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Bookmobiles Calendar

  1. Bookmobile at 925 North 18th, North Park, Banff & Crater Lake, 30th & Howard

    October 12, 2020, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Bookmobile

    11:00-12:00 925 North 18th 12:15-1:20 North Park 2:45-3:45 Banff & 3700 Crater Lake 4:00-5:00 30th St W & Howard

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Main Calendar

  1. Curbside pickup for hold items M-F 11am-5pm

    October 12, 2020, All Day

    Patrons with available holds can pick them up at the designated spots in the library parking lot. If you have been notified of an available hold, park in one of the designated pick-up spots in the parking lot. Call (406) 927-9032 and wait in your car. We will deliver your items to you. Items will be sanitized prior to checkout.

    For those who have library items checked out, they can be returned curbside when picking up holds or deposited in the drive-up book drop.

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  2. Genealogy Room - Open

    October 12, 2020, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

    A member of the Yellowstone Genealogy Forum is available to help with research in the Genealogy Room. Capacity limit 2 people.

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Teen Calendar

  1. Creative Writing Competition

    October 1, 2020, 10:00 AM - October 31, 2020, 5:00 PM

    Creative Writing Competition Teens 13-17 can submit a poem, short story, essay, song, or any other form of creative writing based on the theme of “Hope.” Participants can enter for the chance to win noise-cancelling headphones, gift cards, and have their work displayed at Billings Public Library! Submissions must: • Include author’s name, age, grade, and contact information • Be based on the theme “Hope” • Be no longer than 400 words • Be emailed to justicev@billingsmt.gov or dropped off at Billings Public Library by 5pm on October 31, 2020 Visit the library and view “1000 Cranes of Hope,” a senbazuru display of 1000 origami cranes created by the people of Billings. A little hope can go a long way.

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