Whitehall Community Library 

Between the Stacks: 2/9/2022


February 9, 2022

The Whitehall Community Library will be hosting a special session of Youth Mental Health First Aid on March 19th from 8 AM to 5 PM. The trainers from Helena will be here to help anyone who works with youth or young people to understand mental health issues and how to help. The program is free and open to the public. We just ask that anyone interested in attending call or drop by the library so we have an accurate count for supplies. The library’s number is 287-3763. This training is part of a series of mental health first aid programs, and we will be planning other events along the same line in the future.

Don’t forget the library will be closed on February 21 for President’s Day. We will be open the rest of the week during normal hours. The book drop is always emptied during a three-day weekend so feel free to drop off materials you have finished.

This week we will be hosting musical storytime on Friday at 10:30 AM with our own Karen Burtch. Next week we will have Deanna Mydland from PBS coming to share all her wonderful experiments. Storytime always has something fun going on so come join us on Friday mornings!

On Tuesday, February 15th at 6 PM Judy Schwab will be repeating her hydrotherapy class. There were so many patrons who told us they were sorry they missed it that she is doing another session. This is a great way to learn to relax and discover new techniques in the form of hydrotherapy.

We have new books coming in every day. Our volunteers have been working hard to get the new items out and on the shelf. We have had several new mystery series come in, including the Dr. Ruth Galloway set and the Lady Hardcastle mysteries. Several of our favorite authors have released new titles, including the new Jack Ryan adventure “Chain of Command,” Joe Ide’s “The Goodbye Coast,” Melanie Dobson’s “The Winter Rose,” and for all our Inspector Ian Rutledge fans we have “A Game of Fear” by Charles Todd.

There are also multiple new children and young adult books in as well as movies and tv series in the new sections of each area. My favorite new children’s book is the new Enola Holmes title. For those who like that sassy younger sister of Mycroft and Sherlock, this is a terrific addition to the series by Nancy Springer.

For these and more great reads, stop by the Library or check out MontanaLibrary2Go on your electronic readers. Remember to pick up a list if you haven’t got one yet for our Winter Read Scavenger Hunt. It runs until the end of March and everyone who finishes can turn in their list for a free gift.


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