Current Happenings

National Friends of the Library Week is October 15-21, 2017.  Join us today!  Be a Friend.  Make a difference.

Our Purpose

The purpose of Friends of Neill Public Library is to supplement Neill Public Library’s materials, programs, professional development and special needs not covered by the library’s regular budget.

We hope you will help us support Neill Public Library. Join as a member, give a gift, or browse our book sale items which are always available during open library hours.

Friends of Neill Public Library (FNPL) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization incorporated in the state of Washington. All donations to FNPL are tax deductible according to the Internal Revenue Code.

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Neill Public Library is pleased to feature art by local scrap metal artist Dave Coyle. “A Different Kind of Junkyard” features futuristic steampunk creations, “grubby” robots, and other whimsical creatures. Coyle’s art is on display now through November. ... See MoreSee Less

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National Voter Registration Day is Tuesday, September 26. Representatives from the Pullman League of Women Voters will be at Neill Public Library from 3:00 – 7:00 pm tomorrow to assist with voter registration. Drop-ins welcome. Visit www.myvote.wa.gov to check your current voter status in Washington State. ... See MoreSee Less

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In our book sale area mysteries/thrillers are on sale. Paperbacks are 3/$1 and hardbacks are 2/$1. Parenting books are still on sale through the end of the month. Grab those at 4/$1. Many of these will be pulled from the shelves at the end of the month. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Civil War in Cinema: From Birth of a Nation to Ken Burns
Monday, September 25, 5:30pm

Neill Public Library welcomes film historian Lance Rhoades as we discuss the history of the Civil War on the silver screen!

The American Civil War has been a perennially popular subject in cinema. The war had been over for less than fifty years when movies began to reach the public on a large scale; some veterans were still alive to see their likenesses captured in celluloid. Over one hundred years later, this near-constant obsession with the Civil War not only reflects the nation’s ongoing attempt to understand a most traumatic period, it also illuminates changing attitudes about national identity and character. Join in a conversation about the cinema the war has inspired, and how it reflects changes in our nation.

This free event takes place Monday, September 25, at 5:30pm in the Neill Public Library Hecht Room.

The event is free to the public and requires no registration, but please note seating is limited. Light refreshments will be served.

About Lance Rhoades

Lance Rhoades is a multifaceted Seattle-based scholar who completed his graduate studies in Comparative Literature and Cinema Studies at the University of Washington, where he has taught in the Department of Comparative Literature, and in the Cinema Studies, Comparative History of Ideas, and American Indian Studies programs, and was a recipient of the UW’s Excellence in Teaching award.
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