Purpose of our Library
The library supports and enhances the cultural, recreational, informational and educational needs of our community, providing easy, equitable access to a wide variety of print and electronic resources and high quality customer service to all our citizens. Our service area of approximately 1641 people includes the town of Hot Springs, Camas and surrounding areas.
Call the Hot Springs Library at
406-741-3491 for passwords to the specialized databases.
Search for materials in our library collection using WorldCat
WorldCat is the world's largest bibliographic database, built and maintained collectively by libraries that participate in the OCLC global cooperative. Created in 1971, WorldCat catalogs the content of more than 50,000 libraries in more than ninety countries. As of May 2007, it contains more than 1 billion records referencing physical and digital items in more than 360 languages.
Click Here: www.WorldCat.org
For a wide variety of links including Montana Maps, Montana historical reference and photo resources, and much more.
Click Here: MontanaLibraries.org
Click Here: Salish Kootenai College Library Catalog Search
Extensive automobile repair and parts information can be found at the
Auto Repair Database.
Click Here: Auto Research Database
Infotrac is a widely used database featuring magazine, newspaper and journal articles.
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It includes general and specialized areas
of information such as Health Reference Center, legal publications, business, company, market and industry areas,
and many more.
Click Here: InfoTrac
Dictionary -- No Password
Click Here: Free Dictionary
Have fun exploring these wonderful resources and please let us know if you need assistance. Training is available at the library to help you to utilize the computer for searching the internet and online databases. US Essay Writers - the home for the best writers.
Hours: Monday 10am-5pm, Wednesday 10am-5pm and Saturday 10am-4pm
Location: From Broadway (the main road into town) take a left at A-Street (Mission Valley Power building is at the southwest corner of this intersection.)
We can obtain materials for you from other libraries. Let us show you how. You can use Worldcat.org to find the materials you want or let us help you search for items.
Hot Springs, Montana
The Town of Hot Springs was incorporated
in 1929. The current population is
approximately 600 people.
Hot Springs was named for the mineral waters that flow in the area. Some believe these waters have comparable medicinal values with Baden-Baden, Germany.
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We are located 30 miles from Flathead Lake, 65 miles from Kalispell, and approximately 75 miles from Missoula in Western Montana. We are located on the Flathead Indian Reservation and considered part of Glacier Country
Hot Springs Growth Policy
here to download/view the Town of Hot
Springs Growth Policy Plan-Draft 2009