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Kids to enjoy Halloween puppet shows in October at Mesa County Libraries

“Clifford’s Halloween,” the story of the Big Red Dog’s Halloween adventure, and “Barney’s Halloween Party,” starring the Big Purple Dinosaur, will be performed at Mesa County Libraries locations during October.

 

The shows are open to kids and their grown-ups …

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Explore the unique wildlife of Papua New Guinea Oct. 6 at the Mesa County Central Library

Papua New Guinea is the third-largest remaining rain forest on earth and is home to many unique animals, including six-foot tall birds that can kill with a kick, deadly poisonous birds, kangaroos that live in the trees, huge flying foxes, …

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Entry deadline extended to Sept. 25 for 2014 Culture Fest art show

The entry deadline has been extended to 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 25, for art works to be shown in the “Cultural Connections” juried art show that will take place as part of Mesa County Libraries’ 2014 Culture Fest.

 

The …

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Children’s Friday Fusion brings fall fun to Central Library

What could be better than movies, snacks, stories, and dancing on Friday afternoon? Find it all on four Fridays this fall and winter at the Mesa County Libraries Central Library!

 

Friday Fusion begins Friday, Sept. 26, and continues on …

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Naturopathic doctor to lead program on heart health at Mesa County Libraries

Keep your ticker intact!

 

Join Dr. Christopher Lepisto, a naturopathic doctor based in Grand Junction who specializes in allergies, pain, inflammation and digestive problems, for “Your Best Interest at Heart: Smart Testing & Treatments for Heart Health” at 6:30

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Friends of the Mesa County Libraries seek book donations for October sale

The Friends of the Mesa County Libraries are accepting good-quality, gently read books for their upcoming Fall Book Sale.

 

All genres of books – including art books, cookbooks, children’s books, local history books, and fiction that has been published …

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Overdue for a Library Card?

 

Are you or someone you know Overdue for a Library Card? If so, now is the time for you to head over to your nearest Mesa County Libraries location and get a library card (at no charge!). You …

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Teens sought to join Advisory Group at Mesa County Libraries

Teens are being sought to join the Teen Advisory Group at Mesa County Libraries.

 

The Teen Advisory Group is a way for teens to influence teen events and teen collections at Mesa County Libraries. The group meets monthly, with …

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Mesa County Libraries to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in September

During September and October, Mesa County Libraries and other community organizations will recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, a nationwide celebration of Hispanic Americans who have enriched society and the nation. Numerous events will take place at Mesa County Libraries and throughout …

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