Humanities Montana Speakers Bureau
Part journalist and, apparently, part nurse, the poet Walt Whitman spent most of the Civil War caring for wounded Union soldiers, even writing letters home on behalf of some of them.
Bill Rossiter sings and plays guitar as part of his two Humanities Montana Speakers Bureau programs coming next week to Columbus and Absarokee.
COLUMBUS —The Friends of the Stillwater County Library are bringing two Humanities Montana Speakers Bureau programs featuring Bill Rossiter to the Columbus and Absarokee senior centers on Oct. 23 and 24.
Essayist and author John Clayton will present “Happily Ever Aftering on a Montana Cattle Ranch,” a discussion of author Caroline Lockhart at 6 p.m. on Saturday at the Pictograph Cave State Park Visitor Center.
David Abrams, author of the acclaimed novel "Fobbit," will be at the Parmly Billings Library on May 25 presenting "How to Tell a War Story," a Humanities Montana Speakers Bureau program.
William Rossiter will present “For Lincoln and Liberty, Too: Songs as Sound Clips from the Civil War,” at 4 p.m. on Wednesday at the Parmly Billings Library.