Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Inglenook Library Hosting Appreciation for Women: Relationship Goals Program March 15

What: An Expression of Appreciation for Women of the Inglenook Community: Relationship Goals
When: Friday, March 15, 6:30 p.m.
Details:  This free program, "Relationship Goals,” will feature a movie about marriage followed by a group discussion about how to build positive personal relationships. Refreshments will be served. To help Inglenook Library get an accurate head count, register in advance.  Call 205-849-8739 or visit the library. 

On Friday, March 15, in honor of  National Women's History Month, the Inglenook Branch Library is hosting a program focused on helping women build better personal relationships. The program, beginning at 6:30 p.m., is titled An Appreciation for the Women of the Inglenook Community: Relationship Goals.

Karnecia Williams, branch manager of Inglenook Library, said the role of women in relationships has changed dramatically over the years. As a librarian and mother, Williams hopes the special appreciation Inglenook Library is providing for women has a positive impact throughout the surrounding community.

"In An Appreciation for the Women of the Inglenook Community, women will watch a movie based on a marriage to preference the discussion of the roles of women in relationships," Williams said. "As a result of the discussion, I hope that women see things from multiple perspectives and use them to help them grow in their own personal relationships."

Williams came up with the idea of the series of quarterly Appreciation for Women programs two years ago to give back to women in the community. Many families in Inglenook are led by single mothers who are unsung heroes who deserve recognition and support for their contributions to society, Williams said. The series, featuring various speakers discussing timely topics of interest to women, is a past recipient of the BPL Board of Trustees Innovative & Cool Award, which honors programs that go above and beyond in service to library patrons. 

For more information, call Inglenook Library at 205-8739 or drop by the library. 

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