Exhibition, Winter Events, Giving, Produce and more!
Pre-register stating Dec. 12 and get reading!
Cozy up with books and play the Winter Reading Challenge. Anyone age 6+ can join!
Starts Dec. 18 through Feb. 28.
- Read three stories: Books, magazine articles and audiobooks all count.
- Play online or pick up a bingo card.
- Each week one winner will be drawn for each age category (children and teen/adult).
Winners receive a tote bag filled with a gift card to Boulder Book Store and winter goodies.
Joel Haertling's exhibitionof his collection of things
Joel grew up in Boulder and worked at the Boulder Library for over 30 years. He is a collector of ephemera, found art and personal objects and brings people together through things. This exhibition will showcase a huge, yet comparatively tiny, cross section of Joel's collection and will delve into his collection process.
Opening reception on Dec. 8 in the Canyon Gallery, from 6 to 8 p.m. Exhibition ends on Feb. 5. Meadows will also feature some of his items.
Winter Events for All Ages
An evening of story telling and crafts!
Noche de Cuentos at Reynolds - 12/10
Come celebrate a Noche de Cuentos. There will be winter celebrations, oral traditions, presents, and snacks.
Holiday Make and Take - Multiple days and locations
Make holiday crafts to give as gifts. Wrap your gifts in them in recycled wrapping paper. Enjoy hot cocoa and holiday cheer.
Tis The Season For Giving
Philanthropy makes a real difference
In the past year, donors have funded nearly 90% of the library's programs and helped ensure that the new north Boulder Library branch will be the best library possible. Consider giving today.
Now that voters have approved the new Boulder Public Library District, your donations can make more of an impact than ever before. The Boulder Library Foundation is now poised to help our libraries become more innovative and engaging than ever.
Farmers Market pickup now at Main
Boulder County Farmers Market will now offer curbside pickup at the Boulder Public Library! Customers can shop from their favorite local farmers market producers all year through the online marketplace. Curbside pickup will be available every Wednesday from 4:30 to 6:00 PM. Place an order online at bcfm.org.
Share your COVID Stories with Future Generations
Help Carnegie document the COVID-19 pandemic.
Contribute your stories to the Carnegie Library archive by completing the Carnegie COVID-19 Community Stories questionnaire. Your stories will be added to the Carnegie Library local history archive and help future generations understand what it was like to live through this time in history.
"Water Is Water" by Miranda Paul
"This gorgeously illustrated book teaches about the water cycle using beautiful rhymes that take the reader through seasons and daily life. Children of all ages can relate to water's various stages while also learning what happens when water freezes, melts, or becomes a vapor. "--Celine, George Reynolds
"The library has been such a lifeline for our household during the pandemic. Most of the reading our family does is thanks to you. Thank you for all the work you are doing. We're glad you're here!" - anonymous
"We loved this series—it felt so representative! We’re so glad there are so many diverse books available for kids nowadays" - patron from NoBo who just read the Nina Soni juvenile series
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