AARP is offering free tax counseling and preparation services at several of our library locations - paying special attention to those 60 and over.
Hooray! I feel like I've been waiting forever for this. We're going to be making marshmallow catapults at the Columbine Library!
Monday, March 11, 4pm
No need to sign up--just come by. Open to all teens ages 11-18.
Teen Night: Movie and Zombie Felties
Friday, March 8
We'll be making zombie felties and watching a related movie. The movie is a remake of a 1984 short film of the same name (which traumatized me when I saw it as a kid), about a boy and his dog, Sparky. The new version was an Academy Award nominee for Best Animated Feature. Can you guess the title?
How much do you love reading? Do you love it enough to spread the joy to others?
Check out World Book Night. It's a non-profit, one night event that happens all across the country. Givers, who volunteer to participate, pick up a box of 20 copies of their chosen book and give them away to people who are not regular readers. That might be people at a bus stop, people at a football game, wherever you can think of!
Sound amazing? It totally is, I did it last year and gave away 20 copies of Ender's Game on the 16th Street Mall in Denver.
Many Jeffco Libraries will be pickup locations, complete with a party for givers!
YOU can apply to be a giver! Check out the details and apply now.
"Even if you get nothing else accomplished today, you have done something wonderful for your baby by being here!"
This is how I often start Baby Time. It's 20 minutes of early literacy skills cleverly disguised as play for the 0-2 year-old crowd. Songs, rhymes, stories, scarves and bells are just part of the fun. We also learn how to share, put our toys away and communicate. Parents and caregivers not only bond with their children but get to share experiences and talk to other grown-ups!
Baby Time is my favorite time of day. Visit your Jeffco library for Baby Time and make it your favorite time as well! We hope to see you soon!
Kevin Kirby from the Golden Fire Department visited the Golden Library last Thursday. Kevin showed off a fire truck and some of his gear. He even read a story.
Don't miss what's happening at your library. Check out our Events Calendar.
On July 9th and July 18th, Arvada kids had a snortin' good time with Mudslinger and Digger at the Top Hogs show.
Called "the einsteins of porcine," Mudslinger and Digger wowed the crowd with a variety of tricks. The pigs played sports, made music, rode a skateboard and even put their toys away when they were finished playing with them!
Did you see Mudslinger and Digger at the Top Hogs show this summer? Tell us all about it!