These two gents entertained us all with An evening with the Simpson Boys; Wyoming Wit & Witticism from 2 Wisecrackers one cold winter night in 2013.
Relive the hilarity. The DVD is available at the Cody Library or email the Park County Library Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Preston Randolph & crew recorded the event. This fine film from Cactus Productions costs $12 & sales benefit the Libraries.
The Flash Fiction contest is open through Jan. 13, 2016. Prizes – $100 for senior (18 years and older) and $50 in the junior (under 18 years) division.
Flash fiction is original, previously unpublished fiction that is 250-500 words in length. Pick up the rules at the libraries or follow this link to the Winter Gathering Book Fair page.
Benjamin Gilmore is shown here reading his winning entry, ‘Scratch Scratch.’ Follow this link to read all the winning entries. The best story in each division will be read at Winter Gathering on Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016.
Change of meeting notice… .
The Park County Library Board will meet Tuesday, Dec. 29, at 4:30 p.m. in the Bison Room at the Park County Public Library, Cody.
Does any of this look familiar?
Lakota Sioux Ledger Drawings, a traveling exhibit from the Wyoming State Museum, will be on display at the Cody library. The panels will remain up for public viewing through Nov. 30 in honor of Native American Heritage month. Follow this link to the full press release.
This exhibition consists of 36 color reproductions from the Red Hawk ledger book. The original is owned by the Milwaukee Public Museum.
Image courtesy of the Milwaukee Public Museum and the Wyoming State Museum.
The Friends of the Cody Library Book Sale is this Friday & Saturday, Nov. 13 & 14, 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. in Grizzly Hall. There will be treasures and bargains for everyone. For young adult books, please visit the LOFT. Teen library proceeds are dedicated to Chess Tournament prizes.
Money generated at the Friends special sale in April and this one will help pay for the new large print section at the library.
November is National Novel Writing Month and the library has a lot of good books to inspire your novel.
Check them out in the glass case where Pam has conveniently collected them.
Learn more about writing a novel in a month at nanowrimo.org.