Celebrate National Library Week with Fallon County Library


The theme of this year’s National Library Week is “Ready, set, library!”, and Fallon County Library is ready and set to celebrate with coffee and cookies. 

National Library Week kicked off Sunday, April 7th, and goes until Saturday, April 13th. The “Ready, set, library!” theme was chosen to encourage people to “race to discover the possibilities” at their local library, and Fallon County holds possibilities aplenty. 

The library is not only stocked with books such as the ones I perused today about Montana history, but also offers programs such as story time every Thursday at 11:00 am and can help you get signed up with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, a national book-gifting program which mails free books to children ages one through five regardless of family income. 

The Fallon County Library website holds information on the library’s upcoming events and about its history- such as the fact that the library was once housed in the old Legion Hall on First Street West after beginning as a “reading club” in 1921. 

Happy National Library Week- get set to enjoy some coffee and cookies and the resources available at the Fallon County Library.