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April 21, 10:00 AM - May 9, 5:00 PM @ Second Floor of the Library, under the skylight.
The Billings Public Library hosts a 5-panel exhibit which chronicles the civic history of women in Montana. Montana women seized their right to vote in November, 1914, when suffrage was extended to most women in the state. To help celebrate this important centennial, an ad-hoc committee of staff from the Mansfield Library of the University of Montana created the exhibit, "Leading the Way-Montana Woman Suffrage & the Struggle for Equal Citizenship". Many national suffrage supporters looked west for inspiration. Montana passed its suffrage referendum six years before it the 20th amendment to the US Constitution became the law of the land. The traveling exhibit uses historic photographs, archival documents, and other rare materials to highlight the role that Montana women played in fulfilling the promise of democracy and their full rights of citizenship.
April 26, 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Billings Public Library
International Food Gardeners, Wayne and Connie Burleson from Absarokee will give a presentation on Inexpensive Family Gardening that makes growing your own healthy food simple, fun, easy and extend the Billings growing season. They teach that creating super soils = healthy food = healthy people. Bring the kids and watch the demonstration. Kids will receive a free ‘Gardening for Life’ food growing kit. A book signing will follow in the Popular Materials Room.
April 26, 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM @ Story Time Corner
March 17 - November 2
The Landfill will be open on Sundays starting May 4 2014. Landfill hours on Sundays are 12pm-5pm