Library News

WE NOW HAVE WI-FI

posted Jul 7, 2011, 3:12 PM by Amanda Wunderlich

We are very excited to announce that the Mountain Brook Community Library has gone wireless.  Come into the library anytime Monday, Wednesday, or Thursdays from 5pm - 8pm with your own laptop, ipad, or ipod and use the internet for free!  We also now have some comfy furniture for a nice place to sit while you browse.  Come check it out!

Children's Summer Reading Program Begins - June 22nd

posted Jun 22, 2011, 12:21 PM by Amanda Wunderlich

Volunteer and co-program director Debie Raiman invites school-age children and parents to join her at the library throughout the summer for reading and crafts. They will meet on Wednesdays from 4pm - 6pm.  As they did last year, participants will make something to be auctioned off at the summer Pie and Ice Cream Social. Debie is also assembling an email list of returning friends who would like to be kept up to date regarding the program and what is coming up. If you would like to be added to this list, just email us at mtbrooklibrary@montanasky.us and let us know. Put ADD TO SUMMER READING EMAIL LIST in the subject.

2010 Winter Stack-a-Books Winner

posted Jun 17, 2011, 8:47 AM by Amanda Wunderlich

The Mountain Brook Community Library would like to congratulate our newest Stack-a-Books winner, Linea Benson.  Her ticket was drawn at our Spring Pie and Ice Cream Social.  Linea was presented with an award certificate and the $50 grand prize for her wonderful reading efforts.  

Volunteers

posted Jun 12, 2010, 1:38 PM by Mountain Brook Homestead Foundation

Everything that takes place at the Mountain Brook Community Library is made possible by volunteers.  If you would like to contribute some time and expertise to the facility, please CLICK HERE to go to the Volunteer page.  Thank you!

Stack-a-Books winner

posted May 7, 2010, 11:19 AM by Mountain Brook Homestead Foundation

We would like to congratulate our newest Stack-a-Books winner, Isaak Hoch!

Stack-a-Books is back!

posted Feb 10, 2010, 12:55 PM by Mountain Brook Homestead Foundation

Get signed up and start reading for a chance to win $50 in cash!  The beloved reading contest is back.  Starting February 1st, children in grades Pre-9th can turn the time they spend reading into a chance to win $50.00.  Go to the Stack-a-Books page for more information and how to sign up!

Thank You!

posted Jan 15, 2010, 3:26 PM by Mountain Brook Homestead Foundation

We would like to say a big thank you to Jim Till for his help with the plumbing in the library building.  Thanks to him, everything is working better than ever.  We really appreciate his help!

Christmas is coming to town!

posted Nov 20, 2009, 12:48 PM by Mountain Brook Homestead Foundation

Christmas is just around the corner and we have two very exciting events coming up that will make the holidays that much more fun for your school aged children!  Join us for our Trim the Tree event and also for our much-loved Christmas Craft Day.  Lots of craft making for themselves and others, your kids are sure to have a good time.  Check our Calendar for more information on both of these fun dates coming up very soon!

Gardener's Get Together (meeting 6)

posted Sep 30, 2009, 11:52 AM by Mountain Brook Homestead Foundation

Let’s get together and talk gardens! If you love to dig in the dirt, then come join us! For our sixth meeting we will be meeting at the library at 6:30pm and then going to view a few gardens for a second and last time. Then, if time permits, we will go to see Paul's compost bins. If you have missed the last meetings, do not let that stop you. We welcome any and everyone to come.

Gardener's Get Together! (meeting 5)

posted Aug 24, 2009, 11:40 AM by Mountain Brook Homestead Foundation

Let’s get together and talk gardens! If you love to dig in the dirt, then come join us! For our fifth meeting we will be gathering at the library at 6:30pm and walking across the road to tour Alicia Alwyn's garden, Susan Horner-Till's garden, and then driving out to see Bonnie Talley's garden. If you have missed the last meetings, do not let that stop you. We welcome any and everyone to come.

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