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.
Selected by the Wheat Ridge Cultural Commission to promote literacy and a common experience among Wheat Ridge residents, Halfway to Heaven represents the work of a Colorado author with a story of accomplishment and humanity in Colorado’s famed back country. .
As part of the program, Obmascik will appear at several Wheat Ridge Reads events in September, including talks at the Wheat Ridge Recreation Center at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10 and 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, and at the Wheat Ridge Library at 9 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 19 as part of its monthly book discussion group.
Reserve your copy of Halfway to Heaven today!
Wheat Ridge Reads is sponsored by the Wheat Ridge Cultural Commission, Jefferson County Public Library and the Wheat Ridge Library.
Butterflies are beautiful, delicate and very, very HUNGRY little beasties! You should do your very best to cater them a lovely meal -- somewhere nice... like the alley behind your house! Or maybe that yucky patch of dirt on the corner of Somewhere and There. Or maybe over yonder in that big empty field behind Great Wall of Ugly -- just toss a SeeD Bomb full of LoVe and watch the MAGIC happen!*
Join us at Arvada Library today to let your Inner Gardening Guerilla out -- Make SEED BOMBS and spread the BEAUTY!
Tuesday, May 28th @ 4:30pm.
*MAGIC not instantaneous. They're seeds. They take time. But you know what I mean... EVENTUALLY it will be MAGICAL. Or at least pretty.
This memoir takes readers on a sometimes sad, often jubilant jaunt through her young years in a long-gone rural Iowa. Poverty, the death of her young father, and stints in an orphanage, a foster home and a convent all propel her to an adulthood where she finds peace—with herself and God.
Kids from Kindergarten through 5th grade got together again for another round of LEGO at the Library! Check out some of the stuff they built and join us at Arvada Library for more Lego programs this summer!
Wednesday, June 26 at 4 and 5 p.m.
Wednesday, July 31 at 4 and 5 p.m.
Wednesday, August 28 at 4 and 5 p.m.
Tickets will be available at the Arvada Children's desk on the day of the event. Participants may attend one Lego program per day. Space is limited, so arrive early!
The W Line, which will run through parts of Jeffco, will begin regular service on April 26. If you haven't used Light Rail before, now's the time to learn about it! Student discounts are available.
The Library's going to help RTD celebrate the new line on Saturday, April 27. There will be events at all of the new stops and you can ride all of Light Rail for free all day! Visit your librarians at the Lakewood-Wadsworth station from 10 to 4.
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