Learning doesn’t stop on graduation day. That’s why we offer resources and experiences that engage and connect our community, building bridges across generations, cultures, ideas, and beliefs to support lifelong learning.
From book clubs to creative arts, and writing to trivia, we have something for everyone and every interest.
Bring your morning cup of coffee into the library to leisurely read by our cozy fireplace. We have a wide selection of newspapers delivered daily. Or, co-work at the library in the Quiet Space. We have eight dedicated stations perfect for you to pull out your laptop and work the day away connected to our secure and fast WiFi.
Book Club Kits
Share your love of reading and conversation by checking out one of our captivating book club kits! Located just past our audiobooks CDs, you'll find our Book Club Kit Collection lining a dedicated shelf in clearly-marked plastic bins.
Each kit holds a total of 11 copies of a selected book, as well some additional lit-lover gems like author bios, discussion questions for sparking thoughtful debates, and printed resources that will help enhance your understanding of the narrative. A team of library staff selects and curates this collection, and we’re constantly updating our inventory to meet with the trends and interests we see in our community. Intrigued? Then come to the library and check one out to start your own reading adventure.
Our Book Club Kits checkout for a period of 6 weeks, and can be renewed for an additional 6 week checkout period, if there are no holds on them. Holds may be placed on checked-out kits, but it is not possible to reserve for specific dates. Each kit checks out as a single item, and the borrower will be responsible for its contents. A replacement cost will be assessed for lost books.
To view the Book Club Kits, stop into the library or search “Book Club Kit” in our online catalog to place a hold.
Accessible Library Materials
We have several resources for individuals with visual impairments. In the back of the library, we have a growing large print collection. You can find large print books by selecting “Large Type” in the “All Material Types” dropdown in our online catalog before conducting your search.
The Colorado Talking Book Library (CTBL) provides additional support, with special playback machines; Braille; and large print books, magazines, and descriptive movies. They have a wide selection that is shipped directly to your home at no charge. Anyone applying for CTBL resources needs to have a qualified organization sign off on their application, and our librarians can help. For eligibility requirements and the application, visit the CTBL website or stop by the library.
Additionally, many of the e-books available through Hoopla or Libby offer ways to support visual impairments. Schedule an Ask a Tech session, and we can help download and set up the apps to your preferences on any device.