Belgrade Community Library has been named the 2015 Best Small Library in America by Library Journal. This annual award, cosponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, was created in 2005 to showcase the exemplary work of public libraries serving populations under 25,000. BCL, . . . Read More
A prominent Belgrade ranch family has donated $400,000 to the Belgrade Community Library in honor of Joyce Milesnick and her husband, the late Stan Milesnick. The contribution kicks off the library’s newly formed capital fundraising campaign. The gift was made by Milesnick Ranch, . . . Read More
Looking for a new decoration or gift idea this winter? The library will host a free wreath-building workshop on Saturday, December 10 from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Attendees will learn how to make a wreath out of old book pages! BYO sack lunch. . . . Read More
The Belgrade Community Library invites you to travel the world one page at a time through this year’s “Winter Staycation.” Children and teens are invited to pick up reading passports beginning Wednesday, December 7. Participants will receive a library card lanyard and a free . . . Read More
The Belgrade Community Library would like to extend a heartfelt thank-you to First Interstate Bank for continued sponsorship of Wonderlust programs at the library. Wonderlust offers lifelong learning opportunities for inquiring adults. There are no “requirements”. No grades. No papers. Wonderlust is simply . . . Read More
Thank you to the Gilhousen Family Foundation for supporting the library through a generous grant. The grant will help the library purchase new materials and support patron programs. The Gilhousen Family Foundation is a charitable organization that supports community-building, children’s services, human services, . . . Read More
Montana Code Girls is a free after school program for young women ages 9 – 19 who want to learn how to code. We want to inspire young women within Montana to imagine a future where they can make a difference with code. . . . Read More
Starting in October, fall into fitness by trying one or more classes offered at the library. Drop in or call (406)388-4346 to register. Free and open to the public.