While many people are concentrating on the holidays this month, the Butte Public Library staff continues to provide educational and enduring workshops and events to the public. So why not take a break from your busy schedule this holiday season and enjoy one of the many intriguing projects offered at the Butte Public Library? First up, here's what's on tap for students with "TEEN CLUBS" beginning at 4 p.m. at the Butte Public Library (226 W. Broadway):

Manga and Anime for the artistic at heart, Monday, December 19th

Lego Build is a chance for young engineer-enthusiasts to build whatever they imagine. Tuesdays, December 20th & 27th

* Gaming Day is WiFi action at its finest, or teens can opt for nostalgic board games. Wednesdays, December 21st and 28th.

* Science Club offers new experiments to teen participants and has proven to be the best way to dive into the world of science. Fridays, December 23rd & 30th 


* For the LITTLE ONES - Story Time starts at 11 a.m. in the children's room of the Butte Public Library Fridays, December 23rd & 30th. This month's featured book is "Polar Express." For more information about Story Time, contact Cathy at (406) 723-3361.


* For all agesTuesdays, December 20th & 27th, get involved with the Loosely Knit Club at the Butte Public Library. If you like to crochet, knit or create crafts, then this get-together may be a good match! Happens 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

* Also, for anyone interested, the Butte Chess Club meets at the Butte Public Library Wednesdays, December 21st & 28th (5 to 7 p.m.). Checkmate!

* Other workshops include Life Writing Memoirs for young and old alike on Thursdays, December 22nd & 29th (1 to 3 p.m.) 

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