Black Panther discussion and Amazing Alabama event at FLPL

By  | February 11, 2018 | Filed under: News

FLORENCE-The Florence-Lauderdale Public Library will end Black History Month with a Black Panther film disccussion and a workshop and talk about the Amazing Alabama Coloring Book will kick off events for March.

Black Panther Film Discussion
Tuesday, February 27, 5:30 pm
Florence-Lauderdale Public Library
A panel of scholars from the University of North Alabama will lead a discussion on Marvel’s new comic book film Black Panther. The discussion will explore the history of the character in comics, how the film fits within the context of Afro-Futurism, and the use of music in the film. The panelists will be Dr. Andrea Hunt, Jason McCall, Stephen Melvin, and Dr. Karla Zelaya. For more information, call 256-764-6564, ext. 128.

Amazing Alabama Coloring Book Talk and Workshop
Saturday, March 10, 10:30 am
Florence-Lauderdale Public Library
Author/illustrator Laura Murray will visit FLPL to talk about her coloring book Amazing Alabama and to lead lead a coloring workshop. All ages of coloring fans are welcome! Laura will also sell and sign copies of her coloring book at the event.

Amazing Alabama: A Coloring Book Journey Through Alabama’s 67 Counties is a delightful, one-of-a-kind coloring book whose publication coincides with two significant bicentennial celebrations: the 2017 anniversary of Alabama becoming a territory and the 2019 anniversary of Alabama becoming a state. It is designed to to engage youngsters and adult coloring book enthusiasts in learning about the unique character of our nation’s 22nd state.

Every county in Alabama is featured in Amazing Alabama with an appealing line drawing of its iconic and lesser-known sites―historical, geographical, topographical, industrial and commercial, and more. Companion text identifies and provides context for the pictured elements. The book provides a comprehensive educational snapshot of all that is special about the state.

Author/illustrator Laura Murray was inspired to create Amazing Alabama, her first coloring book, after moving to Alabama with her husband from Georgia. Together, they made many road trips, which introduced her to the state’s history, its scenic highways and byways, its commercial centers and rustic small towns. Her coloring book showcases some of her favorite discoveries―the historic U.S. Post Office in Etowah County, Hatchet Creek in Coosa County, the pitcher plant bog in Chilton County, and much more. For more information, call 256-764-6564, ext. 128.

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