Due to advanced concerns of COVID-19, the Bozeman Public Library plan to shift back to curbside, virtual, telephone, and online services only. Beginning on Friday, November 13th the Library will not be open for browsing.

Staff plans to still serve the public and will be open for curbside services Tuesday through Friday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Online services, returns and holds can be placed here or by calling (406) 582-2410.

The Library is planning to open back up to the public Monday, January 4, 2021.  Library Director Susan Gregory stated

The health and safety of our community is of the utmost importance. Keeping our doors shuttered to the public in order to stymie the potential transmission of this virus to each other is one of the ways that the Bozeman Public Library continues to help our health partners as they battle this virus.

Also don't forget the Bozeman Library offers downloadable movies, books, and more. All you need is a library card!  The Library is offering a way to download or stream media content for free with Hoopla Digital.

Just create a Hoopla account here or download the app in your Google Play or Apple Store.  Then you can browse all of the Hoopla titles that are available.  When you find something you like just select "Borrow," it will appear under your titles, and you can enjoy your media.

Hoopla Digital is only available with your library card and it will be restricted to 5 checkouts a month.

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