Adult

Adult
"The Selma Dallas County Public Library is a community resource center where diversity is celebrated and where people of all backgrounds are welcomed daily for fellowship and learning. Our goal is to provide excellence in library service to the families of this city and county by building bridges of friendship and understanding"
Becky Cothran -Nichols , Library Director, Selma Dallas County Public Library

Whether it is a lunchtime event or a special learning series, the library has plenty to offer for the older learner.


Lunch at the Library is a great opportunity to listen and enjoy local and regional authors. An informal meal is served from 12 until 12:30 in the Vaughan Room. Tickets for lunch are $8.00 and reservations may be made by calling the library at 874 1725. Authors are also on hand for book purchases and autographs.


Book Bunch Fun takes place every Wednesday morning at 9:30 in the Vaughan Room. Gather around the table with folks who read and know books! Book Bunch members read a lot and share favorite titles each week. Learn a new author and meet new friends at the weekly Book Bunch gang. They are open for new members every week!


Auburn University Montgomery Adult Outreach Join Auburn scholar, Nancy Anderson for monthly book discussions. A full list is available of titles being read. The group loves a new face and as new voices add to the stimulation of the discussion. Call the library 874 1725 for titles and dates.


Adult Education Classes are done in partnership with Wallace Community College Selma. The class meets Monday through Thursday from 9:00 until 1:00 and is a perfect way to get the extra help to prepare for and successfully pass the GED . The library takes great pride in offering this service. Call 334 874- 1735 for more information or questions.