The Libby library will host “Tech Thursday” through the month of January. Did you receive a cool gadget for Christmas and can’t figure it out? Want to learn more about the technology you have? The answers are at Tech Thursday where the Libby library is offering FREE help every Thursday from 2-5pm. Can’t make it? The Libby library will also be available for help Saturday, January 24th from 10-1pm.
Friday, January 9, 10am-5pm Libby library: 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.
January 14, 6pm at Cabinet Mountain Brewery (Libby): The Lincoln County Libraries in partnership with Hometown Humanities is bringing a thought-provoking speaker/discussion series, “Race in Montana,” in which we discuss race relations and how they have shaped Montana. Each presentation will focus on a particular ethnic group—exploring their history and culture—to gain a better understanding of their perspective as Montanans. The series will start with “Blackfeet Worldview” with speakers Darnell and Smokey Rides at the Door.
January 20, 5:30pm, National Hotel Building, Eureka: Join Audra Loyal of “The Vespiary Book Restoration & Bindery” as she presents the evolution of the book as object, its importance as a means of communication, the differences between physical and digital reading, and the proliferation of book-arts in the modern era. After the discussion, there will be a book binding workshop.
If you’re interested in becoming a library volunteer, please stop by the library and ask how to start. It’s a great way to meet new friends and give back to your community.