Garfield County Libraries Host Community Meetings

Community Meetings

The Garfield County Libraries are seeking honest feedback about services, materials, and programs. We hope you'll participate in this process, and help shape the exciting future of our libraries with us. Everyone is invited, and you can pick the date and location that's best for you. Participants will be entered into drawings for gift cards to local businesses. The meetings will be held in English, but an interpreter will be on hand for Spanish speaking participants. Dinner will be provided. All meetings will be held at 6 pm. For more information call 970-625-4270. Haga clic aquí para Español.

Can't make the meetings? Fill out our online survey here.

Meeting Schedule:

Tuesday, August 5 - Glenwood Springs Branch Library

Wednesday, August 6 - Rifle Branch Library

Wednesday, August 20 - New Castle Branch Library

Thursday, August 21 - Parachute Branch Library

Tuesday, August 26 - Silt Branch Library

Wednesday, August 27 - Carbondale Branch Library

 

 

 

 

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