Mondays - CLOSED
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays 10 am- 8 pm
Fridays & Saturdays 10 am - 6 pm
Sundays 1pm - 5pm
*The Great Falls Public Library is open Sundays from 1:00 - 5:00 pm seasonally October 2nd through May 21st*
The Great Falls Public Library will be closed on Tuesday, Nov. 8 for Election Day. It will also be closed on Friday, November 11 in honor or Veterans’ Day. Finally, the library will be closed Thursday, November 24 and Friday, November 25 in recognition of Thanksgiving.
AAUW USED BOOK SALE 2016
Since 1959, the Great Falls Branch of the American Association of University Women Book Sale has provided funds to support local AAUW projects.
Proceeds from the Book Sale support the Branch’s scholarships, donations to local libraries, HANDS and the Branch’s Centennial Endowment fund.
The book sale will be held on the third floor of the Library.
Wednesday, October 19 12-7 $2.00 at checkout
$2.00 per book
Thursday, October 20 12-7
Friday, October 21 12-5
Saturday, October 22 11-5
Sunday, October 23 1-3
Auction ends on Sunday, October 23
Half Price Sale Days
Wednesday, October 26 12-7
Thuraday, October 27 12-7
Friday, October 28 12-5
Saturday, October 29 11-5
Sunday, October 30 1-4
Greasing the Wheels of Gratitude
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, the Great Falls Public Library welcomes back by popular demand Greasing the Wheels of Gratitude presented by Alice Kestler on Thursday, November 3, 7:00 pm. This program is free and open to the public. Attendance is capped at 15. You can register by either calling 453-0349 or stopping by the 2nd floor Information Desk.
Alice will walk people through techniques for making their own gratitude beads. Necessary tools and supplies will be provided. Along with sharing bead making techniques, Alice will also talk about the history and variety of prayer beads, upon which this practice is originally based. In this case, however, the focus of the beads will be on developing a daily practice of gratitude. It is not associated with a particular church, synagogue, or religion, but rather is focused on the personal practice of reflecting gratitude in one’s life. This is a technique that is incorporated in many positive life philosophies.
Little Free Libraries
Made possible by a grant from NeighborWorks Great Falls, funding from Friends of the Great Falls Public Library, hours of building and painting by numerous volunteers, and book donations from our community
In October the library is hosting an art exhibit by Studio 706 Artists’ Guild. The exhibit will include a variety of mediums: paintings in both oil and acrylic; drawings, sculptures, assorted 3-dimensional pieces, and photographs.
Studio 706, a nonprofit artist’s guild, was founded in 1997 to promote fine art, expose the community to local artists, teach and enrich local artists, and provide scholarships. The guild offers classes, mentoring, studio privileges, and exhibition opportunities to artists working in a variety of media. In addition it provides scholarships to Cascade County high school seniors planning to pursue art studies in college. In 2008, Studio 706 awarded $1500 in college scholarships. This money is primarily raised from the Guild’s art sales. Membership to the Guild is open at a nominal cost. For more information on the guild, call 452-5771.
Page Forward Saturdays continues on Saturday, November 12, 10:00 am with a discussion of Red Rover by Deirdre McNamer. This group focuses on books by Montana authors or about Montana. The highly acclaimed Red Rover tells the story of three Montana men who get swept up in the machinations of World War II and its fateful aftermath.
Page Forward Tuesdays continues on Tuesday, November 22, 7:00 pm with a discussion of Murder in Grub Street by Bruce Alexander. This is the second installment of the Sir John Fielding Mystery Series.
Books for both the Page Forward groups are available for check out three weeks prior to each discussion.