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Sixty-eight new Grammy and Country Music Association Awards nominations and winners have been added to our collection. Come in and see them and all of our music!


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Board of Directors Mtg.

3 pm on Thursday,
April 30th at

The Pinedale Library


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




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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.





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We're hiringWe're hiring: Big Piney Part-time Library Assistant

Applications due by 5 pm on Saturday, April 4th


The Sublette County Libraries are seeking a part-time, 15 hour per week Library Assistant for the Big Piney Library. The work schedule includes two Saturdays per month. Starting pay is $15 an hour. Duties include working at the circulation desk assisting patrons. Applications must be received by the Library Director no later than 5:00 pm, Saturday, April 4, 2015. Applications may be dropped off in Pinedale or Big Piney.


Go View the complete job description

Go View the Work Schedule

Go Download an Employment Application


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This week at the Pinedale LibraryThe 2015 Daphne Platts March Film Festival concludes
Saturday, March 28th
6 pm & 7:30 pm


The popular Daphne Platts March Film Festival concludes this Saturday with a showing of the documentary Art and Craft at 6 pm & the feature film The Imitation Game at 7:30 pm. Come for one or both features—admission is free.


Go Access more info about the movies and watch their trailers


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Call for Homemade Fiber Art

Entries due April 30th; Exhibit your work during May


During the month of May we will be displaying homemade fiber art. What is considered fiber art? Any kind of art constructed from natural or synthetic fiber such as yarn or fabric. Weavings, knitted or crocheted goods, lace, embroidered items ... any fiber art we can hang on the gallery walls is welcome. We will conclude the May exhibit with an all day Fiber Festival on Saturday, May 30th. The morning will be filled with a live llama shearing demonstration followed by carding wool, spinning wool and a discussion about dyes. In the afternoon the public is invited to watch artisans demonstrating their crafts in the Lovatt Room. So, come and show off what you've been working on all winter—your piece(s) may be delivered until April 30th. Contact Juli at the library with questions:


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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!


Join us for our Storytime Easter Egg Hunt on Thursday, April 2nd in the Children's Room. Bring your baskets and join the fun.


Baby and Me




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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Kenneth Becker ExhibitKenneth Becker Exhibit Opening Reception

Thursday, April 2nd

6 pm


During the month of April, view the works of Kenneth Becker (1913-1972) in the library’s gallery. Kenneth is the father of Pinedale’s Kenny Becker and was an accomplished lithographer, though he most enjoyed creating oil paintings and watercolors. Originally from Illinois, he had a passionate love of painting the western and southwestern landscapes, working from both memory and from photographs. Four of Kenneth’s watercolors are part of the permanent collection of the Art Institute of Chicago. Enjoy an opening reception on Thursday, April 2nd at 6:30 pm.


Go Learn more about the artist Kenneth Becker


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The Pinedale Literary SocietyThe Pinedale Literary Society

Next meeting Tuesday, April 7th

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."


At the April meeting, participants will discuss The Aviator's Wife by Melanie Benjamin. Books may be picked up at the front desk while supplies last.


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


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Evening Book ClubEvening Book Club

Third Thursdays of the month

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.


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Third Annual Scrabble Tournament
Saturday, April 18th
5:30 pm

Who will get to wear the crown this year? Seeking both die-hards and just-for-fun players. Registration begins at 5 pm; games start promptly at 5:30 pm with three 45-minute rounds. We will provide the game boards and pieces, dictionaries and lazy susans. Scrabble judges and spectators are welcome. Contact Juli at the library for more info about this event:


For kids


Container GardeninSuccessful Container Gardening
Thursday, April 30th
6 pm

Got a brown thumb? Start small and dip your hands in
container gardening. Gardening in the Wyoming ground can be daunting, so scale back or go mobile. From flowers to food, from simple to elaborate, anyone can have success with container gardening. Back by popular demand, Arlinda McLaughlin and Jeanne Brown from Sage & Snow Garden Club will show you the basics of container gardening, such as choosing a container, soil selection, combining plants, fertilizing and grooming basics.


For kids


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

Meetings on the last Thursday of the month


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.


Our next book selections are Killer Pizza by Greg Taylor for some pizza making, and Sweet Treats and Secret Crushes by Lisa Greenwald to cook Asian foods and Valentine's Fortune Cookies. Teens, pick up your book in the teen room.


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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 2014 release Stone Cold or his 2015 release Endangered

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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