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Recommended Read – Muzzled by Eileen Brady

Muzzled by Eileen Brady “An engaging series about Dr. Kate Turner, a veterinarian who makes house calls and solves murder mysteries in upstate New York. True to the cozy mystery genre, expect humorous animal stories reminiscent of James Herriot mixed with a gruesome murder or two. There are several more books in the series, so curl up […]

Maker Made 2019: Participation Details

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 […]

Library Notification Tips for Gmail Users

Not receiving email notifications from the library about your library account? Check out our updated FAQ for help. Another option is to sign up for our text notifications.

Joyful Noises & Musical Adventures

From Young Voices to Holiday Handbells Boulder Children’s Chorale Sunday, Dec 9 at 2 & 4 p.m., Canyon Theater, Main Library Holiday music from “Let Your Heart Be Light.” Midday Music Meditation Wednesday, Dec. 12 at Noon, Canyon Theater, Main Library Take a pause in your day to immerse yourself in an improvised soundscape. Timberline Handbell […]

Main Library Art Exhibits and Meet the Artists

Healing Expressions: Bridge House Art Therapy Through Feb. 4, Arapahoe Ramp This diverse exhibit showcases artwork created by participants in Bridge House’s art therapy programs, one of which meets at the Library. Through art therapy, these artists have found beautiful and meaningful ways to express themselves and their life journeys.   Art of Data Dec. […]

New Website! Carnegie Library for Local History

A whole new visual experience of Boulder’s past. The new website features a wide variety of high-quality photos and maps, that you can zoom in on to see stunning details, as well as a collection of oral history interviews on video and streaming audio. Check out staff favorite photos, new acquisitions, and help us identify […]

Art Exhibits at the Main Library

Healing Expressions: Bridge House Art Therapy Nov. 30 – Feb. 4, Main Library, Arapahoe Ramp This diverse exhibit showcases artwork created by participants in Bridge House’s art therapy programs, one of which meets at the Library. Through art therapy, these artists have found beautiful and meaningful ways to express themselves and their life journeys. Art […]

City of Boulder Winter Holiday Events

LED lights galore, Santa, music, movies, Charles Dickens, Lights of December parade, walking tours and more. Special holiday events for all in beautiful downtown Boulder, including the Canyon Theater at the Main Library: Saturday, Dec. 1: Holiday Harps with the Studio of Margot Krimmel, 11 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 2: Doris’ Sunday Matinee Cinema Social screens A Christmas Story at […]

Art of Data Vision

The vision behind the Art of Data exhibition was to encourage community members to use the City of Boulder’s data in creations of beautiful, tangible, and innovative data-driven art in order to: Increase transparency and accountability in local government Facilitate civic engagement Create an open dialogue about important issues in our community Tell better data […]

Comfort Soup: Creating Safe Spaces Together

Sunday, Dec. 2, 12:30 p.m. at the Main Library Everyone has ideas on what creates a feeling of welcome and safety. Let’s talk together on how to create safe spaces in our city. We’ll combine ideas, along with ingredients, to share a communal soup meal. Comfort Soup Event Information