Career help for the quiet person

I am no careerist, but I still have to be a functional human at work, and Hiding in the Bathroom: an introvert’s roadmap to getting out there (when you’d rather stay home), by Morra Aarons-Mele, seems like a great title to help my reluctant introvert nebbish self.  Bathrooms are not my preferred refuge, of course; my cat-furred […]

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Summer Reading Winners!

Hi all, Hard to believe that fall is in the air and that school has been in session for a month!!  I just wanted to officially congratulate all the participants of Summer Reading!  There were 4,244 participants of all ages, who collectively read 28, 407 hours! For one person, that’s 3-years-worth of non-stop reading! Way to […]

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Woman and girl yoga

Relax, Breath, & Internet

As an initiative to inform the public about safe and stress-free internet use, licensed professional counselor Elizabeth Clark and the library are hosting CyberStrong. Be strong in the internet age… Be CyberStrong What is CyberStrong? CyberStrong is an library discussion for parents who want to learn information and techniques in order to help themselves and their […]

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Kids Read Picks, Vol. 3

Kids Read Picks presents book reviews and recommendations from kids in Mesa County. Don’t be surprised if you can’t find some of these books at the library or in stores: kids who attend Kids Read Book Club on Tuesdays at 4:00 at the Central Library have access to books before they are officially published. Rating […]

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Mesa County Libraries to close Sept. 3 for Labor Day

All Mesa County Libraries locations will be closed Monday, Sept. 3, 2018, for the Labor Day holiday. The library’s website will be available during the holiday, and patrons will be able to place holds, renew materials, and use eResources such as the OverDrive Digital Library and Lynda.   SUNDAY HOURS AT CENTRAL LIBRARY RESUME SEPT. […]

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