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Programs @ Your Library

Billings Public Library offers free programs for Older Adults that focus on a wide variety of topics and support our commitment to lifelong learning.

Let us know what other classes, events or programs you would like to see at the library. We appreciate your suggestions! Send them our way by calling 406-657-8255 or emailing us.

AARP Program

Natural & Other Disasters in Billings History

Monday, April 23rd @ 3:30-4:30 p.m. in the Community Room

Keen memories and saved photographs recall times when disaster has struck. Take in a sampling of photographs from natural disasters that have befallen Billings, including floods, blizzards and tornadoes. This presentation, based upon local newspaper accounts, photographs and oral histories, also includes other calamitous events such as murders and plane crashes. This program is presented by the Western Heritage Museum and has been generously sponsored by the Friends of the Billings Public Library.

One-on- One Computer Tutoring Sessions for Older Adults

Would you like some personalized help learning to better use your smartphone or other digital device? Maybe there's a website or computer program that you could use some help navigating? Whatever the case may be, give us a call and sign up for a one hour session with a librarian that will help answer your questions and make you a more confident user of technology.

Call 406-657-8255 to set up an appointment with the Senior Outreach Librarian!

Tech Classes for OA