Missoula Public Library

Missoula Public LibraryThe Missoula Public Library‘s varied programming and services include:

  • Three Tiny Tales preliteracy programs a week (10:30 a.m. T, Th, F) for children birth to 3 years old;
  • Three Storytime programs a week
    (10:30 a.m. F, 11:00 a.m. Sat, 2:00 p.m. Sun) for children 3 to 6 years old;
  • Regular tours for childcare centers and school classes;
  • A yearly collaboration with the Missoula Art Museum (MAM) that combines an art experience at the MAM with a library experience at the library;
  • A summer family reading program that provides prompts and rewards for reading and a summer activity program that offers weekly events and family movies;
  • One-time reading, entertainment and craft events throughout the year;
  • An active play area and game computers for younger kids;
  • Computer and reading area for tweens;
  • Search computers and a self-check computer;
  • A wonderful collection of old and new picture books, beginner readers, chapter books, biographies, nonfiction, comics, magazines, holiday books, and reference books; and,
  • Expert, friendly help in finding the books patrons are looking for and giving advice on literacy issues.
parents reading with child

Missoula Public Library 

301 East Main Street
Missoula MT  59802
406-721-2665
mslaplib@missoula.lib.mt.us
www.missoulapubliclibrary.org