Dolores Public Library Mission
Your community source for knowledge, personal growth and opportunities for lifelong learning!
The library is located on the Dolores River and was constructed in 2004.
A community room can be reserved for public use, a comfortable setting is available for quiet reading overlooking the river, along with outdoor tables and chairs.
Computer work stations and laptops are accessible for patron and public use, and wireless is always available.
Collection and Materials
The library belongs to a Colorado consortium that offers a union catalog and allows for interlibrary loans. We maintain special collections which include Colorado History, Anthropology/Archaeology, and Railroad Reference. Periodical subscriptions are varied and numerous and all local newspapers are available.
Friends of the Dolores Library
The purpose of the Friends of the Dolores Public Library is to support the library’s visions and goals. As advocates, the Friends engage in fundraising activities and seek volunteers to assist in projects at the library.
Membership is open to anyone who has an interest in promoting the further development of the Dolores Public Library
We are currently looking for volunteers to revive the Dolores Public Library Friends group! If you’re interested please contact Diana Donohue, Library Director.
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