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Downloadable audiobooks and eBooks

 

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


And the winners are...

2014 Book Bingo selection

New York Times bestselling author Craig Johnson drew the two lucky 2014 Book Bingo winners:

Tayera Williams
from Big Piney and Melody Ames from Pinedale

 

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
Thursdays
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.

 

 

 

Board of Directors

 

Board of Directors Mtg.

3 pm on Thursday,
July 24th at

The Pinedale Library

 

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

 

 

 

Bondurant Library Talks

Bondurant Library Talks

 

Enjoy monthly presentations at the St. Hubert the Hunter Church & Library in Bondurant.

 

Tuesday, August 12th:

Author Julia Corbett

 

Go See a flyer of all events and additional information

 

 



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Ensemble Galilei: Anna's Garden Ensemble Galilei: Anna's Garden

with actors Bob Berky, Lily Knight and Adrian LaTourelle
Tuesday, August 5th
10 am

Free

For children aged 4-11

 

Life and death, kings and queens, cranky buzzards... and while they don’t want to give everything away, good does triumph over evil—and Anna, the young heroine, is transformed. Written by award-winning playwright Bob Berky with Ensemble Galilei’s accompanying music, Anna’s Garden is a engaging daytime children’s show that creates a world of its own through enchanting live music and accompanying actors. The show is appropriate for children of ages 4-11. Brought to you by the Sublette County Library and the Pinedale Fine Arts Council.

 

Ensemble Galilei has been together performing music from the Renaissance, Ireland and Scotland for more than two decades. Actress Lily Knight appears on stage in Los Angeles and New York (Broadway and Off Broadway). Her film work includes roles in multiple feature films such as A.I. Artificial Intelligence and Changeling, and she has appeared on over 50 television shows like True Blood and Big Love. Adrian LaTourelle is best known for his roles in Sons of Anarchy, The Closer and NCIS.

 

Go Learn more about Ensemble Galilei and its performers

 

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Ensemble Galilei: A Universe of Dreams Ensemble Galilei: A Universe of Dreams
with Neal Conan

Wednesday, August 6th
7 pm

Free

 

A Universe of Dreams is a spectacular multimedia event of music, poetry and stories with host and narrator Neal Conan and features projected images from the Hubble Space Telescope. The Celtic and original crossover music group Ensemble Galilei returns to Pinedale this time to bring evocative live music inspired by the Hubble images, and the performers present the perfect backdrop for works by some of the finest poets in America. Audiences have been swept away by this extraordinary combination of the spoken word in what has been described by critics as "....music that speaks to the heart in ways that transcend mere language." There is text from William Shakespeare, American poets Stanley Kunitz and Jim Harrison, and a re-telling of a Navajo Creation Myth. Don’t miss this very special event. This special, non-ticketed event is brought to you by the Sublette County Library and the Pinedale Fine Arts Council.

 

Go Learn more about Ensemble Galilei and its performers

Go See Hubble Space Telescope images

Go Watch a video about Ensemble Galilei's outreach efforts

 

 

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Music in the Courtyard returnsMusic in the Courtyard
Thursdays in July
6:30 pm

 

If it's summer in Pinedale, there must be live music in the library's courtyard. Thursday nights will once again be filled with the sounds of area musicians. This year expect returning favorites like Michelle Humber, Samantha Rise, Nathan Curry and Ryan Ptasnik along with new faces like cellist Karin Loya playing traditional Irish and Scottish music with a few Scandinavian tunes, and others guaranteed to appeal to anyone's music tastes.

 

July 24th: Karin Loya on cello & Bob McCarty on guitar

July 31st: Mary Simbarcelos on drums

 

These are free events open to music lovers of all ages. Pack an evening snack or bring a folding chair and enjoy exquisite live music while the sun goes down in Pinedale.

 

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Camp Read a LotCamp Read-A-Lot Reading Challenge

Going on now until Friday, August 1st

 

Teens and tweens encouraged to read and can win prizes for reading over the summer.

 

Go Learn more about Camp Read-A-Lot's Reading Challenge

 

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Portraits of Pastoralism Exhibit: Portraits of Pastoralism 

During the month of July

 

During the month of July, view fascinating black-and-white photographs of pastoralists around the globe, created by local award-winning writer and photographer Cat Urbigkit. Illuminating the challenges faced by people whose cultures involve the seasonal movement with livestock herds, the photographs include subjects from four continents, including images from the American West, Africa, Nepal, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Spain, Bulgaria, and Turkey.

 

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The Pinedale Literary SocietyThe Pinedale Literary Society

Next meeting Tuesday, August 5th

12 noon

The Pinedale Library Board Room

 

The Beyond The Happiness Project Book Club became the The Pinedale Literary Society! 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."

 

Our August discussion will be about the young adult novel Divergent by Veronica Roth. Copies of the books can be picked up at the front desk, and are available while supplies last.

 

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

 

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Fairy Tea Party
Tuesday, August 19th
11 am
In the library’s courtyard

 

The dollhouse tea party we hosted last year was such a success that we have decided to make an end-of-the-summer tea party an annual event. This year the theme will be Fairies! All children age 11 and under are welcome to attend. Please bring a doll or stuffed animal and dress to impress! There will be tea and crafts in the library’s courtyard.

 

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Evening Book ClubEvening Book Club

Next meeting Thursday, August 21st

7 pm

Pick up books at the front desk

 

Each month, members of the Evening Book Club choose a different continent and read a native author's book. New members are always welcome.

 

This month, participants are reading the Latin American classic One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. Books are available for pickup at the front desk, while supplies last.

 

Go Request to join the "Evening Book Club, Pinedale Wyoming" group on Facebook

 

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Our new Enterprise library catalogOnward & upward with our new Enterprise library catalog

 

We are excited that we have adopted a new and improved library catalog. Our new catalog, Enterprise, is still part of the Wyoming Libraries Database (WYLD) that links together all the state's library resources available to you, but has awesome new features we know you'll love immediately, such as:

  • An updated appearance with additional resources at your fingertips

  • Easier browser navigation (e.g. back button)

  • A "what's new" carousel of latest additions to our collection

  • 'Did you mean' and fuzzy match searching that resolve misspellings and other dead ends

  • Easy ways to customize your search for the best results

  • The ability to keep a record of your previous check outs

 

Go Try the new catalog out now!

 

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Wyoming authors on OverDriveGet familiar with Wyoming authors on OverDrive®

 

We've just expanded our OverDrive® offerings again with 30 more titles. All your well loved authors are there, but have you read much from Wyoming authors? You can download books by Wyoming authors like Craig Johnson, from Ucross, Wyoming. Read up on Craig's previous works before One Book Wyoming begins and he comes here to Sublette County this summer—we have 13 of his previous works on OverDrive! We also have Cheyenne resident C.J Box's March 2014 release Stone Cold and South Pass author Zane Grey's 1929 novel Valley of Wild Horses.

 

Go See all the Craig Johnson titles we have

Go Download C.J Box's new release Stone Cold

Go Download Zane Grey's Valley of Wild Horses

Go Download the OverDrive® Media Console™ app

 

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Preloaded Nook HDsPreloaded Nook® HDs now just for teens!

(New titles added to children's Nooks too)

 

If you want your teen to read more but they just aren't into books, maybe a Nook would help. Our borrowable Nook® HDs are preloaded with new favorite young adult titles and only allow for reading (no internet or games.) We've just loaded New York Times author David Levithan's bestselling novel Every Day, about a teen who wakes up every morning in a different body, living a different life. Other bestselling young adult authors like Ellen Hopkins and Tamora Pierce are downloaded and ready to go, as well as installments of popular series like The Vampire Diaries by L. J. Smith, The Divergent Series by Veronica Roth, and The Hunger Games Trilogy. Check one out today!

 

Go See the complete list of young adult titles, as well as new children's titles on our preloaded Nook HDs

 

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Award winning audioAre you in a music rut?
Broaden your audio interests with our collection

 

Are you tired of your music? Want to listen to something new but not sure what's good out there? Come see us. The library has a rock solid audio CD collection that truly has something for everyone. Classical, contemporary music, traditional and world, blues, jazz, popular, rock, the choices go on and on. But are they any good? They sure are. Our collection is packed with Grammy award winners and nominees. Browse through and find some new favorites on your next visit in.

 

Go See our Grammy award winners

Go View a complete list of recent Grammy award winners and nominees

 

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