While we work on a reopening plan that is safe for all members of our community, we are bringing you virtual programs, online opportunities, and connection to your community.
Spring has sprung!
With spring comes new changes! As time passes and we adjust to a new normal, we are still committed to bringing you accurate information, fresh reading choices, materials for youth, and exciting resources for lifelong creativity and learning. Look for information about curbside delivery coming soon.
April 30- May 1st Support the Library you love on Give Big Day, April 30th and May 1st. Your donation of any amount will have twice the impact! In response to the temporary closing of the Library, we have shifted our priorities from in-person programming to providing new and expanded virtual resources.
Your support today will provide more copies of popular e-books and streaming movies, as well as distance learning tools for people of all ages.
Even though the Library is closed, there are still online activities that you can do for your local community and other projects across country.
Gallatin County Community Memoir Project - The Gallatin History Museum is creating a Community Memoir for the people of Gallatin County and Southwest Montana, asking residents to write a letter reflecting on their personal experiences, observations and opinions during this crisis.
LibriVox Audiobooks - Lend your voice and help LibriVox "to make all books in the public domain available, for free, in audio format on the internet." Help preserve stories and increase access to audio material for the blind and those with print disabilities.
Thanks to the Foundation for funding our new service for learning online!
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Join us online with local yoga and meditation instructor Turi Hetherington.
In this series Turi will share the 10-step protocol of iRest Yoga Nidra Meditation.
iRest is short for Integrative Restoration, a contemporary adaptation of the ancient teachings of yoga and meditation. It weaves together eastern philosophy with modern-day psychology and neuroscience to bring a sense of balance and ease to body, mind, and spirit.