Mobile Earth and Space Observatory
Saturday, Oct. 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Reynolds
Explore an augmented reality sandbox, identify the concepts of watersheds, look (safely) at the sun, engage with infrared cameras... and more with the Mobile Earth + Space Observatory (MESO) at the George Reynolds Branch library! No registration requires. All ages welcome!
Family Friendly and Sensory Friendly Concerts!
Emotion and adventure, conveyed by sound.
Immerse yourself in the beautiful sounds of the Boulder Philharmonic & Central City Opera. A family-friendly concert will be in the Canyon Theater, Sunday, Oct. 16 at 1 p.m. A second sensory friendly concert will take place at 2:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Oct. 19 at 5 p.m. at Reynolds and online
Read banned books and discuss issues of censorship and intellectual freedom. Each month participants will choose their own book, read and bring to the club. October’s theme is Young Adult books. Teens and adults are welcome to join.
Don't miss these programs, today Wednesday, Oct. 12
Caregiver and Baby Yoga Time with Faith Davis at 11:30 a.m. at Main in the Boulder Creek Room. Gently flow through a simple series of yoga movements
Midday Music Meditation
Enjoy an hour of beautiful, improvised, and relaxing music at the Meadows Branch Library at noon.
"Welcome to Your Period" by Yumi Stynes
"Many people my age have a memory of our mothers handing us the American Girl Doll puberty guide, The Care and Keeping of You: The Body Book for Younger Girls by Valorie Schaefer, when we turned 12 to help us deal with puberty. That book was very important to me and many others growing up and I'm so grateful that there are newer, way more informative and inclusive books these days that provide an up-to-date knowledge framework. This book has a great tone--not too dry, not too flippant--that makes the reader feel as if a close friend is telling them this valuable information about menstruation. I found the various illustrations throughout to also be fun and helpful. Overall, this is a wonderful resource for tweens. "- Jessica, Meadows Library
"It was wonderful and saved me like $200 in Uber fees" - A happy Book a Bike Patron
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