Monday, July 28, 2008

Critterman is coming for our Summer Reading Program!

Critterman's Creepies
Bats and spiders and snakes, oh my!

Critterman and his puppet pals unravel the myths and realities of the creepiest critters. The audience spins a web together, tries out bat sonar and snake vibration-sensing on each other, acts out and sings original "talk-back" songs with Critterman. High interaction for the kids!

Please join the fun at the Big Sky Community Library!

Wednesday, July 30th at 4:00 pm.

Monday, July 21, 2008

Music and Meanings!

The Big Sky Community Library (at Ophir School) Presents
Music of...The DupliKates and
Meanings of...Chrysti The Wordsmith!
July 30th
7:30 PM
Sponsored by "Friends of the Library"

Lone Peak High School

Initial Curriculum Guide is now available for review at the Big Sky Community Library!

Dragons are too Seldom Puppet Performance!

Markie Scholz and her madcap cast of puppet characters will drop by for a puppet show that celebrates books and reading with "The Dragon and the Doodle Bug!"
July 23
4:00 pm
Please come to the Big Sky Community Library for all the fun!

Monday, July 7, 2008

Birds of Prey are coming to the library!

The Grizzly & Wolf Discover Center will be here with 3 different birds of prey, a Great Horned Owl, the Western Screech Owl, and the Rough-legged Hawk! Join them and a naturalist for a program in the Big Sky Community Library and learn about these amazing birds.

· Date: July 16th
· Time: 4:00 pm
· Where: The Big Sky Community Library

This program is free and open to the public!

"A Journalist's Perspective on Wars in the Arab/Islamic World" with Clay Scott

Please join us at the Big Sky community Library on Wednesday, July 16th at 7:00 pm.

This presentation by veteran foreign correspondent Clay Scott will look at the work of journalists covering wars and conflicts, exploring broad questions about foreign news coverage, as well as issues specific to war reporting.

Clay Scott is a former correspondent for ABC News and Monitor Radio. He covered the Bosnian war, the 1996 Israeli invasion of Lebanon, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the war in Chechnya, and other conflicts. He won an Emmy for his coverage of the Kosovo refugee crisis.

This presentation is free and open to the public. Partial funding for the Speakers Bureau program is provided by a legislative grant from Montana’s Cultural Trust and from NEH’s “We the People” program.