Study Rooms

Silt Branch Library

With the opening of our new facility in 2012, the Silt Branch Library is able to offer additional services like study rooms, a large community room, a beautiful fireplace reading area, laptops that can be checked out for use in the library, and of course many more books, movies and other great resources.

Parachute Branch Library

“Wow” and” look at that” are the words we most often hear when people enter the Parachute Branch Library. Our talented, enthusiastic staff welcomes you to the friendliest place in town. On cold days expect to see a warm fire, comfy chairs and wonderful natural light in our reading area. Our large community room with theater quality sound and screen plays host to a variety of programs from toddler storytime to technology classes for adults.

New Castle Branch Library

The New Castle Branch Library is located in the historic downtown area of New Castle, Colorado. The library has been at the current location, 402 W Main Street, since 1968. It has undergone several renovations; the most recent was completed in April 2013. The newly renovated building features a beautiful fireplace and reading area, local history room, teen area, interactive children's area, and community meeting room. The library has become a vibrant part of the community offering programming for all ages.

Carbondale Branch Library

The Carbondale Branch Library in Carbondale, Colorado, is a branch of the Garfield County Libraries. It functions as a full service community library. Colorado Library Card participants are entitled to use all the library's resources including wireless Internet access, public access computers, interlibrary loan services, and an on-site collection of books and media. Carbondale is a small, eclectic town known for its scenic beauty and outdoor recreation.

Glenwood Springs Branch Library

Glenwood Springs became a branch of Garfield County Libraries in 1969. Partnering with Colorado Mountain College, construction on the building housing the new Glenwood Springs branch was completed in September 2013. The building is comprised of two stories. On the first floor guests will find 14,000 sq. ft. of library space including a 250-person community room, a 12-person conference room, and three 4-person study rooms.

Rifle Branch Library

One of the unique features of the Rifle Branch Library is the stained glass window that commemorates Theodore Roosevelt’s visits to this area around the turn of the century. Known as the Roosevelt Window, it was originally in the Presbyterian Church at the corner of 4th and Whiteriver. When the building was being turned into a private residence, a group of community-oriented citizens set out to save the entire collection of windows and raised $30,000 to save them from auction. The other church windows are located in buildings throughout Rifle including City Hall and the Rifle Museum.

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