Library Happenings

This view of Lewistown shows construction of the Knerr-Tubb building at 116 W. Main (now Wier’s furniture store) in 1909. Near it is the Elkhorn Stable owned by Jess Pinkley. On the left side is the Green Building built in 1909. The Fergus County Courthouse is seen in the background. For more historical photographs go to the website for the Montana Memory Project: Photo courtesy of Nancy Watts

Book station
July 13 will be our next Wednesday Book Sale from 2-4 p.m. The Council on Aging will provide rides to and from the sale with at least a 24-hour notice.

Friends of the library
The Friends continue to seek new blood to help with The Book Stations Thursday book sorting and the twice per month book sales. Currently “Friends” are earning money toward the resurfacing project for the Library.

Board of directors
July 14, Thursday, at 2 p.m. in the upstairs meeting room.

Summer reading program
The Summer Reading Program at the Library kicked off the first week of June. Participants were able to register and jump right in doing the puzzles, quizzes, programming, reading and the ever-popular scavenger hunt. So far, we are having record-breaking participation this year with over 200 kids and 100 adults signed up just in the first week.
Participants are able to sign up anytime during the summer and the program runs through Saturday, August 6. Thanks again to our many sponsors who make our programming possible.

Save the date
July 14 at 6 p.m. we will be featuring Laura Pelon with her program, “Music from the Front Porch.” This is a free event. This American music concert shows the importance of learning our local stories and music.

New in DVDs
“The Waltons” (complete series); “Jackie Robinson”; “Jakob the Liar”; “Purple Rain”; “Doc Martin” (season seven); “Call the Midwife” (season five); “Under the Cherry Moon.”


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