Dillon Public Library seeks to provide the best possible services and materials for informational, educational, cultural, and recreational use by the community.  Dillon Public Library supports an informed community, lifelong learning, and the love of reading by providing access for all Dillon and Beaverhead County residents to a universe of ideas and information.  Our library goes beyond the mere provision of factual information, but serves the community as a cultural center, an after-school destination, a meeting location, a haven for reflection, a happening place, and a source of wide-ranging knowledge and entertainment in a welcoming environment.


John A. Garry-Chairperson, Dillon Public Library

John Garry, Chairperson City of Dillon Montana Public Library

I am the Dillon, Montana City Councilperson representative on the Library Board and have held that position for approximately two years.

At the current date, I am 69 years of age.

I was raised in Dillon, Montana attending all grades in the Dillon public school system and one year at Western Montana College of Education, now University of Montana Western.  The exception was my third grade, which was spent in Grand Forks, North Dakota.  I hold a BS from Montana State University and a MS degree from University of Phoenix.

My working career was as an Instrumentation Engineer with the Northrop Grumman Corporation, (NGC), in the Los Angeles, California area.  During those 40+ years, I held various levels of engineering and management positions.  I am retired.

In the summer of 2015, Liz, my wife of 37 years, and I returned to Dillon to enjoy our retirement years.

I am also a member of the local Lions Club and one of the drivers for the Disabled American Veterans, (DAV) van.

Susan Davis- Vice Chariman

Charlene Macioroski-Federation Representative

Diane Armstrong

Matt Kenworthy