Whitefish Community Library
makes every effort to ensure
that everyone may access
the resources of our library
including online resources
through our website.
If you cannot access a
resource or service please
contact your library staff
at 406-862-9914.

Whitefish Community Library
9 Spokane Ave
Whitefish, MT 59937
(406)862-9914
FAX: (406) 862-1407

Joey Kositzky, Director






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Doors Open:

Monday – 10 AM to 7 PM

Tuesday – 10 AM to 6 PM

Wednesday – 10 AM to 6 PM

Thursday – 10 AM to 6 PM

Friday – 11 AM to 5 PM

Saturday – 12 Noon to 5 PM

Archive of WHITEFISH COMMUNITY LIBRARY

May, 2020

For Our Youngest Patrons
Zoom Storytime online
NEW CURBSIDE PICKUP DAYS MONTHURS. 10AM-2PM, FRI 11AM-5PM M.
MAY BOOK DISCUSSION CANCELLED

April, 2020

CURBSIDE RESUMES MON., MAY 4, 2020; CURRENT ITEMS CHECKED OUT DUE DATE EXTENDED TO MAY 11, 2020
TO OUR PATRONS
LEARN TO CODEREMOTELY

March, 2020

BE COUNTED!
DON’T FORGET E-BOOKS AND DOWNLOADABLE AUDIO BOOKS
CLOSURE AND CANCELLATION OF CURBSIDE SERVICE ALL MATERIALS NOW DUE MAY 1, 2020
CENSUS 2020
R.E.A.D. PROGRAM CANCELLED AT THIS TIME

December, 2016

Snow has arrived, and so have the Snowpeople!

October, 2016

Pumpkins, Disguises and Halloween

August, 2016

Meet our Partner Libraries
Thanks to our Sponsors and Partners for a successful Summer Reading Challenge!

June, 2016

Raptors to visit the Library
Wicked Good Farm pays us a visit
Bike Rodeo kicks off Summer Reading Challenge

May, 2016

Sidewalk Chalk Success!
THANK YOU JOAN SMITH

April, 2016

Storytimes for May: hear stories, make stuff, and more!

March, 2016

BUY IT NOW

July, 2015

Gary and Mary Sloan were honored today with a tree ceremony.

May, 2014

Overflow for the bird show on the inside of the library.

February, 2014

Try something new. The library has Rosetta Stone to learn Irish and English as a Second Language.

January, 2014

We knew that WINTER CARNIVAL was right around the corner when the penguins came to visit the library.

November, 2013

GENEALOGY WORKSHOPNOV 23
INTERCULTURAL DISCUSSION: AN EXCHANGE STUDENT’S PERSPECTIVE

October, 2013

ON HALLOWEEN COME TO THE LIBRARY TO SEE IF YOU GET A TRICK OR A TREAT.
MIDDLE SCHOOL CHILDREN CREATE ART BY RECYCLING BOOKS.
HANDY
ALL ARE CREATIVE, COME SEE FOR YOURSELF.
CELEBRATE THE POWER OF LITERACY TO CHANGE LIVES
IT STARTED WITH STORYTIME.
AUTHORS TALKING WITH AUTHORS AND ATTENDEES.
MORE NETWORKING
BETTY KUFFEL DISCUSSES HER BOOK.

August, 2013

WOW! THEY FOUND GOLD!!!!
MORE PANNING FOR GOLD
LOTS OF PANNING FOR GOLD
PANNING FOR GOLD
A BOY AND HIS MEERKAT.
TALKING MEERKATS.
MAKING A MEERKAT FINGER PUPPET FROM FELT.
OH MY, WHAT A GREAT STORY!
THE KIDS WERE MESMERIZED BY “THE GREAT FUZZ FRENZY”.

July, 2013

A JURASSIC FIND
IT’S HOT IN THE DESERT HEAT LOOKING FOR DINOSAUR BONES.
LIBRARY PALEONTOLOGISTS FOR A DAY.
EXCAVATING A DIG.
DIGGING FOR DINOSAURS.
A HOT SUMMER LIBRARY IN THE LIBRARY.
DID THEY FIND BURIED MUMMIES OR DADDIES?
“BURIED TREASURE OF OLDSTORYTIME