Several of our programs especially appeal to adult library patrons and offer opportunities to socialize and share insights about books, learn or sharpen tech skills, or even become family historians. We also provide a free home delivery books service for our elderly and/or homebound residents.
Want to learn how to use a computer, or maybe just use one more effectively? Join us at the library for some hands-on training. We’ll start at the beginning and cover everything from how to turn on your machine to how to access the Internet. Check our events calendar for classes. For more information or to register to attend a class, call us at 256-232-1233.
We also have collections of great how-to videos for at-home learning through Niche Academy. Click the links below to see the tutorials by category.
Books make excellent company for people who can’t get out and socialize, and that’s why we offer At Your Doorstep, a free book delivery service for homebound Limestone County residents. Books and other materials are delivered by library staff, The Limestone Council on Aging within the city, and the U.S. Postal Service in the county. Homebound patrons never have overdue fines, shipping costs, or other fees.
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.