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.SEE MORE
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.SEE MORE
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!SEE MORE
See our Coronavirus (COVID-19) section under our resources page for reliable and up-to-date information on the virus.
Check out MontanaLibrary2Go. It offers over 25,000 eBooks & audiobooks for checkout on your phone or tablet.
The Library may be closed, but we will be posting weekly “virtual” story-times you can do with your kids!
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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.