Saturday, February 22, 2014
Please join us on Monday, March 24th at 5:30 p.m. An ordinary day at Fernfield Farms turns extraordinary when Budderball, Mudbud, B-Dawg, Buddha and Rosebud discover mysterious rings that grant them each a unique super power. Before you can say, "Buddies, assemble," the pups unleash their amazing abilities and race to the rescue when a shape-shifting bully from outer space threatens the planet. Free admission.
On Thursday, March 13 from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m., Andreas Rauterkus, Ph.D., Professor of Finance UAB will discuss the role of saving and investing products. He will also analyze savings products and how to match the appropriate savings and investments to reach specific financial goals. Free admission.
Dolores Hydock, a member of the Alabama Humanities Foundation's Road Scholars Speakers Bureau, will present "Through the Back Door: The Music That Bridged the Bayou" on Thursday, March 6, at 10 a.m. This program describes the history of Cajun music over the past 150 years. It also paints a portrait of Cajun and Creole music and musicians, and the role that music played in allowing non-Cajuns to slip "through the back door" into the world of the spirited people of southwest Louisiana. Hydock's presentation includes stories by Cajun and Creole musicians, and a discussion of zydeco music and how it developed in southwest Louisiana. Samples of the music are played throughout the presentation. Sponsored by the Friends of the Library.