3rd Annual New Book Drive




Happy Monday, everyone!

Today kicks of the 3rd Annual New Book Drive that the library sponsors in conjunction with the Wyoming Food For Thought Project. The Food For Thought (FFT) Project collects and distributes weekly food bags to K-12 Natrona County students in food-insecure situations each Friday so that every student comes to school each Monday morning, full and ready to learn!

Over the long winter break, Food For Thought sends home extra food and this is the third year that we will also be adding a NEW grade-level appropriate book to the bags, but we can’t do it without your help.

The deets:

Who: YOU!

What: a NEW book appropriate for kids in all grade levels

When: October 24th- December 2

Where: Drop off your books at the Gateway 3rd floor, library, Digital Learning Center, or the campus bookstore. The Tate Museum is also offering a discount on books purchased in its gift store, plus donating a book for every 10 sold- and they have some awesome books to choose from! We have locations around town, too: Wind City Books, HQ Barbecue, and Great Harvest Bread Co. If all else fails, call the library (268-2269) and we will come fetch your donations! We also have a Wish List to help you out!

Why: To share the gift of reading!

We really, really appreciate everyone who has donated in the past and look forward to working with you again!

Thank you so much!

Brad Matthies, Library Director

Sarah Mailloux, Book Drive Coordinator

Evening Writing Center tutoring in the library!



The Writing Center now has a tutor, Jamie Smith, available for appointments Monday through Thursday form 5:00-8:00 p.m. with the last appointment running from 7:00-8:00 p.m.  These times are by appointment only and can be scheduled by calling the Writing Center at 268-2610 during our regular hours. Students who have made appointments will meet Jamie in the main lobby of the library. Please announce this additional time in classes.

Darby Sawyer
Casper College Writing Center

125 College Drive; SH-139
Casper, Wyoming 82601

Politics Through the Years Display


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The Western History Center created a fantastic display of Wyoming political memorabilia. Included are photos, unique Wyoming election documents, and my favorite: historical political buttons!

We can assure you that this display is less polarizing than the current election so if WY politics interests you, please come to the library and check out their hard work!