June 16, 2017 (Helena, MT)—Libraries aren’t just for kids during the summer. Your Lewis & Clark Library has a host of events planned during July just for adults. All programing and event information is available online at lclibrary.org.
On July 9th at 2PM, the Library will host, “Afternoon with the Author Russell Rowland.” Russell Rowland was born and raised in Montana and has published three novels, In Open Spaces, The Watershed Years and High and Inside. In Open Spaces was called ’a novel of muted elegance’ by the New York Times, and both of the ensuing novels were finalists for the High Plans Book Award. His most recent book, Fifty-Six Counties: A Montana Journey, is the result of his travels to every county in Montana, interviewing people around the state about the history, and about what’s happening now. Mr. Rowland lives in Billings, where he teaches and consults with other writers.
On July 13th at 6PM the Adulting is Hard series continues with How to Use a Map & Compass with FWP and BOW. Join the group on July 20th for a tour of Blackfoot River Brewing Company.
The Lewis & Clark Library Ukulele Jam Sessions with the Helena Ukulele Club continues their fun on Monday, July 31 from 6-8 PM. Any one 12 years and older is welcome to join this free ukulele program. During July the group will continue to work on a club songbook, so bring your favorite ukulele tunes to share. Music will also be provided for the program for pick up during the month at the Information desk before July 31st, 2017. Please bring your own instrument for the program.
Looking for fun for the whole family, join us for Game Night on Tuesday, July 25 from 6-8 PM
This monthly event is open to all ages so drop in anytime between 6-8 PM on the fourth Tuesday of the month. We have a LOT of board games! You are welcome to bring your own, too.
Book Discussion groups will continue to meet through July:
Books & Brews: 5:30 PM, Red Atlas Coffee Shop, 400 Euclid Ave. July 17: The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
Great Books Group: 7 PM, Mezzanine Meeting Room. July 5: A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole
Premier Book Group: 7 PM, Mezzanine Meeting Room. July 6: I heard the Owl Call My Name by Margaret Craven