Saturday Closure for Winter Carnival

Published on 02/02/23

As is the tradition, the Whitefish Community Library will be closed for the Saturday of Winter Carnival (Feb. 4, this year), so staff and families can enjoy the Kiddie Carnival at the Middle School, the Pie Social at the Catholic Church, and the Parade, among other things. The library will re-open on Monday, February 6 at 10 p.m.

For more information on Winter Carnival events, visit Whitefish Winter

A Yeti checks out books at the library:

A Yeti Checks Out Books at the Library

WCL Board of Trustees Meeting February 8.

Published on 02/02/23

The public is welcome at the monthly meeting of the WCL Board of Trustees. The meeting this month is Wednesday, February 8 at 7 pm in the library’s Heckathorn room. Enter through the hallway door to the north (left) of the main doors of the library.

This post will be updated with a ZOOM link before the meeting.

whitefish library entrance

Are Kids and Books Your Thing?

Published on 01/25/23

You might consider applying for the Youth Services Position at the Whitefish Community Library. Experience and knowledge of child development, planning age-appropriate programs and customer service are pluses. 30 hours per week with benefits. Find out more HERE.

Mom 38 toddler attach sticker to mural

Library closed Monday, January 16.

Published on 01/13/23

The library will be closed Monday, January 16 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. It will reopen Tuesday at 10 a.m. Image of Martin Luther King Jr

R.E.A.D. Taking Christmas Vacation

Published on 12/07/22

R.E.A.D. pups are taking a break at same time school children are taking a break. The pups will NOT be here December 20 and 27, 2022. They will return beginning January 3, 2023. Call the library for more information. 406-862-9914

Read Our Fresh Reviews!

Published on 11/18/22

We already have some of the student reviews from our Fall Into Reading program published on the website (Read them here!) and more are coming every day! Some have been published in the Whitefish Pilot: The Green Ember reviewed by Brielle Carr, Knight Owl reviewed by Tessa Rands, and coming just before Thanksgiving we’ll have Addie Nerdig’s review of Little Women. We also have winners of gift certificates from Bookworks of Whitefish, so far: Blaine Krause, Ruby Richards, Hudson Morris, Aubree Clark, and Lucia Binder. There are still two weeks left to submit a review – see the details on the Fall Into Reading page under Youth Services.

Fall Into Reading @ WCL

Published on 10/28/22

Our first-ever Fall Reading Program for youth is here and it features book reviews by our patrons, gift certificates to the local Bookworks booksellers, and reviews reprinted in the local Whitefish Pilot newspaper.

So if you’re 18 or under, get your pens and pencils moving! We want to hear all about what you’ve been reading. More Details Here Boy writing a book review