BOZEMAN, Mont. – The Bozeman Public Library will be offering a new space for local non-profit organizations to set up shop.
The room the Library is converting used to be a public radio audio booth and is on the first floor next to the Community Room. Library Director Susan Gregory said the idea for this came from wanting to use unused space while creating more outreach.
“If a public library wants to stay dynamic and relevant and needed by its community,” said Gregory, “then we have to continue to do outreach. We need to be involved, we need to know who is out in our community and what their needs are. And the best way to do that is by staying active.”
The library will allow non-profits to reserve the space, which will be added to its online calendar. Gregory said she hopes the room is finished by the end of the month and non-profits are using the space by May.