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Teen Bookface Photo Contest

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Tell Us Your Library Story!

 

In honor of National Library Week (4/13 to 4/19), we’d love for you to let us know how Mesa County Libraries have changed your life! Please write a brief statement below.  We’ll share your story with library staff, and …

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Get Brooks?

Know Albert Brooks?  If this question is met with confusion, or a resounding “no”, then the following is your formal introduction to this brilliant man-of-many-hats. 

Brooks was born and raised in Beverly Hills.  This fact, along with his trademark satirizing …

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“The Three Little Pigs” puppet show scheduled April 14-25 at library branch locations

“The Three Little Pigs,” a children’s puppet show, is scheduled for performances April 14-25 at Mesa County Libraries branch locations.

 

Shows are scheduled for the following times and locations:

 

-  10 a.m. Monday, April 14, at the Orchard …

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Grand Junction doctor to present update on health care reform

Dr. Michael Pramenko, executive director of Primary Care Partners in Grand Junction, will present an update on health care reform efforts at 7 p.m. Monday, April 14, at the Mesa County Libraries Central Library, Fifth Street and Grand Avenue.

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3rd Annual Poetry Contest!

In honor of National Poetry Month (April) we’re holding a poetry contest!  Deadline is 4/19.  To enter and get more details, please visit: http://mesacountylibraries.org/poetry-contest/

 

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A Fond Farewell

When Friends came to an end in 2004, I wondered how any other sitcom could fill the void left after a decade with that group of irreplaceable pals.  Well, the following year a show called How I Met Your Mother

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Midnight Riot

Once in a while I get a hold of a book that is just an effortless joy to read.  Midnight Riot, Ben Aaronovitch, is one of those books. Peter Grant is a young constable in London who gets his

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30 Years of Coen

Brand new on DVD (and in our catalog) is Inside Llewyn DavisThis latest film from the Coen brothers got no Oscar love, but is a quiet, strange, and beautiful little ode to the 1960s folk scene.

The …

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