Join us for a musical celebration of 'Strong Women of Early Idaho'! Idaho folklorist and musician, Gary Eller will be here to present and perform songs about women such as Marie Dorion (only Native American on the second traverse of Idaho by whites), Emma Yearian (Sheep Queen of Idaho), Elvina Moulton (liberated slave who became a prominent Boise citizen), and May Arkwright Hutton (suffragette and labor organizer).
It's an evening of good music and a little bit of history! Light refreshments will also be served. Call 208-733-2964 ext 200 for more information. All Library programs are free and open to the public.
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Idaho State Forms:
Idaho State Tax Commission
440 Falls Ave (across from CSI)
Hours: 10-3 PM, Mon-Thur
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The library does not have printed forms to hand out, however the Reference Desk can print off specific forms at a charge of .15¢ per page for black and white copies.
Join us each month to discuss the latest and greatest in the comics industry! For the month of January, we will be reading Blank Canvas: My S0-Called Artist's Journey by Akiko Higashimura at Twin Beans Coffee.
Comics & Coffee is a library program brought to you in partnership with our fellow nerds at Twin Beans Coffee Company. We meet at Twin Beans Coffee Company to discuss the latest and greatest graphic novels on the market today.
High schooler Akiko has big plans to become a popular mangaka before she even graduates, but she needs to get much better at drawing if she ever wants to reach her goal. Looking for an easy fix, she signs up for an art class, thinking all her problems will soon be solved. She’s in for a surprise: her new instructor is a bamboo sword-wielding taskmaster who doesn’t care about manga one bit. But maybe this unconventional art teacher is just what she needs to realize her dreams!