We here at the Montrose regional district are very proud to announce that the Montrose Library is our pick for the most cool library of the week. Based in the Colorado State, this organization is an isolated political entity that is reserved for use and access by the residents of Montrose County. Its foundations are strongly built upon noble aims of providing the public with literature, encouraging lifelong gaining of knowledge, and supporting reading.
In 2013, the MRLD have demonstrated their strong ambitions in their establishment of an electronic library system that incorporates access to audiobooks and e-books for adults. Now, you’re probably already wondering what it is that sets Montrose Library apart from the rest in the region. Here’s just a few reason why you’d agree with us that Montrose Library is definitely your choice for the ‘cool library of the week.’
⦁Hosting of interactive ‘Reading Rovers’ regularly for the little tykes
⦁A comprehensive and highly efficient books and records management system that leaves little space for improvising
⦁Exciting opportunities for members of the community, both young and old, to get involved in the Montrose Library activities through volunteering
⦁24/7 ‘Ask a Librarian’ and Meeting Room facilities and services
⦁Sponsored book readings, film screenings and discussion groups held for adults
The Montrose Regional Library District is geared towards providing the community with an interactive hub where they can engage in, dream with, and live the reality of every single novel they read. One of the most instrumental initiatives towards fulfilling this goal has been the commencement of annual celebrations of ‘World Bookmobile Day’ at this cool library of the week! This popular ‘mobile library’ contraption, known more commonly as the bookmobile in the 90s, is fast gaining popularity amongst the residents of Montrose – all thanks to our library.
On one hand, the activities held at this library are entertainment-based for a large part of it. The weaker links and foundations of literacy are, however, not forgotten. Regular English as a Second Language (ESL) classes are offered for free to all of its members. Through these classes, participants win the opportunity to sharpen their language skills in an encouraging environment, guided by professionally trained ESL instructors.
So, make sure you don’t forget to drop by the Montrose Library next time you’re in the neighborhood! At MRLD, we, the staff, readers, and library members are dedicated to actively contributing to a more literateRead More