At Your Library
A Note From The Director
W.H. Auden once said, “A poet is, before anything else, a person who is passionately in love with language.” If you, too, are in love with language, then Lincoln County Public Libraries and Hometown Humanities invite you to a month-long celebration of language and poetry. April is National Poetry Month, and it’s also the beginning of the 9th annual Lincoln County Poetry contest. The contest will open on Wednesday, April 1st and entries must be received by library closing time on Thursday, April 30th. This year, the line limit has been changed to a 30 line maximum but there will be no theme, so poets are free to write about any topic they wish.
A special “thank you” to the Friends of the Library for all their volunteer hours. We appreciate your support. If you’d like to become a member of the Friends of the Library and volunteer, please give us a call at 406-293-2778 for more information.