Wolf Point Library Resources Still Available During Shutdown
Patrons Encouraged To Make Appointments
Roosevelt County Library director Andrea Hayes told the Northern Plains Independent that the main library in Wolf Point is keeping regular hours, with changes to protocols for browsing the stacks. Patrons are asked to contact the library to schedule individual visits. “As of this moment, our hours have not changed, but you need to call and make an appointment to come into the library,” said Hayes.
Despite the changes, library members will still have access to books and other materials.
“Patrons can check out books, CDs, DVDs and magazines,” Hayes said.
If you have materials you’d like to hang onto, that’s okay too, Hayes noted.
“We will be automatically renewing materials that become overdue until further notice,” said Hayes.
She added that internet browsing isn’t allowed during scheduled visits.
“Only the wireless outside of the library building is accessible at this time.”
Coronavirus information, Census information, MontanaLawHelp, Chronicling America and an array of electronic reading materials are available via the library’s website: rooseveltcountylibrary. org.
“The Montana Library-2Go has a vast collection of e-books and e-audiobooks that are available to anyone with a valid Roosevelt County Library card,” said Hayes.
Patrons are encouraged to check out the main’s Facebook page for additional updates and resources.
The Roosevelt County Library is located at 220 Second Avenue South in Wolf Point. Contact them by phone at 653-2411.