Library Programs & Events

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**Programs requiring registration will be indicated below. Please call 303-762-2560 or email to register, unless otherwise indicated.

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: We have a ton going on this summer again! Check out our Summer Reading page for all your Summer Reading information!

Programs for Teens

Summer Reading programs and events: Check out our Summer Reading page for all things summer reading, including a plethora of programs and events for teens!

Programs for Adults

Summer Reading is for everyone, including adults! Check out our Summer Reading page for more information.

Google Calendars: An Introduction:  Learn how to build a personalized online calendar for effective time management, sharing event information, invites, notifications and more. Registration required. Location: Tech Lab. Saturday, June 1 at 10:30am.

Drive Smart:  Designed for parents and teens. This class covers graduated drivers licensing, adding a teen to your insurance policy, driving risks and tips for safe driving. For adults and teens. Registration required. Tuesday, June 4 at 6:30pm.

Traveling on the Cheap (Living on the Cheap Series):  Got a case of cabin fever? Longing for an escape? Now’s the time to plan that perfect getaway without spending a bundle. The Mile High Cheapskates show you how to take a vacation “on the cheap.” In this fast-moving and interactive workshop, you’ll learn how to find the best deals on airline tickets, lodging, cruises, attractions, vacation packages and more. Take home a suitcase-full of practical tips on using travel websites, packing, surviving a long flight, renting a car, locating the cheapest gas and eating healthy on the road. Find out how to get the same deals locals do, no matter the destination. DOOR PRIZES! Tuesday, June 4 at 6:30pm.

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 from 1-2pm. Altenbach Room.

Writers Group: Twice a month the Once Written, Twice Revised writer's group meets to discuss the craft of  writing and practice with prompts and exercises.  All experience levels are welcome.  See for more information about the group, or call 303-762-2555 for more general information. First and Third Wednesdays from 6:30-8:30pm.  Altenbach Room.

Memory Cafe: For people experiencing memory loss and their caregivers. Each café has an activity to facilitate the goal of social connection without worry. For Adults. No registration Required. Monday, June 10 at 2pm. Location:  Anderson Room.

eMedia: Doing the Download:  Learn how to access the libraries free electronic databases including ebooks, eaudiobooks, emagazines and streaming music and movies. For adults and teens. No registration required. Monday, June 10 at 6:30pm. Location: Tech Lab.

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 from 6:30-7:30pm. Perrin Room.

Life, the Universe, & Everything: The library, in conjunction with The Masonic Philosophical Society, invites you to join us as we explore a new topic every month with a goal towards self-awareness. For adults. No registration required. Tuesday, June 18 at 6:30pm. Location:  Perrin Room. This month's topic: Is Esotericism good for the world, and if so, why? 

Google Drive: The Essentials: Learn how to create documents, save files online and collaborate with others on Google Drive. Gmail address required. For adults and teens. Registration required. Wednesday, June 19 at 6:30pm. Location: Tech Lab.

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 from 10:30-11:30am. 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 from 10:30-11:30am. 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 from 12:30-1:30pm. Perrin Room.

Sit-N-Knit: Whether you’re an expert or you've 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.  For adults and teens. Last Wednesday of the month from 6:30-8:30pm. Perrin Room.

Artist's Reception: Featuring the artwork of Dick Gallagher. No registration required. Thursday, June 27 at 6:30pm. Location: Reading Circle.


Open Tech Lab: 

  • Saturdays: 2:30pm-4:30pm
  • Thursdays: 4:30-6:30pm
  • Fridays & Sundays: 2:30-4:30pm