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Library Challenge: Bring a Friend to the Library (Library Card Sign-up Month)

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GCLD Staff

Library Card Sign-up MonthSeptember is Library Card Sign-up Month -- a time when libraries across the country remind parents about this important "school supply" and a time to bring someone to the library that may not have visited lately or ever.

Share how you use your library with someone and help us get new customers in the door.  Our library staff are eager to welcome them and identify library services that may be of interest to them -- books and ebooks, magazines and emagazines, DVDs, story time, public computer, access, printing, wireless Internet access, comfortable spaces, and much more!

We look forward to serving you as our customer and to serving the new customer you bring to the library!

New Library Program - 1000 Books Before Kindergarten

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GCLD Staff

1000 Books Before KindergartenDo you have children between 0 and 5 years of age? If so, 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten is the Library program for you! GCLD Libraries encourage all Grand County families and caregivers to read 1,000 books with their young children before they enter kindergarten. Studies show that families who start reading aloud to children at birth strengthen language skills and build vocabulary—two important tools for beginning readers. Sounds daunting?  Reading only 3 books a day adds up to over 1,000 books a year! Only one a book a day equals 1,000 books read by the time a new baby is three. Commit to making a difference!

How Does 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten Work?

Register – At any Grand County Branch Library and take home your first reading log and starter packet.  Registration begins at story time the week of August 24. Sign up is ongoing, so if you miss the launch, stop by your library anytime to begin.

Track Your Reading – Each time you read a book with your child, fill in a circle on the reading log.
Show us Your Reading Logs – After you’ve read 100 books, stop by the library and you get a really cool bag for carrying all those books.  Along the way, you get additional prizes and books!
Read More Books!  When you get all the way to 1000 books, you’ll get to be part of a special celebration! 

If you have any questions about the 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program, please contact Grand County Library District's Director of Public Services, Jeanie Johnson, at 970-887-9411 x107 or jjohnson@gcld.org

Winner of Kindle Voyage -- Adult Summer Reading Program

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GCLD Staff

Congratulations to Juanis Rivera-Gomez, winner of the Adult Summer Reading Program!

Juanis Rivera-Gomez is a long-time Kremmling participant of the Summer Reading Program. She and her sons have signed up and read with the Summer Reading Program for many years--since the boys were very small. "I loved this year's program because [GCLD] aimed for people to learn - not just read," she explains. Rivera-Gomez embraced the challenge to learn and explore. She read about the country of England, learned how to download an eAudiobook, cooked up red and white chili recipes, and even created her own makeup remover.

Juanis also said that she is very excited that she'll be able to read at night without bothering her husband!

On Display at the Fraser Valley Library: Jennifer Price-Moore

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GCLD Staff


"Rockin' the Resources"

Jennifer Price-Moore, Local Artist

Using recycled materials such as bed sheets, reclaimed wood, and paper bags- a comparison / evolution from least expensive to canvas. Art on display in the Urban Community Meeting Room through October 2015 @ The Fraser Valley Library

New meeting room reservation system

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Grand County Library District's room reservation system has been upgraded to a new system from Evanced Solutions.  Customers will find the cleaner interface of Spaces better suited to use with a mobile device while being able to manage their own room reservations 24/7 without the need to contact the library to make changes.  Room use if FREE to library card holders and reservations can be made up to 60 days in advance. 

Request use of one of our meeting rooms for your next event. 

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