Do you find yourself constantly asking people what they are reading? Do you love talking to people about books, poems, and essays? We'll chat about what we are reading and maybe even read aloud for a bit. Just sit and listen -- or share!
Starting June 11th, Join us every Thursday from 2:00PM to 3:30PM for an 8-part Graphic Novel Writing Workshop. We'll explore the art of combining words and pictures to create a narrative. Participants will have the opportunity to have their final work collected in a printed graphic novel anthology and receive free copies. This program is open to students in grades 6 to 12.
Historian Tracy Beach will present on the amazing life of Madame Laura Evens and the history of prostitution in Colorado. And, as a special bonus, Beach will have on display her collection of vintage prostitute clothing dating from 1890-1949, including shoes, fur coats, hats and other artifacts.
A short article discussion group, perfect for our busy lives and short attention spans. This session: “The Spy Who Fired Me” by Esther Kaplan, Harper’s Magazine, March 2015. Get your copy on hold today, or read it on Zinio!
What is it? Join this reading group for kids who are going into grades 3 - 5 that meets to discuss super cool books! Registration is required. You may stop by the reference desk or call (720) 865-0955 beginning on June 1 to reserve your space!
Pick up your first book at the reference desk (hopefully on the day you register). You may take home one book at a time. If you take a book, we’ll plan to see you at the discussion. Limited to 12 kids per session so don’t delay!
For information on the books we’re reading, please pick up a flier at our branch.