Powell Branch Library is excited to be partnering with TCT West, Mountain West Computers, and Verizon Wireless to offer a free evening of professional advice. Bring your smartphone, laptop, or device fully charged to the library on Tuesday, February 3rd from 6:00-8:00 p.m. and have one-on-one time with a community member trained to help you. People will be helped on a first come, first serve basis. All ages are welcome.
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.
Local author and former CIA officer, Pat Stuart, will discuss her new espionage suspense novel Regime Change, 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 18 at the Cody Library and 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan 20 at the Powell Library.
Regime Change is Pat’s first novel. While it is not autobiographical, it does draw on the author’s experiences. A book signing and sale will follow the program.
Visit patstuart.com to learn more about Pat’s books.
The Wonder of it All is the theme for Winter Gathering 2015. Organizers are lining up a great afternoon. Be sure to make some room in your own schedule for author talks, workshops and other activities at Park County Public Library in Cody. It’s a fun place to meet and greet friends — old and new!