We are pleased to announce the grand opening of our new Labyrinth on June 27th at 11:00 am, located just off the trail between the Library and Peet’s Hill parking lot. The eight-circuit, 52-ft diameter Labyrinth is comprised of reclaimed granite cobble, Montana sandstone, and creeping thyme. Native plantings and landforms create privacy for Labyrinth […]
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Because summer slide isn’t playground equipment
Library programs keep young minds engaged Walk into The Bozeman Public Library this summer and you’ll likely hear the children before you see them. Giggles, excited questions, and the happy buzz of little minds at work will fill the Children’s Room as they gather for our annual summer reading program. Last year more than 3,000 […]
SymBozium #2: The Economics of Immigration: Boon or Bust?
We are pleased to announce the second in our civil discourse series called SymBozium, presented by the Bozeman Public Library. The Economics of Immigration: Boon or Bust? April 2, 20197:00 pmThe Emerson’s Crawford Theater DACA, migrant caravans, undocumented workers, merit-based immigration. Few issues are more divisive in the United States today than immigration reform. Even […]