Summer Reading starts June 3rd!!
The 'Dig into Reading' Summer Reading Program will run from
June 3rd until July 24th.
Registration starts on Monday, June 3rd.
Prizes will be awarded for pages read and the End-of-Program
Blow Out Party will be on July 25th.
Here's the StoryTime schedule for summer,
held from 10 to 10:30 a.m.:
Ebook help is available Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Bailey will be available to offer guidance using such devices
as the Kindle, Nook, Kobo, iPad, iPod, and the like for borrowing books
and magazines through the library.
No appointment necessary, and bring your device. You will need a library card to be able to borrow. Kindle users need to bring their amazon account password.
Basic computer consulting is available by appointment only. Elliot can walk you through using that email account your children set
up for you, how to find the family pictures on Facebook, how to read
your grandchildren’s blog, or how to type a letter in Word. Whatever
(almost). Give us a call at 719 539-4826. Elliot will be in touch to make a plan.
Never Have an Overdue Book Again!
Stop in at the front desk and give us your email address. The system automatically generates a notice when your items are due in a few days. Then, you can access your account online with your library card # and renew your items. Click on the Marmot on the right side of this page to access your account.
Click here to access
Digital Magazine Collection
You will need to create an account to access Zinio.
The Arts at the Library Challenge Show is on display now until June 30th
by Virginia Castro
The books we need are the kind that act upon us like a misfortune,
that make us suffer like the death of someone we love more than ourselves,
that make us feel as though we were on the verge of suicide, or lost in a forest remote from all human habitation
-- a book should serve as the ax for the frozen sea within us.
What is the best book you ever read? Cast your ballot at the desk.
Link here to list
Here's a refresher list, minus Ayn Rand:
100 Greatest Writers