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Recommended Read

“Radicalized” By Cory Doctorow “This collection of short stories set in the not-so-distant future touches on capitalism, oppression, racism, and immigration–issues that we’re dealing with today. Thought-provoking, with laughter and a bit of ire.”- Katherine R., Materials Handling Get more staff reading recommendations

No More Late Fees

Don’t spend your lunch money paying late fees! A year ago Boulder Public Library decided to do away with late fees. Items still have a due date, and you are encouraged to return them on time but items not on hold for someone else will automatically renew up to three times. After one month from […]

Cinema Programs Survey

We want your feedback! Please take our two-minute survey to help us decide which films we will screen in the future. Our Cinema Program at the Public Library Canyon Theater provides free film screenings and events, funded by the Boulder Library Foundation.

Gale Online Courses

Learn something new in 2020! Gale Online Courses are FREE with your library card and feature over 375 different online courses taught by professionals.

Recommended Read

“Belonging: A German Reckons with History and Home” By Nora Krug “A fascinating account of a German woman’s adventure into her family history to better understand her roots, her family’s involvement in WWII, and what it’s like to cope with what your ancestors may or may have not done with their lives. I love how […]

Calling all teen volunteers! Become a Big Pal

Feb. – April 2020 We need teens in grades 9-12 to help lead kid-friendly science experiments! To apply scroll down to “STEAM Pals” on our volunteer site. Big Pal Opportunities: Meadows STEAM Pals – Wednesdays at 4:15 – 5:45 p.m. Reynolds Reading Pals – Tuesdays and/or Saturdays at 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. Reynolds STEAM Pals […]

Top 10 Checkouts of 2019

1. Normal People by Sally Rooney 2. Wolf Pack by C.J. Box 3. City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert 4. A Better Man by Louise Penny 5. The River by Peter Heller 6. Women Rowing North: Navigating Life’s Currents and Flourishing as We Age by Mary Pipher 7. The Testaments by Margaret Atwood 8. The […]

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.

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 […]

Newsletters

We offer several newsletters that you can subscribe to. Library Newsletter (bi-weekly) BLDG 61 Makerspace (bi-monthly) Concert Series Updates (bi-monthly) Office of Arts + Culture Newsletter Check out past Library Newsletters. Past issues of the Library Newsletter 2020 Jan 14 2020 Jan 6 2019 Dec 19 2019 Dec 4 2019 Nov. 20 2019 Nov. 6 […]

Posted on September 3, 2019
Categories: News