Robots at the Library

Cubelets Part building block, part robot, Cubelets are a fun and easy way to get into robotics. If you attended this year’s Tech Expo in January, you may have seen them in action – or even put them into action yourself. If you missed them at the Tech Expo, don’t worry, we will be bringing […]

Mesa County Libraries take bold steps forward in 2016

By Joseph Sanchez, Director, Mesa County Libraries In 2016, Mesa County Libraries expanded what it means to be a library. From the opening of the 970West Studio to the introduction of an innovative new app, Mesa County Libraries are creating new and different ways to help local residents learn, discover, create, and connect with one another. […]

Kid Grand Prize Winners!

A couple of weeks ago, four-year-old Izzi walked into the Fruita library with flutterings in her stomach and her father by her side.  It was a special day; she was the lucky winner of a grand prize!  All summer long Izzi and her parents read together, they logged the hours, and now Izzi was at […]

Get in the game: read!

Summer Reading at Mesa County Libraries is just around the corner – the program begins May 23rd and you can register online now! There are a ton of great teen events going on during the Summer, beginning with the Teen Kickoff Party on June 3rd from 5-8pm in the Central Library Parking Lot. Come by […]

Wonder and Magic

Remember the wonder of reading fairy tales like Hansel & Gretel and the magical pull of musical arrangements that called to you? High Desert Opera has combined the two in their next performance of Hansel & Gretel. Come to the Central library on Tuesday, July 7th at 6:30 p.m. for an “Informance” presented by Ed […]