Join Sophie Blackall, Brian Floca, and Susan Adrian at the 12th Annual Children's Festival of the Book! There will be book signings, workshops with the authors and illustrators, crafts, presentations, and more! Don't miss this fun family event!
Generously sponsored by the Bozeman Public Library Foundation, First Security Bank, Wells Fargo, Zoot, the Gilhousen Family Foundation, and Jane & Bill Quinn.
This year the Library is collecting food for fines during Montana State University’s Can the Griz campaign, an off-field competition between MSU and the University of Montana to see which community can collect the most donations for their local food banks.
You can take care of your fines, help the Bobcats, and support the Gallatin Valley Food Bank by bringing non-perishable food items to the Library from Saturday, November 9, through Saturday, November 23.
For questions, call the Circulation Department at 582-2408 or follow this link for more information .
You can't say we didn't warn you! No NEW requests will be processed in InterLibrary Loan from December 1st through January 1st, due to Lending Library holiday closures, mail slowdowns, and records maintenance.
· The InterLibrary Loan office is still open for renewals & questions.
· All prior requests from November will still be processed as they arrive.
· Returned materials will be sent back to the lending libraries when returned.
· ALL requests made in December will be saved and submitted as January requests (limited to 5).
Join parent coach Flora McCormick to discuss five key ways to use routines, curiosity, playful interventions, and other tools to effectively motivate your children’s improved behavior. This workshop is geared towards children ages 2-8. Flora is an Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant and Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator. No registration needed; free and open to all.
We will meet Thursday, November 21 to talk about Sweeping Up the Heart by Kevin Henkes. If you have a student interested in joining this informal book club, please contact Cindy at 582-2404 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to help plan awesome fall programs for the Library or have your ideas heard? Join our Teen Advisory Group (TAG) for our once-an-month meetings. (Membership looks really good on resumes!) Stop by for a snack and hang out with us in the Teen Study Room!
Think you have what it takes to decorate the Most Festive Cookie Ever? Are you Team Autumn Cookies or Team Christmas Cookies (or Team Wildcard Cookies)? Join us to decide who is the Cookie Master! Basic cookies and decorating supplies provided, but feel free to bring some of your own to share.
Choosing the formal structure of your business is a complex question, and there’s no one-size-fits-all solution. Take this class to learn something about the difference between a partnership, sole-proprietorship, LLC, and corporation.
Alcohol Abuse, Sexual Assault, and Violent Behavior on Campus: What Legal Responsibility Does a University Have To Protect Students from Foreseeable Injury? MSU Dean of Students Dr. Matt Caires will provide a historical overview of the concept of in loco parentis and talk about the history of the relationship between undergraduate students and their universities, how universities work to balance their responsibilities with student rights, how in loco parentis continues to evolve in the 21st century, and how all of this relates to current issues at MSU.
Resilient by Nature: Landscapes of Recovery and Renewal, an exhibit of oil paintings of regional landscapes, will be on display in the Bozeman Public Library Atrium Gallery November 1 – December 31, 2019.
Please join Barbara, local Bozeman artist and organizational consultant for social change nonprofits, for a brief talk on the process and stories behind her work. You are invited to see her work and learn from some of the organizations that protect and restore landscapes in Barbara’s paintings.
Do you knit, crochet, spin, weave, or craft in another way with yarn? Join this informal, drop-in group to meet other crafters!
At these workshops, you’ll learn how to create homemade, probiotic rich, fermented pickles and krauts, and why they can be a beneficial part of a healthy diet. Fermented foods have been proven to improve digestion and immunity, help alleviate common ailments and even help with weight loss. Registration is required on the library website.
These are hands-on workshops with Integrative Nutrition Coach Karen Mitchell. You will assemble your own jar of veggies to take home to watch ferment. Registration is required. These classes meet at 6:00 PM.
Join the Friendliest Book Club in Montana, sponsored by the Friends of Bozeman Public Library! This group reads mostly new fiction, with a short story collection, classic literature, memoir and a Young Adult novel thrown in every year. November's selection is Jacquelin Woodson's latest novel, Red at the Bone (copies available at 2nd floor Help Desk)