The backhoe’s bucket was decked out with a display of books and kids got to climb in and out of the seat where the operator sits! Open Space employees presented information about the kinds of things backhoes are used for and answered questions.
Eight very talented kids wowed the crowd at the 1st Annual Columbine Library Talent Show on Monday the 24th. The audience was treated to a variety of talents including a martial arts demonstration, choreographed dance routines, guitar-playing and some fantastic singing. We hope to make this an annual event, so start practicing your act for next year, now!
To catch the next fun event at your library, check out our Event Calendar today.
We will be showing the proper and safe way to handle different reptiles and almost all of them are able to be touched by those curious enough. As a rescue, Canyon Critters will also discuss responsible pet ownership and mistakes people make when choosing pets.
Please note that some shows require tickets. Tickets are available beginning a week before the show date and can be obtained online in our Events Calendar, by phone at 303-235-5275, or in-person.
Well, thanks again for a great bunch that showed up for the Lego Club. This time I challenged them to creat a rocket ship to Mars (which might happen in 2018) OR create an underwater living area to help you survive. Our next meeting is July 18th at 3pm. That theme will be fantasy/mythological creatures. Put your thinking caps on, look up and read about some mythology, and come filled with ideas. Here are some photos from today.
Magician Connie Elstun and her hilarious costumed rabbits invade your library to take their annual summer vacation. They need your help as they search for good books on rabbits you may already know. Come on a magical summer journey and help the bunnies find a lost treasure chest.
Check our Events Calendar to see when Connie and her adorable rabbits are coming to your library. Tickets are required for some shows, so make sure to register online, or call for details 303-235-5275.
Conifer's first ever LEGO club was held today with astonishing success. I'd like to thank everyone who participated, the parents that gave their time to bring and work with the kids, and the donations of LEGOs, Megablocks, and Duplos to encourage their creativity and imagination. Stop by the library and see these creations in the Conifer Library display case.
Did you know that you can get free tickets for your family to visit a variety of fun locations around town? You can, just by having a library card! Use Culture Passes to reserve tickets to all kinds of fun places including: