Move your body or relax with music Yoga Storytime – 2/4 at Meadows Read books, move your body, and practice mindfulness in a playful, relaxing environment. Don’t forget your yoga mat! Midday Music Meditation – 2/8 at Meadows Enjoy an hour of beautiful, improvised, and relaxing music at Meadows. Second Wednesdays of each month at noon.
Main Library has reopened without restrooms or public computers.
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Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Week Exploration for all ages Feb. 4 through 11 Join us for a full week of STEAM at one of our dozens of programs! Including: STEAM Storytimes BeeChicas: Skincare from the Hive Juguemos al Podcast / Bilingual Podcasting Mobile Earth + Space Observatory Sun Party Mobile Earth + Space Observatory […]
Close Knit: 15 Patterns and 45 Techniques From Beginner to Advanced from Europe’s Coolest Knitter by Laerke Bagger “Calling all makers, check out this great book by a prominent Danish knitting designer. This book is for all levels of knitters, packed full of inspiration and practical tips. A great resource for your winter knitting!”–Louise, Main […]
An inside look at our favorite reads last year! Library staff has compiled a large list of their favorite reads in 2022. Need inspiration to find a new read? Check it out.
Get involved by hosting your own book club The library is looking for leaders to form Book Circles within their communities and neighborhoods. Get a sneak peek of this year’s title and upcoming events. We’ll provide everything you need to get a book circle going, including a free copy of the book for Circle Leaders. […]
No public restrooms are currently available The building was closed on Dec. 20 when testing of the restroom exhaust vents showed elevated levels of methamphetamine contamination. Certified remediation contractors have made the following changes: Removed some seating Removed public computers and laptops Public restrooms are currently sealed in an airtight environment, being cleaned and some […]
“Our Spoons Came From Woolworths” by Barbara Comyns “Comyns’ writing is utterly unique and so good, and fortunately, much of her work has recently been rediscovered and republished. Our Spoons Came from Woolworths is quirky, sharp-witted, and darkly funny, all with a fairytale ending. I want to read everything she has written.”–Jennifer, Main Library
“Water Is Water” by Miranda Paul “This gorgeously illustrated book teaches about the water cycle using beautiful rhymes that take the reader through seasons and daily life. Children of all ages can relate to water’s various stages while also learning what happens when water freezes, melts, or becomes a vapor. “ –Celine, George Reynolds More […]
Help Carnegie document the COVID-19 pandemic. Share Your Story Contribute your stories to the Carnegie Library archive by completing the Carnegie COVID-19 Community Stories questionnaire. Your stories will be added to the Carnegie Library local history archive and help future generations understand what it was like to live through this time in history.
An engaging artwork program created by Boulder youth Characters and creatures have taken over the library! Head to your nearest Boulder Library location to participate. Creatures can be found at Main, Meadows, Reynolds, NoBo and outside of Carnegie. Can you find them all? This project was a collaboration between youth in Boulder, the Boulder Public […]