Programs by County Through September

2019 AHF Programs by County through Sept to Legislators

 


 

COUNTY PROGRAM
Baldwin AHF PROGRAMS:
January 22 – GULF SHORES

ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Ron FritzeAugust 22 – FOLEY

 

ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Alan Brown.

AHF GRANTS:
January 7-January 21 – FAIRHOPE
Shakespeare in Schools  As You Like It performances. Grant to Alabama Shakespeare Festival –  Fairhope High School.  For more information, contact Lindsey Jinright at ljinright@asf.net or 334-271-5343.August 1 – September 20 – ORANGE BEACH
Wade Hall Traveling Postcard Buildings Exhibit at Orange Beach Public Library. Grant to Troy University Libraries.
Barbour AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
March 11 – 22
Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit. – Clayton City Hall.
AHF GRANT:
September 1 – September 30 – EUFAULA
Wade Hall Traveling Postcard Tourism Exhibit at Eufaula Carnegie Library. Grant to Troy University Libraries
Bibb AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
April 6 – 25 – CentrevilleMaking Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit.  – Bibb County Board of Education
Butler AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
February 1 – 28 — GREENVILLEMaking Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit.  – Greenville-Butler County Public Library.
Calhoun AHF PROGRAM:
February 12 – ANNISTON
ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Dolores Hydock.
AHF GRANTS:
Through August 9 – PIEDMONT
Wade Hall Traveling Postcard Streets Exhibit at the Piedmont Historical Society. Grant to Troy University Libraries.

 

August 10 – August 30 – JACKSONVILLE

 

Wade Hall Traveling Postcard Streets Exhibit at the Jacksonville Public Library. Grant to Troy University Libraries.

 

August 21 – August 27 – ANNISTON

 

Shakespeare Project performances at the Anniston Performing Arts Center. Grant to the Calhoun County Chamber of Commerce Foundation.

Chambers AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
February 13 – 26 – VALLEYMaking Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit.-   Chambers County Library and Cobb Memorial Archives.
Colbert AHF PROGRAMS

May 6 – TUSCUMBIA

ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Dolores Hydock.

May 16 – MUSCLE SHOALS

ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Dolores Hydock.

 

AHF GRANTS
Through March 31 – MUSCLE SHOALSWade Hall Traveling Postcard Streets Exhibit at Muscle Shoals Public Library. Grant to Troy University Libraries.

 

Through March 29 – TUSCUMBIA

 

Wade Hall Traveling Postcard Buildings Exhibit at Helen Keller Public Library. Grant to Troy University Libraries

 

September 14 – TUSCUMBIA

 

Spruce Pine Pottery children’s program at the Tennessee Valley Museum of Art. Grant to the Tennessee Valley Art Association.

September 21 – TUSCUMBIA

Spruce Pine Pottery symposium at the Tennessee Valley Museum of Art. Grant to the Tennessee Valley Art Association.

Conecuh AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
March 8 – 21 — EVERGREEN
Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit. – Evergreen-Conecuh County Public Library.
Coosa AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
March 6 – 21 – ROCKFORDMaking Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit.  – Coosa County E-911 Office
Covington AHF PROGRAM:
September – RED LEVELJenice Riley Scholarship Winner: Victoria Adams – Red Level Elementary School
Crenshaw AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
September 3 – 20 – LUVERNEMaking Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit.   – Crenshaw County Development Authority
Cullman AHF GRANT:
May 1-May 30 – CULLMAN
Wade Hall Traveling Postcard Streets Exhibit at the Cullman County Museum. Grant to Troy University Libraries.
Dale AHF PROGRAM:
March – April – FORT RUCKER
LITERATURE AND THE VETERAN’S EXPERIENCE – Fort Rucker’s Center Library
Dallas AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
January 14 – 24 – SELMAMaking Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit.  Old Depot Museum
De Kalb AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
June 4 – 28 – FORT PAYNEMaking Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit. –  Coal and Iron Building
AHF GRANT:

March 14 – RAINSVILLE

“From Fiction to Film” panel discussion with Robert Inman, Terry Kay, and Daniel Wallace at Northeast Alabama Community College. Grant to Northeast Alabama Community College English Department.

January 7-January 21 – MENTONE

Shakespeare in Schools  As You Like It performances. Grant to Alabama Shakespeare Festival – Moon Lake School. For more information, contact Lindsey Jinright at ljinright@asf.net or 334-271-5343.

Elmore AHF PROGRAMS:
February 12 – MILLBROOK
PRIME TIME FAMILY REDING TIME, “Favorites” at Coosada Elementary.

 

February – March – WETUMPKA

 

PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME, “Animal Tails” at Wetumpka Elementary School

 

September 3, 10, 17 and 24 – MILLBROOK

 

PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME, “Animal Tales” at Coosada Elementary

 

September 3, 10, 17 and 24 – WETUMPKA

 

PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME, “Favorites” at Wetumpka Elementary School

Escambia AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
May 2 – 23 — ATMORE
Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit.  – The Club
Fayette AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
February 15 – 22 – GENEVAMaking Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit.   – Hubbertville School
Franklin AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
September 9 – 27 – RED BAYMaking Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit.-  Red Bay Museum.
AHF GRANT:

January 2 – February 8 – RUSSELLVILLE

Wade Hall Traveling Postcard Streets Exhibit at Russellville Public Library. Grant to Troy University Libraries.

Geneva AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
January 14 – 25 – GENEVA
Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit.  – The Vintage Room
Greene AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
August 17 – 31 – EUTAWMaking Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit.  – Historic Greene County Courthouse
Houston AHF PROGRAM:
July 29, 2019 – DOTHAN
ALABAMA HISTORY DAY Teacher Workshop
Jackson AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
January 7-18 – STEVENSONMaking Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit – Stevenson Public Library
Jefferson AHF PROGRAMS:

January 28 – BIRMINGHAM

ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Dolores Hydock.

February 7 – March – BIRMIGHAM

PRIME TIME Family Reading Time – Woodlawn Family Resource Center

February 20 – BIRMINGHAM

ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Joyce Cauthen.

February 26 – BIRMINGHAM

ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Dolores Hydock.

March 7 – April – BIRMINGHAM
PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME – Birmingham Public Library Inglenook Branch

April 9 – May – March – BIRMIGHAM

PRIME TIME Family Reading Time – Birmingham Public Library 5 Points West Branch.

April – May – BIRMINGHAM
PRIME TIME Family Reading Time – Jefferson County Committee for Economic Opportunity (JCCEO).  Fully immersed Hispanic language PRIME TIME program.

April 26 – HOMEWOOD

ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Bettina Byrd-Giles.

April 29 – LEEDS

ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Robin O’Sullivan.

August 12 – LEEDS

ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Sarah Bliss Wright.

May 8 – BIRMINGHAM

ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Joyce Cauthen.

May 16 – HOMEWOOD

ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Frances Robb.

May 13 – LEEDS

ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Joyce Cauthen.

July 30, 2019 – BIRMINGHAM
ALABAMA HISTORY DAY Teacher Workshop

September  – HOOVER
JENICE RILEY Scholarship Winner: Kim Hinds – Deer Valley Elementary School

September 3 – October  – BIRMINGHAM
PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME – Birmingham Public Library Five Points West Regional Branch

September 5 – October – BIRMINGHAM

PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME – Birmingham Public Library Inglenook Branch

September 24 – October -BIRMINGHAM

PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME – Avondale Elementary School

 

 

 

 

AHF GRANTS:

January – April 2019 –  BIRMINGHAM

Ujima Family Readers Circle. Grant to National Hook Up of Black Women – Birmingham Chapter.

January 2 – January 30 – BIRMINGHAM
January Book+Film Club series for film Mulholland Drive at Desert Island Supply Company. Grant to Alabama Moving Image Association.

Closing January 6, 2019 – BIRMINGHAM

Third Space: Shifting Conversations about Contemporary Art. Grant to Birmingham Museum of Art.

January 28 – BIRMINGHAM
Red Mountain Reading Series “Evening of Performance” featuring Jefferson State’s Wingspan literary magazine and the Jefferson State Speech Team. Grant to Jefferson State Community College.

February 15-May 9 – BIRMINGHAM

Alabama Justice: The Cases and Faces that Changed A Nation traveling exhibit at Vulcan Park and Museum. Grants to Auburn University Department of Political Science and Vulcan Park and Museum.

March 6-March 27 – BIRMINGHAM

March Book+Film Club series for film Rear Window at Desert Island Supply Company. Grant to Alabama Moving Image Association.

March 13 – BIRMINGHAM

David Perry lecture and workshop at Jefferson State Community College, Jefferson Campus. Grant to Jefferson State Community College.

March 14 – BIRMINGHAM

LGBTQ Community Mapping Project at Beloved Community Church. Grant to the Invisible Histories Project.

April  – BIRMINGAHM
Book+Film Club series at Desert Island Supply Company. Grant to Alabama Moving Image Association.

April 4 – BIRMINGHAM
Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Concert at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute. Grant to the Alabama Symphony Orchestra.

April 4-April 28 – BIRMINGHAM
Magic City Poetry Festival at various locations throughout the Birmingham Metro Area. Grant to the Alabama Writers’ Conclave.

April 16 – BIRMINGHAM
Red Mountain Reading Series keynote address by Sonia Sanchez. Grant to Jefferson State Community College.

May 1- 29 – BIRMINGHAM
May Book+Film Club series at Desert Island Supply Company. Grant to Alabama Moving Image Association.

May 1- 31 – HOMEWOOD
Wade Hall Traveling Postcard Buildings Exhibit at the Homewood Public Library. Grant to Troy University Libraries.

August 7 – 28 – BIRMINGHAM
Book+Film Club series at Desert Island Supply Company. Grant to Alabama Moving Image Association.

September 4 – 25– BIRMINGHAM
Book+Film Club series at Desert Island Supply Company. Grant to Alabama Moving Image Association.

AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:

May 2 – 30 – HOOVER

Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit. – Hoover Public Library

Lamar AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:

September 10 – 20 – VERNON

Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit. – Cobb Memorial Library

Lauderdale AHF PROGRAMS:
February 5 – FLORENCE
ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Dolores Hydock.

 

February 11 – March – FLORENCE

 

PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME – Florence-Lauderdale Public Library

 

August 25 – FLORENCE

 

ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Dolores Hydock.

 

September – October – FLORENCE

PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME – Florence-Lauderdale Public Library

AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
March 6 – 20 – ROGERSVILLE

Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit. – Rogersville Town Hall.

 

 

AHF GRANTS:
March 1- 31 – FLORENCE
The Tennessee River and Northwest Alabama traveling exhibit at the Florence-Lauderdale Public Library. Grant to the Muscle Shoals National Heritage Area.

 

March 5 – FLORENCE

 

The IF Project film screening at the University of North Alabama. Grant to the University of North Alabama College of Arts and Sciences.

 

April 17 – FLORENCE

 

5th Annual Sustainability Conference at the University of North Alabama. Grant to the International Fertilizer Development Center.

 

Through September 15 – FLORENCE

I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage exhibit at the Florence-Lauderdale Public Library. Grant to the Florence-Lauderdale Public Library.

September 8 – FLORENCE

African American Music in Military Life presentation at the Florence-Lauderdale Public Library. Grant to the Florence-Lauderdale Public Library.

September 10 – FLORENCE

Dream with Me lecture recital at the Florence-Lauderdale Public Library. Grant to the library.

Lawrence AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
July 1 – 30 – MOULTON
Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling ExhibitHistoric Moulton Middle School Auditorium
Lee AHF PROGRAMS:
February 6 – AUBURN
SUPER Workshop – Deliberation in the Classroom: Creek Indian Civil War of 1813-14.

 

September 12 – October – AUBURN

 

PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME – Boykin Community Center.

AHF GRANTS:

January 4 – February 8 – AUBURN
Alabama Justice: The Cases and Faces that Changed a Nation traveling exhibit at Auburn University Ralph Brown Draughon Library. Grant to Auburn University Department of Political Science.

March 3 – AUBURN

Community Films and Conversations, Jesus Camp, at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art hosted by the International Women for Peace and Understanding. Grant to the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art.

March 31 – AUBURN

Community Films and Conversations, Jerusalem, at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art hosted by the Beth Shalom Synagogue. Grant to the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art.

April 7-April 12 – AUBURN
Community Films and Conversations at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art. Grant to the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art.

Ongoing through 2019 – AUBURN

Remembering the Great War Speaker Series. Grant to Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts & Humanities.  Auburn University.  For more information contact Maiben Beard at 334.844.4903.

Ongoing through 2019 – AUBURN

History and Humanities Series: Alabama Correctional System. Grant to Alabama Prison Arts + Education Project, Auburn University.  For more information, contact Kyes Stevens at 334.844.8946.

Limestone AHF PROGRAMS::
September 3 – October  – ATHENS PRIME TIME FAMILY READING TIME – The Athens Limestone Public Library
Lowndes
Macon AHF Special PROJECT:
May 1 – July 30 — TUSKEGEE
Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit. – George Washington Carver Museum
Madison AHF PROGRAMS:
July 25 – HUNTSVILLEALASBAMA HISTORY DAY Teacher Workshop

 

AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
June 1 – July 31 – HUNTSVILLE

 

Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit.  Huntsville Botanical Garden.

AHF GRANTS:
January 1 – February 8 – HUNTSVILLE
Wade Hall Traveling Postcard Buildings Exhibit at Huntsville-Madison County Public Library. Grant to Troy University Libraries.

 

January 7-January 21 – HUNTSVILLE

 

Shakespeare in Schools  As You Like It performances. Grant to Alabama Shakespeare Festival – Whitesburg Christian Academy. For more information, contact Lindsey Jinright at ljinright@asf.net or 334-271-5343.

 

March 13 – HARVEST

 

“King Lear” performance by the Actors from the London Stage theatre group at Limestone Correctional Facility. Grant to the University of North Alabama College of Arts and Sciences.

 

April 24 – HARVEST
Inside-Out Closing Ceremony at Limestone Correctional Facility. Grant to the University of North Alabama College of Arts and Sciences

 

Through October 13 – HUNTSVILLE

Woodstock Vision: 50th Anniversary of Peace and Harmony exhibition at the Huntsville Museum of Art. Grant to the Huntsville Museum of Art.

Marshall AHF GRANTS:
January 7-January 21 – GUNTERSVILLE

Shakespeare in Schools  As You Like It performances. Grant to Alabama Shakespeare Festival – Guntersville High School. For more information, contact Lindsey Jinright at ljinright@asf.net or 334-271-5343

 

April 1-April 30 – GUNTERSVILLE

 


Wade Hall Traveling Postcard Buildings Exhibit in Guntersville. Grant to Troy University Libraries.

Mobile AHF PROGRAMS:


July – September  -MOBILE

HUMANITIES AND HEALTHCARE “AALS Triggers and Dialogues”

 

August 1 – MOBILE

ALABAMA HISTORY DAY Teacher Workshop

AHF GRANTS:
January 12-January 13 – MOBILE
Mobile Symphony “Brahms’ Violin Concerto” concert and lecture at the Saenger Theatre. Grant to the Mobile Symphony.

 

March 30-March 31 – MOBILE

 

Mobile Symphony “Carmina Burana” concert and lecture at the Saenger Theatre. Grant to the Mobile Symphony.

 

May 4-May 5 – MOBILE


Mobile Symphony “Forte” concert and lecture at the Saenger Theatre. Grant to the Mobile Symphony.

 

Through September 19 – MOBILE

Alabama Justice: The Cases and Faces that Changed a Nation traveling exhibit.  Government Plaza.

Monroe March 1 – MONROEVILLE

ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Nancy Grisham Anderson.

April 9 – MONROEVILLE

BICENTENNIAL SCHOLAR presentation by Mike Bunn.

AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:

April 6 – 23 – Monroeville

Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit. – Monroe County Public Library.

Montgomery AHF PROGRAMS:
January 28 – MONTGOMERYSUPER Workshop: Understanding and Teaching Russian-American Relations from Civil War to Cold War and Beyond

 

March 29 – MONTGOMERY

 

ALABAMA HISTORY DAY – Statewide competition. 9:00am – 3:00pm. Auburn University Montgomery.

 

April 12 – MONTGOMERY

 

SUPER Workshop: Alabama Story/The Rabbits Wedding

 

April 12 – MONTGOMERY

 


SUPER Workshop: Three Wives of Booker T

 

April 12 – MONTGOMERY
SUPER Workshop: The Clotilda and Africatown

 

June 18 – MONTGOMERY

SUPER Workshop: Reflecting on our Justice System

 

July 23 – MONTGOMERY


ALABAMA HISTORY DAY Teacher Workshop

 

AHF SPECIAL PROJECTS:
Ongoing through 2019 – MONTGOMERY

Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit. Alabama Public Television (APTV)

April 11 – 13 – MONTGOMERY

ANABRANCH: Alabama’s Celebration of Literature and the Humanities:

April 11 – Kick-off event – Princeton University scholar Imani Perry in conversation with actor André Holland.  Capri Theatre

April 12 – ANABRANCH workshops.  9:00am – 4:30pm.  Whitley Hall, Troy Univ. Montgomery Campus

AHF GRANTS:

January 7-January 21 – MONTGOMERY
Shakespeare in Schools  As You Like It performances. Grant to Alabama Shakespeare Festival – Maxwell Air Force Base Middle School. For more information, contact Lindsey Jinright at ljinright@asf.net or 334-271-5343.

January 17MONTGOMERY
Food for Thought  series lecture w/Tina Jones at the Alabama Department of Archives and History. Grant to the Friends of the Alabama Archives.

March 21 – MONTGOMERY

“Food for Thought” lecture series w/Ben Severance at the Alabama Department of Archives and History. Grant to the Friends of the Alabama Archives.

April 13 – MONTGOMERY
Alabama Book Festival at Old Alabama Town. 9:00am – 4:00pm.  Grant to Troy University Department of English

April 18 – MONTGOMERY
“Food for Thought” lecture series w/Derryn Moten at the Alabama Department of Archives and History. Grant to the Friends of the Alabama Archives.

May 16 – MONTGOMERY
“Food for Thought” lecture series w/Elizabeth Findlay Shores – Finding Family History: The Secrets in an Antique Coverlet — at the Alabama Department of Archives and History. Grant to the Friends of the Alabama Archives.

May 21-July 18 – MONTGOMERY
Alabama Justice: The Cases and Faces that Changed a Nation traveling exhibit at the Heflin-Torbert Judicial Building. Grant to Auburn University Department of Political Science

August 15 – MONTGOMERY
“Food for Thought” lecture series w/ Frye Gaillard — A Hard Rain: America in the 1960s – at the Alabama Department of Archives and History. Grant to the Friends of the Alabama Archives.

August 1 – August 30 – MONTGOMERY
Wade Hall Traveling Postcard Tourism Exhibit at Montgomery City-County Public Library. Grant to Troy University Libraries.

September 19 – MONTGOMERY
“Food for Thought” lecture series w/ William Nichols – Go and Be Reconciled: Alabama Methodists Confront Racial Injustice, 1954 – 1974 – at the Alabama Department of Archives and History. Grant to the Friends of the Alabama Archives.

September 29 – MONTGOMERY
Real Talk Community Forum at the Rosa Parks Museum. Grant to Troy University’s Rosa Parks Museum.

Perry AHF PROGRAM:

September – October – UNIONTOWN

PRIME TIME FAMILY READING – Uniontown Public Library

Pickens AHF GRANT:
January 7-January 21 – ALICEVILLE
Shakespeare in Schools  As You Like It performances. Grant to Alabama Shakespeare Festival- Aliceville High School. For more information, contact Lindsey Jinright at ljinright@asf.net or 334-271-5343.
Pike AHF GRANT:
January 28 – TROY

2019 Mitchell-McPherson Lecture in Southern History w/Sylviane Diouf at the Claudia Crosby Theater. Grant to Troy University Department of History and Philosophy.  

AHF SPECIAL PROJECT: June – BRUNDIDGE

 

Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit Pike County High School,

Randolph AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:

January 14 – 25 – ROANOKE

Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit. – Annie L. Awbry Public Library

Russell AHF GRANT:
September 1 – September 30 – PHENIX CITY
Wade Hall Traveling Postcard Streets Exhibit at the Troy University Phoenix City Campus. Grant to Troy University Libraries.
Shelby AHF PROGRAMS:
April 18 – MONTEVALLO
ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Alan Brown.

 

August 22 – COLUMBIANA

 

ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Joyce Cauthen.

 

SEPTEMBER – ALABASTER

 

JENICE RILEY Scholarship Winner: Amber Broadhead – Thompson Intermediate School

 

AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:August 17 – 28 — COLUMBIANA

 

Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit. – Shelby County Exhibition Center

Sumter AHF PROGRAM:

July 31 – LIVINGSTON

ALABAMA HISTORY DAY – Teacher Workshop

AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
September 13 – October 18 — LIVINGSTON

Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit. – Black Belt Museum

Talladega AHF PROGRAMS:
May 10 — TALLADEGA
ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Nancy Anderson.

 

May 23 – TALLADEGA

 

ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Dolores Hydock.

Tallapoosa AHF SPECIAL PROJECT:
April 23 – May 2 — DADEVILLE
Making Alabama: A Bicentennial Traveling Exhibit.  Dadeville Recreation/Senior Citizen Center
Tuscaloosa AHF PROGRAMS:
February 9 – TUSCALOOSA
ROAD SCHOLAR presentation by Sarah Bliss Wright.

 

February  – March – TUSCALOOSA

 

PRIME TIME FAMILY READING – Tuscaloosa Public Library, Weaver Bolden Branch

 

September – COKER

 

JENICE RILEY Scholarship Winner: Misty Turner – Westwood Elementary School

 

September – October – TUSCALOOSA

 

PRIME TIME FAMILY READING – Tuscaloosa Library, Weaver Bolden Branch

 

Walker AHF GRANT:
April 1-April 30 – JASPER

Wade Hall Traveling Postcard Streets Exhibit in Jasper. Grant to Troy University Libraries.
Washington
Wilcox AHF PROGRAM:
September – PINE HILL
JENICE RILEY Scholarship – Deborah Southall – F.S. Ervin Elementary School