International Night at the Library

The International Night at the Library promotes international understanding by providing a program, where students and community members, from the USA and abroad, tell about their experiences in other countries or their home country. These programs are presented the second Tuesday and every fourth Thursday of each month at the Old Town Library and at the Front Range Community College Campus respectively.

Programs start at 7:00 pm and run for approximately one and a half hours. Everyone is more than welcome and there is no entrance fee.

The International Night at the Library is co-sponsored by the Poudre River Library District.

Presentations (2017)

  • January: Myanmar
  • February: Russia
  • March: Silk Road – Central Asia
  • April: Peru and the Amazon River
  • May: Ghana
  • June: Indonesia
  • July: Cambodia
  • August: Photography in Costa Rica and Nicaragua
  • September: Ukraine
  • October: Iran
  • November: Guyana (One Time Only)
  • December: Sierra Leone (One Time Only)

Presentations (2018)

  • January: Sierra Leone
  • February: Iran
  • March: Canada
  • April: TBD
  • May: South Africa

Locations:

Location – Old Town Library
Address – 201, Peterson Street
Date – Second Tuesday of each month, year round
Time – 7:00pm

Location – Harmony Library, Front Range Community College, Community Room
Address – 4616 South Shields Street
Date – Fourth Thursday of each month, year round except November and December
Time – 7:00pm

Interested in Sharing Your Experiences?

Please contact Mark Oberschmidt at intlibrary@fortcollinsinternationalcenter.org or 970-490-2434 for more information.
The International Night at the Library is co-sponsored by the Poudre River Library District.