September 25, 7pm Please join us at the Maki Theater as Mary Jane Bradbury brings to life the extraordinary story of 19th century Montanan Jeanette Rankin, the first woman elected to the U.S. Congress. Bradbury is a scholar and actress who brings history to life for audiences of all ages. The event is free to the public.
October 2, 7pm Please join us at the Maki Theater as we introduce Diane Sands who will present “Taking Action: A Political History of Women in Montana.” “Taking Action” surveys the political role of Montana women from 1914 through 1972. Sands has served eight years as a member of the Montana House of Representatives. The event is free to the public.
October 14 – October 25: The Troy public library will be presenting an exhibit on the country of Turkey, courtesy of Troy teacher Nia Vestal. If you’ve ever been curious about the ancient Eastern Roman empire or the Ottoman Empire, stop by and take a look. There’s a lot of exciting history and art to learn about. The library will also have a wide selection of books and audio books by Turkish authors to check out.