Police-Community Relations: Join the Local Conversation

A Conflict Resolution Month conversation, focused close to home: share your impressions of policing in the Estes community. Join any of four sessions on Sept. 30 and Oct. 2.

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New Library Catalog is here

We’ve just completed a big tech upgrade. Enjoy the new catalog, which includes all physical and digital collections together in one unified search engine. You can now place holds and renew items again.

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Expanded Library Hours begin on Monday

We’re getting ready to double Library hours! (Now that our geeky tech upgrade is complete!). Beginning Sept. 28, Library hours will be Mon – Thurs., 10 AM to 6 PM, and Fri. & Sat, 10 AM to 2 PM.

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Book Discussion: Me and White Supremacy

Based on an Instagram challenge, where 100,000 participants set out to identify and understand where racism occurs in day-to-day life. In partnership with Estes Valley Crisis Advocates. 2-part program: Mon., Sept. 21 and 28, live on Zoom

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This October: Conflict Resolution Month Programs

The Library and Estes Valley Restorative Justice Partnership host a month-long series to promote collaborative problem-solving, civility, and meaningful conversations. Featured book: We Need to Talk.

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Estes Valley Library Board Openings

The Estes Valley Public Library District announces two openings on its Board of Trustees beginning January 1, 2021. Applications are due TODAY, September 14, 2020.

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Grab & Go: Calming Coloring activity kit

The Calming Coloring kit promotes calm and peacefulness, with a pattern-themed coloring book and colored pencils to take home. Begins Tuesday, August 18. Reserve a kit today.

Take home an early literacy activity kit

Take home a book to read aloud, and an activity to enjoy as a family. Includes the book Little Red Fort, activity sheet, ruler and measuring tape. This week, while supplies last. More details.

NEW EXPANDED HOURS

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Census 2020: there’s still time to be counted

Census workers have begun their “door to door” efforts in Colorado. But it’s not too late to self-respond, if you haven’t already. Read more on why the 2020 Census is so important for the Estes Valley.

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