Mineral County, Montana
Phone: (406) 822.3563
A Really Warm and Wonderful Place to Visit
Mineral County Public Library
READ ALL About It !
"I don't believe in colleges
and universities. I believe
in libraries because most students don't have any money. When I graduated from high school, it was during the Depression and we had no money. I couldn't go to college, so I went to the library three days a week for 10 years."
EVENTS & NEWS
There's always something going on at the Mineral County Public Library. Join us!
A World of Learning -
In Mineral County Montana
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY
Friends of the Mineral County Public Library work for the good of the library and its patrons. Their fundraisers (such as the annual Spring Fling) and other donations finance our children's programs, including the Summer Reading program, Library in the Park, the Pumpkin Decorating Contest, and Santa Claus' visit.
FRIENDS have a good time doing
a good thing. JOIN US.
Every month, third Friday
The mission of the Mineral County Public Library System is to improve the quality of life for county residents of all ages by providing materials, information services and programs that enhance and contribute to personal enrichment, life-long learning and recreational needs. Through its branches at
Superior, Alberton and St. Regis
it is the goal of the library to bring the community together by providing quality library facilities and the best in print and non-print materials to satisfy the needs of each unique community and to serve residents in the farthest reaches of Mineral County.
Book cupcakes. Yum !
Talk to us on Facebook.
Crochet and Knitting Lovers Circle (CAKLS)
Work on crocheting and knitting projects, learn about techniques from others, give advice to others, and generally have a good time.
2:00 - 3:00 pm
Downloading Audio/E Books
Ray Bradbury, American Author
EVERYONE WINS WITH
SUMMER READING PROGRAM
Pool Party for all who joined. Summer of 2014
Photos on Facebook.
UNTIL next year !
Buddy Reader K-2*
Self Reader K-2*
Special Mention Book Reports
Alexea Kelsey, Zoe Kelsey, Molly Patko and Lanie
* $20 Prizes were awarded to these youth ~ from Friends of the Library
FREE Online Tutoring & Test Prep
+ Resume Assistance & More
2014 PUMPKIN DECORATING CONTEST GOES PERFECTLY
FUN FOR ALL
who attended the October 29th Pumpkin Decorating Contest on the County Library lawn in Superior, Montana. Pumpkins,
prizes and treats were provided thanks to Friends of the Library. Stay tuned for names of Prize Winners. Meanwhile, you
can see the fun from our annual event with our Facebook pix !
READING GROUP RECEIVES BOOKS !!
Bainbridge, WA, Author Carol Cassella has donated to the Library three novels (Oxygen,
Healer & Gemini). Our Library Book Group
Authors Carol Cassella, Susan Wiggs, Suzanne Selfors & Lynn Brunelle donate books to MCPL.
THANK YOU all who joined us for the 2015 "Spring Fling" Library Fundraiser. The April 25th book,
raffle & bake sale on raised $900+ for our programs.
2015 SPRING FLING Fundraising SUCCESS!
GIFT CARD TODAY & you support your local library !
for sale -
$2 per card, 3 cards for $5, or
$30 a box.
COME PLAY a game of CHECKERS on our on our new handcrafted board made
BORED ? New Board
Games at the Library !
NEW PATRON PLATFORM
Library Director Guna Chaberek says the staff
is still getting up to speed on the new Enterprise platform, which gives Patron Users more functions, such as the ability to refine
searches by availability, creating book lists and themes, and texting yourself book names.
Another Enterprise feature is ShoutBomb,
a text messaging service that notifies you when books are in or overdue. Plus, we've added the Dolly Parton Imagination
Library. Linked to the Popular Searches page, it allows you to register your child for a free, age-appropriate book delivered
to your home each month !
by Artisan Debbie Kelsey. We also have a SLAM POETRY Board !
(The Bees) met Carol through Author Susan Wiggs, who has also donated books to our Library !!! Thank you, ladies. Read
FREE AUDIO BOOKS WEEKLY Sync Summer Reading Program
The Mineral County Library's annual Summer Reading Program is underway to great success. This year's theme is Every Hero
Has A Story. In addition to the Library's in-house Reading Contest for all-age children, the Park Reading program meetsTuesdays at noon in Eva Horning Park, Superior. On July 21st, we meet at 3 pm and end with a Pool party at 4 pm.
Join us when you can !
Summer Reading Program +
Weekly Park Gatherings