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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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Picture book of the week: Thank you, Octopus

Thank you, Octopus by Darren Farrell is this week's picture book, featuring a mischievous octopus helping out (or not) at bedtime. While a little boy attempts to get ready for bed, his octopus friend offers his tentacle, but not in…

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“Make It” Tuesdays to feature weekly craft projects for teens at Central Library

Teens are invited to participate in crafts and skill-building activities during “Make It” Tuesdays at 3:30 p.m. every Tuesday in the Mesa County Central Library Teen Center, Fifth Street and Grand Avenue.

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Learn how to download library eBooks at January demonstration workshops

Throughout January, Mesa County Libraries are hosting several demonstrations of how to download library eBooks on your tablet, smartphone, or eReader.

 

The workshops are scheduled at various library locations and are intended as demonstrations of the downloading procedure, but …

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Nutrition expert tells “How to Improve Your Diet” Jan. 6 at Central Library

Dustin McFarland, a certified nutrition consultant and a certified personal fitness trainer, will present “How to Improve Your Diet” at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 6, 2015, at the Mesa County Libraries Central Library, Fifth Street and Grand Avenue.

 

Achieving …

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Local resident to present “A Year in Japan” Jan. 12 at Central Library

Local resident Janice Shepherd will describe a year living and working in Japan in a presentation set for 6:15 p.m. Monday, Jan. 12, 2015, at the Mesa County Libraries Central Library, Fifth Street and Grand Avenue.

 

Starting in September …

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Mesa County Libraries to launch innovative new checkout system in January

Mesa County Libraries patrons will begin to see improvements in checkout procedures at the Central Library and Clifton Branch during the first week of January.

 

Mesa County Libraries are installing an innovative new system that uses electronic tags instead

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