Artist in Residence Kyle Webb holding a camera

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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Hoopla to see new limits in 2023

If you use hoopla® through Mesa County Libraries, you’ll experience some service changes beginning this month (January 2023). Starting this month, we are reducing the number of hoopla checkouts you can make each month from eight to five. In addition, we are implementing a budget cap on our hoopla service, which means that once the library […]

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Giving Trees to help people in need are at Mesa County Libraries through Dec. 5

Now in its 14th year, the Giving Tree collaboration between Mesa County Libraries and Grand Valley Catholic Outreach seeks to help local families in need during the holidays. Giving Trees decorated with gift requests from Mesa County residents in need are at the Central Library in Grand Junction and library branches in Clifton, Fruita, Orchard […]

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Montessori students donate to Clifton Branch campaign

Students of HeartSong Montessori in Grand Junction recently gave $327 to the Clifton Branch Capital Campaign that’s being conducted by the Mesa County Libraries Foundation. The school raised the money through a read-a-thon to benefit early childhood literacy and decided to support the Clifton Branch Project because of the branch’s strong focus on kids. “We thought it […]

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Sixteen students graduate from Career Online High School and GED programs at Mesa County Libraries

Sixteen students participated in a graduation ceremony May 25, 2022, to receive their secondary-school credentials through Mesa County Libraries. A total of 22 students completed their studies and earned diplomas this spring. Sixteen of those students participated in a well-attended graduation ceremony May 25 at the Central Library in downtown Grand Junction. Six of the […]

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