October: Thinking Money & Friday Fun


Billings Public Library will host Thinking Money, a traveling exhibition designed to teach tweens, teens and the adults in their lives about money, from October 20, 2017 to November 29, 2017. The public is also invited to attend a series of programs for various ages about financial topics like saving, spending and avoiding fraud.

For additional details and the many associated programs,check out the exhibit page.

Every Friday, the Library features a fun and free event for families.  Bring the whole family down for "Friday Fun" and enjoy games, movies, crafts, music and exhibits. Programs are appropriate for all ages and generations. This is a great way to connect with relatives, friends and neighbors in a fun and healthy environment.

  • Oct 20th: Closing at 5:00 for High Plains Book Award Reception
  • Oct 27th: Thinking Money Exhibit Opening & Reception
  • Nov 3rd: Supernatural Geek Out
  • Nov 10th: Closed for Veteran’s Day
  • Nov 17th: Native American Sign Talking with Ron Garritson
  • Nov 24th: Classic Christmas Movie - Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

"Civil Conversations" is a library-sponsored discussion series designed to promote honest and respectful communication about current topics. The November "Civil Conversation" is The Politics of Food on November 16th at 7:00PM.

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