StoryWalk at Mesa County Libraries

Paletero Man StoryWalk® in Fruita

Celebrate the power of community with Paletero Man by Lucky Diaz! This fun bi-lingual book engages native Spanish and English speakers in a StoryWalk® along the Fruita Community Center Campus! According to publisher HarperCollins, Paletero Man “Follow(s) along with our narrator as he passes through his busy neighborhood in search of the Paletero Man. But when he finally […]

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Access Legal Forms

Do you need a deed, will, or rental agreement form? Or do you need your name changed? You can find a form for that on our Legal Forms database. Legal Forms also offers quitclaim deeds, power of attorney forms, and forms for wills and estates issues. Other topics include Bankruptcy, Landlord/Tenant, Marriage and Divorce. If […]

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Are you overdue for a library card?

Are you or someone you know overdue for a library card? With summer around the corner, now is a great time to head over to your nearest Mesa County Libraries location and get a library card (at no charge!). You also can apply for a library account online to get started. A library card opens […]

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Subject Guides at your library

Subject Guides at Mesa County Libraries

Did you know that we have some great subject guides on our website?  A subject guide is a web page or set of web pages that are created by library staff and provide an overview of a topic.  With guides on community resources and services, downloadable and streaming media, education resources, genealogy, legal information, taxes, […]

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Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and while we are already well into it, this is a time of year when we can promote mental health and well-being.  The National Institute of Mental Health estimates that over 1 in 5 adults in the United States experience mental illness.  To help those in need, the National […]

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Dog Ears Reading Program

Dog Ears is a wonderful children’s reading program at several Mesa County Libraries locations.  It involves an opportunity for children to read individually to specially trained therapy dogs for 15 minutes.  Kids who are uncomfortable while reading or who tend to get frustrated with it may find that they can relax and enjoy the experience […]

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Tech Help

A common question we encounter at the library is, “Can you help me with my device?”  It might be an eReader, a smartphone, tablet, or laptop, and the answer is, “We do our best to provide assistance for many types of requests.”  We offer a variety of services to assist people with their devices and […]

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