Join Elke Duerr as she presents an evening of story telling and book signing, as well as a short film on the last wild wolves in the Northern Hemisphere. Program starts at 7pm, on Monday, December 10, in the library community room. Seating is limited so plan on coming early.
Please think of the Whitefish Library Association as you make your Holiday purchases from Amazon. Go to smile.amazon.com before you make your purchase, and type “Whitefish Library Association” as the charity of choice. Amazon will refund .05% of your purchase (no charge to you) to the Whitefish Library Association. This is a great way to support the library without a cost to you!
Please join us as we welcome Susan Purvis (author of “Go Find – My Journey to Find the Lost and Myself”) for her program “Staying Alive in Avalanche Country”. Susan is a Lead Instructor with Wilderness Medical Associates and the American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education. She is a professional member of the American Avalanche Association, the Explorers Club and a Wilderness Medical Society member. Her 45 minute talk will be followed by a Q & A and book signing of her book “Go Find…”. Plan on coming early as seating is limited. The program is at 7pm in the library community room.
Interested in comic books? Join the first meet and greet gathering of the Comic Book Club on Wednesday, September 19, from 4-5 p.m. in the community room of the Whitefish Community Library. image by Sam Howzit – Flickr
We’re excited to welcome back Miss Heather from Stumptown Art Studio this week on Thursday, July 19, at 10:30 a.m. Children were completely absorbed in her “Storybook Art” project and we look forward to seeing what she’ll do next!
Wild Wings Recovery Center visits the Library at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, July 12th, bringing their education birds for all to see and admire. Pending weather, we’ll meet on the lawn east of the Library. Here’s what we’ve learned from several visits by Wild Wings: The birds will get the shady spot by the trees. We sit and observe as Wild Wings volunteers bring the birds to us so that we can see them up close. We don’t clap or touch, and try not to make sudden movements that might startle the raptors. They are fascinating to see and (sometimes) hear.