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BHP Communities Participate in Book Rich Environments Events

Residents at Boulder Housing Partners communities are participating in Book Rich Environment (BRE) events, where they receive bilingual books for children, learn about local resources that support education, nutrition, and healthy living, and enjoy story-times, delicious and nutritious food, dance performances, crafts, and more.

BHP is one of 37 housing authorities across the nation that are taking part in the Book Rich Environments (BRE) initiative, connecting communities with resources that help foster life-long, joyful relationships between readers and books. BRE is a collaboration between the National Book Foundation, U.S. Departments of Education (ED) and Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Urban Libraries Council, and the National Center for Families Learning.

With support from the Boulder Public Library, BHP families will receive 3000 books to strengthen their home libraries. The final BRE event is scheduled for November, 2018. For more information, watch this Boulder Channel 8 story and view photos from the events on Facebook.

Residents at Boulder Housing Partners communities are participating in Book Rich Environment (BRE) events, where they receive bilingual books for children, learn about local resources that support education, nutrition, and healthy living, and enjoy story-times, delicious and nutritious food, dance performances, crafts, and more.

BHP is one of 37 housing authorities across the nation that are taking part in the Book Rich Environments (BRE) initiative, connecting communities with resources that help foster life-long, joyful relationships between readers and books. BRE is a collaboration between the National Book Foundation, U.S. Departments of Education (ED) and Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Urban Libraries Council, and the National Center for Families Learning.

With support from the Boulder Public Library, BHP families will receive 3000 books to strengthen their home libraries. The final BRE event is scheduled for November, 2018. For more information, watch this Boulder Channel 8 story and view photos from the events on Facebook.

Sours: https://boulderhousing.org/news/bhp-communities-participate-book-rich-environments-events

Boulder City Library Events for September

September Library Events Boulder City, Nevada

With the end of summer lots of activities are returning to the Boulder City Library for September, 2018. We’ve got some of the highlights for you below.

September 14 – 5:30pm After Hours Movie: Book Club (PG-13): Ages 13+, Community Room.

September 15 – 1pm Local Author Fair: All Ages, Community Room. Visit some of our local writing talent.

September 23-29 is Banned Books Week. The National Library Association is calling attention to this issue, and the BC Library has a variety of activities to support and educate on this matter:

24th – 10am Banned Crafts: Crafts based on Banned Books: All Ages, Community Room. Make a fun creation based on your favorite Banned Book!

25th – 6pm Banned Book Speed Dating: All Ages, Community Room. Get to know books that have been banned around the world.

26th – 3:30pm Banned Books Sign Making: All Ages, Board Room. Speak out for your freedom to read and make a sign supporting your favorite book!

27th – 6pm Banned Storytime: All Ages, Community Room. Join us for a storytime celebrating books that have been banned!

28th – 5:30pm Banned Movie: A Wrinkle in Time: PG, All Ages, Community Room.

A full listing of all Boulder City Library activities can be found on their web site HERE.

Sours: https://www.bouldercity.com/boulder-city-library-events-for-september/
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M.I.G. Welding Tool Orientation

Learn to weld with BLDG 61’s M.I.G. welder! No prior experience required. Appropriate for ages 14 and older.Students younger than 14 may be accompanied by a parent or guardian IF both registration seats are available. Safety equipment is available for TWO patrons per cl......More

Learn to weld with BLDG 61’s M.I.G. welder! No prior experience required. Appropriate for ages 14 and older.Students younger than 14 may be accompanied by a parent or guardian IF both registration seats are available. Safety equipment is available for TWO patrons per class.This event is for First Time Welders: After a brief video orientation, you will operate cutting and welding machines and produce various basic welds.***IF YOU HAVE COMPLETED THIS CLASS OR ARE AN EXPERIENCED M.I.G. WELDER***, please schedule for "M.I.G. Welding Guided Access". Staff are available to facilitate your project. BLDG 61 provides basic cutting, drilling, grinding, and shaping tools, material cleaning supplies and all required safety equipment. Patrons are encouraged to bring their own safety equipment. CLASS OCCURS OUTSIDE! Classes or work sessions may be cancelled at any time due to weather, at the discretion of BLDG 61 staff. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS:Patrons must wear NON-SYNTHETIC clothing including, shirt, full-length pants, and closed-toed full shoe. Patrons must use safety glasses, hair ties, face shields, leather gloves, auto-dark helmets, full-sleeve jackets. Patrons must be willing to share all provided safety equipment or supply their own. Patrons must be mindful of sparks and flashes produced by grinding or welding. Patrons must be willing to work with mineral spirits, denatured alcohol and/or other solvents if needed to clean stock materials. Patrons must understand and apply all shop etiquette as required to move in and out of the welding area via the wood shop. All safety requirements strictly enforced.CLASS PART 1: (Anytime prior to in-person class): Video: BLDG 61 M.I.G. Welding Tool Orientation CLASS PART 2: (In-person): Complete the registration below and attend at your scheduled date and time. All attendees must fill out our Acknowledgement of Risk and Release Form prior to use of makerspace. Generously sponsored by the Boulder Library Foundation.

BLDG 61 Makerspace, Main Library

Sours: https://www.burbio.com/states/Colorado/Boulder/boulder-public-library
Teen Virtual Summit: Climate Justice Activist and Teen Author Alexandria Villaseñor
  1. October Library Newsletter

    See what's happening this month at the Lafayette Public Library. View the newsletter

  2. FallReading2021

    Try our fun and simple Fall Reading challenge! Do at least eight activities in Beanstack (or pick up a paper log) before the end of November to complete the program and earn a FREE book. Learn more and sign up!

  3. GED Learning Source

    The Learning Source is hosting Fall High School Equivalency and GED Classes at the Lafayette Public Library. In-person and virtual sessions are available. Learn more and register

  4. Basho storytime

    All ages - Celebrate Day of the Dead/Día De Los Muertos at the Lafayette Public Library with a storytime and live performance by Basho & Friends, crafts, and the chance to view community memorial altars on display. Learn more

  5. Bumblebasket COVID-19 Test Lockers

    Pick up a free COVID-19 test kits for home from a secure locker at the Library, designed and stocked by Bumblebasket. Read on...

  6. Teen helps kids in the Library Maker Buddies program

    The Lafayette Public Library is looking for teen volunteers for several upcoming opportunities. There are lots of ways to have fun, earn credit, and help out! Learn more and apply

  7. Teen Games

    Teens in grades 6-12 - drop in with friends (or make new ones) at our weekly Saturday board game and RPG meetup. More Info

  8. Storytimes outside

    Join us outside when the weather is nice (bring a blanket!) or inside in the upstairs Kid Zone, or in the lower-level meeting room - check the sign in the Lobby! (Face coverings are required for youth programs.) View days and times

  9. Join us virtually for Death Cafés, in Zoom every third Thursday at 6pm! Registration required.

    Death Cafés bring adults together for authentic, engaging conversations. Sign up for one or more virtual conversations on Zoom, held on the third Thursday of each month at 6pm (registration required). Read on...

  10. Library spaces

    Free study rooms and fee-based event spaces are open for use! Learn more

  11. Request a grab bag of librarian-selected books!

    Need help finding your next read? Request a mystery bag of librarian-selected books! Read on...

  12. Sister Carmen truck picks up donations at the Lafayette Public Library curbside dropoff

    The Library is a Sister Carmen donation site during open hours. Read on...

  13. Pick up your holds and browse during Grab and Go hours--thanks for remembering your face covering!

    View hours and details for picking up your books and other items at the Lafayette Public Library. Read on...

  14. News and information about the Lafayette Public Library in Colorado

    View Library status, get a card, learn about current services, and more! Read on...

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Sours: https://www.lafayetteco.gov/2570/Library

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All the events happening at Boulder Public Library 2021-2022

Discover all upcoming concerts scheduled in 2021-2022 at Boulder Public Library.

Boulder Public Library hosts concerts for a wide range of genres.

Browse the list of upcoming concerts, and if you can’t find your favourite artist, track them and let Songkick tell you when they are next in your area.

Past concerts See all

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    Lit Nug

    Boulder Public Library, Boulder, CO, US 1000 Canyon Blvd

  • Michael Stanwood live

    Michael Stanwood

    Boulder Public Library, Boulder, CO, US 1000 Canyon Blvd

  • Harry and the Potters live

    Harry and the Potters

    Boulder Public Library, Boulder, CO, US 1000 Canyon Blvd

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Literary Events

Literary Events in Boulder County and the Surrounding Area

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Barbed Wire Books
This large bookstore hosts a variety of literary events, including storytimes, classes, workshops and book discussion groups held in the “Hobbit Hole.” For a full schedule, see www.barbedwirebooks.net. 504 Main St., Longmont. 303-827-3620.
1st & 3rd Wednesdays:Game of Thrones Book Group, 6pm
1st, 3rd & 4th Saturdays: The Longmont Book Club, 10:15am (each Saturday group reads a different book); see www.meetup.com/longmont-bookclub for info

Boulder Book Store
Boulder Book Store, 1107 Pearl St., offers an email newsletter, book clubs, and frequent book signings and readings by local, national and international authors. www.boulderbookstore.com; 303-447-2074.

Boulder Wine Reads
Dec. 4 & Jan. 8: Check online ahead of time for the selected book of the month; then read the book and get together to discuss the book over wine. 4pm at Settembre Cellars Winery & Tasting Room, 1501 Lee Hill Drive, #16. www.settembrecellars.com.

Chautauqua Author Forums
Chautauqua frequently hosts regional and national authors, who share passages from their books, discuss the topic and answer audience questions. 7pm at Chautauqua Community House, 900 Baseline Road. www.chautauqua.com.
Dec. 7:  Robert R. Crifasi, A Land Made from Water
Jan. 25:  Mark Sundeen, The Unsettlers: In Search of the Good Life in Today’s America
Feb. 22:  Erika Krouse, Contenders
March 22:  Mark Stevens, Allison Coil Mysteries
April 19: Leslie Irvine, My Dog Always Eats First: Homeless People & Their Animals

Dogs Enjoy Afternoon Reading (D.E.A.R.)
2nd Saturdays: Children of all ages are invited to read to specially trained dogs from 1-2pm. No preregistration required. At Longmont Public Library, 409 Fourth Ave. www.longmontcolorado.gov/library.

Firehouse Art Center Monthly Poetry Readings
3rd and 4th Fridays: Longmont’s Firehouse Art Center offers two opportunities each month for aspiring and established poets—Writing Workshops on 3rd Fridays at 7pm, and Open Readings (original works only) on 4th Fridays at 7pm. These events are open to all. FAC is at 667 Fourth Ave. in Longmont.www.firehouseart.org.

Innisfree Poetry Bookstore & Cafe
Tuesdays: Open poetry readings from 7-8:30pm weekly are hosted by Troy Suben. Sign up by 6:55pm to read. Innisfree also offers regular poetry readings, live music and other events; check the calendar at www.innisfreepoetry.com. New location: 1301 Pennsylvania Ave.

Longmont Public Library Writers’ Group
Tuesdays: Weekly meetings are for writers at any stage in their writing process and often include an outside speaker or presenter. First and third Tuesdays are open writing and sharing; second and fourth Tuesdays are discussions. Free and open to all. 6-7:30pm at Longmont Public Library, 409 Fourth Ave. www.longmontcolorado.gov/library.

Pages & Paws
1st, 2nd & 3rd Wednesdays: Kids (and even adults) can sign up for 15-minute sessions to practice their reading skills with the library’s therapy dog. Sessions begin at 3:45pm at Boulder Public Library’s Meadows Branch, 4800 Baseline Road. www.boulderlibrary.org.

PUBLIC LIBRARIES
Find the latest must-read, join a book club, or research a topic you’ve always wondered about. Area libraries offer residents the opportunity to explore new worlds, and they have children’s storytimes, reading programs, free entertainment, book discussion groups, teen activities and special events.
Boulder: Main Branch: 1001 Arapahoe Ave.; Meadows Branch Library: 4800 Baseline Road; George Reynolds Branch: 3595 Table Mesa Drive; NoBo Corner Library, 4600 Broadway. 303-441-3100; www.boulderlibrary.org.
Lafayette: 775 W. Baseline Road. 303-665-5200; www.cityoflafayette.com/library.
Longmont: 409 Fourth Ave. 303-651-8470; www.longmontcolorado.gov/library.
Louisville: 951 Spruce St. 303-335-4849; www.louisvilleco.gov/library.
Lyons: Temporary location while the Lyons Depot Library undergoes post-flood repairs: 405 Main St. www.townoflyons.com.
Nederland: 20 Lakeview Drive. 303-258-1101; nederland.colibraries.org.

‘So, You’re a poet’ Reading Series
Mondays: This poetry-reading series takes place at the Laughing Goat Coffeehouse, 1709 Pearl St., Monday evenings from 8-11pm. See the schedule at www.thelaughinggoat.com.

Stories on Stage
Stories on Stage is a nonprofit performing-arts organization that showcases great actors reading great literature by exceptional authors. The performances listed below are at Chautauqua Community House; see www.storiesonstage.org for Denver performances on Dec. 11 and March 12.
Dec. 10: Making Merry, 2pm
March 11: Kevin and the Storytellers, 7:30pm

Truth Be Told: Boulder’s Story Slam
Dec. 18: Bring a five-minute story based on the theme “Flame,” put your name into a hat, and if your name is chosen, you get to tell your story on stage. Stories must be true. Between stories, the hosts perform song medleys and their own stories based on the theme. 7pm (doors open 6:30pm) at Dairy Arts Center, 2590 Walnut St. CheckCheck www.storyslamboulder.com for more events, including some scheduled in Denver.

 

Sours: https://getboulder.com/events/literary-events/

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