Arvada

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Tana, Arvada Library

Please join us to make interesting and lovely crafts out of recycled books! 

 

Tuesday, April 30th at 4:30pm at the Arvada Library!

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Katie, Arvada Library

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!

 

We're Featured on the Latest Arvada Insights!

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Bethany

JCPL's Executive Director, Pam Nissler, was the featured guest on the latest episode of Arvada Insights, hosted by Arvada Mayor Marc Williams. Take a few minutes to watch the show to find out about our new web site, the resources we offer and how we partner with organizations in the Arvada community.

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Boyd, Arvada Library

Ever want to know more about the history of the town or neighborhood you live in? Your local Jefferson County Library is a great place to start.

The Jefferson County Historic Collection at Standley Lake is home to countless historical maps from the last 100 years from around the county as well as priceless historical documents and one-off publications, such as a 1983 volume titled Grandview Streetscape Project and Notorious Jefferson County: Frontier Murder & Mayhem. Other interesting documents to look at are the old Sanborn fire insurance maps of the area. The Golden library, for example, has a map of the area from 1886 that details not only what structures were in place at the time, but also their uses and ownership.

And here at the Arvada Library, we have a sizeable collection of materials about our town, neighborhoods and Jefferson County as a whole. Wonder what Arva-Pride is and why it’s plastered on the side of that old building downtown? Want to follow the trail of Lewis Ralston that led him to pan for gold in what is now Ralston Creek? We’ve got you covered.

Want to get started? Check out our Local History guide.

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Sarah, Arvada Library

On July 9th and July 18th, Arvada kids had a snortin' good time with Mudslinger and Digger at the Top Hogs show.

Called "the einsteins of porcine," Mudslinger and Digger wowed the crowd with a variety of tricks. The pigs played sports, made music, rode a skateboard and even put their toys away when they were finished playing with them!

Did you see Mudslinger and Digger at the Top Hogs show this summer? Tell us all about it!

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