GCPL July 2020 Newsletter
July Newsletter
We've missed you!
Moab Library is Opening
...but it's going to be different!
Starting on June 30th, the Moab Library building will be open to patrons, for 30 minute visits, between 10 am and 4 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
*Please note that masks are required, and all school-aged children must be accompanied by an adult.
Questions? Give us a call @ 435-259-1111
Curbside Pick Up will be ongoing Mon-Fri!
Questions? Email Jenny at jenny@moablibrary.org
or call the Moab Library at
435-259-1111.

*photo courtesy of Tom Haraden
Castle Valley Library
Open for Curbside Pick-Up!
Want to pick up a book, audiobook, movie or magazine a little closer to home?
Starting July 1st curbside pick-up will be available at the Castle Valley Library on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays (including July 3rd) from 1 to 3pm.
How it works:
First, use your library card to log in to the library catalog to find and place holds.
Then, select your preferred pick up location (choose Castle Valley Library).
When you receive notification that your items are available, email Jenny to schedule a pick-up time in Castle Valley.
Your items will be available on a table outside the library at the specified time.
Radio Book Club
Each month, the library teams up with Back of Beyond Books for the Radio Book Club on KZMU. Join Jessie, Julia and Shari at 5pm on Monday, July 6th for a discussion on the experience of reading, the books we're excited about, as well as library and book store news.
KZMU 106.7 & 90.1 FM
Online Musical Story Hour!
Saturday, July 11th at 10:30 am

Join our Musical Story Hour Facebook Group now in order to view this story hour on July 11th. Can't make it at that time? Don't worry! T he video will be available afterwards for on-demand viewing within this group.
We will enjoy a reading of the tale of The Ugly Duckling by Danish poet and author Hans Christian Andersen with live accompaniment by oboist Laura Brown. 
Musical Story Hour is a collaboration between the library and the Moab Music Festival.

We achieved our
Read to Feed
Community Wide Reading Goal!

Thank you to Moonflower Market, City Market, and all our summer challenge readers!

When the total minutes read by everyone in the library's summer challenges reached 50,000 minutes, City Market and Moonflower Market each donated $500 to the Grand County Food Bank! See below to learn about our next Community Wide Reading Goal.
Community Wide Reading Goal #2 - Donuts for Kids
We Need Your Help!

On the day our community reaches the goal of logging 225,000 minutes of reading all youth who are registered for one of the library’s summer challenges will receive a coupon for a free donut from The Donut Shop on Center Street! As of July 1st we are 46% of the way to our goal. We need everyone's help to reach 225,000 minutes. Thank you to John at the Donut Shop on Center Street!

It's easy to sign up and it is not too late for your kids or grandkids to earn donuts. Sign up everyone online today ! All youth who register earn a coupon for a free drink at Lop's Pop Stop. Teens and adults who join earn a free Read Like a Local bandana and sticker!
Still Time to Join the Fun:
Imagine Your Story
Summer Challenges
for All Ages!
June 1st - August 16th
Read Books! Complete Challenge Activities! Win Prizes!
NEW THIS YEAR - Log your reading and completed activities from the comfort of your own home using our mobile device app or a computer. 
*This program is funded in part by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services which administers the Library Services and Technology Act
Library Free Wi-Fi Reach Extended!
Thanks to a grant from the Utah State Library , our library's free wifi has extended reach! Now it is easier than ever to connect while respecting social distance in the parking spaces in front of the library building.
Wifi password: gcplwifi
Checkin' in with Cosmo
Although it's been nice to perfect the skill of power-napping, I'm excited to see some fresh faces in the library at last!
The librarians have been scurrying around all week with brooms and mops and measuring tapes. While I can't sweep or mop very well, I've been helping out by being extra sweet and friendly. That seems to make them happy. Hope to see you soon!
The health and safety of our patrons and staff is a top priority. The Library will continue to follow the direction, instruction, and guidance of the Southeast Utah Health Department, the Utah Department of Health, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, and the World Health Organization.
Please call us or email info@moablibrary.org with any questions. We are here to help.

Have a Safe and Happy July 4th,

Grand County Public Library Staff
Grand County Public Library | 435-259-1111 | www.moablibrary.org