Storytime! – Wednesdays at 11:00 am for toddler/preschool Storytime! Plus playtime opportunities for socialization. Book Club - Our current book is “The House on Mango... Read More"Programs at the Library"
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
MOBILE HOTSPOTS AVAILABLE TO CHECKOUT AT THE LIBRARY!
Why would you use a hotspot?
Remote learners at home right now
Traveling without wifi for your cell phone or laptop
Interrupted wifi service at home
Out of data on your plan this month
Working from home temporarily – and many more reasons!
Wi-Fi hotspots are portable devices that allow for internet access to laptops, tablets, phones, and other devices without using your personal data plan. They can connect your device to the internet wherever there is cellular service.
West Yellowstone Public Library currently has 3 hotspots. Hotspots can be checked out for 14 days (to anyone 18 or older with a permanent library card). The service provider is T-Mobile and can be used in any area T-Mobile has coverage. Multiple users on each hotspot. Call the library at (406) 646-9017 to inquire about availability, reserve one, or any other questions.
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.
Beloved by all the kids and adults; artist Mimi Matsuda’s beautiful and whimsical art canvas prints are on permitted display in the children’s area. Thanks to the kind generosity of Mimi and the Heames Family. mimimatsudaart.com
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
“59758” Portrait Exhibit
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.