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Dances! Murals! Boulder Arts Week!

Boulder Arts Week

March 26 to April 3, 2021 The City of Boulder is the home to thousands of artists and over 140 arts organizations. This year, Boulder’s arts community rises to the occasion with an incredible array of cultural experiences, murals, dances, and more. Join us again at Boulder’s only large-scale, inclusive celebration of our community’s vibrant […]

Recommended Read

tuesday mooney

“Tuesday Mooney Talks to Ghosts” By Kate Racculia “Tuesday Mooney prefers her work and being alone to being with most people. But she’s smart, resourceful, and a little bit obsessive–which might just be the skills she needs to win a fortune hidden somewhere in the city of Boston when an eccentric billionaire dies and leaves […]

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book cover for Hamnet

“Hamnet” by Maggie O’Farrell “I am a long-time fan of Maggie O’Farrell’s compelling storytelling and her richly detailed writing. ‘Hamnet’ is an entirely absorbing novel set in Stratford, England in the late 16th century. The story imagines the domestic life of William Shakespeare and his wife prior to losing their only son, 11-year-old Hamnet, to […]

Short Story Dispensers at Main Library

Short Story Dispensers at Main Library

Grab a story and go! Main Library is now debuting two Short Story Dispensers! The touch-free machine gives out FREE stories on recyclable paper for you to take with you on the go. Simply, wave your hand over the motion-activated button to access a story written by authors from across the world. You will find these […]

Bridging the Digital Divide

Digital Divide

COVID-19 has shifted the way we interact with one another Not everyone has access to the tools and technology they need to stay connected during the pandemic. The Library and Housing and Human Services have created a partnership called, “Bridging The Digital Divide” to help close this gap. This program is geared toward adults age 55+ and […]

HelpNow by Brainfuse


On-demand, anywhere online learning! Whether it’s help with the SAT, ACT, finals, or your next essay, HomeworkHelp is here for you! Get one-on-one tutoring and assistance in any subject in English or Spanish. Live tutoring for homework is available every day from 2 to 11 p.m. MST. You can also use the tool to make flashcards, create […]

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“Say Nothing: A True Story of Murder and Memory in Northern Ireland” By Patrick Radden Keefe “Keefe explores the conflict in Northern Ireland during the mid to late 20th century (known as “The Troubles”) by using the still-unsolved murder of Jean McConville, a 38-year-old widow and mother of ten. The book follows several major players […]

End of Prospector

hold shelf at Main

The Service will be discontinued starting Dec. 31, 2020 We are discontinuing the Prospector interlibrary loan service due to budget cuts and shortfalls stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic. Dec. 11, 2020, is the last day to place holds through Prospector, Mobius and Springer eBooks. We will continue to fill holds through Dec. 31.

A Colorado Book Recommendation

Colorado Book Covers

Our Winter Reading Challenge is right around the corner! And we want you to feel prepared. Cozy up with some of our best book recommendations with Colorado in mind. Top Ten Book Recommendations for Teens and Adults 1. Sabrina & Corina: Stories by Kali Fajardo-Anstine 2. Zen and Gone by Emily France 3. Deep Creek: […]