970West Studio at Mesa County Libraries

Creating Content at the 970West Studio

Did you know that 970West Studio has live-streaming equipment available? These days, the name of the game is content. Do you have a small business that needs a social media presence to boost customer engagement? You need content. Did you just start a YouTube channel that needs to grow and attract followers? You guessed it. […]

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A Summer of Creativity

Summer is the perfect time to let your imagination run wild and get creative! In addition to our shelves full of inspiring books, your library card unlocks access to two fantastic online resources for creative learning – Universal Class and LinkedIn Learning. From bread-baking to knitting to sewing and lots in between, Universal Class offers […]

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eResource Spotlight: Home Improvement Source

Home Improvement Source is a database that is helpful for those interested in DIY home repairs, who are working on a spring or summer renovation, or who are starting a new project entirely.  Featuring content from reference books and home improvement magazines, this resource provides instructions on a variety of tasks, inspiration for your work, […]

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Poem in Your Pocket Day 2024

Poem in Your Pocket Day takes place every year during National Poetry Month. The 2024 Poem in Your Pocket Day will take place on Thursday, April 18. The Academy of American Poets keeps this initiative going, and on the Poem in Your Pocket Day website you can find a free 61-page guide for celebrating this […]

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Photographer Kyle Webb is new library Artist in Residence

Photographer Kyle Webb is the new Mesa County Libraries Artist in Residence through April 17. Kyle has extensive experience with photography and digital cameras, and he’s thrilled to have the opportunity to share his knowledge with the community. Photography is a lifelong pursuit for Kyle, with inspiration from his father’s photo hobby. In school, Kyle’s […]

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Musician Charles Walker is new Artist in Residence at Mesa County Libraries

Musician Charles Walker is the new Mesa County Libraries Artist in Residence, bringing a wide variety of musical experience to share with patrons and the public. During his residency, Walker will present public programs centered on music, rhythm, vocals, and more. His residency lasts through Aug. 8, 2022. Walker, whose nickname is “ChuckJay,” is from […]

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EUREKA! Science Museum Pass

Do your kids want to drive a simulated space shuttle? Make amazing shapes with bubbles? Spend the day exploring over 100 interactive hands-on exhibits? EUREKA! Science Museum in Mesa County has got you covered. Mesa County Libraries is proud to offer free admission passes to the EUREKA! Science Museum.  These passes can be checked out […]

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Check Out Virtual Magazines

Sometimes there’s no greater satisfaction than drinking a gargantuan cup of coffee and losing yourself in a spread of magazines. If you’re lacking in variety and feel the desire to acquire thousands of different options at your fingertips, turn to Libby for its virtual magazine selection.  Libby by Overdrive is a free online app available […]

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