ENJOYMENT, ENTERTAINMENT, ENRICHMENT...FIND IT AT THE LIBRARY!
The Harlem Public Library offers a broad spectrum of materials. A knowledgeable and friendly staff is on hand to meet the varied and diverse needs of the patrons. Free and open access for every person in our service area is guaranteed. We are handicap accessible, with a public restroom, a reading room, public computers, free wifi, a children's area and Playspace, and a meeting room.
Online Book Club, ANYTIME!: Join our Online Book via Facebook! Search "Harlem Public Library Online Book Club" in the search bar on Facebook, then ask to join our group. You'll find more information there. For February and part of March 2020, we are reading The Institute by Stephen King. Call if you have any questions.
February 20th, 27th, & March 5th, Thursday evenings, 6:00-7:30 pm: Jake Strissel from Bullhook Community Heath Center will present "Circle of Security" parenting classes. This is a FREE 5 week series. Childcare will be provided. This program meets requirements for CPS Parenting Plan.
February 17th: CLOSED in observance of Presidents' Day.
February 25th, 4:15 pm: Library Board Meeting. Public is encouraged to attend.
Download eBooks and Audiobooks from your device using your library card!
1) Go to: montana.overdrive.com
2) Select Harlem Public Library from the list of libraries.
3) Type in your library card number
4) Enjoy your book!
If you have any questions or need your library card number, please give us a call!
For the 2020 Book Challenge, you will be given a "type" of book to read each month. After you've completed that challenge, contact us, and your name will be entered into a drawing for a $10 gift certificate to a local business. Here are the challenges for the months in 2020:
January: Read a book with an ugly cover
February: Read a book that reminds you of someone you love
March: Read a book about religion
April: Read a book with a name in the title
May: Read a book written by an author of color
June: Read the original or retelling of a fairytale
July: Read a book that features nonhuman characters
August: Read a book set in another time
September: Read a book written before you were born
October: Read a book with a body part in the title
November: Read a book about politics
December: Read a book on a library display
February's passive programming!
Color us a heart to help complete a quilt.
Get your preschooler Ready to Read with the text program from the Montana State Library!
To sign up, text "SIGNUP" to (406) 204-3583. It's a free program and you do not have to have a library card to sign up. You will receive three messages per week for eight months to help you learn about early literacy skills and help your child develop these skills through easy practices you can do every day at home, like reading, singing, talking, playing, and writing together.
If, for any reason and at any time, you'd like to stop receiving text messages, just text the word "stop" to the same number.
Call or stop by if you have any questions about this program.
Storytime, Tuesdays, 10:00 am:
A program for children ages 0-5 and their parents/caregivers. You're invited to join us in a time of stories, songs, activities, and play, all while encouraging early literacy. The first Wednesday of each month, there will be a storytime program held at the
Turner Christian Church at 10:00 am.
After School Squad, Wednesdays, 3:30-4:30:
A program for elementary students with stories, projects, and snacks!
LEGO Club, Thursdays, 4:30-5:30:
A program for all ages! Come and build with Legos
provided by the library.