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Blaine County Journal


November 20, 2019

Plan ahead, 28th Annual Hassle Free Christmas Program will be Tuesday December 3rd at 7:00 p.m. As always we will have demonstrations, the Bell Choir will perform and we will have plenty of goodies to eat.

The Blaine County Library Board of Trustees will meet Monday November 25th at 4:00 p.m. in the library meeting room.

Blaine County Library will be closed Thursday November 28th in observance of Thanksgiving. We will also be closed Friday November 29th, but you can find us at the Christmas stroll where we will be collaborating with Buhmann Apiaries.

The display table for November is filled with a variety of cookbooks. Stop in and take a look and gobble up a good book!

We have two non-fiction books ready this week. "The Best Gift: Montana's Carnegie Libraries" by Kate Hampton, an architectural historian and photographer Tom Ferris. Between 1901 and 1922 seventeen Montana communities built libraries with money given to them by the era's richest man, Andrew Carnegie. Fifteen of those libraries stand today, including the one in Chinook, which is now home to Bear Paw Cooperative. Many of us have fond memories of the television show Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. In "Exactly as You Are" author Shea Tuttle looks at Fred Rogers's life, the people and places that made him who he was, and his work through Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. She pays particular attention to his faith-because Fred Rogers was a deeply spiritual person, ordained by his church with a one-of-a-kind charge: to minister to children and families through television.

New fiction this week includes "The Starless Sea" by Erin Morgenstern is a timeless love story set in a secret underground world-a place of pirates, painters, lovers, liars, and ships that sail upon a starless sea. Adventure, danger, and romance set in the Grand Canyon of 1871 is what you will find when you check out the book "A Distance too Grand" by Regina Scott. "One More River to Cross" by Jane Kirkpatrick is a historical novel that plunges you deep into a landscape of challenge, where fear and courage go hand in hand for a story of friendship, family, and hope that will remind you of what truly matters in times of trial.

The Art of Racing in the Rain and Angry Birds 2 are new movies available this week.

There is always something going on at the library. Check us out on Facebook or look us up on our website at http: for up to date information about what's going on!


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