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Since 1894, the Missoula Public Library has been working to provide programs, materials, and services to meet the informational, cultural, recreational, and educational needs of its patrons. Much has changed in the intervening years but two things have not changed: the library's commitment to providing useful and relevant materials and the staff's commitment to providing great service.

Missoula Public Library offers free wireless internet access, 20-plus public internet stations, and two study rooms in addition to our print and audio-visual collections available for check-out. The library also has a dedicated Young Adult Room for teens with computer access and lots of books and graphic novels. The library recently added self-check out stations, self-hold pickup, and roving librarians to help patrons find what they need.

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