The Alba Public Library and Museum welcomes everyone - occasional visitor and devoted member alike. The library is very pleased to provide a broad range of services to the individuals who make up our community. Whether your interest is internet access, story time for toddlers, self-help, home schooling, business research or just an interesting read, the Alba Public Library and Museum is here to serve you.
Thursday, May 28, 7 p.m.: The Alba Friends of the Library presents local writer Linda Brendle, author of THE LONG AND WINDING ROAD: A CAREGIVER'S TAKE OF LIFE, LOVE, AND CHAOS. She will discuss her book and her experiences and will be available for questions and book signings. The public is invited.
Children's Storytime - Every Tuesday 10:00 a.m.
Enjoy books brought to life by talented readers who use hand-puppets, stuffed animals, music, and active participation to entertain and delight kids of all ages.
Thursday Game Day - Cards, Dominoes, Word Games, etc.
Games and game pieces are provided by the library. Coffee and cookies, too! Come in and join the fun!
The Alba Library and Museum is operated entirely by volunteers. If you would like to volunteer a little bit of time or a lot it would be greatly appreciated. Come by the library or call 903-705-2665 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alba Friends of the Library
If you would like to help support the Alba Library, membership in the Alba Friends of the Library is free. Your support would be greatly appreciated. The library has membership forms or you can call or email the library.