The Murder at Main Mystery Book Club heads to The Nook, 3305 Bob Wallace Ave., for a discussion of novels by Charles Todd at its next meeting on Thursday, August 21, at 5:30 p.m.

Twickenham Fest artists, including acclaimed soprano Susanna Phillips, will perform at the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library on Sunday, August 24, in two programs. Admission is free.

Joshilyn Jackson, bestselling author of “Gods in Alabama,” “Backseat Saints” and more, is the guest speaker for Vive le Livre 2014, the Huntsville Library Foundation’s annual fundraiser to support the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library.

The Huntsville-Madison County Public Library will host an Educators' Open House on Monday, August 25, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Downtown Huntsville Library, 915 Monroe St.

This summer marks the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I. The library will look at "the war to end war," as H.G. Wells dubbed it, through historical documents, films, and television productions.

From wearable art to romantic expressions, you'll find lots to love in our crafting classes for adults.

Twickenham Jazz & Swing performs at the next Tuesday Evening Concerts @ the Library program on September 2 at 6 p.m. in the Atrium of the Downtown Huntsville Branch.

Play board games at the Main Library each Wednesday evening from 6 to 9 p.m. Admission is free.

Care to help us keep our books in order – plus our CDs, DVDs, etc? We’re launching a new volunteer program, Adopt-a-Shelf, aimed at keeping our materials in top display shape for our patrons.

The Bailey Cove Library offers "New Answers to Age Old Questions," a free series presented by Jana Seikel, on Saturdays, Aug. 9, 16, and 23, at 10 a.m. at the library, 1409 Weatherly Plaza.

Got your driver’s license? No, then check out this free online resource to study for your driving permit or review Alabama’s traffic laws and regulations.

Local artist Cynthia Massey Parsons loves the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library so much that she's expressed her feelings through her art.

You want to check out that new e-book at the library, but you don’t have an e-reader. No problem. Now you can check out the e-reader, too.