Algiers Regional Library

Algiers Regional Library
3014 Holiday Drive
New Orleans, LA 70131 (504) 596-2641 Directions Events News

Description

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.

Upcoming Events

Join us for story time fun with a new story every week. Story Times are open to all families and caregivers with children age 5 and under unless noted. Every Tuesday & Saturday. (More)

Don't let homework get the best of you! Join the Teen Homework Club and get assistance with your homework, research and have the perfect place to study with friends. We meet upstairs in the Teen Room. Every Wednesday. (More)

Get help with 7th to 12th grade math and science subjects. Volunteers can help with the following:
• Pre Algebra
• Algebra 1 & 2
• Biology 1 & 2
• General Chemistry 1 & 2 Every Saturday. (More)

Wednesday (May 8th through June 7th)

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The West Bank Book Club meets every month to discuss their selection, which is usually literary fiction. June's selection is Wish You Well by David Baldacci. Meetings are open to the public and hosted by Library staff. Every 1st Wednesday of the month. (More)

Photography Club is open to photographers of all skill levels with any camera type. Bring your camera and come share and learn with fellow photography enthusiasts. Participate in monthly photo assignments if you wish, find inspiration from local photographers and discover much more about the art of photography. View our... (More)

Join us for a night of tabletop gaming upstairs at Mimi's hosted by the New Orleans Public Library, featuring new, original indie titles, old classic favorites, and everything in between! Bring a few friends or make some new ones. Get a library card, or renew your old one. Check out... (More)

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Come build and play with a wide assortment of Lego bricks. For ages 8 - 14. Every 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month. (More)

Every day starting on May 15, 2017 until Jun 17, 2017

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Algiers Regional Library will showcase the work of local artist Penny Baker from May 15 - June 17, 2017. There will be a closing reception on Saturday, June 17 from 1pm - 3pm with light refreshments. Penny Baker is a native New Orleanian. She enjoys painting as well as creating... (More)

Video games and table top classics! Teens and tweens are welcome to come and get their game on in the teen room. Every 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month. (More)

Knowing your rights when interacting with authorities can be tricky business but having this knowledge can make all the difference. Do you know your rights? For almost 100 years, the ACLU has worked to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the... (More)

Jack Belsom's lecture will broadly cover the history of opera in New Orleans from the beginning of the 19th century and the construction of the French Opera House, its history in the second half of the 19th century and the first two decades of the 20th century until its destruction... (More)

Come and have fun with instructor Miss Mary Dawn for music and youth yoga! We will be doing basic poses and stretches to music for kids in grades K - 2. Dress comfortably for easy movement. Children must be accompanied by parent or guardian. If possible, bring your own yoga... (More)

Did you know that many athletes like Lebron James do yoga to gain flexibility and strength? Come and have fun with instructor Miss Mary Dawn for music and yoga! We will be doing basic poses and stretches to music for grades 3 - 8. Dress comfortably for easy movement. (More)

Come build and play with a wide assortment of Lego bricks. For ages 8 - 14. Every 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month. (More)

A free program providing information about the U.S. naturalization process, hosted by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. It will help participants with understanding ,and preparing for, the naturalization test, process and interview. (More)

Calling Otaku!! Come watch anime and discuss the latest manga at your library! Every 4th Thursday of the month. (More)

A local saxophone ensemble brings the music of the big screen and the small screen to life. (More)

Learn while making a t-shirt to take home with this year's winning design. Supplies provided, but feel free to bring your own shirt or other cotton fabric to print on. (More)

Johnette Downing serves up a gumbo of Louisiana songs and stories in a toe-tapping, two-stepping good time. (More)

Video games and table top classics! Teens and tweens are welcome to come and get their game on in the teen room. Every 1st & 3rd Tuesday of the month. (More)

Come join us at BJ's in the Bywater (4301 Burgundy St.) for Barcation, a Summer Story Time for Adults, sponsored by Alvar Library. Join local writers who will read a story or a poem, or just tell a story. The topic is open: You can tell a story about a... (More)

Join Big Class to learn how to transform your original story into animation by learning basic coding. (More)

Every month on the second Tuesday starting on Jun 13, 2017 for 3 occurrences

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Join us for a bilingual Spanish and English story time presented by Tulane University Latin American Studies’ Pebbles Collection. (More)

Join Councilmember Nadine Ramsey for a discussion about the work City Council is doing and the work you can do to "Build a Better World" for Council District C. (More)

Coloring books, pencils, crayons, coffee, and a relaxing environment are provided at this free event for adults. (More)

Christina Bryant, head of the Louisiana Division/City Archives and Special Collections at the New Orleans Public Library, will discuss the newspapers made available through the library. She will show us how to use these resources and explain the best ways to get results. Currently accessible newspapers include the Times Picayune... (More)

Join Hey Now Hooping to make a hula hoop from scratch and take it home with you! Must be 12+ to attend. Space is limited. Call or stop by to sign up. (More)

This series is presented by Jessica Rareshide, certified personnel consultant and certified staffing professional. These workshops will provide the strategies and techniques to find the right job and career for you. About this workshop:
Attendees will take the Professionally You™ online survey prior to arriving at the Job Fair at... (More)

Evacuteer.org is a nonprofit organization based in New Orleans that recruits and trains volunteers to provide hurricane preparedness and City-Assisted Evacuation (CAE) information to the community. Our Evacuation Colunteers ("Evacuteers") also help facilitate the CAE in the case of a mandatory evacuation. Come out to this introductory volunteer training to... (More)

Teen dance party at the library? Yes, please! Choose your favorite channel and turn it up as loud as you want on your own wireless headphones. (More)

Dance to the music only you can hear. Choose your favorite channel and turn it up as loud as you want on your own wireless headphones. (More)

Design & Make with Heat-Fusing Perler Beads + Draw (or Trace) to Create with Shrinky Dinks (More)

Coloring books, pencils, crayons, coffee, and a relaxing environment are provided at this free event for adults. (More)

Enjoy snacks, crafts, activities and giveaways. Ages 5 - 13. (More)