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Talking Book Library ideal for those with difficulty reading

The Colorado Talking Book Library (CTBL) is a free service from your library that lends audio and Braille books and magazines, as well as large print books, for people who…

Holiday Bazaar bake sale this Saturday will benefit library

One of the earliest and most popular Christmas events in our community is the Holiday Bazaar, which this year will take place on Saturday, Nov. 1, at the Ross Aragon…

New club makes math fun

We all know that parents need to read to kids at night — but what about math? In the U.S., lots of kids (and their caregivers) dread math. Your library…

Lifelong Learning Lectures resume this evening

This evening (Thursday, Oct. 16) 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…

Local author writes third book in mystery series

“Sinking Suspicions” by Pagosa Springs author Sara Sue Hoklotubbe is the third in her popular mystery series set in Cherokee Country featuring crime-solver Sadie Walela. All three books have been…

New Family Fridays program debuts tomorrow

A new, free family program called Family Fridays starts tomorrow (Friday, Oct. 3) at your library, from 2 to 3:30 p.m., timed so that children can come after school. This…

Tim Sullivan family benefit concert set for Oct. 11

Tim Sullivan family benefit concert set for Oct. 11

Some tickets are still available for a cabaret-style benefit concert on Saturday, Oct. 11, in Durango when country singer/songwriter Tim Sullivan and family members will perform. Tim is well-known in…

Maker Lab, Elephant and Piggie party coming up at library

Maker Lab resumes at your library on the fourth Friday of every month from 2 to 3:30 p.m. — which means tomorrow (Friday, Sept. 26). This special program for all…

Help us celebrate Banned Books Week

We hope you will join us in celebrating Banned Books Week Sept. 21-27. We agree with the position of the American Library Association, which supports the freedom of everyone to…

Home libraries are valuable for youngsters

Parents, do you know the value of a home library for your youngsters? Research shows that kids who have books in their home have improved vocabulary and overall reading performance,…