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2022 Gratitude Report

Welcome, Library lovers, to our 2022 Gratitude Report! As we delve into the pages of this year’s Gratitude Report, we embark on a captivating exploration of progress, impact, and the profound significance of libraries within our community. Inside you’ll discover how your support formed community with a potion of catmint leaves, calendula blossoms, and a […]

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Dive into summer at the Bozeman Public Library

As the days get longer, the summer sun shines brightly, and school doors close, it’s easy to forget the importance of keeping our minds active and engaged during the break. But fear not, Bozeman Public Library has a host of exciting and educational programs waiting for you! Summer learning through your Library is not just […]

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SymBozium is back!

Bozeman Public Library launched our civil discourse series, SymBozium, in 2018 with the goal to tackle tough topics featuring subject matter experts representing varied points of view. Since then, SymBozium has addressed challenging themes ranging from Water in the West to Artificial Intelligence. In 2019, SymBozium was presented with the national Baker & Taylor award […]

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Dreams are Taking Flight

After almost six months of being partially closed for renovation, we are thrilled to have the main Library spaces open again. The Library has only been open for a few weeks and our spaces have been anything but quiet! Between March 19 and April 1: 7,254 people visited the library 2,012 reference questions were answered, […]

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Bozeman Public Library Spaces Reopen March 17

After being partially closed for renovation since November 2022, we are so happy to share the news that the Bozeman Public Library will reopen the main library spaces on Friday, March 17 at 10 a.m. All materials will again be browsable and available for checkout. The Library will be completely closed to the public March […]

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YOU make our Library extraordinary!

We all know that public libraries are an essential community staple. From the 196-square-foot Norman Square Library in Norman, Arkansas to the 92-location New York Public Library system, public libraries inform, inspire, and engage. City, county, and state taxes fund the very basic library necessities like salaries, books and other materials, office supplies, and utilities. […]

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