Contact Us       Hours       Photo Tour       Search Catalog       My Account       Big Piney Library  

The Sublette County Library
News & Events
Information & Services About the Library Kids & Teens Research Tools


Facebook Call Email We're green

Search our new
library catalog!


  • Monday-Friday
    10:00 am - 8:00 pm
  • Saturday
    10:00 am - 5:00 pm

What's happening?

sign up for our emails

Want to know what's happening at the Sublette County Libraries each week? Get news delivered right to your inbox.


Downloadable audiobooks and eBooks


Download eBooks, audiobooks and magazines 24 hours a day, seven days a week, free of charge. More info.


Board of Directors


Board of Directors Mtg.

3 pm on Thursday,
May 28th at

The Big Piney Library


Board meetings are open to the public. For more information, call (307) 367-4114.




What to read next?


Downloadable audiobooks and eBooks


We'll email you a personalized book list. Tell us what books you like to read.

Foundation Network

Research potential funders for your nonprofit work or artistic project or find educational scholarships, fellowships, and loans.

Available in-house at the Pinedale Library.





Adult Chess Club

Adult Chess Club
6-8 pm


An informal weekly 'drop-in' gathering of chess enthusiasts old and new to the game. Feel free to bring your own board.





Free Wireless Internet


Find us on Facebook


Fiber Art Festival

Saturday, May 30th

10 am - 5 pm

Exhibit all month long


During the month of May we will be displaying homemade fiber art. We will conclude the May exhibit with an all day Fiber Art Festival on Saturday, May 30th. Fun and education for the whole family!


10 am – Noon: Live Llama Shearing Demonstration
Mary Pendergast will shear her llama on the southwest lawn. Sandy Bausman will also give a wool carding and spinning demonstration and talk about natural dyeing.

1-4 pm: Artisans and their crafts
Watch local artisans work on an assortment of fiber activities: bobbin lace making, tatting, weaving, knitting, crocheting, embroidery work and quilting. Ask questions, or try it for yourself!

4-5 pm: Reception
Weather permitting, enjoy wine and cheese in the courtyard.

For kids


West Across the SkiesExhibit: West Across the Skies

During the months of June and July


During June and July learn a little about Wyoming's aviation history with West Across the Skies: Air Transportation in Wyoming. This State Museum traveling exhibit presents the evolution of air transportation from the biplane to jet aviation in Wyoming using historic photographs.


For kids


Every hero has a story Summer Reading is coming!
Fun kids' events throughout June and July

Registration begins June 8th


Summer is coming and we are ready to celebrate heroes of all kinds! We’ve packed June and July with fun events starting with our Summer Reading Kick Off Party on June 18th. Kids aged up to 5th grade can be signed up as early as June 8th. Every hero has a story...what's yours?


Go See all the kids' Summer Reading events (PDF)


For kids


The Gypsy CowbelleMusic in the Courtyard: The Gypsy Cowbelle
Thursday, June 18th
6:30 pm — 8 pm

We are welcoming back summer and our Music in the Courtyard series with a special 90 minute concert from “V” The Gypsy Cowbelle. Music in the Courtyard will continue each Thursday from 6:30 pm –7:30 pm with a variety of music styles for every taste. Bring the kids and a folding chair.


Go Learn more about The Gypsy Cowbelle


For kids


Teen Summer ClubTeen Summer Club

for teens in 6th grade and up
Summer Kick Off Party on Tuesday, June 16th


Teens entering grade 6 and up in the fall can register for the Teen Summer Club by coming to the library and picking up a reading log and writing challenge prompts. There will be a wide variety of programs throughout the summer beginning with our Kick Off Party on Tuesday, June 16th. All of the programs are open to all teens in grades 6 and up regardless of summer reading club participation.


Go See more info about Teen Summer Club and all our teen events (PDF)


Additional news


The Pinedale Literary SocietyThe Pinedale Literary Society

Meetings on the first Tuesday of the month (next meeting June 9th)

12 noon

The Pinedale Library Board Room


In this book club, participants read interesting books and enjoy conversation. This book club is free and open to anyone. Discussion will take place during the monthly meetings or online in our exclusive Facebook group, "The Pinedale Literary Society."


Participants are currently reading The Life We Bury by Allen Eskens. All copies are currently in use; a waiting list is available at the front desk.


Go Request to join "The Pinedale Literary Society" group on Facebook


Additional news


Evening Book ClubEvening Book Club

Third Wednesdays of the month (Next meeting on June 17th)

7 pm

The library courtyard

Pick up books now


The Evening Book Club is for readers who want to armchair travel the world and learn more about other people and places. Books selected will reflect an international theme, whether through history, biography, fiction, or travel writing. New members are welcome. Books may be picked up at the front desk and are available while supplies last.


June discussion will focus on Alice Hoffman's The Dovekeepers, a book about the ancient story of Masada told through the eyes of four very different women. The meeting will be in the library's courtyard. There will be snacks and feel free to bring a beverage of your choice.


Go Learn more about this month's book


For kids


“Food for Thought” Teen Book Club “Food 4 Thought” Teen Book Club

Meetings on the last Thursday of the month

4-5 pm


Our “Food 4 Thought” Teen Book Club for students in grades 6-12 pairs foods inspired by the book we read and an opportunity to learn how to cook them. Please call and sign up so we can plan enough food and books. Book Club will meet on the last Thursday of the month from 4-5 pm at the library.


Additional news


2015 Scrabble Tournament winnersThanks for a successful 2015 Scrabble Tournament


We'd like to thank everyone who came out for the 2015 Scrabble Tournament on Saturday, April 18th. This year's reigning champion is Carol Taylor, who made the drive all the way from Victor, Idaho to compete and score 1103. 2nd Place was Betsy Greenwood with a score of 1075 and 3rd Place was Samantha Rise with a score of 941. Congratulations Ladies!


Go See all the 2015 winners


Additional news


Little LibraryIntroducing... Sublette County Libraries' "Little Library"

Coming in 2015


Take a book, leave a book. Our Little Library will be parked at various locations around the county for a week at a time. It won't be staffed, but will be open 24/7. Stop by to grab some books, return books or make a donation. There will also be a book return for materials that need to go back to the two main libraries. The locations and schedule will be determined in 2015. Your suggestions for locations are welcome. Check back here or sign up to receive our brief news emails and stay informed about the Little Library's whereabouts.


The Little Library was built by the Big Piney High School Vocational Arts Students and is funded by the Sublette County Library Foundation.


Additional news





See more news and events   Go

Access all archived editions of the library's newsletter, Bookmark  Go

Home        Get a Library Card        About Sublette County


The mission of the Sublette County Library is to provide the community, through its collections and
inviting spaces, the opportunity to access information, engage with culture and experience lifelong learning.

Sublette County Library  |  155 S. Tyler Ave.  |  P.O. Box 489  |  Pinedale, WY 82941-0489  |  (307) 367-4114  |  (307) 367-6722 fax

The Sublette County Library is not responsible for the content, accuracy, or availability of linked external web pages.
Unless otherwise stated, all material used on this website is copyrighted. Imagery, content, and other material may
not be used without permission. For information or problems with this web site, contact the webmaster at

Copyright 2015 ©The Sublette County Libraries