“Imagination” was the theme today for story time. Next week for story time we are going to have an Easter Egg Hunt in the Library. Please come for the fun.
THE ST. PATRICK’S DAY PROGRAM FOR THE CHILDREN WAS A SUCCESS. THE ADULT PROGRAM IS SATURDAY, MARCH 14TH, AT 1:00 P.M.
What better time than March to celebrate all things Irish? Kathy Borchers will be presenting an Irish family program at the Whitefish Community Library. There will be things of interest for both adults and children. You can learn about Ireland, see pictures from Kathy’s last trip there, watch Crystal MacInnes and her Irish dance troop perform, learn some Irish words and eat Irish soda bread. There will also be stories for the children.
The Whitefish Library will host a lecture presented by the Glacier Stamp Club, as a follow up to the one presented at the FVCC last October in the honor of the National Hispanic Heritage Month. The presentation will take place Saturday, February 21st at 1 pm in the Heckathorn Room at the Whitefish Community Library just south of the train station and next to the Middle School.
Presented by Felix Jimenez, the lecture is a travel through History.
Admission to the lecture and stamps exhibit is free and open to anyone interested. For more information, contact Natalie at 862-2679.
We are proud to add two of Adam Pitman’s DVDs “Whitefish Winter Carnival, a Documentary: Fifty Years in the Making…” to our DVD collection. These are now available for check out. Happy Winter Carnival everyone!!!