Thursday, April 7th, at 6:30pm we will be putting on our creative hats and trying our hands at coloring again. Come on over and try some new techniques. If you want to bring along your own things and just come and join the group, you are welcome. Otherwise, you need not bring any supplies…we will supply all you need. The only thing you need bring is your favorite beverage! Bring your friends or make some new friends…come and join in the fun!
The Library and Friends of the Library will be hosting our annual Easter Egg Hunt Monday, March 28th, beginning at 3 pm. Please have your children here by 2:55–the hunt takes about 5 minutes for the eggs to be gathered and we would surely hate to have the kids be late and miss out on any treats. We ask that you open the eggs here and leave the empty eggs here so we can re-use them again for next year’s hunt.
The library will be closed Good Friday, March 25th, for the Easter holiday.
This Sunday, March 13th, a book discussion will be held on the book Lewis & Clark Among the Indians by James P Ronda. The discussion will be led by Dr. Michael P. Yellowbird, Professor of Sociology at North Dakota State University. The discussion starts at 2 pm and will last approximately 1 1/2 hours. We hope you will set aside some time to come in to the library and take part in this discussion about this great time in our county and state’s history. Please come whether or not you have read the book…it may inspire you to read the book following the discussion.
Thursday, March 3rd, at 6:30 pm, the Library will offer an adult coloring program. We will provide the coloring sheets (many to choose from), markers, colors, colored pencils, watercolor pencils, watercolors, brushes, etc. If you have your own items that you would like to use, bring them along. You provide your own beverage…we’ll provide the glasses! Gather your friends or come by yourself and make new ones! Coloring is a proven stress reliever so this is good for you! This class is for adults 21 and older. If you have questions, call the library at 701-748-2977. We hope to see you here!
Hazen Public Library
Board of Trustees
February 16, 2016
Noon in D’Andrea’s Red Room
Call to Order
Approval of Minutes to last meeting
Financial reports and paying of the bills
Children’s room shelving
Project for wall behind DVDs/shelving
Hazen Walk Around
SRP workshop February 17th
Adult coloring afternoon or evening
Northern Plains Heritage Reading Club
The public is invited to participate in a series of heritage book discussions taking place in the Hazen Public Library. Each discussion will be led by an accomplished scholar of northern plains history and culture. Multiple copies of the books under discussion are available for checkout from the library.
Discussions will cover the following books:
March 13 – 2pm – Lewis & Clark Among the Indians by James P. Ronda. Discussion will be led by Michael Yellow Bird, director of the Tribal and Indigenous Studies program at North Dakota State University.
April 10 – 2 pm – Jay Cooke’s Gamble: the Northern Pacific Railroad, the Sioux, and the Panic of 1873 by John Lubetkin. Discussion will be led by Frank Varney, Associate Professor of History at Dickinson State University.
April 24 – 2 pm – Encounters at the Heart of the World: A History of the Mandan People, by Elizabeth Fenn. Discussion will be led by Dakota Goodhouse, instructor of Native American studies at United Tribes Technical College.
For details, visit the project web page here – http://heritagerenewal.org/nphf/bookclub.htm
The discussion series is organized by the Center for Heritage Renewal, North Dakota State University, with funding by the Northern Plains Heritage Foundation (NPHF). The NPHF, supported by the National Park Service, supports educational programming for the Northern Plains National Heritage Area, one of the forty-nine heritage areas in the United States.
For book and program information, contact: Val Albrecht, Hazen Public Library, 701-748-2977, email@example.com