We’ve got some beautiful artwork on display from some talented Meeteetse artists. Come in and enjoy the paintings, drawings and photography. Artwork will be on display through August 19.
We’re getting ready for a Building Bonanza Party! It’s been a great summer of reading and challenges and now Summer Reading ends on Thursday, July 20 with a party at 10:00. We’ll be building and creating, having lunch at noon and then award reading prizes. Come and join us for the fun and celebration!
(Thanks Lewis Construction for the backhoe!)
Brenda Eden, of Honey Hill Farm in Powell and former Meeteetse resident, will present a program on bees, beekeeping and honey on Tuesday, July 11 at 4:00 in the Meeteetse Library. Everyone is welcome to this informal, informational program. Come and learn if beekeeping is for you – or if you just like the by-product of other people’s beekeeping!
In May Meeteetse 5th grader and budding historian, Camille Anderson, gave a presentation about her great-great-grandfather Carl Dunrud. Dunrud was the owner of the Double D guest ranch, near Kirwin, in the 1930’s. He hosted Amelia Earhart on a number of occasions and they became friends. Camille confirmed that Carl Dunrud was building a cabin for Earhart when word came that she had disappeared.
The Meeteetse Branch Library will present a Wyoming Humanities Road Scholars program “Cultural Gems: An Eclectic Look at Unique Libraries” by Richard and Mary Maturi. On April 10, 2017 at the Meeteetse Senior Center the program and lunch will run from 12:00-1:30.
The forum will present a collection of cultural gem libraries from coast-to-coast. It will illustrate the rich diversity of America’s libraries while exploring the humanities focus on a broad panorama of library architecture, unique building re-purposing and the various ways communities funded their libraries.