Happenings 4-20-2016


Nancy Watts-Historical Librarian
The featured photo above is of Lewistown, Montana. Parade with firemen on Janeaux Street (500 block). The building on the left is the early Presbyterian Church built 1893 and torn down in 1952. It was located on the corner of 5th Avenue South and Janeaux Street. The building in the background is the 2nd Lincoln School on 6th Avenue South. It was built in 1912 and torn down in 1949 and replaced by the Lincoln School that is there today (2016). Photo00501 Lewistown Public Library.

LaVonne Limpus-Circulations Manager, Nonfiction and Inter library loan Librarian-

Your Nonfiction selection is growing and so is our seed starting demonstration. Come and see the radishes, basil, cucumbers and more and get books and information on making your garden sensational this year.

New to Your Nonfiction Collection-

The Abundance by Annie Dillard
Rising Strong by Brene’ Brown Ph.D LMSW
Rightful Heritage by Franklin D Roosevelt
The Land of America by Douglas Brinkley

Friends of the Library/The Book Station

We had a great turnout for our first “Second Wednesday Sale.” From the moment we opened the door until we closed,
the people came! Positive comments were made by virtually everyone who stopped in to shop. It is obvious that the
Lewistown community is very appreciative of our library and the work done by the Friends to support it. Let’s spread
the word!!! -Donna Phillips

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