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  1. Turning Page Book Discussion Group

    May 22, 2019, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ 2nd floor Reading Room

    The Turning Page reads books from the Library's book club kit collection, and meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month (except for a couple of hiatus months during the holidays and summer). Each kit contains 10 copies of the book, and are available on a first come, first served basis BUT readers are always welcome to obtain their own copy and join the fun!

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  2. Tai Chi for Everyone presented by the Taoist Tai Chi Society of Billings

    May 23, 2019, 11:45 AM - 1:15 PM @ Community Room

    In the Taoist tradition, a person's health depends on the harmony of body, mind, and spirit. The Taoist Tai Chi arts exercise the entire physiology, including the tendons, joints, connective tissue and the internal organs. Attendees should wear comfortable clothing that allows movement, including grip-less, flat-soled shoes, and should be prepared to sign a waiver.

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  3. Fellowship of the Fiber

    May 23, 2019, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ 2nd Floor Large Conference Room

    We are the library's fiber arts enthusiasts who knit, crochet, embroider, spin, felt, and generally love fiber arts. We get together the second Tuesday and fourth Thursday of every month to talk about what we enjoy the most and share projects. If you're a newbie at the fiber craft game, we can help you learn! This is our Fellowship, we look forward to your company!

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  4. Friday Night Fun Camp Out!

    May 24, 2019, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ Community Room

    Get ready for summer! Our last Friday night before we begin our summer hours (which means we close at 6pm on Fridays through Summer) we will bring the camping to you. Come join us for a night of pre-summer camping fun! Join us in the Community room.

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  5. Memorial Day - Library Closed

    May 27, 2019, 12:01 AM

    All library locations will be closed on May 27 for Memorial Day. Online services remain available 24 x 7.

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  6. LitCentric Book Discussion Group

    May 28, 2019, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Large Conference Room

    Go off the beaten track with LitCentric. This book group meets on the last Tuesday of the month between January and October, and uses a combination of self-purchased books and Library book club kits.

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  7. Tai Chi for Everyone presented by the Taoist Tai Chi Society of Billings

    May 30, 2019, 11:45 AM - 1:15 PM @ Community Room

    In the Taoist tradition, a person's health depends on the harmony of body, mind, and spirit. The Taoist Tai Chi arts exercise the entire physiology, including the tendons, joints, connective tissue and the internal organs. Attendees should wear comfortable clothing that allows movement, including grip-less, flat-soled shoes, and should be prepared to sign a waiver.

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  8. Chinese in Montana: Our Forgotten Pioneers with Ellen Baumler author and interpretive historian, Montana Historical Society

    May 30, 2019, 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Community Room

    Chinese pioneers have been neglected in Montana’s written record, even though in 1870 they comprised 10 percent of the population. By the 1950s, very few remained. Chinese homes and businesses fell victim to urban renewal programs. Time erased their remote mining and railroad camps. Traces of their culture disappeared, and their stories have become obscured in myth and legend. What happened to these pioneers and where did they go? Historian and award-winning author Baumler explores Montana’s urban and remote Chinese settlements through archaeological sites, artifacts, and rare remaining landmarks, recalling the contributions of Montana’s Chinese residents and the cultural footprints they left behind.

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