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The Fairhope Public Library
has some fabulous Adult Summer Programs coming up.
As part of this year’s Literary Elements
theme, the library is hosting “It’s all Relative,” a multi-generational
genealogy series. “Who’s your Daddy’s Daddy” is a
hands-on learning session about Family Search, one of the largest genealogy
research databases. “Infinite Ancestors”
is a program that provides an opportunity to pair up with a family member to
search your family tree using Ancestry.com.
The library staff will host
“Stick It,” a craft project where patrons can upcycle a container they bring.
Our Adult Summer Reading Club will feature two science-related books and a book
on the craft of writing. These
programs are designed for adults, teens, and children over 8 who are accompanied
by an adult.
In addition, Urban Forester
Beau Brodbeck will offer his series “Tree Talks,” and Finance Specialist
Rick Zapata will lead a workshop for small business owners.
For more details, visit
stop by the reference desk, or call 929-1464.