We are celebrating Banned Books Week this entire week from September 28 through October 2! What is Banned Books Week? It is an annual celebration of the freedom to read! Libraries, schools, and bookstores across the country and across the world highlight titles that have been frequently challenged or banned. In 2015 the week is focused […]Continue reading
Our Teen Creative Writing Club called Wordsmiths is back to its regular fall hours after a couple of awesome extended summer sessions. All teen writers are welcome to drop in to the community rooms on Monday August 10th from 3:30-5pm to meet fellow writers and get writing advice and tips from local YA authors Renee […]Continue reading
Looking for a few good audiobooks to get you through your next big trip? Have you heard about SYNC? It’s a free summer audiobook program for young adults. For the next 6 weeks SYNC will give away two complete audiobook downloads a week – a current young adult title along with a thematically paired classic or […]Continue reading
Next Monday will launch the beginning of our Teen Creative Writing Club called Wordsmiths. We’re excited to add this new program to our calendar of regulars. We will meet monthly on the second Monday of each month from 3:30-5pm.
Our instructors are …Continue reading
Mesa County Libraries and Super Rad Art Jam are seeking art submissions in all mediums and subjects from teen artists in Mesa County. Work will be collected February through May 2015 and displayed in the Central Library Teen Area during one of the following months: April, May, June, July, August, or September 2015. Any […]Continue reading
Looking for Young Adult and Teen eBooks? Overdrive has just made them easier to find and browse! Teens now have their own virtual reading room. Take a second to check out all the great new releases that are just a click away. Using Overdrive is easy an…Continue reading
Are you or someone you know Overdue for a Library Card? If so, now is the time for you to head over to your nearest Mesa County Libraries location and get a library card (at no charge!). You also can apply online, so it’s easy to do from the computer or other device you’re […]Continue reading