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The week of March 13 marks the closure of the Bozeman Public Library



Bozeman, Montana – Prepare for the Bozeman Public Library’s next weeklong closure.

Doors will reopen to the public on Friday, March 17, after the closure begins on Monday, March 13.

The closure will provide staff time to get the library ready for use once phase one of construction is complete. There will be some new workspaces on the first floor, as well as new workspaces on the second floor, as well as computers that individuals may borrow and use from the library.

The majority of the work will move to the north side of the structure during phase two of development, which will last a few months.

Corey Sloan, the department head for adult programming, stated that the large community room and tiny community room would then be refurbished and turned into two learning labs.

The staff is requesting that patrons keep their books for as long as feasible or as near to the due date as possible.

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