Covid-19 Updates

Update to Road to Reopening Plan for Lewis & Clark Library:

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Under guidance from the CDC, Federal and State guidelines, and the Lewis and Clark County Health Department, the Lewis & Clark Library has approved a Phased approach to reopening the Library. Beginning April 5, 2021, the Library is in Phase IV with limited services. Click here for a complete explanation of Phases.



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How do I place holds?

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Patrons can place holds on items from our catalog, from our MSC app, or by calling the Library at (406) 447-1690. Sign up for Shoutbomb, and receive text messages when your holds are available for pickup.





How do I return my books?

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You can return your items to any Branch of the Lewis & Clark Library as well as one of the remote book drop locations. You may drop off your items at any one of these locations.





How do I get a library card?

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All residents of Lewis and Clark County are eligible for a library card. To complete an online application, click here. For information on out of county cards, click here.





What's available online?

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The Library offers a variety of online resources from CreativeBug to Ancestry.com and much more. Visit https://www.lclibrary.org/151/Online-Resources to learn more.





Can I donate my used books to the Library?

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The Library is again able to accept limited donations. The Library can not take donations of text books, manuals, or old books. Most items are used for Library outreach programs. 





Covid-19 resources available in Lewis and Clark County

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Click here to see more information about Covid-19 resources available to Lewis & Clark County area residents.