News & Events
Babygarten is much more than a play group. It is a nationally recognized early childhood program developed by librarians to encourage the love of reading and song at a very early age. Each class includes Nursery Rhymes, Songs, Book sharing, Parenting Information, Handmade Toys and Mementos, and a Free Play Period. Babygarten is a 6-week class for babies from 0-18 months and their caregivers on Monday mornings from 10:30-11:15 am. Pre-registration is required. Registration is restricted to only those who have not taken a Babygarten class here previously. Due to the individual attention required for the optimum learning experience, registration is limited to 12 infants along with a caregiver. Click here to register. Click here for printable flyer.
Beginners Basic Computing Series Registration begins 7/29
Classes will be held 8/12, 8/19 & 8/26 from 10:00-12:00.
Course is designed for beginners with little or no computer experience; keyboarding experience helpful. Topics include basic parts of a computer, mouse skills, Windows 7, basic Internet, & basic eMail. Please register by clicking here. If you need assistance with registration, please call the Library's Information desk at 457-2601.
Find them here at the library for your weekend read.
Meet local debut author Victoria and get your copy of "All Things Work Together" signed:
AUGUST 15th, 3:00 - 4:00 PM
COLLIERVILLE BURCH LIBRARY, HALLE ROOM
In her new novel Victoria shows readers that “All Things Work Together” despite heartbreak and loss. In its pages, they will see how redemption can be found even in the worst circumstances when pivotal life choices turn out to be mistakes, so long as one’s faith stays strong.
When: Tuesday, July 28th 4:00 - 5:00 pm
Where: Halle Room
There is a new exotic pest in the Shelby County area and it is attacking crape myrtles. This pest was first discovered in Germantown in the spring of 2013. As of 2014, it has now been found in Collierville. Come and hear the latest information about the scales and recommended controls.
Christopher Cooper is a UT Extension Horticulture Agent and Coordinator for the Master Gardener Program in Shelby County.
He can be found throughout Shelby County conducting educational programs addressing issues that affect urban and home horticulture.