The Missouri River Breaks Monument Friends will present a program at the Whitefish Library on Saturday, Feb. 24th at 1:00 pm. They will cover the significance of the area through its history, culture and ecology. They will talk about Lewis and Clark’s time in the area , the early native people who lived there, and more recent inhabitants. They will also talk about the geological events that shaped the area, which created the unique geological features. jJoin us in the Heckathorn Community Room!
Snow People recommend a new WCL book bag for the book lover on your gift list or to replace your own well-worn favorite.
There is a limited supply, so buy now and support a worthy cause: your local Whitefish Library! After all, we have a lot of snow people to feed….
You are invited to stop in and meet our newest therapy dog, “Tuie” Tuie is a beautiful, friendly Airedoodle that is Pet Partners Certified and psychology trained. She will be in the Community Room at the Whitefish Community Library on Wednesdays at 3:30 We are excited to once again offer this incredible program to our young readers.
October Storytime themes are now posted on the events calendar, with Halloween as the grande finale of the month (of course)! The “events” link on the left side of the blog gets you there. Happy Autumn! photo credit: CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=646243
Please be advised that after the recent change to the new server automated emails from “Montana_Shared_Catalog” will now now come from “Your_Local_Library.” You may need to make the change in your computer to make sure you are getting your holds information.
What do corn flakes have to do with a solar eclipse? Well, nothing really. But when they come in a large cereal box, then we have a connection. And that connection is Mark Paulson of Big Sky Astronomy Club, who will demonstrate how to build a safe solar eclipse viewing device using the recycled box at Whitefish Community Library on Thursday, July 27 at 10:30 a.m.
A short presentation precedes the making of viewers. Then the action begins when the kids take over the room to make viewers from the boxes, white paper, foil, tape, and instructions from Paulson, who luckily states that he “thrives on pandemonium.”
Just promise not to run with the scissors!
- Please bring a large empty cereal box for each viewer made.
- If you are comfortable bringing scissors, please do so. Our supply is limited.
- More suitable for age 5 and over, unless parent is making viewer for child.
If you missed North Valley Music School the first time around, don’t despair. Music Together® is back Thursday, July 20th at 10:30 a.m. for another festival of singing, music, instruments and play. Having experienced the first event, we can tell you that it is a non-stop half-hour of action, with a soothing transition at the end, involving colorful scarves and “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.”