Vestavia Hills Library


Neal Embry

Exonerated death row inmate Anthony Ray Hinton talked about his unjust conviction and life after prison. more



Photo by Sydney Cromwell.

It was the librarian at Pizitz Middle School that gave Lonny Terry his first library job. more


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Schaeffer Eye Center, a family-owned and operated optometry practice, is offering free pediatric vision screenings at the children’s department of the Vestavia Hills Library in the Forest on Aug. 1. more



Photo courtesy of Dana Smithburg.

Love stories often can stand the test of time, even if they are from the 18th century. They are stories people can become absorbed in and relate to. more



Photo by Emily Featherston.

As the Christmas season approaches, the Vestavia Hills Library in the Forest hopes residents will carve out a little time for holiday fun in the forest. more


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Frank Couch

The Mid-Alabama Republican Club meeting is open to the public. more

The kick-off party on June 1 will feature Roger Day. This year’s summer programs will include weekly science experiments, prizes, fun programs and a huge selection of summer books. more


At its regular meeting in October, the council accepted an offer from Commercial Realty Partners, LLC for potential retail use of the former Vestavia Hills Library Public Library building, which is located at 1112 Montgomery Highway. more

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The Vestavia Hills Library in the Forest will soon feature a progressive story program for families with children. more


The 2013 Casion Royale fundraiser raised over $11,500 for the Vestavia Hills Library. more


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Vestavia Voice August 2018