Sixth Annual Marble Festival Underway April 8th- 19th


Sculptor, Bill Cook, explains his technique to Auburn University scholars Dr. Paula Bobrowski and Zdenko Krtic.

Webcast on Sylacauga Marble with host Doug Phillips of Discovering Alabama




Auburn University Visits Marble Festival


Students from Auburn University School of Liberal Arts are welcomed to the Marble Festival by Sylacauga Mayor Doug Murphree and Marble Festival Chairman, Ted Spears.

This is a small portion of the many pieces of sculpted marble on sale at the library. Shown is the display of Bill Cook, Jr. and Craigger Browne's collection.

"Support Your Local Libraries!"
"A library in the middle of a community is a cross between an emergency exit, a life raft and a festival. They are cathedrals of the mind; hospitals of the soul; theme parks of the imagination."
Caitlin Moran: Libraries: Cathedrals of our souls.

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