National Library Week is April 8th to April 14th. We provide the annual “Food Fines” plan this week. If you have some embarrassing library fines, this is your chance to clear them. For every food brought in, we will be exempt from the $1 fine (does not apply to lost or damaged materials). All food will be donated to Polson bread and fish pantry. If you do not have any fines but are still willing to contribute to our food supply, please feel free to drop your belongings at the library.
This month we have an exciting plan to come to the library. On Friday, April 20th, at 2 pm, Anne Foster will attend a dialogue project on humanities and sciences in Montana called Alcohol, corsets wholesale and Voting – Conversations with Mary Lang Alderson. In the library conference room. These shows are always pleasant to watch. They are open to the public free of charge. Refreshments will be served.
Heather will host two technical plans this month. Her first gift was Tuesday, April 10, and her favorite theme was Pinterest. Her second project is Internet basics on Tuesday, April 24. Both programs begin at 2 pm. In the library conference room. Call 883-8225 to book your location or check in directly.
To celebrate the National Poetry Month, please go to the library to participate in our “Dark Poetry” exhibition. We will have a book page for you to choose and a black mark. Haven’t tried it yet? We will tell you what to do. Writing poetry is a fun and creative way.
Story time continues this month at 10am and 4pm. Suitable for preschoolers on Thursdays. Kendra has prepared some interesting shows and crafts for children. We are also at 0:00 am Monday morning for the 0-3 year old goose mother.
The library is open from 10am to 7pm. Monday to Thursday, 10am to 6pm Friday and 10am to 4pm Saturday. We will be open at 12:30 in the afternoon. A luncheon was held on Friday, April 20 to commemorate our library volunteers.