Whitefish Legacy Partners naturalist Kim Corette had us hooting like owls, flying like moths, and crawling like bears at Summer Reading’s “Build A Better World” event on Thursday the 22nd. We learned about Wit the Owl, Whitefish Trail Mascot, and spent time on our own versions of Wit. Next week: North Valley Music School! visits with musical fun. Be ready to move and sing!
“Build a Better World” family programs replace Storytime on Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. for the summer, starting June 15. We’ve chosen our visitors from among those who help build and sustain our community, in keeping with that theme. Among our community builders are Whitefish Legacy Partners (June 22), Wild Wings Raptor Recovery (July 6), the North Valley Music School (TBA), and Big Sky Astronomy Club (TBA). Also, a special Clifford the Big Red Dog program will happen on August 10th, with Clifford visiting, photographs with Clifford, and six stations of activities. Check our schedule, and mark June 15 for the start of “Build a Better World.” Images are copyrighted. Contact CSLP at email@example.com for more information.
Kathy Borchers presents her annual Ireland program on Saturday, March 11, at 1pm in the Community Room. She will talk about Thomas Francis Meagher, Irish patriot, who was a general in the Civil War and who died in Montana while serving as the acting Territorial Governor of Montana. Also, learn some Irish, smell some peat, visit some castles (figuratively) and taste real Irish Soda Bread. For more about Kathy Borchers and her yearly celebration of all things Irish, read last year’s story in the Flathead Beacon:
Plan on arriving early as this program is well-attended.
The word “bibliosmia” means the enjoyment of the smell of books.
Whitefish Community Library patrons have access to more than 1,077,811 items for reading (or sniffing) through our Partners' consortium, including down- loadable audio books and electronic books, DVDs, books on CD and music.
Due to the upcoming Yeti Invasion (AKA Whitefish Winter Carnival), the Library will be closed Saturday, February 4th. Meanwhile, enjoy some of the Yetis made by Storytime attendees. First, imagine you hear growling sounds….
While the REAL Yetis won’t be visiting the Library at the Feb. 2 Storytime, we’ll tell tales on them, including the legend of Whitefish’s Winter Carnival composed especially for the preschool crowd. Add songs to get the “wiggles” out, and a Yeti craft and our Storytime is complete! Join WCL’s preschool storytime at 10:30 Thursdays in the Heckathorn Room.