Identity: an Intergenerational Dialogue

What are the issues around group identity and belonging? Join a conversation, especially for ages 14 to 19 and for ages 59 and greater. Tuesday, April 20 at 11 am, via Zoom. Details and sign-up

Election Security: hear from the experts

How safe and verifiable are our votes? Colorado’s Secretary of State and Larimer County’s Clerk explain the process, in a recent forum with the Estes Park League of Women Voters. Watch the recording

Living Room Conversations

After a challenging year, it’s time to reflect. Join a Community Conversation on “Living with Uncertainty”, sharing how we’ve coped, and how we hope. Wednesday, April 14 at 7 PM via Zoom. Details and sign-up.

The Twig is Open

Pick up your Library Holds once again at the Rec Center self-service kiosk. Drive-up book returns are open again too. Learn more about the Twig

Estes Grows Readers

It’s the Month of the Young Child, and we celebrate the importance of early childhood literacy. Watch storytimes with your family, and learn about the many resources available.

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Watch the Young Chautauqua Performances

Costumed performers present original first-person monologues, based on weeks of research and practice. Live on Zoom. Saturday, April 3 at 7 PM.

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Check out a Wi-Fi Hotspot

No WiFi at home? Want to connect to Internet while relaxing outdoors or on a hiking trail? The Library’s new Hotspots for Checkout might be just the solution!

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We’ve got tax forms

Basic tax booklets are in stock at the Library. Need a special form? We can print it for you.

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Cliffhanger Used Books celebrates 2 Years

Thanks to your generosity and a great team of volunteers, Cliffhanger Used Books is helping the Library meet literacy and learning needs in our community. Find out more

Volunteer Spotlight: Heather Heinz

Volunteers keep the library and our community going strong. Heather brings her skills and enthusiasm to the Library Friends & Foundation board and Cliffhanger Used Books. Read More