Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month
Thursday, Sept. 22 at 11 a.m. at Meadows
Back to School for Adults, too!
GED Preparation and the Career Online High School
Saturday, Sept. 24, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at Central Park
Get inspired to support pollinators with games, arts, crafts, and nature-based activities. Dance and sing with Jeff & Paige at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. All ages, no registration needed, located at Central Park, 1236 Canyon Boulevard, Boulder, CO 80302
Pollinator Movie Matinee at Meadows: Bee Movie
Celebrate Pollinator Appreciation Month with a matinee showing of Dream Works’ "Bee Movie". The movie will start at 2:30 p.m. All ages welcome. 82 min., rated PG on Saturday, Sept. 24 at Meadows.
Art in the Afternoon for Teens
Sunday, Sept. 25 at 3:30 p.m., Meadows
Feel like exploring your artistic side? Come to the library to meet other creative teens and work on the featured art project of the month. For teens / grades 6-12. Art in the Afternoon occurs on the last Sunday of each month at Meadows.
Saturday, Oct. 1 at noon, Main
Join us in the Boulder Creek Room for station-based activities inspired by the I Survived book series written by Lauren Tarshis. Come prepared by completing a BINGO sheet based on the books and you can be entered into a raffle to win a prize! For tweens aged 9-11 years old. Registration is open now!
"If I Had a Gryphon" by Vikki VanSickle
"This picture book is a fun introduction to creatures of myth and fantasy. Wonderfully illustrated by Cale Atkinson, it has a flowing rhyme structure that keeps the reader engaged. The young narrator has just received her first pet: a hamster who doesn't do much more than eat and sleep. She imagines what it would be like to have a more exciting pet, such as a unicorn, dragon, manticore, or of course a gryphon. Although these types of creatures seem like great fun at first, she starts to recognize the problems that might arise when caring for them. Maybe a hamster is a pretty good pet after all..."
— Rebecca, Meadows Library
“Thank you for all of the creative energy you give our families. We appreciate you!” — A patron shared through Ask a Librarian
"I can't believe how much you all do at the library! You must be so busy, but you all move so fast and get so much done.” - Overheard from an older adult patron picking up a hold
“It's one thing to take my credit card, but how dare he take my library card!” - A Meadows patron asking if her I.D. would work to check out a book because her husband took her library card with him when we he went out of town.
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