AN IDENTITY THEFT AND SCAMS workshop is hosted by the Alabama Human Sciences Extension of Financial Management on June 28 from 10-11am at the Sheffield Public Library, 316 N. Montgomery Ave in Sheffield.
YOU’RE INVITED TO THE OUTDOOR STUDY SERIES, Part 3 of a 3, hosted by Midway church of Christ at 6:30pm on Monday, June 27 in Killen Park, Shelter #3.
Revisiting The Divide: A Historical Perspective on Institutionalism is a study with Bill Hall from Hartselle, AL.
Bring a chair and a Bible! Time permitting, we will have Q&A at the end of the study. In case of inclement weather, the event will take place at the Midway building located at 6000 U.S. Highway 43 (next to Q-Gas). For more information, please visit: facebook.com/midwaychurchofchrist.org
The Florence Indian Mound Museum is hosting a series of children’s programs where students can explore the early history of the Shoals through hands-on learning exercises. The programs will cover a wide range of topics within Native American history and culture and are aimed at an elementary level age group. Each program will have a creative component with hands-on learning, and all events are free.
Our program on Archaeology will take place Saturday, June 25th at 10 am. The program will focus on archaeology and how it helps us understand the past. Students will learn what archaeology is, why it is used, and how it can be done responsibly. Students will participate in a hands-on activity where they will learn the basics of archaeology. Please visit https://www.florencealmuseums.com/young-learners to sign up.
This program is sponsored by the City of Florence Department of Arts and Museums and the Muscle Shoals National Heritage Area. The Florence Indian Mound Museum is located at 1028 S. Court St. Florence, AL and is open, Tuesday - Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Sundays from 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Call 256-760-6427 for more information.