Here's What's Happening!
Geek-In! Marvel Comic Universe
(Photo Credit Disney)
Our Library Geek-Outs! have staggered back to life in a new incarnation! For the month of September we celebrate all things Marvel (from the comfort of our homes). Keep watch on our social media for activities we’ll drop throughout the month. On Monday, September 28, a very special Take & Make: Superhero Edition will be available for pickup and will include activities, crafts, quizzes and a little gift. The following Friday, October 2, we will issue a Superhero Mission (it’s a secret until then) which will need to be completed by Sunday night. So mark your calendar with these important dates and times and be ready to Assemble (virtually, of course!).
- Monday, September 28th - Superhero Take & Make kits will be available, complete and return the quizzes for a chance to win a prize!
- Friday, October 2nd - The super secret mission begins! Once the mission has been released you will have until 11:59pm on Sunday, October 4th to complete it.
Teen Creative Writing Competition
Teens 13-17 can submit a poem, short story, essay, song, or any other form of creative writing based on the theme of “Hope.” Participants can enter for the chance to win noise-cancelling headphones and have their work displayed at Billings Public Library!
- Include author's name, age, grade, and contact information.
- Be based on the theme "Hope" (however the author sees fit)
- Be no longer than 400 words
- Be emailed to email@example.com or dropped off at Billings Public Library by 5pm on October 31st.
Visit the library and view “1000 Cranes of Hope,” a senbazuru display of 1000 origami cranes created by the people of Billings. A little hope can go a long way.
Adult Reading Olympics
The Library is hosting a new round of reading challenges for adults in 2020. Sign up online and start working towards your reading goals--or stretch outside your comfort zone with monthly exercises in different genres or authors. Log your reading to earn points, and complete monthly reading challenges! For details and sign-ups, see our Adult events page.
Check out the Library's YouTube Channel - helpful and interesting videos of all sorts.
See many other programs and activities on our web pages, at Events for Adults, or things for children to do on our Children's page, or just keep an eye on our events calendar. The library's web pages hold a wealth of information and activities for all ages.
Many resources are available online with your library card. Explore our digital magazines with RBDigital; learn a foreign language with Mango Languages or a new skill with Universal Class, download free songs at Freegal Music, and have fun with our other databases and downloads.