Although the Library building is temporarily closed as we take coronavirus precautions, many Book-a-Librarian services remain available remotely. We encourage you to sign up for any of these services. Experts are available to help one-on-one:
Learn about Digital Collections
“Stay-at-home” doesn’t mean you can’t “stay inspired” with books, audio, movies, music, magazines and TV shows to keep you reading, learning, and relaxing. We’re here 7 days a week to answer your questions about Digital Collections (over 600,000 items for all ages) and how to access them on your device. Call us at 970-586-8116, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or look for the “Chat with a Librarian” button in the upper-left corner of this page, available during regular hours.
Schedule a one-on-one telephone session with Kaye Orten, a retired administrator in higher education. Orten has served as Vice Chancellor for Student Financial Services at the University of Colorado and has vast experience working within the college admissions process. In these one hour sessions you may ask questions, learn about college admissions, and get the details you and your family need to get your Teen to college. Find an appointment
Draft Your Advanced Directives
Sessions are being held by telephone and via web-based videoconferencing. Give your family and yourself peace of mind: ensure that your end-of-life wishes are communicated to those that need to know. Read about the program and make an appointment.
Free Legal Self-Help Clinic
Wednesday, May 13, appointments available between 2 and 5 pm
Volunteer attorneys are available by a computer link to answer questions, help fill out forms, and explain the process and procedures for civil legal issues, including family law, civil litigation, property law, probate law, collections, appeals, landlord-tenant law, veteran’s benefits, and civic protection orders. Call us at 970-586-8116 to make an appointment for May 13.