The staff at the Ross Broadway Branch Library are fortunate to be able to visit the La Familia Recreation Center every 3 weeks. Working with the My Denver Card Staff, we merge My Denver Cards with Library cards, bring books for children and adults to check out and just get to know people in the community.
Libraries have always been about more than physical spaces. We are about connecting our community to resources, services, knowledge, and entertainment to serve both individuals and communities at large.
Are libraries still relevant? We emphatically say -- YES! We have taken steps to ensure that this remains true by joining forces with other libraries, developers, and vendors to transform our catalog data into a format that’s searchable on the Web based on this belief:
Here's a puzzle to work on. What do these seemingly random people, places, and things have in common? What's one thing that ties all of these together?
The Mission : Impossible films are based on a TV series of the same name and star Tom Cruise as agent Ethan Hunt. Production companies have included Paramount Pictures, Skydance Productions, TC Productions, and Bad Robot Productions.
After the recent ruling from a federal appeals court denying the Obama administration's request to lift the hold on DAPA and expanded DACA, many in the community will be wondering what, if anything, they can be doing to prepare to apply for these programs. (Peo
While Summer of Reading kicks off here at Denver Public Library, the ideaLAB and the Community Technology Center are gearing up for our Summer of Tech - and there's so much you can do! Here's the run down of the next couple months:
Are you 9-12 years old? Close enough? Do you like to read a great book and have great discussions about it with your friends? Well now you all can when you read this summer's Youth One Book, One Denver title selection together. The winner, as voted on by kids like you from around the city, is The Comet's Curse by Dom Testa.
Left Grasp Bird's Tail is the name of the 2nd move out of the 108 moves in the Taoist Tai Chi set. On May 16, customers at Byers Branch Library got a feel for Left Grasp Bird's Tail among other basic tai chi stretches with instructor Dr. Bob Tank during the recent Connecting Vecinos program. In just a few moves we started to feel calmer and stronger, even though it was challenging to keep our shoulders relaxed!