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POLSON — Mondays mean Mother Goose. Join us at 9:15 a.m. Mother Goose is geared toward ages 0 to 3, but all are welcome. We encourage parents and caregivers to participate with their children for this early learning time. The doors open at 9 a.m. We will practice social distancing. Face masks are recommended but not required.
We are excited to present, “Meet the Library Apps,” hosted by our Technology Librarian Sierra Ross, on Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 3 p.m. Come meet Sierra and the library’s collection of websites and apps providing eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, and more. Sierra will introduce you to seven unique digital resources and how to access them on your devices. Whether you’ve dabbled in the apps before or don’t know where to begin, this program will help you explore new ways to take the library home and on the go.
The Cat-Griz Food Drive to benefit the Polson Loaves and Fish Food Pantry will be held in the library through Nov. 20. We have a Griz cart and a Bobcat cart and the team with the most pounds donated wins bragging rights. Show your team and community spirit and help us drive out hunger.
The library will be closed for Veterans’ Day Thursday, Nov. 11. We will reopen on Friday, Nov. 12, at 9 a.m.
The library has a Starry Sky Project STEM Kit available for checkout. The Montana Learning Center in Helena is launching the statewide Starry Sky Survey Project, which is part of a larger effort to track light pollution globally. Anyone 18 or older with a library card in good standing can check out the kit, take measurements, and upload findings to the international database “Globe at Night.”