We can’t believe how quickly Summer Reading Program is going by! Don’t forget to stop by the Library before we wrap things up to catch the rest of our programs for the adult section.
Tonight (6/18) at 6 PM, we’re learning all about tea. The wonderful crew from Forgotten Willow will stop by to teach us how to make a cup of tea and give us an overview of the history and art of tea-making. Registration for this program is full, but feel free to drop by and ask about last-minute cancellations.
Next week, on Thursday, July 6 at 6 PM, a meteorologist from Great Falls is coming to visit. He’ll talk about how weather works, unique weather events in Central Montana, and a little about fire weather, too. Bring your questions, and don’t forget to enter into the door prize drawing for free weather radios!
The last adult program of the season will be an open mic night for your stories about UFOs and extraterrestrials. Our very own Drew is running this one. Please contact him for more information about time limits, signups, and guidelines. Last year, our most popular program was “UFOs and Extraterrestrials in Montana” with Humanities Montana speaker Joan Bird. We’ve heard from a lot of you that you’d like to see another program in this vein, so you might want to show up early for this event to make sure you have a seat.
The grand finale for our Summer Reading Program this year is a free pool and slides day for all ages on Saturday, July 15, opening at 1 PM. We’ll have free popsicles!
And finally, don’t forget to turn in your tickets at the end of the summer! We have great prizes for all ages, from a LEGO pirate ship for youth participants to rodeo and tickets for adults. Please contact the Library to learn more about deadlines and how to enter drawings.