Mineral County, Montana
Phone: (406) 822.3563
A Really Warm and Wonderful Place to Visit
Mineral County Public Library
READ ALL About It !
"I don't believe in colleges
and universities. I believe
in libraries because most students don't have any money. When I graduated from high school, it was during the Depression and we had no money. I couldn't go to college, so I went to the library three days a week for 10 years."
EVENTS & NEWS
There's always something going on at the Mineral County Public Library. Join us!
A World of Learning -
In Mineral County Montana
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY
Friends of the Mineral County Public Library work for the good of the library and its patrons. Their fundraisers (such as the annual Spring Fling) and other donations finance our children's programs, including the Summer Reading program, Library in the Park, the Pumpkin Decorating Contest, and Santa Claus' visit.
FRIENDS have a good time doing
a good thing. JOIN US.
Every month, third Wednesday
at Noon (12pm)
The mission of the Mineral County Public Library System is to improve the quality of life for county residents of all ages by providing materials, information services and programs that enhance and contribute to personal enrichment, life-long learning and recreational needs. Through its branches at
Superior, Alberton and St. Regis
it is the goal of the library to bring the community together by providing quality library facilities and the best in print and non-print materials to satisfy the needs of each unique community and to serve residents in the farthest reaches of Mineral County.
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Crochet and Knitting Lovers Circle (CAKLS)
Work on crocheting and knitting projects, learn about techniques from others, give advice to others, and generally have a good time.
2:00 - 3:00 pm
Downloading Audio/E Books
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Audiobooks and Adobe® Digital Editions For Adobe eBooks. Check out with your library card #.
Ray Bradbury, American Author
LIBRARY'S ADULT READING GROUP
THE BEES RECEIVES BOOKS
Bainbridge, WA, Author Carol Cassella is the latest Northwest Author
who has donated books to the Mineral County Library ~ three novels (Oxygen, Healer & Gemini). She sent them
to our Library Book Group (The Bees), who met Carol through Author Susan Wiggs, who has also donated books to our Library
!!! Thank you, ladies. Read article...
^ Authors Carol Cassella, Susan Wiggs, Suzanne Selfors & Lynn Brunelle donate books to MCPL.
GIFT CARD TODAY & you support your local library !
$2 ea. | 3 for $5 | $30 box
We Love Our Friends of the Library / Volunteers. Call us today and ask how you can become a member of the Friends of the Library or Donate to our Cause !
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~ BENEFIT OUR LIBRARY
THANKS FOR JOINING US last October for our annual Pumpkin Decorating Contest. A great time was had by all. Thanks participants
0-2 yrs old – Scariest: Kori P. Funniest – Mataea S.
3-5 yrs old – Scariest: Karissa
P., Funniest: Will D.
6-9 yrs old – Scariest: Austin K.; Funniest: Conrad T.
10 & above – Scariest: Emily K.;
Funniest: Zoe K.
Best Pumpkin of All: Ella D.
Join us for some good reading, lots of fun and some adventure as part of the Library's Book Reading Group The Bees. We meet at the main Library in Superior every Thursday.
2:00 - 3:00 pm
Thanks all who braved the unusually hot day to buy books from us at the Superior Car Show June 4th. Your purchase helps fund Summer
June 2016 Book Sale & Car Show:
FUNDS Raised for 2016 Summer Reading Program
More than 70 people came to the Susan Wiggs reading on Aug 27th. Susan's one of our favorite authors! We're glad she came.Check out her book !!
WELCOME Connie Acker, new Alberton Branch Librarian - replacing Danna Fitzwillians. Note: new branch hours.
0-2 yrs old –
3-5 yrs old –
6-9 yrs old –
10 & above –
Thanks all who came to see Agatha award-winning writer Leslie Budewitz on Feb 11th.
Thanks to all who joined us
"We had 13 of the prettiest and tastiest pies you've ever seen!" 1st: Melissa Tuckerman / Chocolate Caramel
Cream; 2nd Debbie Kelsey / Huckleberry; and 3rd to The Wilsons / Southern Sweet Potato Pie.
Friends of the Library
SUMMER READING PROGRAM GREAT SUCCESS: Tuesdays at the Park. Ended July 18th with a Pool Party. Plus, Teen Summer
Reading Program (SRP) was held Wednesdays at 1 pm and Adult Group met Saturdays at Noon. .
THANKS to all who joined us at the Car Show near the Masonic Lodge for our June 4th Book Sale / Annual Fundraiser !
We celebrated the freedom to read during Banned Books Week Sept. 24th thru the 30th.
< TALK LIKE PIRATE DAY
The Library's Solar Eclipse Viewing Party on August 21st was a great event. Thank you all for coming.
Pumpkin Party Winners
Thanks all who came & volunteered. Pumpkin Party Decorating Overall Winners on Saturday: Ella D. - Best Pumpkin
& Braelynn M. Best Costume.
Nov. 13 Author Visit
Thanks Author Robin Gainey and all who joined us Monday, Nov 13th for a book signing and talk at the Library.
POTLUCK & ORNAMENTS
Friends of the Library invite you to their annual Potluck & Ornament Exchange Thurs., Dec. 21st at the
Library. Also the Winter Solstice. Good times for all !
Craft & Book Sale Success
Thanks to those who joined us Dec
2nd for the Craft Bazaar and Book Sale. Soup, Santa, Handmade Soap. All great! See you next year.