April Family Night
Come join us for a fun filled family night, Monday April 29th at 7:00pm. We will be watching the short film, "Assiniboine Chief Rosebud Remembers Lewis & Clark", which was produced and filmed in this area with several locals actually in the film. After the movie, we will be making teepees that will be used for table decorations at our Lewis and Clark Heritage Day in May. Remember, children 12 and under need a parent or adult supervision.
Big Upcoming Event:
Lewis & Clark Heritage Day - May 11th at 4:00 p.m. Come join us for an exciting adventure with guest speaker Hal Stearns as he presents "The Indian Education of Lewis & Clark". We will also be enjoying some Great Plains Stew and Frybread. We had a wonderful time last year at our Heritage Day Celebration and we know it will be just as great this year. Please contact the Library at (406) 653-2411 for more information.
Mother's Day is coming up pretty soon! Need some gift ideas?
Friends of the Library have a display with handmade items for sale, such as Jewelry, Cards, Bookmarks, Beaded Hair Accessories. All proceeds benefit the Library.
The Roosevelt County Library's Computer/Internet Policy has been Revised..
ALL PERSONS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 MUST HAVE THEIR COMPUTER/INTERNET FORM RESIGNED BY BOTH THE STUDENT AND PARENT/LEGAL GUARDIAN. The previous Internet/Computer Policy will be honored only until 3/31/13.
Need some Quiet Time? Come to the Library and Step into another world of imagination that can only be found through a book!
Come in to the Library to read the Fort Peck Tribes Committee Meeting Notes, soon to be available on a bi-monthly basis!
New to the library also is a New Magazine: Bakken Breakout
Coming soon: A new tab with even more Online Resources to choose from, Courtesy of the James E. Shanley Tribal LibraryCheck out the updated links in the Electronic Databases!
Saturday Story Time!!
Join us every Saturday at 11:00 A.M. for an amazing adventure filled with stories, crafts, and games. This program is geared toward pre-school aged children, and parents are welcome to stay and/or participate with their child(ren). There is no registration required.
New Photo Exhibit
THE NATURAL WORLD: FROM NEAR AND FAR. This display presented by Phillip Gordon and Philippa Newfield features the photographic talents of Bob Gatten. Prints can be purchased to support the library; one for $25 or 2 for $40.
The new book that will be read by the book club, "Sarah's Key" by Tatiana De Rosnay, is available to be checked out. Book Club is free and is open to anyone who would like to join. Please contact Bonnie Olson at (406)653-2411 for more information.
Lewis and Clark Grant
UPDATE: The local quilters club has a quilt top completed and are working on finishing it soon. This quilt when finished will be on display in the library. A local photographer, Lisa Dunn, has completed six photojournal prints and is working on a larger print, to be on display in the library. The Library, in partnership with the California Chapter of the Lewis and Clark Heritage Foundation has been awarded a stewardship grant. These monies will make it possible for a permanent display and educational programs that will be held at the Library in the coming months.
Have a legal question? Who do you call? We have "Live Chat Navigator" to help you! Visit our kiosk for free help.
Books N Babies
Join us on April 17th. May 1st and 15th. (1st and 3rd Wed of the Month) at 10:15 A.M. for Books N Babies. Parents are encouraged to attend with their newborns up to 24 months. Please contact the Library at (406)653-2411 for more information.
Something New for the Students in the Area:
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Our DVD collection has surpassed
the 1,200 mark, yes you read right we
now have over 1,200 DVD titles!!
FREE checkout available with a Library Card in good standing!
Want to hear the lastest happenings at the Library? Tune into KVCK at 10:00 a.m on the 2nd Wednesday of every month to listen to Bonnie's Bookbeat radio program. Bonnie talks about the newest books, latest events and activities, and other happenings at the Libary. Take a minute and tune into KVCK at 10:00 a.m. on the 2nd Wednesday of every month for Bonnie's Bookbeat.