The Boulder Public Library is currently out of KN95 Masks. Please check other distribution locations. In support of the State of Colorado’s ongoing efforts to combat the COVID-19 pandemic and assist in the mitigation of virus spread, the Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DHSEM) will offer KN95 and surgical-grade masks for free […]
Meadows Branch Library is closed for repairs. Please return material to our other locations. Meadows patrons will be notified when holds are available for pickup at the Main Library.
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We’ve enjoyed every coffee and donut! Since 2014 Seeds Library Cafe has been a staple at the Main Library, but now they are moving on to a new chapter. We thank Seeds for their hard work and wonderful food and drinks over the last eight years! The space will be available for a new vendor […]
After installing a new skate park at Valmont City Park, installing a mini skate area at Howard Heuston Park, and expanding the skate park at Scott Carpenter Park last year, the city’s not done putting in skate features in where the community can use them. Next stop for your crew: the Main Library. Starting mid-February, […]
Start your New Year helping out at the library One-time volunteers are needed to help with the annual Family Play Festival, Research Rendezvous, and youth STEAM events. Ongoing volunteers are also needed for Drop-In Tech Help, BoulderReads, and Youth Services. Sign up today to volunteer!
City of Boulder Facilities Department was notified Wednesday, Dec. 29 of a sewer line back-up in the Meadows Branch Library at 4800 Baseline Road in Boulder. The branch library will be closed while the damage is assessed and arrangements are made for clean-up. Meadows Branch Library staff will be reassigned to work at other library […]
Jia and Family
While you may rightly think of a library as a place to borrow books, Boulder Public Library is also home to a used bookstore that recently underwent renovations. The bookstore is a great place to find gently used and affordable books, magazines, movies and more — and the best part is your purchases help support […]
“For lovers of both mysteries and historical fiction! After the German Luftwaffe bombs London, Maggie Hope–trained in math and code breaking, but only able to find a job as Winston Churchill’s secretary–uses the unfettered access her position accords to try to unravel a plot to assassinate Churchill himself. First in a series.” – Carla, Main […]
COVID-19 numbers continue to spike again in Colorado and with the holidays around the corner, many are turning to boosters to protect themselves from the virus. It is also no surprise that many have looked at the past to see how we can get through this present pandemic by learning from when the 1918 Spanish […]
Anjana Radha is a sophomore at Peak to Peak Charter School. One of Anjana’s favorite things about reading is that she gets to escape to magical worlds. It allows her to decompress and take time for herself. She says that “reading is just another way to escape into a fantastical world that you can learn all […]