Learn something new in 2020! Gale Online Courses are FREE with your library card and feature over 375 different online courses taught by professionals.
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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 […]
We are thrilled to present Maker Made 2020, a gallery show celebrating the diverse and inspiring work produced by the makers in our community. The Maker Movement represents the collective energy and ambition of a community of inventors, designers, engineers, artists, craftspeople, and tinkerers. Its ethos is a mixture of DIYer self-reliance informed by open-source […]
Interested in being a part of Maker Made? Full participation details can be found on this page. Submission Requirements The artwork on display will meet the following criteria: Work should have an obvious connection with the maker movement and maker media – this is not a traditional painting and sculpture show. While not limited to […]
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.
Boulder Public Library offers Gale Online Courses, a wide range of interactive, instructor-led courses that you take entirely online. As a library cardholder, you are entitled to these courses at no cost. Courses run for six weeks and new sessions begin every month. There are more than 300 courses to choose from. Courses range from […]
Notary service has been discontinued. For a list of local notaries, visit 123Notary.com.
The Homebound Delivery service is a volunteer-based program that serves patrons in the City of Boulder who are unable to get to the library. The library offers this service free of charge and is based on the volunteer availability. Homebound Delivery FAQ and Information on How to Apply Who is eligible? The Homebound […]
Reserving a Computer With a valid library card, you may use a public computer at the Main Library, the Meadows Branch, NoBo Corner Library, and George Reynolds Branch. Wireless Internet (WiFi) All locations offer free wireless internet (WiFi) in public areas during operating hours. Printing You can print from reserved library computers. Wireless Printing is available […]