Related to the Hot Sulphur Springs library.

AAS Historical Periodicals Collection

New to GCLD is the AAS Historical Periodicals Collection which contains more than 6,500 historical periodical titles dating from 1693 to 1877. It’s a FASCINATING RESOIURCE! Check out the 1829 “Account of a Visit from St. Nicholas.”

Do you care for a child under the age of 6? We have fun opportunities for you!

The first 5 years matter so much! GCLD libraries start with babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. Check out what our local library can offer you!

Take Your Genealogy Research to the Next Level

Are you looking to start a family tree project or find missing information in your family's history? The Grand County Library District is pleased to offer access to MyHeritage Library Edition for all our patrons. All you need is a library card!

Learn to speak a new language with Mango

Dreaming of traveling this spring? With the Mango language learning program you can learn the basics, brush up on a language you took in high school, or learn to speak like a local. Mango can be accessed from anywhere anytime, so it is convenient. And it’s free with your library card.

Introducing Shoutbomb Text Messaging

Did you know you can renew library materials and get information about your books on hold via text message? Through the Marmot Library Network, the Grand County Library District has provided a text messaging service for some time. We have recently switched to a new text messaging provider called 'Shoutbomb' that saves the district money, and offers more extensive features!

Notice: Hot Sulphur Springs Library is CLOSED

The Hot Sulphur Springs Library is closed until further notice for repairs due to water damage. Updates on re-opening will be made here as more information becomes available.

Babies, Books, and Bags

Are you a first time Grand County Library Card holder? Are you expecting, or is your little one between 0 - 6 months? Come to any branch of the Grand County Library to sign up for 'Babies, Books, and Bags!'

Congratulations 2017 Book Float Contest Winners and Participants!

A big Thank You! to everyone who participated in the book float contest this year - students, parents, volunteers, and staff.

2016 GCLD Ballot Question

On September 6, the Board of County Commissioners adopted a resolution to submit a GCLD ballot question to the voters of Grand County. The GCLD ballot question will read as follows: