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Prize Winner: Adult Summer Reading Program

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GCLD Staff

Susie Bergman prize winner of the adult summer reading programCongratulations to Grand County Library District customer, Susie Bergman, winner of the 2014 Adult Summer Reading Program Kindle Paperwhite. 

Thank you to all of the participants in this year's program and to the Friends of Grand County Library for donating the Kindle Paperwhite and for supporting the Summer Reading Program for all ages.

Start reading an e-book today using the library's free Overdrive service. 

Need help getting started?  Visit our online help resources or stop by one of our branches for assistance.

Special Story Hour: Exploring Food with Mountain Family Center

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GCLD Staff

child at story hour

Join Kristen McGuan of the Mountain Family Center for stories, songs, crafts, and a healthy snack.  This special program is provided by a grant from "Sharing Our Strengths" which helps small children start making good food choices.  Each week through October 15th attendees will prepare a snack from different food groups.

All are welcome to attend on Wednesdays at 10:00 am at the Granby Library.

 

eMagazines at your library

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GCLD Staff

Outdoor Life e-magazine

Country Living e-magazineTake advantage of GCLD's new emagazine service called Zinio.  

Unlimited checkouts, always available, and easy to use!

Get started now

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Art display at the Granby Library

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GCLD

Artist Kimberly Doney on display at the Granby Library

Come to the Granby Library Community Room during September to enjoy the artwork of local Hot Sulphur Springs artist, Kimberly Doney

Contact one of our libraries if you would like to have your artwork displayed or have a collection to share in one of our display cases.

Voting is Open for Teens' Top Ten

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ALA.org and GCLD Staff

Vote for Teens' Top TenVoting is now open for Teens' Top Ten.  All teens are eligible to vote for their favorite titles.  Voting will be open through Teen Read Week, which takes place October 12-18th.  See the titles that won in 2013.  Adults, you might like to read these titles, too!

 

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