Current and future events @ your public library All events are FREE and open to the public.N
Thursday, April 25, 7pm
“Writing Old News” will be the topic of a talk by Choteau author Nancy Thornton. Nancy presents local history in a short story format that is readily accessible to readers of the Choteau Acantha in her weekly column on “old news.” Additionally, her columns have been gathered in two books, “Tales from the Rocky Mountain Front” and “Tales from Montana’s Teton County.”
Tuesday, May 7, 7pm Marc Johnson’s writing on politics and history has appeared in numerous regional and national publications. Burton K. Wheeler is the most powerful politician Montana ever produced and one of the most significant members of the United States Senate during three of the most eventful decades in American history.
Thursday, May 9, 7pm Help us find out whodunit with this interactive mystery!
Saturday, May 11, 3pm Another new event this year! Turn those old encyclopedias into works of crafty art! Dates to be determined, all materials provided.
May 15 4-7pm Early Bird Sale, $15 entry fee
May 16 4-7pm
May 18 11am-4pm
May 19 1-4pm Sack Sale
Saturday May 4
Doors open at 5pm, Poetry starts at 5:30 Our final in the series! Great Falls has a wealth of talented poets, and we’re excited to hear from them all!
Saturday, March 2, ongoing
Celebrate Read Across Cascade County @ your Library and your City-County Health Department! The Youth Services Department will kick off the festivities with a birthday party for Dr. Seuss on Saturday, March 2 at 11am. Four classics by Dr. Seuss and four classic and contemporary best-sellers have been selected to compete in our Battle of the Books.
Share these amazing reads with your family at the Library or the City-County Health Department and vote for your favorites in person or via Facebook poll. We will announce the winner in early April!