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Winter Concert Series

Winter Concert Series Annual Holiday Harps – Saturday, Dec. 7 in the Canyon Theater Boulder Children’s Chorale Concert & Community Sing-along – TWO back-to-back performances – Sunday, Dec. 8 at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. in the Canyon Theater Midday Music Meditation – Wednesday, Dec. 11 in the Canyon Theater Rocky Mountain Revels: Mid Winter’s […]

Holiday Fun for Everyone!

First Friday Food Lab: Eggnog – Friday, Dec. 6 at Reynolds Holiday Make and Take – Sunday, Dec. 8 at Reynolds Ferment-ology – Thursday, Dec. 12 at Main Make Your Own Video Game Controller – Saturday, Dec. 14 at Reynolds and Meadows Movies @ Meadows: Polar Express – Friday, Dec 13 at Meadows

Accepting applications for arts and culture grants

The City of Boulder’s Office of Arts and Culture is now accepting applications for community projects, arts-education projects, professional development, venue-rental assistance and more. Organizations, individuals and classrooms are encouraged to apply.

Recommended Read

Heart Berries: A Memoir by Terese Marie Mailhot “Don’t be fooled by this slim book! This memoir packs a serious emotional punch. Maillot winds through her own mind with vulnerable, elegant, and sometimes self-mocking prose as she tries to cope with horrors imposed upon her by others and herself. Her struggles to reconcile her incredibly […]

Get Creative with Creativebug!

Learn how to make crafts from the experts! From abstract painting to yarn craft, there are classes for all levels of experience. Choose one of the thousands of award-winning video classes taught by top designers and artists.

Important News for Users

All classes end on Dec. 20, 2019 for Libraries–now called LinkedInLearning–has made considerable changes to its terms of use that impact library patrons’ privacy. Due to these concerns, the Flatirons Library Consortium, of which Boulder Public Library is a member, will not renew its subscription to For other online learning options, visit our […]

Recommended Read – Good Talk

Good Talk: A Memoir in Conversations by Mira Jacob “This is a funny and complex book motivated by questions from the author’s six-year-old son, questions that are sparked in the years leading up to Trump’s election as her son forms his identity as a young brown boy. Throughout this uniquely illustrated graphic memoir, Jacob explores her […]


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Posted on September 3, 2019
Categories: News

Recommended Read

If I Was Your Girl by Meredith Russo “This novel about Amanda, a trans teen, negotiating a new school was interesting, informative, funny and heartbreaking. Loved it!” –Margie, Resource Services Get more staff reading recommendations

Recommended Read

“Children of Blood and Bone” by Tomi Adeyemi “‘Children of the Blood and Bone’ is set in Orisha, a fantasy nation with roots in West African mythology. Adeyemi creates a world where magic has been completely suppressed. The main protagonist, Zeile, is born a maji, but must hide her magical powers. I highly recommend this […]