LIBRARY HOURS: MONDAY 10AM - 6PM | TUESDAY 10AM - 8PM | WEDNESDAY 10AM - 8PM | THURSDAY 10AM - 8PM | FRIDAY 10AM - 6PM | SATURDAY 10AM - 6PM | SUNDAY CLOSED
6:00 p.m. - The Family of Woman Film Festival - Anzaira Roxas Lecture - [read more]
6:00 p.m. - Harvey Art Projects Presents: Architect Michael Suttor [read more]
6:00 p.m. - Tech Classes with Paul: iPad and iPhone Class [read more]
Join musician Gary Eller on a romp through Idaho's early music, and be transported by his amazing banjo tunes to a time of mining and rough-housing.
Gary Eller has played American roots music since he grew up in rural West Virginia. Following a thirty year career as a nuclear scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, he retired to Nampa and immediately became deeply involved in Idaho history and music. With funding from the Idaho Humanities Council in 2007 and 2008, he compiled almost 200 historically rooted songs of our region and performs them at many events throughout Idaho. Eller works closely with regional museums and universities to collect, archive and bring to life through performance and interpretation the wonderful windows into Idaho’s heritage that these songs present.