Wednesday, April 18
Library celebrates National Poetry Month
POLSON — April is National Poetry Month which is the largest literary celebration in the world. North Lake County Public Library is celebrating with “Black-Out Poetry.” Millions of readers, students, teachers, librarians, and, of course, poets, mark poetry’s important place in our lives and culture. Drop in anytime in April for an experience creating “Black-Out Poetry!”
Examine Montana’s anti-Muslim movement
POLSON — Flathead Reservation Human Rights Coalition and Montana Human Rights Network present Travis McAdam: “Separating Fact from Fiction: Examining Montana’s Anti-Muslim Movement.” The public is invited at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 18, at the Polson Library Conference Room. Written questions only; contact 406-745-4259 for further information.
Join the Polson Community Dance
POLSON — Thank you to the new couples who attended our last Wednesday dance. We hope you enjoyed it and will come back. Our next dance is on Wednesday, April 18, from 7-10 p.m. at the Elks on Main Street. Everyone is welcome. Dance to the Waltz, Two Step, Swing, Cha-Cha, etc., with Ken’s Country Combo Band. Wear casual attire. The price is $5 per person. Snacks are provided at break and drinks are available at the bar. Again, this would be a great time to get out and meet new friends, socialize with old ones and dance or listen to a good mix of Classic Country and a little '50s and '60s rock. For those who don’t know, we have a birthday celebration for anyone who has a birthday during the month, on the third Wednesday. All who attend and would like to be included in the celebration please let Betty Carter or Ellen Achenbaugh know and we will see that your name is on the cake for the right month. (No day or year is required.) Hope to see you there.
Participate in free Quickbooks II workshop
RONAN —Keep your company’s financial data complete by learning Quickbooks Pro on Wednesday, April 18, at Lake County Community Development Corporation, 407 Main St. SW. You’ll learn: transaction entries; working with balance sheets; understanding other current liabilities; fixed assets and depreciation; setting up long-term liabilities; equity and petty cash accounts. We’ll also discuss inventory tracking, budgeting and cash flow, custom fields, and integrating with MS Office. This level II class is for Quick- Books users who are already familiar with the basics and want to improve their skills. Join us for this free class to learn the Quickbooks skills you need for your business to succeed.