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Originally established by Vi Johnson and Virginia Taussig in 1967 in the basement of the old elementary school, the Kremmling Library has since grown immensely. The library moved to its current building in 1977, was remodeled in October of 2009, and has its place in the Kremmling community as a comfortable space to read, relax, dream, discover and connect. The library is part of the Grand County Library District, which also includes the Granby Library, the Fraser Valley Library, the Hot Sulphur Springs Library and the Juniper Library in Grand Lake.

Children’s programs are extremely popular at the Kremmling Library. These programs include Moms and Tots Story Time (for children from birth through age five), Free Family Movie Night, Wii Game Day, After School Club (for 1st and 2nd graders), and the Summer Reading Program. The library also hosts an annual Scary Story Contest and Shoe Box Book Float Contest. The Friends of the Grand County Library District run a continuous book sale in the library as well as a large sale during Kremmling Days to help support these programs.

The Kremmling Library offers many services to the public including free Wi-Fi, seven public computers for adults and children, printing, scanning, copying and faxing capabilities, community room and study room availabilities, and a comfortable sitting area with a fireplace. Grand County residents or Colorado Library Card holders are able to obtain a free Grand County library card, which entitles the cardholder to check out books, DVDs, audiobooks, music, magazines, e-books, e-audiobooks, MP3 players, and portable DVD players. Cardholders may also place holds on material located in libraries all across Colorado and this material will be sent directly to the Kremmling Library! For more information, please visit our website at www.gcld.org or call 970-724-9228.

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