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What's happening?

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Connie, Lakewood Library

As you might imagine, we at JCPL love National Library Week!  It gives us another opportunity to let you know how great the library is and to pass on some new ideas for reading and sharing information.

National Library Week is sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries around the country each April.

Spending quality time with our kids is so important.  But, in our fast-paced lives, finding time together can be hard to accomplish.  Time is short, budgets are tight and planning even a small outing can be a challenge.

Luckily there are things to do, adventures to begin and amazing things to learn - right at the library!  There are lots of ideas on the @ Your Library web site on how to make the library a familiar friend for the whole family!
 
See you @ the library!

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Jill, Wheat Ridge Library

Does your toddler like to sing and dance? Do you?

Toddler Dance Party

Saturday, April 6 10 to 10:45 a.m.

Wheat Ridge Library

Come and join our dance party for exercise, learning, and most of all, fun through music!

This is geared toward 2-4 year olds, but all ages are welcome. This party will take place at the Wheat Ridge Library before the library opens for regular business, so please come to the staff entrance located to the west and back from the main door

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Caroline, Columbine Library

William Joyce’s The Guardians of Childhood series delivers great fantasy and adventure to 3rd and 4th grade readers. Grab one while they are still on the shelf, because…… on Nov. 21, 2012, DreamWorks is releasing Rise of the Guardians, based on the books.

This 3D, computer- animated film will be great to see during the holidays, especially if you’ve read the books first.  Request one of the books now to read before you see the movie. 

Are you going to see the movie on the 21st?  If so, please let us know how you liked it!

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Sarah, Arvada Library

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!

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