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September 2018 Newsletter
Table of Contents:
– Letter from CEO
– September Events
– Weekly Events
A Note from the CEO
Hello everyone! For those of you who have been dying to know, Berthoud’s favorite book, chosen bracket-style over the course of the summer, is Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird. To check out the full list of contenders, you can visit PBS’s The Great American Read website,https://www.pbs.org/the-great-american-read/home/ or check out the display here at the library.We’ve got a couple of new offerings that we’d like to highlight for you. If you’re an adult who thinks it’s not fair that the kids always get to see the zoo animals, the Denver Zoo is coming just for you on Monday, September 17. You will need a ticket to attend (free, pick one up at the front desk) and it is limited to 25 adults. (Yes, you must be 18 and older. We will be checking IDs.)
Two new classes will also help you better engage with the world around you. At Research 101 we’ll go through all the different online research tools available to you with your library card to help you get the facts. From finding a new book to tracing your family’s genealogy, and digging through scientific journals or identifying business market trends, we’ve got a tool for you. Also join us for How to Spot Fake News, an evening where we’ll help you identify sources that can be trusted and when not to pass on stories.
For the kids, we’re starting a Thursday afternoon time to chill at the library and listen to a book. Staff members, some participants, and even special guests will take turns reading aloud to help you unwind. We’ll be kicking things off with Beverly Cleary’s The Mouse and the Motorcycle.
September Events – Click on a thumbail for more information.
Writers’ Group, 10:00am
Lap Sit Storytime, 10:30am
Toddler Storytime, 10:30am
Read Aloud with Christy, 4:00pm
Lazy Lego Afternoons, 4:00pm
Crafternoon with Christy, 1:00pm