Ernest Hemingway Symposium

Ernest Hemingway Symposium

Thursday, October 18–21, 2012

The 4th annual Ernest Hemingway Symposium theme is “Hemingway and Politics,” focusing on Ernest Hemingway’s life and writing were influenced by the world in which he lived, and how he may have used his writing to change that world.

The Symposium consists of lectures and discussions by esteemed scholars and speakers, film screenings, a tour of local Hemingway “haunts,” and museum and photo displays. All of the Symposium events are free and open to the public.

Sponsored by Boise State University and the Community Library.

Vintage Union Pacific Photograph Collection Celebration

Vintage Union Pacific Photograph Collection Celebration

Friday, May 11, 2012


The Community Library:

Awarded a grant from the Wattis-Dumke Foundation, thousands of photographs taken by Union Pacific photographers in the 1940′s and ’50s of Sun Valley’s early days have been reviewed and refreshed in the Regional History Department.

Celebrate these vibrant photographs that capture the history and culture of a newly formed mountain town. Wine and hor d’oeuvres to be served. Information about the event.

Idaho Mountain Express: Historic photos being prepped for debut