A place to Read, Explore And Discover!
1000 Englewood Parkway
1st Floor, Englewood Civic Center
Englewood, CO 80110
|Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday: 10:00am-8:30pm
Friday and Saturday: 10:00am-5:00pm
Days We Are Closed
Library News and Events
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The Library is pleased to announce the addition of a new eBook and eAudiobook service called Axis360. Enjoy even more eContent through this new service, with easy access and easy to use apps. Experience Axis360 now!
Career Online High School (COHS)
Get your high school diploma through the Englewood Public Library. COHS is an online high school diploma and career certification program funded by The Englewood Public Library, in partnership with the Colorado State Library and Gale, part of Cengage Learning. Residents of Colorado who have completed eighth grade and are 19 years old or older are eligible to apply. Learn more here!
Your Next Read
Let us help you find your next read! Fill out our quick form with your reading interests and a staff member will get back to you in about a week.
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Thank you for your interest in donating books to the Englewood Public Library! Unfortunately, because we have limited space and staff time, we can no longer accept donations throughout the year. Please see our Donation Guidelines for upcoming Donation Days and more information on donating to the library.
Programs for Adults and Teens
French Conversation Circle: Bonjour! Looking for a chance to brush up on your French We’ll gather once a month to practice our French language skills in a supportive, immersive environment. All skill levels are welcome. First Wednesday of every month at 1pm. Altenbach Room. July's meeting is cancelled. We will resume in August
Writers Group: The first and third Wednesdays of the month we'll meet to discuss the craft of writing and practice with prompts and exercises. All experience levels are welcome. First and Third Wednesdays at 6:30pm. Altenbach Room. Due to scheduling conflicts and library closures, we will be meeting on July 11 and 25 this month, same time and room.
Artist's Reception: The Englewood Public Library is excited to host a bi-monthly rotating art exhibit that highlights the work of local and regional artists. Come to the artist's reception for a chance to talk with local artist Greg Sommers, and sample food provided by Aki—Japanese Cuisine Restaurant. All exhibits are free to the public and rotate every other month. All ages welcome. Thursday, July 5 at 6:30pm.
Alternative Medicine Series: Essential Oils—Serene Lindhorn will discuss the versatility of essential oils, from physical & mental well being to cleaning your kitchen. Registration required. Saturday, July 7 at 10:30am, Anderson Room
Internet Grab Bag: Choosing from a wide range of topics, class participants will decide on no more than three topics and the instructor will cover basic information and answer questions. Available subjects include: eMail, eMedia, basic internet searching, Facebook, the Library's website resources, or password management. Registration required. Saturday, July 7 at 10:30am. Tech Lab
Author Talk: Christian Picciolini: Christian Picciolini is an American musician and author who is the co-founder of a nonprofit peace advocacy organization called Life After Hate. His new book, titled White American Youth: My Descent into America's Most Violent Hate Movement--and How I Got Out written in 2017 details his time as a leader of the American white power movement. Join us for this rare opportunity for an intimate discussion about the young men in America trying to find a place to belong and how filling this need can go terribly wrong. Registration required. Sunday, July 8 at 2:30pm. Anderson Room
Sundown Book Club: New members are always welcome. Please ask library staff for this month's title and how to acquire a copy. Second Thursday of the month at 6:30pm. Perrin Room.
English Conversation Circle: Would you like to practice and improve your English speaking skills? Would you like to meet other new English speakers and learn from each other? Englewood Public Library invites you to attend the English Conversation Circle to practice speaking English. This event is meant for adults who are beginning or intermediate English language learners. Second Saturday of the month at 10:30am in the Altenbach Room.
Spanish Conversation Circle: Spanish Conversation Circle is a casual approach to learning Spanish for everyone from beginners to fluent speakers! For adults & teens. Tuesday, July 17 at 7pm. Altenbach Room.
Malley Book Club: New members always welcome. Please ask library staff for this month's title and how to acquire a copy. Third Thursday of the month at 10:30am. Malley Center.
Conversations over Coffee: We have donuts & coffee! If you’re currently experiencing homelessness or you’re interested in discussing social issues affecting our community, please join us for a warm beverage and a donut. Let's share stories and get to know each other. Open to everyone regardless of housing situation. For adults and teens. Fourth Wednesday of the month at 10:30am. Altenbach Room.
Book Buzz Book Club: New members are always welcome. Please ask library staff for this month's title and how to acquire a copy. Fourth Wednesday of the month at 12:30pm. Perrin Room.
Sit-N-Knit: Whether you’re an expert or have never learned to cast on, this group could be just what you’re looking for! Join us for a relaxing evening to build your skills, share your knowledge, and make new friends. Last Wednesday of the month at 6:30pm. Perrin Room.
Stitchery @ The Library, Take Two: Jazz up a Jacket or Beautify a Bag, Hand sew a design onto a jacket or bag. See examples at www.jaquito.com. Bring a canvas tote bag or denim, twill, or corduroy jacket and a t-shirt with a design that you are willing to cut out (bring the whole shirt). The instructor will have some jackets and t-shirts available. Saturday, July 28 at 1pm, Community Room, 2nd Floor
Open Tech Lab:
- Saturdays: 10:30am-12:30pm
- Thursdays: 4:30-6:30pm
- Fridays & Sundays: 2:30-4:30pm
Programs for Children
No registration required for most programs; see below for more information.
Babysteps: Storytime for children birth to 18 months old & caregiver. Every Wednesday at 10:30am and 2:30pm
Teetertots: Storytime for children 18 months to 3 years old & caregiver. Every Monday and Tuesday at 10:30am
Preschool: Storytime for children 3 to 5 years old. Every Thursday and Friday at 10:30am.
Open Play: The storytime room will be open with a variety of toys that will spark the imagination. All ages welcome. Check the calendar for specific dates/times.
Lego Programs: School-aged children, come in and create! Parents welcome too. Check the calendar for specific dates/times.
Summer Reading Programs: Summer Reading begins May 23rd! We have programs every day throughout the summer. See our Summer Reading page for more details.
Dorothy Hargrove is the Director of Parks, Recreation and Library.
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