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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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Business owners: Learn about the power of ReferenceUSA on Sept. 23

If you own or manage a business, put this event on your calendar.

 

A workshop on how to use ReferenceUSA in market research is scheduled for 11 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 23, at the Central Library, Fifth Street and Grand …

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“Neighbors Read” at Mesa County Libraries to feature lizards, music, and more in September

The weekly “Neighbors Read” family story time at the Mesa County Libraries Central Library will feature guests discussing everything from music to lizards in September.

 

Neighbors Read happens at 6:30 p.m. each Tuesday at the Central Library, Fifth Street

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Try Out Our New Catalog!

Soon we’ll be launching a new catalog to improve your library experience!  The new catalog is more visual and makes it easier to find things on the shelf.   We’re still working out the kinks before going live, but feel …

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Mesa County Libraries announce hours for Labor Day weekend

Mesa County Libraries have announced their hours of operation for the upcoming Labor Day holiday weekend.

 

The Collbran, Orchard Mesa, and Palisade branches – which typically are open on Saturdays – will be closed Saturday, Aug. 30. All Mesa …

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