Happenings at the Library:
Established in 1919, Rosebud County Library prides itself as being a major community partner in Forsyth and all of Rosebud and Treasure Counties. Our library is an ever-evolving, progressive, welcoming space that offers a wide range of services such as a large collection of both nonfiction and fiction books, an impressive assortment of Westerns, audio-books, periodicals, DVD’s and music CD’s. Computers are available to the public in both desktop and laptop options, you can borrow iPads and tablets for in-library use, and we offer free internet and WiFi. We are a site for testing, and proctor tests in both digital and paper form. Staff is available, by appointment, to assist patrons with their devices and downloading ebooks and audiobooks or for more time consuming computer training. We offer weekly teen and early literacy programming as well as a wide array of special programming and events including: speakers; book sales; quilt shows; music performances; humanities programs; open houses; virtual programming; and Summer Reading Program for all ages. We proudly collaborate with area schools and volunteers from the community in both our weekly and our special programming. We also offer a large Community Room with a kitchen as an affordable rental option, as well as a smaller conference room (use restricted due to Covid Policy). Please take advantage of our many free services!
- Story Hour: Fridays at 11:00
Members of the community read stories and lead a craft or activity.
- Tot Time for Ages 0-5: Mondays at 10:00
Tot Time is an early-literacy program held in the Community Room of the library basement
with stories, music, social time, toys, games and crafts.
- Hungry High Schooler’s Book Club: Mondays in the Community Room of the library basement
during Forsyth High School lunch break.