Library News

Lifelong Learning Lectures to begin today

The free spring Lifelong Learning Lecture series takes place Thursday evenings starting today, April 18, through May 23 from 6 to 7:15 p.m. with six informative presentations: • April 18 …

Spring Lifelong Learning Lecture series slated to begin next week

The ever-popular free spring Lifelong Learning Lecture series will take place Thursday evenings starting April 18 through May 23 from 6 to 7:15 p.m. with six informative presentations: • …

Coming Monday: eclipse viewing party plus teen live event with author

Pagosa will have a 60 percent view of the solar eclipse mid-day Monday, April 8. You are invited to join us in the library garden from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to watch. Pick up free special …

Do you have the blahs?  Try free online learning resources

Now that spring is here, you may be looking for something to chase away the winter blahs. If so, we suggest you take advantage of our many free online learning resources that can be accessed from …

Back by popular demand: two more free tax help sessions set

Our first free tax help session earlier this month was such a success that two more are now scheduled — with longer hours that go into the evening to accommodate more people. If you would …

Free tax help and Night at the Library event announced

If you would like help with your taxes, please call Kathy at (970) 553-9150 for an appointment for a free session at your library.   A representative of VITA (Volunteer Income Tax …

New online AARP aging program and Internet safety for teens offered

Seniors aged 60 and over are invited to participate in a new free live online Senior Planet program on the first and third Fridays of the month starting March 1 at your library from 11:30 a.m. to …

New online AARP aging program, curbside service offered

Seniors aged 60 and over are invited to participate in a new free live online Senior Planet program on the first and third Fridays of the month starting March 1 at your library from 11:30 a.m. to …

Library Director Meg Wempe resigning for second career in nursing

Many of us consider ourselves lucky to find one job that we love. But Meg Wempe, library director, is heading for what she calls “an ideal combination” — two satisfying decades as a …

Stats show library continues to flourish

Annually at this time of year, Meg Wempe, library director, prepares an annual report for the library’s board of trustees summarizing the highlights of the past year.   The …

February brings new free programs for adults and preschoolers plus first 2024 book sale

Next month we will launch two new free programs, one for preschool-age youngsters and another for adults. “Strategize Change in Your Life in 2024” is a weekly program for adults on …

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