International Night at the Library

All FCIC public programs are cancelled until further notice.

International Night at the Library promotes international understanding by domestic and international students and community members share their experiences from their home country or from their international travels. These programs are presented the second Tuesday at the Old Town Library and every fourth Thursday at the Harmony Library.

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

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

Presentations in 2019-2020

  • August: Africa
  • September: Morocco
  • October: Indonesia
  • November: 50 smallest countries (one presentation only)
  • December: Dominican Republic (one presentation only)
  • January: Silk Road
  • February: Norway
  • March: Self-Sustainable Projects & Outreach to Rural Communities (SPORC) in Rwanda
  • April: Iceland in Winter
  • May: Lands Down Under: Australia, Bali, Papua New Guinea
  • June: TBD
  • July: TBD


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

Location – Harmony Library 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 at a Library Presentation?

Please contact Mark Oberschmidt at or 970-980-3557 for more information.