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Pottery Class for Older Adults

Three pottery masks

Wednesday, Oct. 5 at 2 p.m. at Reynolds Express your creative side and prepare to get your hands dirty as Studio Arts Boulder, Boulder Library Foundation, and Boulder Public Library present a workshop on how to hand-build decorative masks. Ages 60+ Registration required.

Thank You JLF Volunteers!

Two volunteers smiling at JLF

More than 130 people gave their time and support  After three years, it was wonderful to have Jaipur Literature Festival back in person and the volunteers did an amazing job of welcoming everyone and ensuring the entire festival ran smoothly. If you missed the festival or want to find out more, videos of the sessions will be […]

Legos, Dancing, and Baby Yoga

Children fascinated in a LEGO program

Programs for all ages! LEGO Build-Along with Play-Well TEKnologies on Saturday, 10/1 Take your LEGO® Engineering skills to the next level. For ages 6-11, registration required for child attendees only. Bollywood Dancing for Teens on Saturday, 10/8 Learn dance moves from Bollywood films! Instructed by Bella Diva World Dance, LLC. Registration required. Caregiver and Baby Yoga Time with Faith Davis […]

Recommended Read

cartoon of many mythical beasts

“If I Had a Gryphon” by Vikki VanSickle “This picture book is a fun introduction to creatures of myth and fantasy. Wonderfully illustrated by Cale Atkinson, it has a flowing rhyme structure that keeps the reader engaged. The young narrator has just received her first pet: a hamster who doesn’t do much more than eat […]

WANTED: New story book characters!

The Boulder Public Library and Creative Integration Initiative are holding a kid’s contest to design their very own storybook characters. The best designs will be chosen and printed out to be placed on walls hidden at all library locations, creating a fun scavenger hunt for everyone to enjoy! Submit Online Download the form. Contest Guidelines […]

Black Business Ventures Collection

Middle schoolers team up to research Boulder history Step back in time and learn about Sadie Arnold’s pie crusts, the Morrison and Reeves brothers’ orchestras, or an array of other business ventures in the 1900s! View the new collection or read this article to learn about how Boulder middle schoolers helped Carnegie Library start the […]

Mobile printing is here!

Screenshot of wifi printing portal

Print to any of our printers via the Internet Wireless printing is back and better than ever! Get started Upload your file, and add your library card or email address. Within a few minutes, your print job will be ready to release from our print stations. You’ll need the email address or card number you […]

Staff Recommended Read

Asylum bookcover a Memoir and manifesto by Edafe Okporo. Cover features black wavy horizontal lines with orange writing.

“Asylum: A Memoir & Manifesto” by Edafe Okporo “The author, an activist and asylee, shares his experience seeking asylum in America with readers in a way that is accessible and direct. Many Americans live oblivious to the cruelty and dehumanizing process asylees face when they arrive in our country. Edafe left Nigeria because he was […]

Teen Spaces

Reynolds Teen Space

Challenge your teen to find their favorite spot! Read the future with tarot, play Nintendo Switch, relieve stress with adult coloring sheets, or make new friends by playing board games. Teen Space has it all! Teens can also visit the Digital Foundry in the Teen Space at Main to use digital media equipment including microphones, […]

Only 50 Years Overdue

Book Cover for 'One Hundred and One', includes a tree and river, plus the overdue checkout card

“One Hundred and One” finds its way home The library recently received a special return: a book of poems checked out from the Reynolds Branch Library in December 1975! Since the library no longer charges overdue fines, the $1,710.80 in fines was waived. Just another benefit of going fine-free! The book and its due date […]