Site of new Clifton Branch with a sign in the foreground

Virtual forums set Dec. 2 and 5 for public to review new Clifton Branch design concepts

Two virtual community forums for residents of the Clifton and Fruitvale communities to review conceptual designs for the proposed new Clifton Branch Library are scheduled for 6-7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 2, and 2-3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5, on the Zoom online meeting platform. The forums will present information about the project and the conceptual designs, […]

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Library adjusts operations for ‘Level Orange’ COVID restrictions

In response to Mesa County’s shift to “Level Orange” pandemic restrictions, Mesa County Libraries are making several operational changes effective Saturday, Nov. 7, that library patrons and the public should be aware of. Capacity will be limited at all library locations. Because of those limits, some library visitors may experience a short wait before being […]

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Fruita-area residents invited to virtual event exploring implicit bias Nov. 14

Fruita-area residents are invited to join an online event exploring the topic of implicit bias as it relates to perceptions about race. “What Is Implicit Bias?” is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14, on the online meeting platform Zoom. Those who wish to attend are asked to pre-register via the Event Calendar on the […]

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Online discussion to focus on “Coming Out of COVID – Better Together” Oct. 21 on Zoom

An online discussion hosted by Mesa County Libraries and the Community Impact Council will focus on how the COVID pandemic has impacted the Mesa County community and how the community can successfully emerge from the pandemic’s chaos. “State of the Community 2020: Coming Out of COVID – Better Together” will take place on Zoom at […]

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