The Library of Things include everything you need to discover a new hobby and are available for 3-week check out:
Discovery Packs for Kids: Discovery Packs are theme-based, developmentally appropriate kits that help develop and encourage literacy skills. They are designed to be used as an interactive activity with parents who have preschool or elementary school children. Discovery packs check out for one week.
Our first Adventure Pass is now available. Each patron is eligible to check out up to two day passes to the Butterfly Pavilion annually. Please see the Front Desk at the Estes Valley Library for more information and available dates.
Critter Cam Kit includes Foxelli trail camera and necessary supplies, “Nature of the Beasts DVD”, and books on local animals.
Happy Light Kit includes Verilux Happy Light, a copy of “Winter Blues” and “The Depression Cure”.
Two Telescope kits include an Orion SkyScanner tabletop telescope and a copy of “Nightwatch: a practical guide to viewing the universe”.
Scrapbooking kit with a copy of “Getting started with scrapbooking”, and tools necessary to scrapbook.
Sewing Machine kit with how-to guide, sewing machine supplies, and for you to keep fabric and straps.
Cell Phone Photography kit with photography tent, clip-on lens kit and selfie stick. Cell phone not included.
Healing drums with Remo hand drum, rhythm cards and a CD.
Five Ukulele kits with a ukulele, digital tuner and quick-start guide.
Pat Bells kit with an easy-to-use songbook.
Tibetan Singing Bowl kit with bowl, ringer, a meditation guidebook and a book on the history and use of Tibetan singing bowls.
Knitting kit with a free skein of cotton yarn, Stitchin’ Den coupon, Knitting for Dummies, wooden knitting needles (Size #8), scissors, and 4 patterns.
Colorado State Parks Pass with backpack, binoculars, wildlife guidebook, and trees & wildflower guidebook. Note that this pass is valid at Colorado State Parks and not Rocky Mountain National Park.
Advanced Directives kit with “What’s Your Plan?” binder, When Breath Becomes Air, Being Mortal, and Facing Your Fears.
Watt Meter Determine what it costs to run any appliance. Any appliance (120 volt; with a plug) can be plugged into the Watts Up meter to record that appliance’s power consumption.