MAY IS GET CAUGHT READING MONTH
MAY IS GET CAUGHT READING MONTH
The mission of the Roosevelt County Library System is to provide free and convenient access to the world of ideas, information and the creative experience to all people in the area served by the Library and to all people using the Library.
Online story time with Janet Livingston.
Today’s book is Hippo Goes Bananas! By Marjorie Dennis Murray.
Enjoy the video and share with your friends and family so, more people can watch it too.
Beth Hekkel, Chairperson
Gloria Mason, Vice-Chairperson
Helen Welte , Trustee
Perry Lilley Sr., Board Member
DO YOU WANT TO SUPPORT THE LIBRARY?
We are looking for 1 new board member (Poplar). If you are interested, please call Janet Livingston (653-2411) or talk to Beth Hekkel (787-5561)
NEXT MEETING: MAY, 15TH AT 10AM (via Zoom)
We're offering a summer reading program, "Tails and Tales" to the children of our community to encourage them to read for pleasure during the summer and to retain their reading skills.
Many stories, crafts and more fun.
The program is for children from First Grade through Seventh Grade.
Starts on Tuesday June 29th and ends on July 27th.
If you have any question, call us (406) 653-2411 and talk to Sheila Dunn or Janet Livingston.
THE MOONLIGHT CHILD
BY KAREN McQUESTION
DISCUSSION MEETING DAY
THURSDAY - MAY, 13TH - 6H30PM (AT THE LIBRARY)
If you're interested in joining, call or come by to talk to Janet.
Our book club is free to the public for adults from 18 years old and up. They meet the second Thursday of the month from September to June.
The Roosevelt County Library will be drawing at the end of May, 3 brand new books for kids (grades 1 - 12).
Leave your name with the librarians and the name of the books you have read recently for a CHANCE to WIN!
The prizes are:
* CARS LOOK AND FIND - By Disney Pixar
* BIG NATE, A GOOD OLD-FASHIONED WEDGIE - By Lincoln Peirce
* EVERY THING, EVERY THING - By Nicola Yoon
Janet Livingston (Director)
Miracle Spotted Wolf
DO YOU HAVE A QUESTION?
The librarians are available to answer your questions and to assist you in person, by phone (406) 653-2411 or email.
Unlimited access to hundreds of magazines in electronic format via the MontanaLibrary2Go platform.
To download titles, go to Libby app or web browser and borrow with a valid library card & PIN.
* No limit on number of magazines to checkout
* Back issues available from June 2018 forward
* Simultaneous use for titles, no holds
* Borrow magazines for 7, 14, 21 days
* Renews allowed within 3 days of titles expiration
* Early returns allowed
What is Wi-Fi hotspot?
It is a device that allows you to connect your device (e.g. laptop, smartphones, tablets, etc.) to the Internet. The hotspot is portable so you can connect your device almost wherever you go.
Who can borrow? Check if you are eligible
- Patron must have a valid Library Card
- Be on REGULAR ADULT status
- No fines or fees pending
- 18 years old or older
LOAN PERIOD: 14 DAYS - NO RENEWALS
Ask the librarians if you have any question.
There are so many ways to support our mission. Contact us to find out more about volunteer opportunities, fundraising events, and ways to get our message to your friends and family.
220 2nd Avenue South, Wolf Point, Montana 59201, United States
09:00 am – 05:00 pm
WiFi accessible during business hours.
We are closed on all government holidays.
PH: (406) 787-5275
P.O. Box 415
Culbertson, MT 59218
Open Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 11:00 - 5:00
PH: (406) 766-2492
101 2nd St N
Froid, MT 59226
Open Monday, Tuesday, & Thursday 11:00-5:00
James E. Shanley Tribal Library
PH: (406) 768-6340
604 Assiniboine ST
Poplar, MT 59255
Open Monday-Thursday 8:00-5:00 and Friday 8:00-3:00
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