Between Madison & Yellowstone Ave. Hope to see you soon!
Coming to the library? For your safety and ours wear a face mask and social distance.
Your health matters to us. As a public facility, WYPL is actively encouraging social distancing. To support public and staff health due to Covid-19, please maintain a minimum distance of 6 feet/2 meters apart from others, use hand sanitizer and wear protective face masks during your visit.
Orion Star Blast 4.5′ Reflector Telescope Kit Available For Check Out! • Telescope may be borrowed by patrons 18 years or older with a permanent West Yellowstone Public Library card • Telescope is loaned for a one-week period. • Kit can be reserved up to one month in advance
Creative Crafting – Thursdays 5 – 7 pm Work on your project. Learn how to crochet, knit & more! Join new and experienced crafters for an evening of knitting, crocheting, crafting, socializing, and sharing tips and techniques. All experience levels welcome, some supplies available. Six feet apart, wearing your cutest mask!
Book Club – is meeting at the library or online! Currant book is “Beneath a Scarlet Sky” by Mark Sullivan. We will meet Tuesday, March 30th, at 5 pm at the library. Call or email us for information about joining discussion via Zoom.
GREENUPWEST YELLOWSTONE– the town recycle group is currently meeting online the first Monday of the month. Call or email us for more information
We offer ebooks and audiobooks through OverDrive, free with your library card. Read on phones, tablets, computers and eReaders including Kindle from our OverDrive website or on mobile devices using the Libby App.
We currently have over 40 portraits of longtime West Yellowstone residents hung above the tables in the Library. This will be a permanent exhibit showcasing the folks that know what it’s like to live here year round and contribute to this community.
The exhibit is a continuous work in progress as we coordinate more photographs. If you’re interested in checking it out, stop by anytime we’re open. If you want more information about potentially having your photo taken, just email us (firstname.lastname@example.org), call us (406-646-9017), or drop in!
A Study of Winter
Local fisherman and photographer John Juracek’s beautiful take on winter is currently on display on our north wall. For more information visit his website johnjuracek.com