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Exploring the Magic of ABCmouse

ABCmouse is an online educational platform designed for children aged 2 to 8. The platform provides interactive learning activities, including games, puzzles, songs, and animations, to engage children and make learning enjoyable. ABCmouse is known for its adaptive learning approach, tailoring the content to each child’s level and pace of learning. Additionally, parents can track […]

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We Are Water Exhibit: July 13th through September

  July 13th through September of 2024, Mesa County Libraries is proud to host the traveling exhibition We are Water: Connecting Communities. This exhibit will be displayed at the Central Library and made available to the public during opening hours.  What is the We are Water project? The We are Water project aims to bring together […]

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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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photograph of gardener in residence, Zachary Freeburg, standing in a garden and next to a sign that says Discovery Garden.

New Gardener in Residence at Mesa County Libraries Discovery Garden

Be on the lookout for a jovial presence in the Discovery Garden at Mesa County Libraries from now until September 20th of this year. The new Gardener in Residence at Mesa County Libraries, Zachary Freeburg, has already started showcasing his hospitality and gardening skills. If you find yourself exploring the different varieties of permaculture in […]

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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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All About Sleep

In dreams I have achieved everything. ― Fernando Pessoa, The Book of Disquiet A necessary function, sleep can be many things to many people: celebrated or avoided, easy or difficult, empty or full of confusing dreams. The health benefits of sleep are endless, and the symptoms of sleep deprivation can set you back mentally and […]

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eResource Spotlight: Universal Class

If you’re looking to pursue your interests or enhance your professional skills, check out Universal Class! With over 600 continuing education courses offered on a diverse array of topics, there truly is something for everyone. Categories of Courses: Accounting Alternative Medicine Arts Crafts & Hobbies Business Career Training Computer Training Entrepreneurship Finance General Education Health […]

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Native American Poetry

April is National Poetry Month, and Mesa County Libraries is celebrating in more ways than one!  On April 24th at 5:30pm at the Central Library, we invite you to join the Poet Laureate of the Western Slope, Wendy Videlock, for a fantastic poetry workshop titled Planting the Seeds of Poetry. Additionally, winners for the library’s […]

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