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Words on Wheels Homebound Service

Mesa County Libraries is dedicated to serving all members of our communities, and when you can’t visit the library, we may be able to bring the library to you.  For those who live in Mesa County and who are experiencing a disability, extended illness, or any other condition which makes it physically impossible to enjoy […]

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Child reading to a dog at the library

Dog Ears Reading Program

Dog Ears is a wonderful children’s reading program at several Mesa County Libraries locations.  It involves an opportunity for children to read individually to specially trained therapy dogs for 15 minutes.  Kids who are uncomfortable while reading or who tend to get frustrated with it may find that they can relax and enjoy the experience […]

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Journey to Professional or Personal Growth

The Mesa County Libraries Adult Learning Center (ALC) is one of the leading adult education programs in Mesa County, annually serving approximately 200 individuals with free classes in adult literacy, English for speakers of other languages (English as a Second Language (ESL) classes), preparation for high school equivalency diplomas (GED Prep classes and Career Online […]

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Students honored for graduating from library high-school education programs

Eleven students graduating from the Career Online High School and GED programs at Mesa County Libraries were honored in a ceremony May 24 at the Central Library in Grand Junction. Graduates who participated in the ceremony are: Lance Barley (GED), Alexander Campbell-Estrada (GED), Michael Cardenas-Albert (GED), Megan Conley (COHS), Kayla Grady (COHS), Taylor Rodriguez (GED), […]

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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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Students complete high-school programs at Mesa County Libraries

This summer, Mesa County Libraries celebrated 24 students who completed studies in two high-school education programs offered through Mesa County Libraries. The students completed their studies in 2020 and 2021 and graduated from the Career Online High School (COHS) and GED preparation programs offered through the library. COHS is a program designed for adults who […]

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Miss Humblebee’s Academy

Miss Humblebee’s Academy is here to help children learn life skills as well as educational skills. This online learning platform offers children ages 3-6 a fun and interactive kindergarten readiness program. This platform offers downloadable and printable lessons in both English and Spanish. There are fun do-it-yourself activities for children to do at home. In […]

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Information Literacy

Every day we have tons of information thrown at us in a variety of ways and formats, from social media to T.V. to newspapers to books. It is important then, that we understand how to evaluate information and use it effectively in our lives. This process is called information literacy, which the American Library Association […]

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