“Brave New Home” By Diana Lind “Brave New Home is a fascinating exploration into the history of housing in America that seeks to understand how single-family homes became so popular. As well as being increasingly unattainable, such homes have significant social, economic, medical, and environmental costs that might be making us sicker and unhappier overall. […]
Main Library and Meadows Branch Library are open with holds pick-up, and socially distant computer use.
NoBo Corner Library and George Reynolds Branch Library have holds carryout appointments. Need help? Contact us.
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Join the BeeChicas for a Top 10 Native Plant countdown on May 12 Native plants are beautiful and integral to a healthy ecosystem, and often require less water and work. Add full season color and diversity to your gardens and create a living landscape full of beneficial insects, native bees and all pollinators. Register today for […]
Help us deliver education and fun for all! We’re seeking teen and adult volunteers to register people for the Summer of Discovery Program. Teen volunteers also are needed to help us write book reviews and design teen programs. We also need immediate help with our simultaneous onsite and online storytimes. Or help adult English learners come together and practice their conversational […]
In March, we asked the Boulder community to submit designs for our annual Library Card Art Contest based on the theme for the upcoming Summer of Discovery: Our Connected World. Boulder’s artists responded! The library received 63 entries in 4 different age groups! The staff selection committee had the difficult task of narrowing the entries […]
Bringing performances to the Civic Area Bandshell Watch for a new program coming this summer to the Glenn Huntington Bandshell in the Civic Area. It’s Arts in the Park! The program will run from May to September and provide arts groups a place to put on safe, socially distanced outdoor performances. Event dates and tickets […]
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Register for your seat today! Space is limited In-person storytime returns on April 26 in the Canyon Gallery! Enter and exit through the north entrance of the Main Library and register today Space will be limited; bring a pillow or blanket for comfort. A live stream will also be simultaneously played of the live storytime! Generously […]
“The Line Tender” By Kate Allen “This juvenile novel is an emotional coming-of-age story that follows Lucy Everhart as she grapples with the loss of both her mother and her best friend, Fred. Allen thoughtfully ties Lucy’s attempts to find meaning in her friendship with Fred to her attempts to better understand the sharks her […]
Find us on Facebook or Instagram on Thursdays and we’ll suggest your next favorite book! Whether you are looking to process or escape, BPL staff are here to help. Play along with us on Facebook or Instagram by commenting on our post and listing one to three books that you loved, and we will give you a recommendation on […]