Does the library provide Internet access?
The library has unfiltered Internet terminals for adults, and filtered Internet access for Teens, available at no charge on the second floor, and filtered access in Children's Services on the ground floor. Teen and Children's computers are available only to patrons ages 17 and under. The patron must have a valid library card if a resident of Montana, or proof of state residence (driver's license). Internet terminals may be used for a total of one hour each day on a first-come, first- served basis. Cardholders will need their card number to sign on to a terminal. Visitors must get assistance from the Reference or Youth Services staff. Terminals in the Children's Services and Teen Pit areas use a filtered browser. Please read our Internet Use Policy for more information.Internet Use Policy

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1. How do I get a library card?
2. How can I reserve a meeting room?
3. Does the Library have story times for children?
4. What are the library's open hours?
5. Does the library provide Internet access?
6. Does the library have computers with office applications available?
7. Can I print documents from the library's computers?
8. How do I get a job at the Library?
9. Can I do volunteer work at the library?
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