We are happy to announce the Stay Home and Read a Book Ball will be held Saturday, October 3, 2020 as an alternative to an in-person fundraising event. It’s an un-Gala, if you will, and a fun way to raise money for the Library when it’s safer to stay home. You are invited to participate […]
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Art exhibit to benefit the Labyrinth
A new art show, “Erosion,” by David Kingman is now on display through August 28th in the Bozeman Public Library Atrium Gallery. Forces of natural erosion—wind, water, glaciers, waves—have sculpted the incredible mountains and streams that Kingman has captured in his oil paintings. But in the past few months, in this unsettling time, other forces […]
Summer with your Library
What a cheerful sight it is to see our community returning to the Library following its closure. A recent walk around the campus revealed small groups of people doing yoga in the park, participating in Storytime on the front lawn, browsing the Most Wanted Books, and returning materials. While summer 2020 is far from business […]