Join us for a full slate of events throughout February, March, April and even May with The River Why by David James Duncan. Visit readmetv.com for more information including complementary events for all ages.
Programming made possible by funding from the Idaho Humanities Council, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Joe Kozfkay, naturalist with Idaho Fish and Game, presents a family program on river ecology in our area. Participants are then invited to meet him at the River Walk to view what was covered.
Enjoy a hilarious puppet rendition of a fairy tale in which a puppy, a pig and a bear are trying out to be in a puppet show!
Please join us on Saturday, April 8th, at 10 a.m. as we discuss Saving Fish from Drowning by Amy Tan. Light refreshments will be served. The book is now available for pick-up behind the circulation counter.
"Bibi Chen had planned a journey of the senses along the famed Burma Road for eleven lucky friends. After her untimely demise, she watches aghast from her ghostly perch as the travelers veer off path and into perilous territory rife with cultural gaffes and tribal curses -- until the travelers disappear on Christmas morning."