Upcoming Events @ GFPL

Current and future events @ your public library All events are FREE and open to the public.

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Summer Music Series Continues!

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September is Library Card Sign-up Month!
The Great Falls Public Library will be going out into the community to encourage folks to sign up for library cards- dates and locations to be determined

September 6, 4pm-6pm
Artist Reception for Barb Lassiter

September 11 5pm-7pm
Intertwined
Knit, crochet, spin, or stitch, find a community of makers at your Great Falls Public Library. Bring your own work-in-progress, or join in on a group project. Everyone welcome, beginner to expert! Instructional books and videos will be available. Share your knowledge, gain some new skills, and make something!

September 22-28
Banned Book Week

September 24, 7pm
Banned Book Read-Aloud and Trivia Noght
Bring your favorite banned book, share your favorite passages, and then gather your team for some banned book trivia and win banned book-themed prizes

September 25 5pm-8pm
Book Launch Party with Richard Fifield
Montana Women Tell Their Stories In New Anthology

Longtime memoir instructor and novelist Richard Fifield of Missoula is curating the anthology, entitled “We Leave The Flowers Where They Are,” named after a line in the single poem included in the book. Fifield is the author of The Flood Girls (Simon & Schuster, 2016) and The Small Crimes Of Tiffany Templeton (Penguin, Spring 2020).

A portion of the book’s proceeds will benefit two nonprofit organizations — Zootown Arts Community Center (ZACC), an arts nonprofit based in Missoula, and Humanities Montana, a nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) with offices around the state.

Six bookstores known for their community involvement will exclusively sell the book at their retail locations- Cassiopeia Books of Great Falls has been selected as one of the retailers.

The Great Falls Public Library will be host to the book launching event for We Leave The Flowers Where They Grow. Richard Fifeild, along with some of the authors featured in the anthology, will be sharing stories and readings. Books will be available to purchase, and snacks and music will be part of the evening’s entertainment.

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September 28 11am-12:30pm
Bookcrafting
Recycle, upcycle, make it and take it! We provide the books and instruction, you bring your creativity, let’s turn old books into new crafts! Every 4th Saturday of the month, from 11am-12:30pm @ your library

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