Huntsville Public Library strives to provide educational, culturally-enriching, and entertaining materials and activities for all ages. Please view the list of our current programs as well as other related information.
Do people ever describe you as “dramatic?” Are you a teenager looking for a summer activity? Join the Huntsville Teen Theater group for their summer production of “The Importance of Being Earnest” by Oscar Wilde. Auditions for teens ages 12 - 18 years old will be held at 4:30 p.m. Monday, June 3. This program is directed by Huntsville teacher Ian McPhail. Rehearsals will be held on Mondays and Thursdays at 4:30 p.m. in June and July. Community performance information will be announced. For more information, please contact Children’s Coordinator Rachel McPhail at 936-291-5910. Don’t forget to fill out the necessary registration. Click here for registration.
The Huntsville Public Library will present “Homework and Research Activities” focusing on basic and intermediate online research at 10:30 a.m. on August 15 in the Nash Board Room. The seminar will address website selection and database search techniques. The twenty-first century is often referred to as the information age. The public needs and demands quality information, but often lacks the skills to access reliable and authoritative sources. Online research can be overwhelming and frustrating. The seminar will focus on the tools needed for homeschool families, high school students, students entering college, and people needing reliable information from credible sources. Contact Mary Kokot at 936-291- 5471 for more information.
The Huntsville Public Library welcomes you to “A Universe of Stories!” at this year’s Summer Reading Program held from Saturday, June 1 through Friday, July 12. Come to the Kick-off Party from 1 to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 1. The last official day to turn in your reading log is Friday, July 19. For every three books read or for every library program attended, participants will receive a raffle ticket. Participants can use that raffle ticket to enter for a chance to win a raffle prize. Those who read at least three books will win a guaranteed prize while supplies last. To participate in this all-ages program, Click here for sign up or sign up in the library. For more information, please contact Children’s Coordinator Rachel McPhail at 936-291-5910.
Teens, did you miss a movie in theater? Are you hungry for pizza? Come to the Teen Film Club at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 11 in the Staggs Community Room to enjoy a PG-13 remake of a movie about teens with superpowers who save the world. Pizza will be provided, but teens are encouraged to bring their own drink in a spill-proof container. Participants must be between the ages of 13 and 18. For more information, please contact Children’s Coordinator Rachel McPhail at 936-291-5910.