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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,
January 29th at

The Pinedale Library

 

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

 

 

 


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Learn 20 Things in 20 Days

Weekdays now through January 30th

5:30 pm — 6:30 pm

 

What do you want to learn or accomplish in 2015? To take better photos? To knit an infinity scarf? We gathered your ideas and have many exciting mini classes in everything from local history to furniture refinishing and much more. Throughout January, you'll be able to stop by the library on a weekday evening and quickly learn something new. All classes are free and are subject to subject to change.

 

This week: Natural Skin Care, Cooking Demo, Got Kefir?, Hand Quilting How-to,
Cake Decorating Tips & Tricks

 

GoSee the full schedule of offerings

 

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The Wagon Wheel Project: Lecture: The Wagon Wheel Project: “The Big Bang That Didn't Happen"

with Ann Chambers Noble
Thursday, February 5th
12 Noon & 6:30 pm

 

In 1968, an area 10 miles south of Boulder and 9,220 feet underground was proposed to be exploded by five nuclear bombs to release natural gas trapped in layers of sandstone. It was estimated that the five bombs would create a blast 25 times greater than the explosion that destroyed Hiroshima. Citizens from Sublette County and surrounding areas formed a local committee to research the effects of the project on residents and to bring their concerns to area lawmakers and eventually the nation’s capitol.


Local historian and author Ann Chambers Noble will give a talk about the Wagon Wheel project and "The Big Bang That Didn't Happen" on Thursday, February 5th at 12 noon and again at 6:30 pm. Don’t miss the chance to learn details about this fascinating piece of local history and its grassroots success story.

 

Go Read more about the Wagon Wheel project

 

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Buckaroo & Indian Paintbrush Challenge 2014-2015Buckaroo & Indian Paintbrush Challenge

For kids in grades K-6

Now until late February

 

Wyoming children in K-6 grades are encouraged to read or listen to as many of the nominated books as possible and to vote for their favorite. Each participating child votes for only one book. Buckaroo books are for children in grades K-3 and Indian Paintbrush books are for children in grades 4-6. Participants must have read or listened to at least three books in order to vote. Voting will take place during late February or early March. We will have a party for all who participated!

 

The Wyoming children’s book awards introduce children to the best contemporary authors, the qualities that make a good book, and honor an author whose book was enjoyed by children in Wyoming.

 

Go See a list of the nominated Buckaroo book award books for grades K-3

Go See a list of the nominated Indian Paintbrush book award books for grades 4-6


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Teens, Read Great Books, Enter to Win a Gift CardTeens, read great books and enter to win a gift card

Now through February 28th

 

Calling all teens and tweens, this year’s Soaring Eagle book award nominees include some fantastic titles for many different reading preferences. For every nominee that you check out from now until February 28th, you will be entered into a drawing for a $25 Amazon gift card! Don’t miss out on this opportunity to read some great books and win a gift card.

 

 

Go See a list of the nominated books

 

 

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The Pinedale Literary SocietyThe Pinedale Literary Society

Next meeting Tuesday, February 3rd

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."

 

For the February meeting, participants will discuss The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion. Books are available at the front desk while supplies last.

 

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

 

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Photography Talk: Wonders of the Deep Sky in Wyoming

Wednesday, February 11th

6:30 pm

 

The library is proud to host an exhibit during the month of February featuring 12 astronomical images taken in Jackson Hole by Dr. Michael Adler. On Wednesday, February 11th, Dr. Adler will speak about his astrophotography: images of spectacular nebulas, remnants of supernovae and sunlike stars. Dr. Adler is a MIT Ph.D. graduate specializing in semiconductor physics and a fellow and former president of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.) Since retirement he has combined his interests in astronomy and photography to create breathtaking images from 20” and 12.5” telescopes with a refractor in an observatory housed in his Jackson Hole home. The exhibit will hang during the month of February in the library’s gallery space.

 

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Evening Book ClubEvening Book Club

Third Thursdays of the month (next meeting February 19th)

7 pm

Western History Room

 

The Evening Book Club is for readers who enjoy conversation and coffee and find it more convenient to meet in the evening. Each month, the club chooses a different continent and reads a native author's book. New members are welcome. Books may be picked up at the front desk and are available while supplies last.

 

At the February meeting, participants will discuss The Keeper of Lost Causes by Jussi Adler-Olsen.

 

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USAF Boulder Weather Research SiteLecture: History and Evolution of the USAF Boulder Weather Research Site
Thursday, February 26th
6:30 pm

 

Cleat Zeiler, Ph.D., geophysicist and Pinedale Seismic Research Facility Manager, will present a talk about the history and evolution of the Pinedale Seismic Research Facility on Hwy. 353 in Boulder, WY. The talk will cover the basics of nuclear forensics and how the devastation of the development of nuclear explosion capability was pivotal in understanding the processes of the interior of the earth. Dr. Zeiler will also explain the current mission and the treaties for which the USAF has over-site on and our role with the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty and the International Monitoring System. Mark the calendar for this opportunity to learn more about the role our backyard plays on an international scale.

 

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News from the Sublette County LibrariesPreschool Story Time
Tuesdays and Thursdays
10 am

 

Kids up to age 5 are welcome to join us each week for Preschool Story Time on Tuesdays and Thursdays every week for stories, music, crafts and more!

 

Baby and Me

Tuesdays

10:30

 

Our littlest library users (ages 3-24 months) are welcome along with a parent or caregiver to enjoy valuable social time, stories and finger play.

 

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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 early 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.

 

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Wyoming authors on OverDriveWyoming authors on OverDrive®

 

We are always expanding OverDrive® offerings. 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. 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 recent 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 for kids and teens

 

If you want your child or 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.) 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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