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Is your organization searching for an interesting, informative speaker for its next meeting?

If so, look no further. Our Speakers Bureau will send a representative of a member library to your group with a concise, information-packed presentation that will entertain as well as educate your members.

We'll tell you about the services the Library Cooperative offers that can enrich your members' professional and personal lives...services that are free and available through your local library.

Find out how your members can:

have access to 39 libraries and nearly 2 million books, videos, CDs...read books online...access reliable business, health, legal and educational resources from the comfort of home or office...take computer classes...get books by mail...surf the Web...plus much, much more...all with their library card. And don't forget...it's all free!

Frequently Asked Questions

What type of groups would enjoy this program?

Just about any group, since our services benefit all ages and interests...professional and civic organizations, culture clubs, schools, PTA's, chambers of commerce and senior citizens groups. (Meeting attendance of at least 15 is requested.)

How far in advance should I book a speaker?

Contact us three weeks in advance to schedule a speaker.

How much does this cost?

That's easy. It's free to the public.

How can I contact you?

Fill out the Speaker Request Form, call 205.226.3615, fax 205.226.3617, or e-mail cynthiab@bham.lib.al.us.

Let us know your organization, program coordinator, meeting location, mailing address, evening and day phone numbers, requested program date, alternative program date, and time.

Who we are...

The Jefferson County Library Cooperative is a countywide cooperative composed of the public libraries of Jefferson County, Alabama. Our members include Jefferson County's municipal libraries stretching from Warrior to Hoover to Trussville, and the Birmingham Public Library System.  The Birmingham Botanical Gardens Library, Alabama's largest free-lending horticulture library is also a member.