Thursday, August 5
Animal Shelter representative, Karen Duty to speak
POLSON — The Summer Reading Program at North Lake County Public Library is for everyone and all ages. You can still register. Special programs will be held on Thursday mornings starting at 10 a.m. We plan to meet in Sacajawea Park across the street from the library. If there is bad weather, the program will be held in the library. Please come wearing a mask. If attendance allows for social distancing, masks can be removed.
Get the READ SQUARED app free for both Android (Google Play) and iOS mobile (Apple) devices. The app allows you to register and easily track your activity. Program registration is also available on our website at: www.NorthLakeCountyLibrary.org. An Animal Shelter representative and Karen Duty from Hell Roaring Kennels will be the guest speakers.
Author to speak at library
POLSON — Author James L. Thane will be in the Library for his presentation: “From Glacier to Blue Deer, to Poisonville and Lakeside: A Look at Some of the Most Entertaining Mystery Novels Set in Montana” at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 5. He is the author of: “Crossroads: A Flathead Valley Mystery.” Attendance will be limited.