DE BEQUE, Colo. (KJCT) -- A Grand Valley library is setting up a temporary location until it moves into its new spot.
The old De Beque Library closed its doors Friday at its location at the De Beque School.
The new library will be connected to the new school, so students don't have to walk outside to go the library, and there will be a separate public entrance.
“In the new building, we will have study areas where the kids can come in and go into a separate room without having to be sitting here,” said De Beque Library Branch Manager, Apple Barker.
Starting May 26 they are starting a temporary pop-up library will be open every Friday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Gazebo Park near De Beque's town hall.
The pop-up library will have an outdoor book return box and a WiFi hot spot.
There will be a limited number of books at the outdoor location, but you can reserve items online. Just choose De Beque as your home library and pick it up at the park.
For more information visit the website, at the link on the right side of this screen.