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Hours of operation have changed. NoBo Corner Library reopened Saturday, Oct 9. Reynolds Branch Library offers hold carryout appointments.

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Recommended Read

“The House in the Cerulean Sea” by T.J. Klune Linus Baker is a straight-laced rule-following caseworker who lives alone with his cat. He is working for the Department of Magical Youth when he is called on by Extremely Upper Management for a special classified task, which requires him to relocate to an orphanage located on […]

Homework Help by Brainfuse

Get free one-on-one help in any subject! Going back to school does not have to be a battle! If you or your child is struggling we can help. Homework Help by Brainfuse has FREE online tutors to help in all subjects from grades kindergarten to college. Create flashcards, create a whiteboard, or make a virtual […]

Día de los Muertos

Enjoy the library’s series of events to celebrate a Mexican cultural tradition: ▪ Día de los Muertos / Day of the Dead ▪ How to Build an Ofrenda. ▪ Ofrenda Open House ▪ La Catrina Makeup   Check out other spooky happenings in Boulder!        

Volunteers Needed

Bring the joy of the library to our homebound neighbors this winter As we head into the colder winter months, some neighbors may have a harder time getting to the library in person. Please sign up to help community members by delivering items from the library to homes on a regular basis. Volunteers will be […]

Recommended Read

Accordionly cover

“Accordionly: Abuelo and Opa Make Music” by Michael Genhart  “In this celebration of family and culture, a child unites his grandfathers–one a Mexican mariachi and the other a Swiss yodeler–through music. Reading this exuberant book, illustrated with joyful family members and authentic cultural details, you can’t help but smile. You might even consider giving accordion […]

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We need your input on what you want to see in our twice-monthly library newsletter! Once a year we try to gauge what our readers would like to see. Please take this simple  three-minute-long survey to help us. If you are tired of seeing the same content over and over, this is the place to […]

Leaders & Lit: Dr. William Kuskin

Dr. William Kushkin

We recently connected with Dr. William Kuskin, professor of English and Associate Dean for Engineering and Digital Education at the University of Colorado Boulder. He spoke to us about his love of comic books and how they often connect real-world topics and fiction. Dr. Kuskin views reading as “a place where you can’t help but […]

JLF Colorado Returns!

JLF 2021

The largest literature festival in the world has gone virtual from October 8 to 10! The iconic Jaipur Literature Festival’s Colorado showcase is returning! The event, which will be all virtual for the second year, will as always be rich with the multilingual literary heritage of South Asia blended with the distinct flavor of the United […]

NoBo Corner Library is reopening!

Nobo

Come in starting Saturday, Oct. 9 at noon! We are proud to reopen our small but mighty corner library with storytimes on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday at 10:15 a.m. at Holiday Park, weather permitting. Mis Pininos on Wednesdays at 4 p.m. will continue on Zoom through the end of the year. All safety protocols are in […]

Kids and Teens Programs

Kid with legos

Play with others and challenge yourself to something new! Play-Well TEKnologies – Bring LEGO to life and explore engineering principles alongside an experienced instructor from Play-Well TEKnologies. At Main for kids 6-11 on Oct. 2 at 2 p.m. Magic the Gathering Returns! Find a duel at this teen-led event for magic players of all abilities! Get deck-building […]