The Whitefish Community Library will host a diverse group of Montana women writers who will tell their stories published in a book “We Leave the Flowers Where They Are”. Their stories vary from how a midwife in Montana who was sued and fought to earn her professional license, to a memoir of an incarcerated woman diagnosed with AIDS, and more. The women are students of memoir instructor and novelist Richard Fifield of Missoula, editor of the book. The book benefits the Zootown Arts Community Center of Missoula and is sponsored by Humanities Montana. Meant to empower women of every place and story, the program will take place in the Community room at the Whitefish Library on Friday evening, October 18, from 6-8pm. Soft drinks and refreshments will be served. Seating is limited. We hope to see you there!