The mission of the Meadows Valley Public Library District is to provide patrons of all ages equal access to library services and resources, as well as to inspire a passion for literacy.
2017 Free Library Computer Class
* Computer Data Storage *
RESCHEDULED - Tuesday, April 4th - 6:00 to 7:30p.m.
This class will cover information on storing your photos, media & other data on your computer and in the Cloud.
Teacher- Julie Good, Ages 16 & up, maximum of 10 attendees - Requires basic computer, keyboarding & mouse skills. Participants must sign-up no later than March 31st at 6:00pm. To sign up, please drop by the library or call us at 347-3147 or email email@example.com.
Participants will be using library Chromebooks, please - DO NOT BRING YOUR OWN LAP-TOP. All classes are free to attend. Class sizes are limited to 10 per class, so sign-up early! Thank you.
The Pox, The Flux and Other Maladies
Guest Speaker: Steven Branting
Tuesday, April 25th @ 7:00P.M.
Pioneer towns of the Old West were far from healthy places in the days before antibiotics and emergency rooms. In the days when medical care that was crude at best, young and old alike faced accidental injury and death, water-born disease and uncontrollable epidemics. You could quite literally die of a broken finger. This presentation tells the stories of what it was like to get sick, suffer and die on the Idaho frontier, and how families cared for the dead in the days when undertakers were better furniture makers than morticians.
Steven Branting has been honored for the depth and variety of his research and field work by many of the nation*s premiere science, geography, history and preservation organizations, including NASA, the American Association for State and Local History, ESRI and the Society for American Archaeology. His popular series of Lewiston volumes has now reached five with the recent addition of Our Fruitful Dreams. The sixth and final volume --- Our Voices, Our Words --- is slated for release in September 2017.
This program is funded in part by the Idaho Humanities Council, a nonprofit organization that serves as the state-based affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Book Discussion Group
Meets the 1st Wednesday each month @ 7:00p.m.
We are currently reading:
The Secret River by Kate Grenville - we will disuss this at the April 5th meeting.
Our upcoming titles are:
Miles From Nowhere: A Round The World Bicycle Adventure by Barbara Savage - we will discuss this at the May 3rd meeting
Go Set A Watchman by Harper Lee - we will disuss this at the June 7th meeting
Book Group is for people who like to read and then get together once per month in avery relaxed setting to discuss each months book selection. Book selections are made by group members on a rotating basis. Light refreshments & fun & interesting conversations are served at each meeting. New Members may join any time and may participate on a month to month basis.
Story Time is held the 2nd Wednesday of each month during the school year from 3:15 to 4:00pm. During Story Time we read a couple of books, make a craft or play a game and have a treat.
Upcoming Story Time Dates:
April 12th - Easter Beagle
May 10th - Idaho
Story Time is open to all children & their families and is always free to attend. For more information, please contact the library at 347-3147 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
>>>> Library Hours <<<<
Summer Hours - April 1 - October 31
Monday - Friday : 11am to 6pm
Saturday : 11am to 2pm
Closed on Sundays & National Holidays
Winter Hours - November 1 - March 31
Monday - Friday : 11am to 6pm
Closed on Saturdays, Sundays & National Holidays
>>>> Directions <<<<
400 Virginia, New Meadows, ID 83654
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