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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Library Friends to host October Book Sale Oct. 21-23

There’s no better place than the Friends of Mesa County Libraries October Book Sale to stock your shelf with reading material for the winter or to shop early for holiday gifts. This blowout sale, complete with bargains galore, happens Thursday through Saturday, Oct. 21-23, at the First Congregational Church, 1425 N. 5th St. (across from […]

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Kids Read Book Club

Do your children love to read? Do they enjoy talking about what they’re reading? If so, Kids Read book club might be the right fit for them! Kids Read: Choose Your Own Book is a weekly book club for children ages 6-11. We meet every Tuesday from 4:30pm to 5:00pm in the Monument Community Room […]

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Summer Reading starts June 1

Now that summer is here, be sure to include Summer Reading at Mesa County Libraries in your plans! Summer Reading 2021 begins Tuesday, June 1, and wraps up Saturday, July 17. Along the way, kids, teens, and adults will have opportunities to pursue their reading goals, win prizes in biweekly drawings, and exercise their creativity […]

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New Mirrors and Windows Reading Experience focuses on stories of our diverse world

Mesa County Libraries announce the launch of the Mirrors and Windows Reading Experience, a new, self-paced reading activity that explores stories of our diverse world. Mirrors and Windows is an all-ages celebration of culture focused on diverse books and films offered through the library catalog. It continues through Dec. 31, 2021, and between now and […]

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Mesa County Libraries adjust pandemic restrictions

As Mesa County’s Free to Choose resolution takes effect April 16, Mesa County Libraries are adjusting some restrictions that have been in place during the coronavirus pandemic.  Among the changes are the following: Patrons are asked to wear a mask while they visit the library unless they are alone or with members of their household […]

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