Welcome to the Hot Springs Library

Preston Hot Springs
Town County Library

203 East Main
PO Box 850
Hot Springs, MT

406-741-3491 Hot Springs Library

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About our Library

The  Preston Town County Library opened in September 1997. This was the culmination of many years of fundraising and hard work. Over 140 groups, organizations, and individuals donated toward the building fund since the Library Board of Trustees and the Friends of the Library began fundraising efforts in 1989.

      The new building was named in honor of the Preston family for many generous donations to the building fund. The meeting room has been named for Bea Blackburn Hannon, who wrote some of the first proposals for the new building and was librarian for many years. Lillian Davis donated countless hours cataloging books and helping out in many ways. The workroom is named for Lillian in her memory.


The landscaping of the building was finished during the Spring and Summer of 1999. This was made possible with part of a CTEP (Community Transportation Enhancement Program) grant. The balance of the grant paid for new sidewalks and landscaping for the business area of Hot Springs, as well.
      We invite you come and visit our Library and see what can be accomplished in a small town with caring and industrious citizens.


Pandora Fasciana Library Director
Sierra LazaroLibrary Clerk

Board of Directors

Erin HollingsworthBoard Member
Joanette JoinerBoard Member
Jerry KontosBoard Member
Lisa Peters Board Member
Will TriplettBoard Member

Preston Town County Library board meetings are open to all.  Please join us on the second Monday of each month in the library non-fiction meeting room at 6 p.m.

Kids and teens enjoy our
Children's and Young Adults area

Non-fiction collection and meeting room available to community groups
for meetings and gatherings. 
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