Pat Stuart will be in Grizzly Hall in the Cody Library this Sunday at 1:30 to discuss her first novel, an espionage thriller, Regime Change. At 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan 20,the Powell Library hosts Pat. The book will be for sale after the program and Pat will sign copies, too.
The heroine is a Park County girl who works abroad for the CIA, just like Pat, but there all resemblance ends. We have recently added another copy to the collection. Visit patstuart.com to learn more about Pat’s books.
Cody High School students Sterling Boone, Thomas Callahan, Julia Demple, Sydnie Neville, John Taylor and Camille Walton are among the finalists for The Nature Conservancy in Wyoming’s sixth annual “I Believe in Conservation” photography contest. See all 15 winning photographs in the Biblio Bistro this month.
TNC seeks to reach out to the next generation of Wyoming conservationists by showcasing their connections to nature and to strengthen their interest in keeping Wyoming wild and working. Follow this link nature.org/Wyoming for a slide show of this excellent student work.
“The Universe is not made of atoms: it’s made of tiny stories” — Muriel Rukeyser. Meg Sommers says of the show in the hall gallery, “These nine images are some of my favorite stories… .” See them all and a great selection of her bear pictures through January at the Cody Library. Meg’s work promotes the value of wildlife and wild places in an effort to encourage preservation and conservation, not only for our future generations, but also for theirs.
The image at the left is part of a photo called “Play House” which won the 2013 Wyoming Wildlife Grand Prize. Her website is megsommers.com.