October events for all ages!
October events for all ages!

Boulder Area Premiere

Sunday, October 10,  5PM
In honor of Indigenous Peoples Day, please join us for this powerful film screening, panel discussion and dinner.  Guest Panelists include Sky Roosevelt-Morris (who is featured in the film) and Angela Bibens Henry, Esq. of Red Owl Law and former Ground Coordinator for Water Protective Legal Collective. 
This event will be held at HubNed.  Light dinner fare provided by Tocabe: an American Indian Eatery and local chefs.  Program is free and seating is limited. Great for all ages. Invite our Youth!  
Register here.  


Thursday, September 30,  7-8:30 pm
In conjunction with the Nederland Community Library’s U.S. Constitution display in the foyer assembled by the DAR, a local Nederland couple will present “Voice the Constitution.” This is an out loud, non-partisan community reading of the U.S. Constitution. Including all of the amendments, the Constitution takes one hour to read aloud.
After the reading, there will be a short discussion period, and patriotic desserts.
Register here

Youth and Teens!

Hands-On Creative Writing

Are you a budding writer? Write poetry? Ever thought about writing and designing a graphic novel? Then we have you covered! On Oct. 3 from 3-5pm, this teen-centered, student-led writing course will help with the basics of short stories, poetry, narrative writing, and even graphic novels. For grades 6 - 9. Email Elise if you are interested or sign up here!

Dungeons & Dragons

We are thrilled to offer a beginner's adventure into D&D! Designed for grades 4 - 8, party members will create characters, learn the basics, and venture off into the Forgotten Realms. The party will meet Oct. 1, 8, 15, and 22 - please commit to all four weeks! The adventure can fall flat when your bard doesn't show up and you need someone to sing an ogre to sleep! Light snacks will be served and adventure over- served. Register here!!

Library Programs at NES!

As we adapt to the changing landscape, Nederland Library and NES are partnering to provide some library afterschool programs at NES!
While we get used to this arrangement, we are starting with tried and true Crazy 8's Math for students in grades K-2, beginning Wednesday, Oct. 6, and running weekly through Nov 18. For more information, please email Mike and be sure to check our website for more program announcements!

Pincushion Pumpkins!

Family Craft Day!  Sunday, October 24, 2-3PM
Enjoy a happy crafting day with Julie from Longmont’s Maker General making PinCushion Pumpkins.
Children will learn to cut out fabric  using a template, and will learn basic hand sewing stitches, how to stuff an object and finish it. Children will be using needles and hot glue with supervision.
Best for ages 7 and up.  Register here.  

Parent's Night Out!

Because we all work hard during the week, the library will host another PNO on Oct. 23, from 5-8. We'll be watching some Halloween movies and making some spooky crafts. Fun for ages 6 - 12! Register here so we make sure we have eough food.

Storytimes are back!
Best for ages 0-2
Wednesdays, 10 - 11 am
As children acquire language skills and concepts, we strive to incorporate those skills and concepts into many fun topics and socially supportive lessons. While we do want our children to be exposed to literacy topics and concepts, it is also very important to understand the developmental milestones our children meet. In addition, we provide time for free play and exploration. This is a holistic approach to educating children in a safe, fun and engaging environment.
Storytime for children ages 2 to 5 years. 
Thursdays, 10 - 11 am
This is a fun storytime based around the love of books and leisure. Designed for children who are able to hold focus on a story (at least for a bit!) we will hear some wonderful stories both classic and contemporary, usually outside, weather permitting. This storytime will include an activity or craft, depending on the theme and general capacity of the group. Think of it as a flex session in that we will be adapting to the group and addressing age appropriate skills, interests, and abilities.

ESL Classes

The Nederland Community Library is now offering free individual ESL (English as Second-Language) classes open to all who are interested in building their skills in the English Language.
Where: Nederland Community Library or remotely via Zoom
Contact us here for more information.  

Nederland Area Writers' Groups!

Beat the Writer's Block, and get inspired!  
For more information on the three different  writing groups that meet at the library, check out our website.
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