Palisade Branch joins Dog Ears lineup in 2019

Dog Ears, the popular children’s reading therapy program offered through Mesa County Libraries, is coming to the Palisade Branch in 2019. Registered therapy dogs will visit the Palisade Branch, 119 W. Third St., at 4 p.m. on the first Friday of each month, beginning Jan. 4. Kids can sign up in advance for a 15-minute […]

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Holiday events highlight library schedule in December

Find the spirit of the holiday season at Mesa County Libraries. From puppet shows to holiday sing-alongs, your local libraries are hosting a variety of holiday events that will appeal to all ages. All events are open to the public free of charge.   Puppet Show: “Santa’s New Suit” Dec. 3-21 at various library locations […]

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Make someone’s holiday by picking up a Giving Tree tag at Mesa County Libraries

Now in its 10th year, the Giving Tree collaboration between Mesa County Libraries and Grand Valley Catholic Outreach seeks to help local families in need during the holidays. Giving Trees decorated with gift requests from Mesa County residents in need will be at the Central Library in Grand Junction and library branches in Clifton, Fruita, […]

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Summer Readers! Please take this short survey 

If you’re one of the thousands of Mesa County residents who participated in Summer Reading at Mesa County Libraries this year, thank you! We hope that your enjoyed your Summer Reading experience! Now, we have a favor to ask: We would appreciate it if you could take a few moments and complete a survey about this year’s Summer […]

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Who Wants to Go Ice Swimming?

Crank up those swamp coolers and chug frosty pitchers of lemonade: it’s (still) extremely hot outside.  If you’re feeling drained from the summer heat, it may appease you to sprawl out in front of a fan with a mentally cooling read! The following titles are about swimming in abnormally cold waters for competition, thrills, health […]

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Reading Rocks! Summer Reading starts May 29 

How much can you read this summer? Find out by signing up for Summer Reading at Mesa County Libraries! Summer Reading begins Tuesday, May 29. You can sign up online or at any of the library’s eight locations, and it is open to all ages. There’s no charge to participate! Summer Reading participants can read […]

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