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Harlem Library The Book Challenge for August is to read a book set in another time. If you have completed the July Book Challenge be sure to notify the library so you may be entered to win a gift certificate from a local business. All participants...

 

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Harlem Library The Harlem Library Board meets today at 4:15 for its July meeting. The library is now requiring everyone ages 5 and older to wear masks when entering the library in accordance with Governor Bullock’s directives for counties with 4...

 

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Harlem Library The Book Challenge for July is to read a book that features nonhuman characters. Children, teens and adults are reminded to let the library know the number of books/minutes read for Summer Reading by Aug. 7 to earn prizes and to be...

 

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Harlem Library The Harlem Public Library and Montana Dept. of Justice are hosting a Missing Indigenous Task Force Community Listening Session July 16, 3:00-4:30 P.M. via Zoom. This free session is open to all community members who are interested in...

 

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Harlem Library The Book Challenge for July is to read a book that features nonhuman characters. Summer Reading continues with Storytime in the Park every Tuesday at 10 A.M. Children should be accompanied by an adult and bring a blanket to sit on. Chi...

 

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Harlem Library The library will be closed Friday, July 3, in observance of Independence Day. The Book Challenge for July is to read a book that features nonhuman characters. If you have completed the June Book Challenge contact the library so your...

 

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Harlem Library The library board will hold its monthly meeting today at 4:15 in the library meeting room. The Book Challenge for June is to read an original or retelling of a fairy tale. Summer Reading Story Time in the Park continues every Tuesday a...

 

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Harlem Library There is still time to join the summer reading program. Kids of all ages are welcome to Storytime in the Park Tuesday mornings at 10 A.M. Children must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Bring a blanket to sit on. Everyone of all age...

 

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Harlem Library “Imagine Your Story” is Summer Reading theme. Children of all ages are invited to join Storytime in the Park every Tuesday at 10 A.M. Children must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Each family is asked to bring a blanket to...

 

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Harlem Library The library is open to the public under Phase II guidelines. Please see the posted signs, library column, Facebook page, or website at www.harlempubliclibrary.org for details. Summer Reading begins this week! Readers of all ages are...

 

HARLEM CITY COUNCIL

Monday, June 8, 2020 • 6 P.M., Harlem City Hall The regular monthly meeting for the City of Harlem will be held on Monday, April 13, 2020 at 6:00 p.m., in City Council chambers at Harlem City Hall. The public is encouraged and invited to attend. Pl...

 

CHINOOK PUBLIC SCHOOL Meeting Agenda

TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 2020, at 7:30 P.M. - REGULAR MEETING AGENDA At this meeting the board takes official action on agenda items. Items of information and discussion may be placed on the agenda, so the board has an opportunity to solicit input from the...

 

CHINOOK CITY COUNCIL

June 9, 2020, at 7 P.M. - REGULAR MEETING AGENDA The City Council meets at 6:30 to review the monthly claims and reports. *Minor agenda changes may occur prior to the council meeting date, but no changes will be made after the required 48 hour public...

 

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Harlem Library The Harlem Library Board meets today, May 27, at 4:15 in the library meeting room. Summer Reading begins June 2, 10 A.M. in the city park for children of all ages accompanied by an adult parent/guardian. The theme this year is...

 

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Harlem Library The library is open regular hours with restrictions under Phase 1 guidelines. Please see our website at harlempubliclibrary.org or our Facebook page for details. We are still offering curbside services to those who do not wish to...

 

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Harlem Library The library continues to operate under Phase I reopening restrictions. Our doors are open to the public but we ask that you observe the guidelines posted. If you would rather not enter the building we are still providing curbside...

 

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Harlem Library The library continues to serve the public under Phase I guidelines of Montana’s reopening. Please refer to our website www.harlempubliclibrary.org or our Facebook page for the details. May’s Book Challenge is to read a book...

 

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Harlem Library The library is in Phase I of the state’s reopening as directed by Governor Bullock. Please see this week’s column for the details. If you have completed April’s reading challenge to read a book with a name in the title please...

 

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Harlem Library The Book Challenge for April is to read a book with a name in the title. We are continuing curbside services so call if you need to check out materials. Also you may call if you need to have copies made, to FAX, or to use a computer. R...

 

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Harlem Library The Book Challenge for April is to read a book with a name in the title. Remember to complete the census form. You may do this online at my2020census.gov, by phone at 844-330-2020 or on the paper form that should arrive in April. Keep...

 

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Harlem Library The library continues to be closed to the public. Please call, email, or message us on Facebook with you questions, requests for materials, or just to touch base. We will deliver your materials curbside. Check out our Facebook page...

 

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Harlem Library The Harlem Library continues to be closed to the public following the governor’s orders for social distancing. You may contact the library to check out materials and we will deliver them to you curbside. Also if you need access to th...

 

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Harlem Library The Harlem Public Library is closed to the public until March 31. Please see the Harlem Library News column for details. Montana Veteran Affairs The Montana Veterans Affairs Division - Havre office - regrets our Outreach for the month...

 

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Harlem Library The Book Challenge for March is to read a book about religion, either fiction or nonfiction. This month marks the beginning of the 2020 Census. You may complete your survey form at my2020census.gov. The library has computers set aside...

 

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Harlem Library Book Club members may pick up a copy of the new selection “Born a Crime” this week. The first discussion will be Mar. 16, 4 P.M. The library will be closed Mar. 13 because of the Seed Show. The Book Challenge for Mar. is to read a...

 

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