Magician Connie Elstun and her hilarious costumed rabbits invade your library to take their annual summer vacation. They need your help as they search for good books on rabbits you may already know. Come on a magical summer journey and help the bunnies find a lost treasure chest.
Check our Events Calendar to see when Connie and her adorable rabbits are coming to your library. Tickets are required for some shows, so make sure to register online, or call for details 303-235-5275.
Conifer's first ever LEGO club was held today with astonishing success. I'd like to thank everyone who participated, the parents that gave their time to bring and work with the kids, and the donations of LEGOs, Megablocks, and Duplos to encourage their creativity and imagination. Stop by the library and see these creations in the Conifer Library display case.
Did you know that you can get free tickets for your family to visit a variety of fun locations around town? You can, just by having a library card! Use Culture Passes to reserve tickets to all kinds of fun places including:
Summer Reading Club officially begins today! Get your daubers out and starting marking off those bingo squares - getting your first bingo will get you a free book and the chance to win a Kindle! Keep going to get additional coupons. And, don't forget to come see the plethora of fun events we've got going all summer long for Kids and Teens.
You can pick up a copy of the book at the library, read it, then come and let us know if you liked it or not and if you would recommend it to other kids. Hang out and enjoy the activities, games and fun!
The group is “drop-in” which means, just come on in and join us.
There are lots of book discussion groups at the library for kids and adults. See the book schedule for all the upcoming books and discussion groups at the JCPL libraries!
Conifer Public Library's summer LEGO club starts June 6th at 3:00pm. These interlocking blocks have captivated kids for decades. They are fun, imaginative toys that provide hours of amusement.
Did you know that building with LEGOS helps with child development? LEGO club encourages literacy through play. Using imagination and creativity in play can lead to better reading skills. The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) takes play very seriously. Constructive play teaches children about their world, which creates understanding and concepts recognizable in books. Play is one of the 5 practices of the Every Child Ready to Read program, and building with blocks stimulates creativity and storytelling. Ask a child what they built and I'm sure you will hear some sound reasoning on the who, what, where, when and why of how it came to be. I'm very excited to see the creations from these sessions, and all of the kids I've talked to are brimming with energy to come to the library to play.
And for the first time at the Spring Sale, the Friends Preview Night will take place from 6-8:30 p.m. Thursday, May 30 and is open to Friends members only. Join today or join at the door.
You'll be swimming in more than 100,000 books, CDs, DVDs, videos, audiobooks with prices ranging from 50 cents to $2.50 on most items. Sunday is Bag Day where for just $6 you can stuff as many items as you can fit in a grocery size bag
These special storytimes are being held in conjunction with One Book 4 Colorado, a statewide initiative to support early literacy by distributing a new book to every four-year-old child in Colorado. Shannon’s book, Duck on a Bike, was selected for distribution in 2013 through a state-wide voting process earlier in the year!
Registration is required for the Columbine Library storytime event and participants will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Register online at jeffcolibrary.org/events, by phone at 303-235-5275, or in-person at the Columbine Library. No registration is required for the Arvada Library event.