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Now that I have taken a short vacation I am feeling refreshed and revived. So we will get ready for another exciting week of traveling eastern Mesa County.

Let’s start at the Collbran Branch on Tuesday, July 13th @ 4pm to make some wearable art. Teens and tweens will get to embellish a pair of flip flops with ribbons, fabrics, buttons, shells, etc. I’ve made several different pairs, they are awesome!
The DeBeque Branch has already made flip flops. So if you happen to see someone with cool flip flops on they are probable from DeBeque.

On Wednesday, July 14th at 10am, head on over to the Clifton Branch and check out some experiments that Diane “the scientist” LaCount does with H2O, also known as water.

Then on Thursday, July 15th at 10:30am the children at the DeBeque Branch will be having a story time about “Don’t Tease a Crocodile”. If you decide to come up for this program you’ll hear stories and make a craft.

The final place to get a “Henna Tattoo” will be at the DeBeque Branch on Friday, July 16th at 11am. The famous artist Shannon Smith who you probably know as the Librarian from the Central Library will be painting wonderful Hawaiian Tattoos.

Have fun everyone and drive safely.

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