Coffee, Donuts, and a Show
Every first Saturday of the month at 10:30 am
Saturday, January 6 at 10:30am
Start your weekend off right! Relax and enjoy coffee and donuts while watching a film on a Saturday morning.  This month we’ll be showing a movie that was #5 on the American Film Institute’s 100 years…100 movies list and one of the greatest musicals ever made. It tells the story of three movie stars who get caught up in the transition from silent films to “talkies.”

Disney Karaoke!
Saturday, January 6 at 3:30pm
If you love Disney sound tracks, you don’t want to miss this! All ages are welcome to participate (yes, adults too!). Bring the whole family to listen to others preform or to share your talents. Disney themed costumes are welcome!

Soldotna Library Friends Board Meeting
Wednesday, January 10 at 2:30pm
Join the Soldotna Library Friends Board in their discussion of ongoing library fundraising efforts. Open to all members of the Soldotna Library Friends. 

Game Day: Ticket to Ride®
Saturday, January 13 at 2pm
Have you heard about Ticket to Ride®, the “cross-country train adventure game,” and want to join the fun? Are you a veteran player? Join other community members to learn and play this award winning table top game. Copies will be provided or bring your own. 

Library Advisory Board Meeting
Monday, January 15 at 5:15pm at City Hall
Attend the Library Board meeting to learn more about library operations.

Book Club
Tuesday, January 16 at 1pm
This month we will be discussing “The Complete Persepolis” by Marjane Satrapi. For more information about the book club and a full reading list, contact Reilly at

Between Earth and Sky: Climate Change on the Last Frontier
Tuesday, January 16 at 6pm and Saturday, January 27 at 3pm
Alaska has been the source of myth and legend in the imagination of Americans for centuries, and what was once the last frontier of American expansion, has become the first frontier in climate change. Between Earth and Sky examines climate change through the lens of impacts to native Alaskans, receding glaciers, and arctic soil. This film is an official selection of the Anchorage International Film Festival. The film was funded by The Natural Resources Conservation Service, Texas Tech Public Media, Soil Science Society of America, BL Allen Endowment in Pedology, University of Alaska Fairbanks. Learn more at The film is available for purchase on iTunes, Amazon and Google Play. 

Movies @ the Library
Tuesday, January 23 at 5:30 PM
Tired of watching blockbuster movies on the small screen? Then join us for this out-of-this-world screening: In their second outing, these heroes of the Marvel Universe continue to traverse the cosmos while trying to unravel the mystery of the parentage of one of their own. Rated PG 13. Popcorn and refreshments will be served.

Soldotna Library Friends Book Sale
Thursday, January 25 from 2pm-6pm
Join us for great reading bargains!

Escape the Room: Ad Agent
Thursday, January 25 at 6pm
It is the 1950’s, and a rogue U.S. spy decides to start sharing top secret information with agents all over the world. You have 45 minutes to find his current location before he gives away any more secrets to foreign spies. Light refreshments will be served. Registration required. Please call the front desk at 907-262-4227 to reserve your spot.  This program is designed for adults.

Harry Potter Book Night
Thursday, February 1 at 4pm
Join us for some magical activities celebrating the world of Harry Potter! Costumes encouraged! 

Escape the Room: The Magical World of Harry Potter
Thursday, February 1 at 6pm
Join us for some magical break-out activities celebrating the world of Harry Potter! Costumes encouraged! Light refreshments will be served. Registration required. Please call the front desk at 907-262-4227 to reserve your spot.  This program is designed for adults.

Art Committee Accepting Proposals for Rotating Art Display
The Art Committee is accepting proposals for the upcoming shows on an ongoing basis.  Interested artists should submit cohesive bodies of work that can fill four to eight 8-foot long sections.  Each show runs for two months. To submit your work, please email images, an artist statement, and artist biography with subject heading "Library art exhibit submission" to Nathan Nash:, Amy Kruse, or drop submissions off at the Soldotna Public Library service desk “ATTN: Art Committee.”​



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