On Saturday May 17, Byers Branch Library collaborated with 411 BIKE PIT! to present the MOVE FREELY BICYCLE EVENT. People of all ages and varying biking experience gathered on the lawn to learn about basic bicycle maintenance. 411 BIKE PIT! provided a zine titled "Move Freely" which served as a handy guide to the workshop.
Graduation season is upon us. Regardless whether it’s kindergarten, high school, or college, graduations mark unique accomplishments and should be well celebrated. Often they also indicate impending life transitions that can be swelling with both peril and promise.
You may or may not have noticed, but June 5th is Reset the Net day. It's been a year since Edward Snowden leaked documents detailing how broad and far-reaching the National Security Agency surveillance of American's telephone and internet activity is.
Friday, June 6th is National Donut Day. Established by the Salvation Army in 1938, National Donut Day honors the men and women who served donuts to soldiers on the front lines of World War I. Check out the Salvation Army’s short film about it here.
Check out this beautiful video piece, the latest in the Dewey Diaries video series by Case Drury. In it, local musician and native of the Dominican Republic Aneudy Arias speaks with us about music, drumming, and his favorite call number, 786.9. Don't forget to look for his band, Mono Verde!
Fizz, Boom, Read! Since our Summer of Reading program this year is all about science, we decided to turn the library into a laboratory today! We became mad scientists here at Montbello, and cooked up some super-easy, super-fun creations that you can make in your own kitchen. We made glitter playdough and slimy gak to play with, with ingredients that you probably already have at home. The best part? Making these recipes with your children gives you the perfect opportunity to introduce basic science concepts in a fun, engaging way. Ready? Here we go:
On May 19. 2014 the world said goodbye to Dr. Vincent Gordon Harding, former Professor Emeritus of Religion and Social Transformation at Iliff School of Theology, in Denver Colorado.
Dr. Vincent Gordon Harding, civil rights activist, historian, theologian, and colleague of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. provided us all with a more definitive approach, towards understanding the ongoing struggle of civil rights and social responsibility.
Join us on Wednesday, June 25th and learn how to find possible funders for your 501(c)3 organization. There will be a demonstration of both the Foundation Directory Online and the Colorado Grants Guide, followed by hands-on research.