Teachers, did you know that librarians can put together sets of books for you to use in your classroom? Tell us about your topic, and we’ll compile a set of up to 30 books based on the grade and reading level of your students.
Essay, Extended Essay, Argumentative Paper, Research Paper, National History Day Project, Book Report....The start of school means new assignments and we are here to help. If you are a student who would like some one-on-one assistance from a librarian to help with research for your project please check out our Student Research Appointments service. You can work online with a librarian or come to the Central Library in person.
The Denver Public Library and the Denver Public Library Commission would like to invite you to celebrate the winners of the Lena L. Archuleta Community Service Award and the Cesar Chavez Latino Leadership Hall of Fame Award on Saturday, September 12, 2015, 10 a.m.-noon at the Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales Branch Library.
This event will kick off the National Hispanic Heritage Month.
The Lena L. Archuleta Community Service Award
2015 Awardee Jamie Torres
In celebration of bringing jazz to Denver for 30 years, KUVO has teamed up with the Blair-Caldwell Library to create an exhibit sure to take jazz lovers down a musical memory lane! Since its very first record dropped on August 29, 1985, KUVO 89.3 Jazz FM has proudly been offering a mix of jazz, Latino and blues. Located in a studio in Denver’s historic Five Points neighborhood, KUVO has established a go-to hub for musicians from around the world.
The Denver Public Library is committed to providing equal access for all people who wish to use the library and its collection. In order to provide this service there are various adaptive technologies available at the Central Library and many of our branches to assist customers who might need different modes of access to print and electronic resources. For additional information please contact any of the listed libraries.