To Do @ the Library: January
Library Closures in January
Sunday & Monday, January 1 & 2, New Year's Holiday.
Monday, January 16, Martin Luther King Day Holiday.
Tuesday, January 3, 3-4 pm
Another LEGO Challenge. Are you up for it? Bring your enthusiasm and engineering and test your building skills. Register please.
Reading Buddies Playdates
Tuesdays, January 3 & 10, 4-5 pm
Students in grades K-5 play reading, vocabulary, and storytelling games with trained teen volunteers ("Big Buddies"). Registration preferred, but drop-in space may be available.
Sunday, January 8, 2-4 pm
Want to learn all about your brand new device? Got an Android, a Chrome book, Kindle Fire, iPad,... bring it to the library. We will have friendly staff and volunteers on hand to help you figure out how the darn thing works!!
Teen Town Hall
Tuesday, January 10, 4-5 pmGrades 7-12
An informal gathering and information-sharing opportunity for teens. Come enjoy tasty snacks and give the library ideas and feedback to better serve you!
Couples Coaching 101: Improving Communication
Wednesday, January 11, 6- 7:30 pm
Healthy communication is a key factor to relationship success. Learn effective strategies to enhance your relationship.
Free Legal Clinic
Friday, January 13, 2-3:30 pm
A free legal clinic for people who have no attorney; Spanish translator now available. Register for a private 15 minute session.
Civil War in Colorado
Saturday, January 14, 10:30 am-12:30 pm
Bob Moulder will present an overview of the history of the Civil War in the Colorado Territory.
Saturday, January 14, 1-5 pm
Help create comforting quilts for Lafayette fire and police officers to hand out to children in need! Children welcome when accompanied by an adult.
Sunday Coloring for Adults
Sunday, January 15, 2-4 pmRelieve stress and calm your mind! Color with us--materials provided.
Get to Know Your Iphone & Ipad Class
Wednesday, January 18, 10:30-11:30 am
Bring your iphone or ipad and learn how powerful these devices can be!! Learn tricks and tools you need to get the most benefit from this technology. Register!
Thursday, January 19, 6-7:30 pm
Enjoy coffee, community, and connections, through informal conversations about death. More information can be found at http://deathcafe.com/what/
Cuento y Canto
Sunday, January 22, 3-3:30 pm
Enjoy traditional folktales and music from Latin America. All in Spanish.
Adult Community Living Book Group
Monday, January 23, 10:30-11:30 am
Book group that will meet regularly for six weeks to discuss 'The Power of Neurodiversity' by Thomas Armstrong PhD. This book group addresses issues that adults face who have a child with disabilities. It is open to the public. A copy of the book may be obtained by contacting Eugenia Brady at email@example.com
DIY Craft: Harry Potter Pygmy Puff
Tuesday, January 24, 4:30-5:30 pm
Hang out in the Teen Zone and make your own Harry Potter Pygmy Puff!
Teen Collection Connection (TCC)
Thursday, January 26, 4-5 pm
The Teen Collection Connection (TCC) is a volunteer organization for book loving teens who want to help select books and other items for the teen collection. Members of the TCC will have the opportunity to contribute short book reviews that will be featured on the library’s blog and on the shelves next to the book. More Info!
Good ZZZs: An Interactive Discussion about Sleep
Thursday, January 26, 6-7:30 pm
Why do we sleep? What is a sleep study? What is sleep apnea and why is it something to worry about? What does a Sleep Medicine specialist do? What is a Sleep evaluation like? Join us for an interactive discussion and find out!
Sunday Afternoon Stories
Sunday, January 29, 3-3:30 pmAges 2-6
Join us for some fun Sunday stories with Ms. Shirley. Story books, songs, rhymes, and fun for kids 2-6 years. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Tuesday, January 31, 4:30-5:30 pm
Hang out, watch Anime, talk about Anime, and read Manga!