Additional Winter 2007 Programs
Looking at 20th Century Alabama Art
Coming attraction! Fall “brown bag” series, Out of Our
We have some great presenters and topics—just for you!
Winter 2007- Brown Bag Lecture Series
B. B. Comer Memorial Library
“The Way We Were”
Stories From Our Past
Wednesday, January 10, 2007
“Newfangled in the New Year”
(Actress and storyteller, Dolores Hydock will tell stories about some of the “old ways” which are better than the “newfangled” technology!)
Wednesday, January 17, 2007
“Indebted Forever to Eugene Allen Smith: The Man Who Helped Save our Heritage with a Wagon and Mules”
(Alabama’s state geologist trekked across the state with mules and wagons to provide the state’s first geological survey which resulted in maps so accurate that they are regarded as law a century later.)
Wednesday, January 24, 2007
Ruth Beaumont Cook
“A Civil War Trail of Tears”
(Author & freelance writer, Ruth Cook tells the little known story of the deportation of women and children from a small Georgia town because they were making cloth for Confederate soldiers. Cook has chronicled this story in her book, North Across the River.)
Wednesday, January 31, 2007
“See You in the Funny Papers”
(Lee Shackleford, playwright in residence at UAB, will tell the story of that beloved American institution—the comic strips. He will use slides and lecture to tell how the “funnies” have stirred debate, inspired art forms and influenced the language and customs of the American people for decades.)
Wednesday, February 7, 2007
“Southeastern Indians: Culture and Change Over Time”
(Jackie Matte, independent scholar and author, will use slides and lecture to tell about the rich culture of the Southeastern Indians and the way it has changed over time.)
The refreshment room will open at 11:00 a.m. with all programs beginning at 12:00 Noon.
For more information, call 249-0961 or go online to www.sylacauga.net/library.
Please say thank you to our sponsors, Alabama Trust Bank and Harry I. Brown, for helping make these wonderful programs possible!