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March 28, 2022

In the Spotlight: Stephanie Andujar

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Stephanie Andujar

Actress, director, producer, writer, singer, dancer, and songwriter

"I Have a Dream" Alumna Stephanie Andujar

 Stephanie Andujar will be "I Have a Dream" Foundation - Idaho's special guest at a spring event celebrating graduating seniors and new young Dream Scholars in the Wood River Valley. She will share how her experience with

IHDF-NYC impacted her life, and

about her love for libraries.

Friday, April 1

5:00 p.m. | Lecture Hall

Register here.

This Week at The Library

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Story Time: The Color Yellow

Monday, March 28

10:30 - 11:00 a.m.

Lecture Hall


Lunchtime Language: Spanish

with Leo Padilla

Tuesday, March 29

12:00 - 1:00 p.m.

Programs Studio


Creative Writing Workshop

Tuesday, March 29

12:00 - 1:00 p.m.



Tech Help Desk

with Paul Zimmerman

Wednesday, March 30

Drop in between 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Lecture Hall


So You Want to Talk About Race

Book Discussion: Chapters 4 & 5

Thursday, March 31

5:00 - 6:30 p.m.

Hailey Public Library

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The First Wave

Film Screening and Q&A

Friday, April 1

2:00 - 4:00 p.m.

Lecture Hall

Seating is limited to the first 100 attendees.

In partnership with the Sun Valley Film Festival

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Explorer: The Last Tepui

Film Screening

Saturday, April 2

12:00 - 1:00 p.m.

Lecture Hall

Seating is limited to the first 100 attendees.

In partnership with the Sun Valley Film Festival

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Email Martha Williams to register.

Sign Up for "Story as Medicine"

Wednesdays in April

with Tony Tekaroniake Evans

Beginning April 6 | Zoom

This 4-week writing series is primarily for memoir writers, but any genre is welcome. The workshops will explore the process of personal transformation through an interpretation of past experiences. 

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Next Week at The Library

  • A Parent's Guide to Teens & Social Media
  • National Reactor Innovation Center Panel
  • Mountain Humane Panel
  • Story as Medicine Writing Workshop
  • The Library, Gold Mine Stores, and Museum will be closed Friday, April 8

Click here to see the full calendar.

Book Review: Library Staff

"[Dickeyland] is a reflection on how one melds formative experiences with one’s passion to forge a rich and meaningful life.”
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Gold Mine Managing Director, Craig Barry, recommends Tripping to Dickeyland by Michael Hanson.

Tripping to Dickeyland is a wonderful mixture of a writer’s friendships, aspirations, admirations, and fears—the stuff that fuels much of our lives, and the brushes with which all artists use to leave their marks.

This book is powerfully written and unabashedly honest as it explores the creative process and the sometimes overwhelming joy and crushing self-doubt that accompanies any writer who opens their heart... 

Read Craig's Book Review here.

Book Beat: Student Book Review


Hi, I am Jasmine. I am 11 years old and live in Ketchum, Idaho. I love ski racing, snow/winter, and many other fun things.

For my Book Beat review, I read Restart by Gordon Korman.

Before the accident, Chase was a big deal at his school. People either shivered in fear when Chase came by or treated him like a hero. He was the big bully of his school, the kind that got him in real trouble.

Nevertheless, he was a very successful athlete, being the second after his father to win the championship games. The accident gives Chase a chance at what many people desire. . .

Read Jasmine's Book Beat Review here.

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