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Adult Winter Reading programGet Rewards for Reading this Winter!
Adult Winter Reading program now until May 31st


Are you getting rewarded for reading as part of our Adult Winter Reading program yet? Read four books of your choice and get a small prize. Read eight and get a slightly bigger prize! Do our reader's bingo card as many times as you want, and get tickets to enter a drawing for yet another prize. In one month 80 people have signed up for Book Bingo, almost three dozen have received a Toblerone Swiss chocolate bar and nine people have received a snazzy new water bottle. Adult Winter Reading runs now until May 31st.


Not sure what to read? Fill out the Book Recommendation Form and deliver it to us and in a week you will receive a list of book recommendations personally tailored for you!


Go Fill out our short online Book Recommendation Form

Go Download and print a Book Recommendation Form

Go See our first prize winner!


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Board of Directors


Board of Directors Mtg.

3 pm on Thursday,
April 24th at

The Pinedale Library


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



AHC exhibit

In Pursuit of Equality:
On display now, an exhibit about how Wyoming
became known as
The Equality State.


One Book Wyoming


One Book Wyoming
is coming this Spring to Sublette County, and so is celebrated Wyoming author Craig Johnson!

Stay tuned.



WYLDCAT iPhone app

WYLDCAT iPhone App BookMyne™


BookMyne™ for iPhone helps you locate items from your library, place holds, save lists of materials, check your library account, and more.

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Handmade & unique baby clothes exhibitA call for handmade & unique baby clothes
Deliver now through Friday, April 25th


Similar to the Apron Chronicles exhibit we hosted last spring, we will be displaying baby clothes during the month of May in our gallery space. If you would like to lend one or more pieces of clothing for the exhibit, please deliver your items to the library from now until Friday, April 25th. Feel free to include a short description, sentimental story or fond memory about the piece or perhaps a photo of the piece in use.


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Cycle Greater Yellowstone Pedaling through Pinedale this summer: The Cycle Greater Yellowstone

Meet & Greet and Q&A

Thursday, April 17th

6:30 pm


The Sublette County Library invites you to join Cycle Greater Yellowstone (CGY) communications director Jeff Welsch and members of the Tourism Board as they speak about the second-annual "First Great Ride in the Last Best Place," a communal bike ride August 17th-23rd that celebrates the scenery and the towns of the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem. The fully supported tour will include hundreds of bike riders beginning in Teton Village and concluding in Grand Teton National Park; the route will include an overnight stop in Pinedale. This session is a great opportunity for local business to get involved in the event, or for locals to learn about participating in the tour or volunteering to support the tour's Pinedale pit stop.


Go Learn more about Cycle Greater Yellowstone and see its 2014 route

Go View a brief fact sheet


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Evening Book Club Evening Book Club
Every third Thursday of the month (next meeting April 17th)
7 pm

Western History Room

Books available at the Front Desk


You asked for an evening book club and we listened. Book lovers can now gather and discuss recently read titles in a book club for those who find it more convenient to gather after work and the chores of the day are done. Each month, members choose a different continent and pick a book about that continent by a native author.


At the April meeting, the Evening Book Club will be discussing The Road From Coorain by Jill Ker Conway in the Western History Room. Books can be picked up at the front desk while supplies last.


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


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Free FridaysFree Fridays for kids

Third Friday of each month (next one April 18th)

2:30 — 5 pm


The Pinedale Library has Free Friday on the third Friday of each month from 2:30-4 pm. We will have a variety of stories, games, crafts and snacks for elementary aged kids. We will also have chess and Lego clubs from 4-5 pm.


Go Learn more


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Brenn Hill & Andy NelsonCD Release Concert: Brenn Hill & Andy Nelson

Saturday, April 19th

7 pm

The Lovatt Room

Admission is $15 per person/$30 per family


In celebration of National Poetry Week, enjoy a CD release concert by Brenn Hill and Andy Nelson. Brenn Hill is an award-winning American Western music singer-songwriter who won the Western Music Association Crescendo Award in 2001 and was named the 2004 Academy of Western Artists Male Vocalist of the Year. Andy Nelson is the recipient of the Western Music Association (WMA) 2006 Top Male Poet of the Year Award and was named Top Cowboy Humorist, 2009 The Skinny Rowland Humor Award by the Academy of Western Artists. There is an admission fee for this event: $15 per person, $30 per family.


Go Learn more about Brenn Hill

Go Learn more about Andy Nelson


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Make Your Own Container GardenMake Your Own Container Garden

Thursday, April 24th

6 pm


If this Spring weather is making your green thumb itchy, come to the library and learn how to make your own container garden. Arlinda McLaughlin and Jeanne Brown of the Sage and Snow Garden Club will take participants through all the necessary steps for successful high altitude container gardening. For more information contact Mary at the library, or call the library at 367-4114.


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Handmade & unique baby clothes exhibit Unique Children's Clothing Exhibit Reception and Ice Cream Social

Tuesday, May 6th

5:30 pm


During the month of May, we will be displaying handmade and unique baby clothes in our gallery space. To celebrate childhood and the opening of the exhibit, we're hosting a reception with an ice cream sundae bar! Join us and view the exhibit... Who doesn't love ice cream for dinner?


If you would like to lend one or more pieces of clothing for the exhibit, please deliver your items to the library from now until Friday, April 25th. Feel free to include a short description, sentimental story or fond memory about the piece or perhaps a photo of the piece in use.


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2nd Annual Scrabble TournamentThanks for a successful 2nd Annual Scrabble Tournament


Thank you to everyone who participated in our 2nd Annual Scrabble Tournament. It was a great night of word play! We crowned our 2014 Scrabble Queen, Dixie Jordan and congratulated her on a game well played. Her total score was 1186, with her highest round of 420! This year we also had a dueling battle of the mayors: Steve Smith of Pinedale vs. Mark Barron of Jackson and the mayors' wives too: Ana Cuprill of Pinedale and Ruth Ann Petroff of Jackson. Both teams were evenly matched and fun was had by all! See the pictures here and here.


Go Sharpen your Scrabble skills! Drop in to one our our weekly Scrabble sessions.


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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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The Pinedale Literary SocietyThe Pinedale Literary Society

Next meeting Tuesday, May 6th

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." Copies of the books can be picked up at the front desk, and are available while supplies last.


In May, members of The Pinedale Literary Society will discuss Mr. Churchill's Secretary by Susan Elia MacNeal.


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


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Fizz Boom Read!Summer Reading Sign Up & Kick Off

Coming in June!


Summer is just around the corner and we are preparing an awesome summer reading program packed with fun weekly events and opportunities to read. This year, our theme is Fizz Boom Read! Mark your calendars with these important dates:

  • Registration starts Monday, June 2nd and June 3rd and will go until Wednesday, June 11th at 5 pm.
  • Our kick-off event will be on Thursday, June 12th at 2 pm with a great live animal show, Scales and Tales Utah!
    They will provide an entertaining reptile and bird show.


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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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Book Talk TuesdaysBook Talk Tuesdays for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders


4:15 pm


Book Talk Tuesdays is a new program that connects kids with books, old and new! Kids in first, second and third grades are welcome. For more information call Nancy at the library 367-4114.


Go See more info on our children's programs


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The Invention of WingsOprah’s Book Club 2.0 latest selection now on OverDrive®


In the 1830s, Sarah Grimké was infamous for speaking out in favor of liberty and equality for women and slaves. From the celebrated author of New York Times bestseller The Secret Life of Bees comes a brand new magnificent novel inspired by Grimké. On Sarah’s eleventh birthday, she is given ownership of a ten year old slave, Hetty “Handful” Grimké who is to be her handmaid. We follow their complex relationship over the next thirty five years. Just released, the book is the newest Oprah’s Book Club 2.0 selection and we have it on OverDrive®.


Go Access The Invention of Wings now on OverDrive

Go See what other new releases and bestsellers are available on OverDrive

Go Download the OverDrive® Media Console™ app


OverDrive for teensPlus, new teen eBooks just added


Do you wish your teen enjoyed reading as much as you? We have just expanded our OverDrive Young Adult collection with bestselling YA authors like John Green (An Abundance of Katherines), R. J. Palacio (Wonder), Richelle Mead (Vampire Academy Series) and James Dashner (The Eye of Minds). Lend them your eReader or tablet and watch them fall in love with reading again.


Go Download John Green's An Abundance of Katherines

Go Download R.J. Palacio's Wonder

Go Download Richelle Mead's The Fiery Heart (Vampire Academy)

Go Download James Dashner's The Eye of Minds


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Story TimePreschooler Story Time

Tuesdays and Thursdays

10 am


On Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10 am enjoy Story Time for our older preschooler friends. A variety of music, crafts and of course stories will delight children under age five.


Baby + Me

Tuesdays at 10:30 am


Every Tuesday at 10:30 am is our popular Baby + Me time. Our littlest library users aged 3-24 months are welcome along with a parent or caregiver to enjoy valuable social time, stories and finger play.


Go See our recent pictures!


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Fun Fridays for teens and tweensFun Fridays for Teens and Tweens

Friday afternoons

In the Teen Room


Teens and tweens in grades 6-12 are encouraged to check out what's happening in our teen room every Friday. From leap motion magic to holiday treats, there's something fun for just about every interest.


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Monday evenings

6 pm



America's favorite game is back! Get out of the house and enjoy a weekly game of Scrabble with old friends and new opponents at the library. We will provide the game boards and pieces, dictionaries and lazy Susans.


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Chess for 2nd-8th Graders Pinedale Adult Chess Club


6-8 pm

The Pinedale Library


Are you a chess lover but have no one to play against? Are you a novice but want to learn more about the game? Come to an informal gathering of chess enthusiasts old and new to the game on Thursdays every week. Test your skills against a human opponent and be able to say "checkmate." Feel free to bring your own board. For more information, call 367-4114.


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