Algiers Regional Library
Library Manager - Mary Ann Marx
The Algiers Regional Library serves the greater Algiers Community with all traditional library services as well as computer access, story times, printing and fax services and a variety of informational, educational and recreational programs for all ages. It is the meeting place for the Algiers Historical Society’s monthly meeting. It has two meeting rooms available for booking by non-commercial organizations. It also has a computer technical lab with twelve computers. Additionally, there is a teen activity room and a separate space for the teen collections.
Tue, October 17th / 11amAlgiers Regional Library
Drop-in assistance with many different tasks such as: job applications, resumes, accessing websites such as Louisiana Workforce Commission and Louisiana Cafe, creating an email address, printing documents, creating basic flyers, etc. Contact Sam at 504-596-2641 to discuss your computer training needs and to schedule an appointment. Every Tuesday. (More)
About the SeriesFree, one-hour workshops that are fun to attend, where parents try out proven methods to help your children become ready to learn to read. Every family receives a packet of useful tips, activities to follow the workshop, and a free book.
About this WorkshopEasy everyday practices that help your child learn the shape and sound of letters. (More)
Tue, October 17th / 5:30pmAlgiers Regional Library
Do you have a story to tell about Algiers or New Orleans? Do you want to preserve it? Then come to the library over the next six weeks and document your story for all time. This is an interactive program. Story contributions will be on display at the Algiers Regional Library until November 30. A culminating celebration of participants' contributions will take place on Saturday, November 11 at 2pm. Every Tuesday from October 3 to November 7. (More)