Pell City Public Library offers programming for all all ages — which is both entertaining and informative. Save the dates and join us !
Wednesday, October 19th at 12 p.m.– Wild & Wonderful Wednesday . . . Get ready for the best in Jazz, Blues, and more as the Pell City Library welcomes guest musicians, Gary Land, Mike Rives, and Sid Brown, in concert, for its Wild & Wonderful Wed. series. This accomplished and multi-talented trio features Land on bass, vocals, trumpet, and violin; Rives at the keyboard; and Brown on the drums. The concert is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served afterwards.
Band leader, Gary Land, has played Bass for 40 years, performing with the Atlanta Pops, the Georgia Symphony, Peachtree Pops, and the Chastain Festival Orchestra. As band leader for four of his own party bands, Land booked and played at various venues, including the St. Regis in Atlanta for eight years, the Intercontinental Hotel in Atlanta for nine years, and more! He has performed with Joni Mitchell, the Moody Blues, Al Jerreau, Brian Wilson, Olivia Newton-John, Michael Bolton, Marvin Hamlisch, Dione Warwick, Jerry Lee Lewis, and others.
Gary Land joins with the talented keyboardist, Mike Rives, and accomplished drummer, Sid Brown, Band Director at the Pell City High School, for the library’s upcoming program. Expect to hear the best in Blues, Jazz, and more, as the talents of these accomplished musicians come together for this spectacular event.Please Note: If the weather permits, the concert will be al fresco in the beautiful back courtyard of the Pell City Municipal Complex. Dress casually and enjoy our new facility’s outdoor options with us!
Monday, October 31st- 10:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m.– Halloween at the Library . . . Come dressed up in your Halloween costumes and “Trick or Treat” at the library! We will show Halloween movies, play carnival-type games, enjoy a story time, and so much more! It’s going to be a hauntingly good time! Join us!
Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m. and Thursdays at 5:00 p.m. during the school year! (Due to the Summer Reading Program, Story Time does not take place during June, July, and August.)