Library Happenings

Summer Reading ‘Build A Better World’

This is week eight of the Summer Reading Program. Be sure to wrap up and get credit for accomplishing your Summer Reading tasks. Stop in at the front desk or youth area to get your reading log checked off. 

 

Story Time Schedule

 Join Youth Librarian Ms. Dani for Story Time on Friday or Saturday at 10:30 a.m. Please note: Friday and Saturday story times will cover the same material and activities, so feel free to attend either. 

Summer Reading Story Time schedule ends Saturday, Aug. 5. Story Time will break for two weeks and resume on Friday, Aug. 25 at 10:30 a.m.

 

Book Station News

Gently used books will be on sale this Saturday at the Book Station. The Friends of the Library are happily  open for the book sale from 9 a.m. – 2 pm.

 

Board of Directors

The Lewistown Public Library Board of Directors will meet on Thursday, Aug. 10 at 2 p.m. in the upstairs meeting room.  Meetings are open to the public.

 

Save the Date

The Montana Repertory Theatre will perform “Raised in the Saddle: The Phantasmagorical Journey of a Future Rodeo Queen” on Sunday, Oct. 8, at 3 p.m. Written by Jay Kettering, the comedy is sure to delight and entertain.  This public event is free and sponsored by the Friends of the Library. Join us on a Sunday afternoon at the Lewistown Public Library.

 

Library Hours and Contact Information

The library is open 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. Tuesday – Friday, and Saturday 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.  We are closed Sunday and Monday. Like us on Facebook to keep current on our happenings. Contact us by phone at 538-5212, or email library@lewistownlibrary.org. Our card catalog may be viewed on our webpage at www.lewistownlibrary.org, as well as the Montana Memory Project and Montana Library2Go to access our downloadable audio books and E-books.  

 

Micro Review of “A Game for all the Family”

 by Sophie Hannah

 

“After fleeing London and a career that nearly destroyed her, Justine Merrison plans to spend her days doing as little as possible. But soon after the move, her daughter Ellen starts to seem strangely withdrawn. Checking Ellen’s homework one day, Justine finds herself reading a chillingly articulate story about a series of sinister murders committed at the family’s new house. Can Ellen really have made all this up, as she claims? Why would she invent something so grotesque, set it in her own home and name one of the characters after herself? When Justine discovers that Ellen has probably also invented her best friend at school, who appears not to be known to any of the teachers, Justine’s alarm turns to panic.”

Visit the Library for this book and other great summertime reads.

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