Communities Matter @ your Library during National Library Week. Stop by NVPL this week and find out how the library supports your community. Today, we will be serving coffee and treats from local businesses. Tomorrow, grab a packet of seeds from the Stevensville Community Garden. Bring your little one to an engaging storytime (Tuesday & Wednesday @ 10:30) or practice your Spanish language skills at our weekly Spanish Conversation Group (Wednesday @ 6:00). All week, let us know how the library can improve this community and enter your name for tickets to the upcoming production of Wizard of Oz at the Stevensville Community Playhouse or a gift certificate to area businesses. We hope to see you at the library!
The Herb Chat scheduled for today at 12:00 has been cancelled. Sincere apologies from your library and the Outlaw Herbalist. Check back next month on Tuesday, April 9 at 12:00 for a herb seed swap. Just in time for spring!
We’re celebrating all things Irish this month, at the library! Stop in at 12:00 today to view a free film steeped in Irish folklore. A 10 year old girl is sent to live with her grandparents in a small fishing village in Donegal, Ireland and learns the legends of her ancestors. This is a great film for the entire family. Contact the library for title information at 777-5061.
The snow is falling and it feels like winter once again. What better time to bring your family to the library to learn how animals live in the cold and snowy Montana winters. In collaboration with Ranger Bob Danley from Lee Metcalf, the Montana Natural History Museum and the Teller Wildlife Refuge, the library will host enriching activity stations such as animal track mysteries and winter poem writing. Make a snow globe to take home! This event is free and all ages are welcome to participate. Tonight from 5:00-6:30 PM in the community room.
Contact Caitlin at 777-5061.
Join us this Thursday, February 28 from 5:00-6:30 for a special Family Literacy Night with guest, Ranger Bob, from Lee Metcalf Refuge. Discover activities for all ages featuring how animals live during the winter months. Explore animal tracks and hibernation techniques; read stories and poems about winter; and create a snow globe to take home. This is a free educational event that is important for literacy development, science enrichment and will help create an early love for the library. We hope you will join us for this fun and educational evening. Contact Caitlin @ 777-5061.
Sponsored by the Montana Natural History Museum, Teller Wildlife Refuge and Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge.
NVPL apologizes for the inconvenience in cancelling Music Makers; we know how important consistency is to your little one’s early literacy learning. Music Makers will be back with a rejuvenated program in February with songs of love for friends and family. See you on Tuesday, February 5th at 10:30. Contact Caitlin a (406)777-5061.
The winter newsletter is here! Stop into the library to get your free copy, or read it online by clicking here.
Come to the library and add a little intrigue and suspense to these dark winter nights. NVPL will be hosting its first Film Noir festival beginning tomorrow evening at 6:00 p.m. followed by screenings every Friday through the month of January. Tomorrow, join fellow film lovers in the community room to watch a screening of an iconic Film Noir classic starring Humphry Bogart and Mary Astor. We hope to see you at the library! Questions? Contact (406)777-5061.
Our friends at MAPS Media Institute created this video for us. Check it out!
Do you have old window screens cluttering up your garage or basement? Please consider donating them to the library. We’ll use them in the windows upstairs in an effort to get some air moving downstairs. Thank you!