The Billings Public Library One Book Billings program seeks to provide a forum for library patrons to read and discuss in small groups regional authors and/or literary works which examine and reflect life on the High Plains, especially Montana.
The One Book Billings program is sponsored by a grant from Bernard Rose through the Billings Public Library Foundation. Discussion groups come together five times a year (every other month from September to May) to discuss the same book.
Sign-up begins August 16 for the September discussions Choose from these sessions:
5:30 Monday, September 13, with Cindy, via ZOOM
6:30 Monday, September 13, with Bernie Q, Library 2nd Floor Conference Room
4:00 Tuesday, September 14, with Cheryle, Library 2nd Floor Conference Room
6:30 Tuesday, September 14, with Bernie R, Library 2nd Board Room
6:30 Tuesday, September 14, with Roger, Library 2nd Floor Conference Room
6:00 Wednesday, September 15, with Kris, Library 2nd Floor Conference Room
5:30 Thursday, September 16, with Corby, Library 2nd Floor Conference Room
7:00 Thursday, September 16, with Jennifer, Huntington Learning Center (Shiloh Crossing)
Please call 657-8290 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on the most recent One Book Billings selection.
Down From the Mountain : The Life and Death of a Grizzly Bear by Bryce Andrews Books available August 16, 2021 Discussions take place September 13-17. 2021 Register starting August 16
The Flicker of Old Dreams by Susan Henderson Books available October 1, 2021 Discussions take place November 1-4, 2021
Ernest Hemingway in the Yellowstone High Country by Chris Warren Books available December 1, 2021 Discussions take place January 3-6, 2022
The Last Green Valley by Mark Sullivan Books available February 1, 2022 Discussions take place March 7-10, 2022
The Paris Library by Janet Charles Books available April 1, 2022 Discussions take place May 2-5, 2022