Legal Resource Day, focusing on civil legal issues, set for Oct. 27

Attend presentations and bring your civil legal questions to Legal Resource Day, organized by the Mesa County Combined Court/21st Judicial District and co-hosted by Mesa County Libraries. There is no charge to attend this event, which happens 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27, at the Central Library, 443 N. 6th St. in downtown Grand Junction. The event […]

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Library Friends to host October Book Sale Oct. 19-21

The Friends of Mesa County Libraries’ annual October Book Sale – happening Oct. 19-21, 2023 – is a great place to stock your shelf with winter reading material or shop early for holiday gifts. This is the Friends’ biggest used-book sale of the year, complete with bargains galore, and it happens Thursday through Saturday, Oct. […]

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The new Clifton Branch Library building, under construction, is shown with the top of Mount Garfield visible just over the roofline.

Getting closer: New Clifton Branch more than 80% complete

The new Clifton Branch is now more than 80% complete, and construction is expected to wrap up by early August.   In the past month, interior and exterior work has continued, with windows, doors, electrical, and plumbing systems being installed, along with tile work and fixtures in restrooms. In July, carpeting and flooring will be installed […]

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Central Library community mural artist selected

Mesa County Libraries have selected an artist to create a unique new mural in the Central Library, and we’re seeking your help to create the mural design. In 2022, Mesa County Libraries conducted community research and learned that the top priority from participants was “community and belonging.” This is now one of the library’s three […]

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Harvest time begins in Discovery Garden

Looking for some produce? At the Mesa County Libraries Discovery Garden, some of our spring plantings are available for harvest! Bring a reusable bag or basket, roll up your sleeves, and pick your own! In the veggie rows, Oregon sugar pod peas, lettuce, and kale are ready for harvest. In the Education Square, we have […]

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