July 9, 12noon Join the Friends of the Library for the start of the 19th annual Lemonade on the Lawn event at the Libby library. Stop by for some great songs and stories of work in America with Bill Rossiter. You can purchase hamburgers/cheeseburgers & chips for only $4.00, or bring your own bag lunch. Lemonade is free.
July 10, 7pm Birds of Northwest Montana at Libby High School. Libby High School biology teacher Gene Reckin will share his collection of local bird specimens and talk about their anatomy, physiology, special adaptations, and the physics of flight, migration, ecology, and identification. Visitors are asked to enter the building through the double doors that face Education Way by the practice field.
July 11, 10am-5pm The Libby Friends of the Library are having a book sale. The entrance is on Main St across from the post office. Stop by and check out the books, movies, and music cds. It’s a great way to support your library.
July 12, 2pm Book talk and signing. John Herrmann has just released a new novel, “Everybody Comes to the Red Dog”. He will visit the library to share how the novel came to be, read a selection, and answer questions.
July 17, 5:15pm Forest and Fire Ecology. Nikia Hernandez, Libby District Fire Management Officer of the Kootenai National Forest, will speak about the local fire history and ecology, as well as the impact fuel reduction activities can have on a wildfire event.
July 23, 12noon Join the Friends of the Library for the 19th annual Lemonade on the Lawn event at the Libby library. Becky Timmons will be entertaining guests with “Forest Service Look Outs: Then and Now”. You can purchase refreshments or bring your own bag lunch. Lemonade is free.
July 24, 5:15pm the Elements of Filmmaking: Robbie Newman, of local production company Shadowhouse Films, will introduce you to the basics of making your own movies.
July 31, 5:15pm The Science of Libby Dam. Cody Barrick will describe the construction of Libby Dam and explain the process of hydropower generation.