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Suspenseful gothic thrills

When a vulnerable young woman wakes up in the locked room of an insane asylum, with no memory of how she got there, the only thing she knows for sure is that she is Georgina Ferrars who lives in London …

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‘Survive Like a Yeti’ is next Junior Scientist event at Mesa County Central Library

Yetis learned long ago how to survive in snow, cold, and the harshest elements of winter. Human kids can learn a few winter survival tricks of their own at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 26, when Dr. Bruce Bauerle presents “Survive …

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January 14th Kids Club at Central: Library Bingo!

Join us at Kid's Club today starting at 2pm for Library Bingo! Kid's Club is from 2-4pm every Wednesday at Central. It's geared towards 7-11 year-olds and is open house style - drop by at any time during the program…

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Tonight at Neighbor’s Read – Go green with Julie

Tonight at 6:30pm, Julie Mamo from Grand Valley Peace & Justice will read the book "Ballyhoo Bay" and talk about the importance of taking care of the environment. Neighbor's Read is a family program where we welcome guests from the local…

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Picture book of the week: Secret Pizza Party

The raccoon loves nothing more than pizza, but whenever he tries to grab some he is chased off with a broom. Will a secret pizza party allow him to enjoy his one desire in peace? Find out in this week's…

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Teen eBooks

Looking for Young Adult and Teen eBooks? Overdrive has just made them easier to find and browse! Teens now have their own virtual reading room. Take a second to check out all the great new releases that are just a…

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Graphic Memoirs

We recently kicked off our 2015 One Book season by announcing to the press our selection of Can’t We Talk about Something More Pleasant? by Roz Chast. Our event over the next six weeks will include panel presentations, movies, book

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Neighbors Read Family Story Time in January to feature books, dance, and more!

The weekly “Neighbors Read” family story time at the Mesa County Libraries Central Library will feature books, dance, and more in January.

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Kiva Book Club at Mesa County Libraries announces 2015 lineup of titles

The Kiva Book Club at Mesa County Libraries has announced its lineup of titles for 2015.

 

A long-running book club open to the public, the Kiva Book Club meets at 6:30 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month

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