Food   for   Fines   started   on   Wednesday   Nov   1st   through   Nov   15.   The   library   will   waive five   dollars   of   overdue   fines   for   every   non-perishable   food   item   donated.      1   can   =   $5 off    your    fine.    Donations    will    go    to    Family    Services.    Important,    this    offer    is    for OVERDUE FINES ONLY, not lost or other fees.   Billings   Public   Library   is   hosting   Thinking   Money,   a   traveling   exhibition   designed   to teach   tweens,   teens   and   the   adults   in   their   lives   about   money,   through   November   29, 2017.   The   public   is   invited   to   attend   a   series   of   programs   for   various   ages   about financial topics like saving, spending and avoiding fraud. For additional details and the many associated programs,check out the exhibit page. Every   Friday,   the   Library   features   a   fun   and   free   event   for   families.      Bring   the   whole family   down   for   "Friday   Fun"   and   enjoy   games,   movies,   crafts,   music   and   exhibits. Programs    are    appropriate    for    all    ages    and    generations.   This    is    a    great    way    to connect with relatives, friends and neighbors in a fun and healthy environment. Oct 27th: Thinking Money Exhibit Opening & Reception Nov 3rd: Supernatural Geek Out Nov 10th: Closed for Veteran’s Day Nov 17th: Native American Sign Talking with Ron Garritson Nov 24th: Classic Christmas Movie - Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer "Civil   Conversations"   is   a   library-sponsored   discussion   series   designed   to   promote honest   and   respectful   communication   about   current   topics.   The   November   "Civil Conversation"   is   The   "Politics   of   Food   from   the   Land   to   the   Table"   on   November   16th at 7:00PM.
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Food     for     Fines     started     on Wednesday    Nov    1st    through Nov   15.   The   library   will   waive five   dollars   of   overdue   fines   for every   non-perishable   food   item donated.      1   can   =   $5   off   your fine.     Donations     will     go     to Family   Services.   Important,   this offer    is    for    OVERDUE    FINES ONLY, not lost or other fees.      Billings     Public     Library     is hosting    Thinking    Money,    a    traveling    exhibition    designed    to teach   tweens,   teens   and   the   adults   in   their   lives   about   money, through   November   29,   2017.   The   public   is   invited   to   attend   a series   of   programs   for   various   ages   about   financial   topics   like saving,     spending     and     avoiding fraud. For   additional   details   and   the   many associated   programs,check   out   the exhibit page. Every   Friday,   the   Library   features   a fun    and    free    event    for    families.      Bring    the    whole    family    down    for "Friday    Fun"    and    enjoy    games, movies,   crafts,   music   and   exhibits. Programs                  are appropriate   for   all   ages and    generations.    This is     a     great     way     to connect   with   relatives, friends    and    neighbors in    a    fun    and    healthy environment. Oct      27th:      Thinking Money                 Exhibit Opening & Reception Nov   3rd:   Supernatural Geek Out Nov 10th: Closed for Veteran’s Day Nov 17th: Native American Sign Talking with Ron Garritson Nov   24th:   Classic   Christmas   Movie   -   Rudolph   the   Red-Nosed Reindeer "Civil   Conversations"   is   a   library-sponsored   discussion   series designed    to    promote    honest    and    respectful    communication about   current   topics.   The   November   "Civil   Conversation"   is   The "Politics   of   Food   from   the   Land   to   the   Table"   on   November   16th at 7:00PM.
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