Aspiring detectives are invited to join us Friday, October 16th after the library closes to the public for a teens only event from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. We will partake in a Wonderland tea-party style dinner and then you will be challenged to solve the mystery of Alice's murder. Interview the suspects. Search the library for clues. Solve the mystery! Come dressed as your favorite literary character and win fabulous prizes! Registration is required. This is an after-hours event.
Join staff at the Broadway Library for our 2nd annual open house filled with winter cheer! There will be crafts, food catered by Monica Kadillac, a reading of their new children’s book by local authors Angela M Scheideler and Lisa M Scheideler, storytimes upon request and much more!
Wear your best costume, scary or sweet, and stroll down our ghoulish Trick or Treat Street! Explore the entire Central Library for trick-or-treating, storytelling under the derrick in Western History/Genealogy, maker madness in the ideaLab and games and crafts in the Children’s Library. We’ll also be showing Hocus Pocus outside on Acoma Plaza (near the west entrance) at dusk as part of our Fresh City Life Pop Up Film on the Side series. For families with preschoolers - 5th graders.
If you are fan of this memorable 80s film, you know why this date (October 21, 2015) is important. Come play some trivia, eat snacks and win prizes and feel free to dress up as your favorite character.
Join us for an afternoon filled with Star Wars fun! In honor of Star Wars Reads Week, we're hosting a party with crafts, games, and other fun activities for all ages. Free and open to the public. No registration required and costumes encouraged!
The Force is strong at the Library! Star Wars Reads Week, a celebration of all things Star Wars and the joy of reading, has returned. Each location will host different activities, so you may want to attend more than one. Family friendly activities may include crafts, games, costume contests, trivia, snacks and fun worthy of a galaxy far, far away. Costumes encouraged!
Meet with neighborhood gardeners to swap stuff, ideas and tips. Join us for a discussion on putting the garden to bed for winter and celebrating (and mourning) the bounties (and losses) of the gardening season.
Teens ages 13 and older are invited to join the Park Hill TAB. Help plan library events and projects at the Park Hill Library; talk about your favorite books, music, and movies; and make your opinion count! SNACKS! Check at the reference desk for more details.