The Glenwood Springs branch stems from the tree of the Garfield County Libraries.
Additionally, this branch has its own website here. I love that their motto is “Find your story”.
This library is nice, said the lady who has spent cumulatively several years in libraries. I grew up going to the library after school while my mom worked. This led to a love of learning and a life in books from 18-33 when I was an academic content to have my life revolving around exploring classical texts. Now that I’m working on my commercial arts, I still love the library.
Use a computer without buying one! Rent a movie without spending money! Let your kids listen to someone telling a story in a way that kids like! Have a meeting for your organization in one of the rooms upstairs.
The concept of having resources available to the public is so valuable. Since people are curious beings, sometimes you have a question that requires research. You know who is really helpful, your local librarian!!!!
Let’s return to Laura Bush’s quote about libraries. “Libraries allow children to ask questions about the world and find the answers. And the wonderful thing is that once a child learns how to use a library, the doors to learning are always open.”