Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about.
View All Calendars is the default. Choose Select a Calendar to view a specific calendar. Subscribe to calendar notifications by clicking on the Notify Me® button, and you will automatically be alerted about the latest events in our community.
April 1, 2017, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Library - Board Room
In observance of April being proclaimed Financial Literacy Month by Mayor Andy Brauninger, Huntsville Public Library will host the SHSU Student Money Management Center’s month-long series of financial workshops. Some of the sessions planned so far are “Match-Making: How to Make your Dreams Come True” in which participants will learn how to match their money with their goals; “College Costs: More than Tuition”; Investing in Undergraduate Education: Costs and Resources”; and, “Spending Plans: Meeting goals the Simple Way” which will be offered in English and Spanish. SHSU employees may utilize these external workshops as Continuing Education hours with their supervisor’s approval. No registration required.
April 1, 2017, 1:15 PM - 3:15 PM @ Library
The Huntsville Public Library is pleased to announce an opportunity for genealogy enthusiasts to meet with an experienced and qualified genealogical researcher.
Two-hour sessions will be offered the first and second Saturdays for a six-month period beginning in November. Sessions are scheduled to begin at noon and will end at 2 p.m. Attendance will be limited to no more than three researchers. The small group will allow each participant to receive individual attention.
Marian Hunter has volunteered to assist local researchers with the skills and knowledge she has acquired over many years of family research. Hunter has served for past eight years as a World Wide Support Missionary with FamilySearch. Her tenure with FamilySearch includes a two-year stint with the World Wide Support Division in Salt Lake City, Utah. While there, she gained valued experience and training in family history methodology. Ms. Hunter emphasizes documentation.
“I think the value of an accurate, well