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Highlight of Programs & Services 
Scroll down the list to see a variety of some of the programs and services offered at the library. 

The library strives to foster a love of reading, encourage life-long learning, embrace new technologies, and champion literature.
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Kid Programs

The Dolly Parton Imagination Library

We are pleased to partner with First Lady Susan Gianforte's literacy initiative, to provide this great program.​ If you have a child in your household under age five you are eligible to participate. Click HERE for additional information and to register! 

Summer Reading Program

The Summer Reading Program (SRP) is held every year during the summer and is FREE to the public. There are activities and events for children, teens, and adults. Please stay tuned for dates and more information on the 2024 summer reading/learning program.

Story Time 

Runs September 2023 to May 2024. The Thursday summer programs in June and July are incorporated in the summer reading program schedule. They are designed for babies and young children ages 0-6.

Lego Club

WINTER Program - Lego Club is a program for kids ages 6-12 and traditionally held sometime during the winter months. Pre-registration is required. Watch for Lego Club updates to come this winter. Please note that a parent or trusted adult is expected to stay with younger kids. The activities and programs are designed to challenge young minds and for friends and family to have fun together while learning. We will do our best to keep the meeting space sanitary and safe for everyone to enjoy. 

Business Needs


  • The library can help with a variety of business needs, from making copies to sending faxes.  Please let one of the librarians know what you need.  

  • The library has mobile hotspots; this means patrons can check out the internet.  

  • There are computers available for use by visitors - 30 minute time limit. 

  • If you are in need of proctoring for educational and business reasons, the library is here to help.  Library staff are available to proctor students for free.  Please call the library during business hours to schedule an appointment.  

  • The library has laptops that can be used for interviews, classes or webinars.  In house use only.  Laptops have video and audio.  Please see a librarian to check on availability.  

Student Poctoring


Highlights of Additional Services 

“Fairy tales are more
than true: not because they
tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.” 
                 ― Neil Gaiman


Book Kits and Starter Kits
To check out a kit, please contact the library for availability.



Library Book Club





  • April 2023 marked the Library Book Club's 7th year! The library book club meets at the library the last Monday of the month from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.  It is free and open to adults. If you are interested in getting together to discuss books, then please join us.  Updates and additional events can also be found on our Facebook page. Our goal is to read books that introduce us to new ideas, subjects, and gain a broader view of the world. 

Outreach Programs



  • Valley View Reading & Books:  We visit several times every month scheduled around Valley View's requests.  Programs include reading and touring the facility with our book cart, distributing books or books on CD to residents.

  • Nemont Reading & Book Swap:  Our visits are twice a month - typically the first and third Wednesdays from 3:00pm - 4:00pm.  Please watch our calendar as the schedule does move a bit.  Programs have included a book club as well as reading a book(s) chosen by the residents.

  • Prairie Ridge Village Book Swap: We visit PRV once or twice a month, and sometimes by additional request.  Typically, our dates fall on the 2nd Wednesday of the month but often change to accommodate schedules at PRV.  Please see the HOME page or CALENDAR page for updates.  Due to COVID-19, we are only doing a drop off and pick up book swap.  Dates for the book swap are depending on their schedules.

  • Lustre School Book Swap: Once a month the Lustre 5th through 8th grade students visit the library to drop off and check out new books.   Visits are during the school year from September to May.  

Other Information
  • Do you enjoy watching movies, or maybe catching up on your favorite TV series?  We have over 4000 feature films, documentaries and television shows available for your enjoyment.  DVDs are checked out for a week and can be renewed for an additional week.  The fines are sort of steep, so you want to make sure to renew or return them on time.  

Movies, Documentaries and Series



Wi-Fi and Internet 
  • The library has several patron computers available for use. In addition, the WiFi is always on and can be accessed curbside.  

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Cookbook Club





  • The library cookbook club meets at the library every first Thursday of the month from 12:00pm-1:00pm. Every month the club has new cookbooks to review and use. The meetings are over lunch and designed to be potluck style, participants bringing a dish to share. Cookbook club is for adults and there is no cost to join. However, participants must pay for their own ingredients and cooking needs.

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