106 N. Broadway, Belgrade, MT 59714
+14063884346
bcl@belgradelibrary.org
Hours: 10-6 Mon, Wed, Fri | 10-7 Tues, Thurs | 10-2 Sat | Closed Sundays
Adults

The library offers a diverse collection of both fiction and non-fiction materials as well as a variety of programming, including a book club, for adults. Check out our calendar for more information.

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Teens

We’ve created a space set aside specifically for teens. There you’ll find materials geared toward teens including graphic novels, audiobooks, novels, and even computers.

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Kids

Kids have programming year-round with our Summer and Winter Reading programs, Babies and Books, and Preschool Storytime. Come see our collection of picture books, early readers, movies, and more!

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Today at the Library

  • Free Tax Preparation: 1:30 pm

    Offered by HRDC VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance).

    Sign up info at the link below.

  • BMAB Book Club: 4:15 pm

    Monthly book club brought to you by the Bozeman Chapter of the Montana Association for the Blind. No need to be a member of the association to participate. Open to all - blind, sighted, vision impaired, and more.

    Meeting in the main lobby seating area for February and March.

  • Winter Fitness: Low Impact Cardio: 6:00 pm

    Wear your sneakers and bring your water bottle. Gale Bacon and Kathleen Godfrey will lead low-impact cardio classes in the upstairs meeting room.

One Book Belgrade

One Book Belgrade aims to foster community connections in Belgrade by bringing people together to read. It also acts as a kickoff for the yearly Adult Winter Reading Program at the Belgrade Community Library and will hopefully become something the community looks forward to year after year.
January 2nd – February 29, 2020

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A Look Back…

Last Year We Had

Checkouts

Library Program Attendees

Library visits

Services

Below is a list of some of the services the library offers

Catalog

The library has over 28,000 items available for checkout including books, audio-books, and videos.

MontanaLibrary2Go

Over 25,000 titles are available for checkout from MontanaLibrary2Go as eBooks or audiobooks. Check out the Libby app to borrow items on your smartphone or tablet!

Milesnick Meeting Room

The library has a meeting room that can be booked. Please call us at (406)388-4346 for more information. Click here for our policy.

Book-A-Tech

Our Book-A-Tech program allows patrons to schedule a meeting with a library staff person for assistance with basic technology questions or needs. Please call (406)388-4346

Public Computers

Internet-accessible public computer are available for use. Printing is also available from these computers for a fee. The computers include software for word-processing and other basic functions. Click here for our policy. 

Printing | Faxing | Scanning

Printing: 10¢/page (black and white) | 30¢/page (color)
Faxing: 50¢/page (not including the cover sheet)
Scanning: 30¢/page

Programs

We offer programming for adults, teens, and kids. Check out our calendar to see upcoming programs!

Proctoring

Please call us at (406)388-4346 for more information.

Latest News

Thank you, Montana Nonprofit Association!

The entire staff at the library extends a big thank you to Montana Nonprofit Association! The library was awarded a grant to fund the pledge to help Montana get a complete[…]

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Thank you, Stockman Bank!

Thank you to Stockman Bank for supporting the purchase of technology to help the library and the state of Montana get a complete count for the 2020 Census.This year, for[…]

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February Adult Crafternoon

Make paper flowers out of old books and other materials! All supplies provided for this ever-popular crafternoon. If you have a hot glue gun, it may be helpful if you[…]

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About the Library

The Belgrade Community Library was established in 1932 by the Belgrade Women’s Club. It was housed in the city offices. In 1934 volunteers began building a new log structure on Main Street and on January 24, 1935, the library moved into the “Log Cabin.” This was home for the library until 1989 when again community volunteers came together and built the facility at 106 N. Broadway and the library moved once more. In 2002, a new addition to the library was built, adding 5500 square feet.