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A safe, welcoming, and supportive space for individuals experiencing memory loss and their caregivers and family members. Live Memory Cafés are canceled until further notice. For now we are offering virtual sessions. You can view past Virtual Memory Cafés below.  Access other virtual cafés recurring weekly around the country

Upcoming Virtual Memory Cafe's

View upcoming sessions on our Calendar of Events page.

Adult Story Time

This month join Amanda and Marje for a fascinating adult story time. We promise it will be mysterious and extremely engaging!

Every Spirit Shines

You are invited to join non-profit group Turning the Wheel Missoula for gentle movement games, rhythm and word play! Invite a caregiver, family or friends to join you and let your creativity shine! We will learn a song and sing along, share stories, and find joyful connection in sharing appreciations. This is a gentle and feel good community time for you to get in touch with your playful side.

The Historical Museum Artifacts Presentation

The Historical Museum at Fort Missoula will explore the museum’s collections of fanciful and familiar artifacts that made home life easier through the past 100 years.

Every Spirit Shines with Turning the Wheel

Turning the Wheel Missoula presents the live Zoom event, Every Spirit Shines. Enjoy movement games & word play!

Missoula Community Chorus Concert

Special musical guests from the Missoula Community Chorus have recorded a selection of holiday music to perform for our Memory Café audience. Get in the spirit of the holidays and sit back with a cup of hot chocolate to enjoy this special performance!

Giving Thanks

November is traditionally a time to reflect and give thanks. Join us via Zoom for reflection on the words of Eleanor Roosevelt and others, and in writing thank you notes to honor those in our lives for whom we are grateful.

Virtual Tour of the U of M Herbarium

The University of Montana Herbarium is an irreplaceable resource for the activity of the botany and plant ecology of Montana. It contains over 130,000 plant specimens and has the largest and best representation of the flora of the Northern Rocky Mountains in the world. The Herbarium is particularly well-known for its outstanding collections from the alpine and montane regions of Montana. This is the same tour Shannon gives to in-person visitors so prepare for a wonderful experience!

Virtual Tour of Your New Missoula Public Library

Go on on a special tour of the new library space to see where we will hold our future Memory Café workshops. Also featured is a special demonstration from the MPL MakerSpace with the 3D printer.

Memory Café with Gary Gillett from the Missoula City Band

If you would like to view virtual session, please email

The Day That Finally Came: a Virtual Discussion with Chris La Tray

Librarians Reading Poetry

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