Are You Interested in the History of the Press?

PBS Newshour Extra offers investigations into the history of the press and how several topics have been covered. You can learn about the coverage of the Revolutionary War, Women’s Suffrage, WWII, and much much more. Journalism in Action takes you on a trip through history from the view of reporters, such as Nellie Bly and Ida B. Wells. Take the […]

Could you answer me some questions???

Ello All, It’s Jenni,your friendly neighborhood young adult librarian, looking for some feedback from all you teens! Please, follow these links to short questionnaires to help me learn more about you and what you would like to see at the library. I would greatly appreciate it if you could give me honest and complete answers, as I will use the […]

On Respect

Respect is defines as ‘due regard for the feelings, wishes, rights, or traditions of others.’ As a Young Adult Services Manager who has an extensive background in health and wellness and health education, I am aware of the need for all people to show and receive respect. The Mancos Library has a policy on responsibilities and conduct for patrons. This […]

FREE AudioBooks for Teens ALL SUMMER LONG!!!

Listen on your mobile phone or any device that has internet access and allows downloads. Expose yourself to rich vocabulary, correctly pronounced and used in context. Multi-task! Read with your ears while you drive, do chores, exercise. Go here now…. http://www.audiobooksync.com/ It is sooo easy!!!!

Free Double Feature Running Films

Mancos Public Library and the organizers of the Mancos Half Marathon, 5K & Fun Run invite the public to a FREE double feature guaranteed to inspire the inner runner in everyone. Join us on Saturday, June 4 at 7 pm for screenings of the short documentary film “Kissing the Rock” and the sports action drama “McFarland USA”. A conversation, via […]