Robots, cameras, and more to highlight Mesa County Libraries Tech Expo on Jan. 24

Whether you’re a tech novice or expert, you’ll find something interesting at the Mesa County Libraries Tech Expo, which takes place 4-7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2017, at the Central Library, 443 N. 6th St. The Tech Expo will feature demonstrations of cool technology such as robots, digital cameras, and live-streaming from the 970West Studio. […]

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Jr. Scientist Academy

The Jr. Scientist program at the library is bumping up a notch.  CMU professors have motivated, educated and entertained young scientists from all over the valley once a month for the past 4 years. To help nourish the insatiable interest of these young scientists, they will now have the opportunity to attend talks and register […]

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Kid Grand Prize Winners!

A couple of weeks ago, four-year-old Izzi walked into the Fruita library with flutterings in her stomach and her father by her side.  It was a special day; she was the lucky winner of a grand prize!  All summer long Izzi and her parents read together, they logged the hours, and now Izzi was at […]

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Free Comic Book Day

Come in to any Mesa County Library location during regular hours on Saturday, May 7th, for a free comic book! Free Comic Book Day is a national event and is a way of encouraging readers of all ages to discover – or rediscover – this unique storytelling medium. Libraries and comic book shops (including Grand Junction’s own Top […]

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Happy birthday, Beverly Cleary!

Did you know that today is my favorite children’s author Beverly Cleary’s 100th birthday? Famous and beloved for her Beezus and Ramona (and Henry Huggins and Ribsy) books, Cleary wrote about real kids and their everyday lives and struggles with a comic touch.  Never preachy, always lively and engaging, she wanted to write about ordinary […]

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Author Spotlight: Emma Virján

 Author Spotlight: Emma Virján   Emma Virján is a wonderful author who writes wonderful books and has a wonderful personality to match (not to mention a wonderfully red, big wig). Around the middle of March, 2016 she took some time to talk to me about her character named Pig as well as herself. Here’s what I […]

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