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Free holiday events for all ages start today at the library

PREVIEW Columnist, and the Library Staff Starting this afternoon, your library is hosting several free holiday events for all ages. Mark your calendars. • Today (Thursday, Dec. 12) from 4–6…

Classics now available as board books for babies and toddlers

Classics now available as board books for babies and toddlers

PREVIEW Columnist, and the Library Staff Babies and toddlers can now read the classics on board books, with their cardbook-thick pages, gentle rounded corners and simple concepts for our youngest…

Why novels can make you a nicer person

PREVIEW Columnist, and the Library Staff A recent article in The Week magazine contains an unusual article about new research asserting that if you want to become a nicer, more…

Meet your talented, part-time library staff

Meet your talented, part-time library staff

PREVIEW Columnist, and the Library Staff We are lucky to have five part-time staffers working two or three days a week doing a variety of tasks including interlibrary loans and…

New book clubs for adults and tweens

PREVIEW Columnist, and the Library Staff Next Tuesday, November 12 marks the debut of a new book club for adults from 2-3 p.m.  The group will meet once a month…

E-books are changing consumer reading habits

E-books are changing consumer reading habits

PREVIEW Columnist, and the Library Staff A recent article in USA Today chronicles with actual numbers what many book lovers are experiencing themselves — in a digital age, it’s a…

Holiday Bazaar bake sale will benefit library — can you help?

PREVIEW Columnist, and the Library Staff One of the earliest and most popular Christmas events in our community is the Holiday Bazaar, which this year will take place on Saturday,…

Digital versions of The SUN newspaper now available

PREVIEW Columnist, and the Library Staff If you’re looking for an easy and pleasant way to review the history and happenings in Archuleta County over the past 143 years, and…

Lifelong Learning lectures begin next week

Lifelong Learning lectures begin next week

Next Thursday, Oct. 17, marks the start of the library’s free six-week fall Lifelong Leaning lecture series, with a wide variety of interesting topics to enrich your life and keep…

Library becomes a source for education opportunities

Your library is the new site of the county’s GED (General Educational Development) program now that the Archuleta County Education Center building has closed. The schedule is Monday through Wednesday…