While the active programming for the 2020 One Book One Boulder program has ended, there are still many ways to engage. This year’s selection was ‘So You Want to Talk About Race‘ by Ijeoma Oluo. From July – November 2020, Boulder came together through the shared experience of reading and discussing the same book, supporting community […]
Thursday, Nov. 26 & Friday, Nov. 27 – All in-person services will be closed for Thanksgiving and a city-wide furlough day.
Main Library is open with limited services. At-risk individuals specialized hours are Monday – Thursday: 9 – 10 a.m.
Meadows Branch Library has holds carryout appointments. Returns are accepted at Main Library and Meadows Branch Library.
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Enjoy a soothing story, day or night We’ve launched Dial-a-Story! Call 303-441-3102 anytime, with a new picture book featured weekly. We’re also offering virtual storytimes on YouTube Monday-Saturday at 10 a.m., with the option to watch the storytime recordings anytime. Don’t miss the bilingual storytimes in English/Español.
General Information about Presenting at the Boulder Public Library Boulder Public Library plans programs between 3-6 months in advance of presentation date. We receive a high volume of requests and are not able to respond directly to all submissions. If your program is of interest, our staff will contact you. Typically payment for programs ranges […]
Due to the closure of the library during the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the planned 2020 exhibitions have been postponed until 2021. As a result, there will not be an open call for new shows for next year. The next open call will take place August 2021. Background The library is a place where people, […]
Recorded Concerts Recorded Concert Series programs will air on Boulder Channel 8. Be sure to check their schedule View all the episodes on Vimeo.
Free workshops to help you
The Mistress of Spices by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
On view through end of June Come play Solarophone, an interactive installation that turns the entry of the Main Library into a musical instrument. The installation explores the sound of both the space and the physical structure that makes up the conoid atrium. Solarophone makes sounds by triggering motors attached to the architecture and a collection […]
The Almost Nearly Perfect People: Behind the Myth of the Scandinavian Utopia by Michael Booth