What is Quilting? Easier than You Think!

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Quilting classTina Holley, quilter and owner of The Fabric Nook in Granby, and members of Peaks 'n Pines Quilters Guild will introduce basic tools, techniques, and the joys of quilting. Join us on Thurs, Feb 18, from 6-7 pm at the Granby Library.  Register Now  

February Programming

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Valentine's Day events

Cindy Hald will share her expertise in the art of rubber stamping and card making techniques at the Granby and Kremmling libraries. Decorate two Valentine's Day cards to take home. All supplies provided. 2nd grade and up.

Parents, bring your children to the Fraser Valley Library for fun Valentine's Day craft projects with Cindy Hald.

Card Stamping Kremmling Library Mon, Feb 8, 4:15-5:15 pm Register Now
Valentine's Day Crafts Fraser Valley Library Wed, Feb 10, 5:00-6:00 pm  

New skills. Improved skills. lynda.com

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Snoopy Library Cardlynda.com releases new video learning courses daily.  Take a look at all  recent releases.  lynda.com learning is FREE to Grand County Library District customers.  Need help getting started with lynda.com?  Need a library card?

Here's a few of the new courses released in January:

Music Production Secrets
How to Start a Business with Family and Friends
PayPal Essential Training
Gmail Essential Training
Social Media for Nonprofits

Tax Services - Links

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There are numerous free options available for you to obtain tax products, tax preparation and assistance in filing your tax returns. Preview some of the links below!

On Display at the Fraser Valley Library: Gary Piper

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Stop by the Fraser Valley Library to enjoy Gary Piper's works on display in the Urban Community Meeting Room.

Gary Piper is a fine art photographer who primarily photographs public lands and wilderness areas in Colorado. Born in Upstate New York (1950) on the southern edge of the Adirondack Mountains, he first developed his love for nature photography while photographing the Moose River in the Adirondacks. Using his father's darkroom he learned that great photography requires skills in composition, exposure, and processing in a dark room.

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