s chapter book series about the Witting family.

Set in the late nineteenth century and told from young Anna’s point of view, Sarah, Plain and Tall tells the story of how Sarah Elisabeth Wheaton comes from Maine to the prairie to answer Papa’s advertisement for a wife and mother. Before Sarah arrives, Anna and her younger brother Caleb wait and wonder. Will Sarah be nice? Will she sing? Will she stay? This children’s literature classic is perfect for fans of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little House on the Prairie books, historical fiction, and timeless stories using rich and beautiful language. Sarah, Plain and Tall gently explores themes of abandonment, loss and love.

Selections are taken from Required Reading Lists and please note that schedules and selections are subject to change without prior notice.


Adult Programming:


The Ladies of High Tea meets the Fourth Thursday of the month at 3PM.  In October the Ladies will read Death in the Stacks: A Library Lovers Mystery by Jenn McKinlay.  Join us at 3PM on Thursday, October 24, 2019.

Summary:  Lindsey Norris and her staff are gearing up for the Briar Creek Library’s annual Dinner in the Stacks fund-raiser. The night of dinner and dancing is not only a booklover’s dream—it’s the library’s biggest moneymaker of the year. But instead of raising funds, the new library board president is busy raising a stink and making the staff miserable. Although Olive Boyle acts like a storybook villain, Lindsey is determined to work with her and make the event a success. But when Olive publicly threatens the library’s newest hire, Paula, Lindsey cracks like an old book spine and throws Olive out of the library.

The night of the fund-raiser, Lindsey dreads another altercation with Olive—but instead finds Paula crouched over Olive’s dead body. Paula may have secrets, but Lindsey and the rest of the crafternooners know she’s not the one who took Olive out of circulation. As the plot thickens, Lindsey must catch the real killer before the book closes on Paula’s future….


In November 2019 the Ladies will read The Giving Quilt: An Elm Creek Novel by Jennifer Chiaverini.  Join us at 3PM on Thursday, November 21, 2019.  Please note that due to the Thanksgiving Holiday falling on the fourth Thursday we will be meeting a week earlier.

Summary: At Elm Creek Manor, the week after Thanksgiving is “Quiltsgiving,” a time to commence a season of generosity. From near and far, quilters and aspiring quilters—a librarian, a teacher, a college student, and a quilt-shop clerk among them—gather for a special winter session of quilt camp, to make quilts for Project Linus. (In real life, Chiaverini has long been active in this charitable organization, dedicated to providing handmade quilts and blankets to children in need.)   Each quilter, ever mindful that many of her neighbors, friends, and family members are struggling through difficult times, uses her creative gifts to alleviate their collective burden. As the week unfolds, the quilters respond to Sylvia’s provocative question in ways as varied as the life experiences that drew them to Elm Creek Manor. Love and comfort are sewn into the warm, bright, beautiful quilts they stitch, and their stories collectively consider the strength of human connection and its rich rewards.  Featuring not only well-loved characters but also intriguing newcomers, The Giving Quilt will remind us all: Giving from the heart blesses the giver as much as the recipient, and while giving may not always be easy, it is always worthwhile.

Due to availability please note that schedules and selections are subject to change without notice.


Lowder’s Friends and Family Chess Club meets every Saturday 10AM to 1245PM (All children must be picked up by our 1PM closing time). If you have ever wanted to learn how to play chess or if you have been looking for a place to play join us each Saturday.  All ages and levels are welcome!  There is no need to pre-register, just show up on Saturday.  If Chess Club is canceled we will post a sign on the Meeting Room door.


Lowder Regional Library is happy to announce that we are beginning a new Book Club—The Great American Read Book Club! We will meet the second Wednesday of the month at 6PM.  Anyone wanting to participate may join us in the Main Area Wednesday, October 9, 2019 at 630pm.  There will be an area reserved for the meeting.  We will start off by discussing the book that the Great American Read Lists as #1—To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee.


We will also be offering a free ESL Class Tuesdays, 930am-11am.  This will be taught in the Meeting Room.  Adults only please, as child care will not be available at this time.


Especially for Senior Adults:


We are excited to announce that we are going to be offering Help Me! Computer Classes for Senior Adults again this year, the fourth Tuesday of the month from 330PM-430 PM.  Please remember that pre-registration is required no later than 24 hours in advance of the class.  Join us Tuesday, October 22, 2019 for Help Me!  Computer Classes for Senior Adults.


Are you about to go on Medicare? Are you already on Medicare?  Are you confused about Medicare?  You don’t have to be, join us for Medicare 101 presented by Heathcare Resource Center on Wednesday afternoon, October 2, 2019 from 1PM to 2PM in the Meeting Room.


Please note that schedules and selections are subject to change and cancellation without notice due to situations beyond our control; however, the Lowder Staff makes every effort possible to adhere to posted planned programming.



Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library

Story Times are each Thursday at 10:30 in the Auditorium


October 3: Glowing Moon

We will read A Big Mooncake for Little Star by Grace Lin. Little Star loves the delicious Mooncake that she bakes with her mama. But she’s not supposed to eat any yet! What happens when she can’t resist a nibble? We will also read Kitten’s First Full Moon by Kevin Henkes. It is Kitten’s first full moon, and when she sees it she thinks it is a bowl of milk in the sky. And she wants it. Does she get it? We will have a craft.


October 10

We will read The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything by Linda Williams, illustrated by Megan Lloyd.   When a little old lady leaves her cottage to collect herbs from the forest she encounters two big shoes, a pair of pants, two white gloves, a tall black hat and an orange pumpkin all moving on their own.  As the little old lady continued the walk her pace became faster and faster. Was this little old lady afraid of anything? We will also have a craft.


October 17: A Time for Fall

We will read Fall Leaves Fall by Zoe Hall, illustrated by Shari Halpern. When fall comes, two brothers enjoy catching the falling leaves, stomping on them, kicking them, jumping in piles of them, and using them to make pictures, in a story which includes a description of how leaves change throughout the year. We will also read There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves by Lucille Calandro, illustrated by Jared Lee. Our favorite old lady is back and swallowing autumn items! What can you make from leaves, clothes, a pumpkin, and rope? We will have a craft.


October 24: BOO! It’s Halloween!

We will read Ghosts in the House by Kazuno Kohara. At the edge of town lives a clever girl with a spooky problem: Her house is haunted! Luckily, she happens to be a witch and knows a little something about taking care of ghosts.  We will also read Pete the Cat: Five Little Pumpkins by James Dean. Bestselling author and artist James Dean brings us a groovy rendition of the classic favorite children’s song “Five Little Pumpkins,” sung by cool cat Pete and perfect for Halloween. We will have a craft.


October 31: Movie Day

All About Fall!

We will watch the movie Dora the Explorer: “School Pet”. Dora’s school pet Mimo the hamster is missing.  Help Dora and boots bring home Mimo safe and sound.  We will also watch Yo Gabba Gabba!: Halloween! Sing, dance, and celebrate Halloween as DJ Lance Rock and the gang dress up in costumes, trick-or-treat, and move and groove to Halloween tunes!


Young Adult Department

October 2019

Tuesday, October 8th @ 2:30 to 4:30 PM

Dungeons & Dragons Club Meeting

The Dungeons & Dragons Club will meet and continue our adventure!


Thursday, October 10th @ **2:30 to 4:30 PM**

Anime/Manga Club Meeting

The Anime & Manga Club will have a special screening of the movie A Silent Voice from

Kyoto Animation; a powerful and emotional look into the effects of bullying in honor of

National Bullying Prevention Month.


Tuesday, October 22nd @ 2:30 to 4:30 PM

Dungeons & Dragons Club Meeting

The Dungeons & Dragons Club will meet and move forward with our quest!


Thursday, October 24th @ 2:30 to 4 PM

Anime/Manga Club Meeting

The Anime & Manga Club will meet one again for… AAAHHH!! We will have Halloween

activities and show various horror and thriller anime (that’s age appropriate!).


Thursday, October 31st


Greetings to all…Join the YA Department as we celebrate this most fiendish of holidays with activities, games, and a special screening of Hocus Pocus! MWAHAHAHAHA!!!


Computer Lab Classes


Tuesday Adult Classes

Tuesday adult classes are held on the first, second, and third Tuesdays of the month at 10:00 a.m.
October 1 2019 – MS Word 2016 (Part 1)
Learn to create, format, and edit documents.

October 8, 2019 – MS Word 2016 (Part 2)
Learn various editing features that allow you to effectively revise documents. Explore ways to quickly copy and move text.

October 15, 2019 – MS Word 2016 (Part 3)
Make your document stand out! Learn how to change the style and effect of text. Discover additional formatting techniques that can be applied to document paragraphs.


October 22, 2019 – MS Word 2016 (Part 4)
Now that you understand the basics of Microsoft Word, go a step further to learn the art of using graphics/clip art, tables, and columns to turn your document into an eye-catching professional masterpiece.


Saturday Children’s Classes
The first Saturday of every month is for 1st-4th Grade 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM  and 5th-8th Grade 11:00 AM- 12:30 PM

October 5, 2019 – MS Word 2016
Participants will learn about the parts of the Word window and learn how to cut, copy, and paste text.


Saturday Adult Classes
Saturday adult classes are held on the third Saturday of every month at 10:00 a.m.

October 19, 2019 – MS Word 2016 (Parts I & II)
Participants will learn about the parts of the Word window and practice formatting and editing text. Participants will also learn how to Cut, Copy, and Paste text, as well as how to save a Word document. There will also be a section on setting tabs, margins, and columns.



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