As we wrap up our month of celebration for the dedication of the new Billings Public Library, we have many to thank. This was truly a once-in-a-lifetime event!
Over the past 18 months, we have all watched the library come to life. It has become a community conversation of questions, opinions and wonder. In just a few weeks, we will be enjoying the beauty and splendor of an architecturally significant library that will be a lasting legacy to be enjo…
British-born author Neil Gaiman and children’s author and illustrator Michael Berenstain are coming to Billings early next year to help celebrate the grand opening of the new Billings Public Library.
On behalf of the Parmly Billings Library Foundation, we extend sincere gratitude for your belief and support of our community's library.
The Parmly Billings Library Foundation has received a $100,000 grant to design a "Learning Lab" at the new city library that is under construction.
Parmly Billings Library invites local residents to be part of history.
The Library Foundation would like to thank all who joined us in "Our City, Our Future, Your Legacy" campaign. Everyone's efforts were important and essential to reaching the goals: The committee who successfully met and exceeded the goals for the capital campaign, many generous donors who ma…
Will Bruder spent election night in Phoenix at the election headquarters of mayoral candidate Greg Stanton.
Supporters of a new Parmly Billings Library say they have reached their goal of raising $5 million in private donations.
Computers Unlimited, a Billings technology company, has pledged to make a $200,000 grant to the proposed new Parmly Billings Library.
Leslie Modrow, development director for the Parmly Billings Library Foundation, has a ready answer for those who say Billings doesn’t need a new library, that the existing one is good enough.
The most compelling arguments for a better Billings library are inside the old converted hardware store warehouse that has served as our public library for the past 42 years.
Leslie Modrow, development director for the Parmly Billings Library Foundation, and her son Nick head out to distribute yard signs in support of the library initiative on Friday, Oct. 7.
Supporters assemble yard signs for the Billings Library initiative.
Chris Schmechel assembles yard signs in support of the Billings library initiative.
Parmly Billings Library patrons wait in line for the doors to open on Wednesday, Oct. 5.
Children’s librarian Cindy Patterson reads to young patrons during story time at the Parmly Billings Library.
The AAUW luncheon will be at 11:30 a.m. Saturday in the Beartooth Conference room at the MSU-B Student Union Building.
The architect hired to design a new Parmly Billings Library was back in town Tuesday, filling in the blanks and going into much more detail about his proposed design.
Architect Will Bruder, standing in front of plans for the first floor of the proposed new Parmly Billings Library, makes a presentation at a public meeting Tuesday.