Libraries to close for Independence Day holiday

All Mesa County Libraries locations will be closed Monday, July 4, 2022, for the Independence Day holiday. The Collbran, De Beque, Orchard Mesa, and Palisade branches will be closed Saturday, July 2, in observance of the holiday. During the holiday, patrons will be able to visit mesacountylibraries.org to place holds, renew materials, and use eResources […]

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Sixteen students graduate from Career Online High School and GED programs at Mesa County Libraries

Sixteen students participated in a graduation ceremony May 25, 2022, to receive their secondary-school credentials through Mesa County Libraries. A total of 22 students completed their studies and earned diplomas this spring. Sixteen of those students participated in a well-attended graduation ceremony May 25 at the Central Library in downtown Grand Junction. Six of the […]

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Library Annual Report for 2021 now available

For Mesa County Libraries, 2021 was a year of exploring ways to continue providing a wide variety of services during a most unusual time. Learn how your library found a “new normal” during the pandemic in our newly released 2021 Annual Report, available here. The report includes a compilation of important library statistics showing how […]

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OverDrive app moving to Libby

If you use the OverDrive app to download ebooks, e-audiobooks, and other library content onto your mobile device, you’ll want to read this news. OverDrive is phasing out the aging OverDrive app, which was introduced more than 10 years ago, and is asking users to migrate to the Libby app. Libby is an OverDrive product […]

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Pandemic-themed local anthology “In This Together” now available

Copies of “In This Together: A Community Anthology,” a collection of pandemic-related creative works by Mesa County residents, are now available for purchase or checkout from Mesa County Libraries. More than 30 local artists, writers, and poets contributed works they created during the pandemic to this collection, which is intended to commemorate this time in […]

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