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Main Library and Meadows Branch Library are open with holds pick-up, and socially distant computer use.
Hours for at-risk individuals continue at Main Library Monday – Thursday: 9 – 10 a.m.
NoBo Corner Library has holds carryout appointments.  Need help? Contact us.

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Recommended Read: The Line Tender by Kate Allen

“The Line Tender” By Kate Allen “This juvenile novel is an emotional coming-of-age story that follows Lucy Everhart as she grapples with the loss of both her mother and her best friend, Fred. Allen thoughtfully ties Lucy’s attempts to find meaning in her friendship with Fred to her attempts to better understand the sharks her […]

Get inspired for spring

Join a workshop from the comfort of your own living room! Tinker Art – Grab one of our kits starting April 16 and build a colorful tree sculpture in this virtual workshop. For ages 5-9. Kit includes everything needed for the project. Available for pick up at the Main, Meadows, and Nobo libraries while supplies last. […]

Vote for Your Favorite Card Art

While the library card art contest call for entries has ended, there is still fun to be had. Vote for your favorite submissions in the Adult and Teen category.  Voting ends at midnight on April 22. All five winners will be contacted on April 23. Winners will be announced the week of April 26.

Thank You Library Volunteers!

National Volunteer Appreciation Week is April 18-24 Boulder Public Library would like to offer a sincere thank you to all our volunteers for all they have done, and continue to do, to support our library and community. In 2020, 385 volunteers donated nearly 11,000 hours of their time, and many more volunteers who were not […]

Recommended Read – “The Real Lolita” By Sarah Weinman

“The Real Lolita” By Sarah Weinman “Few people realize just how much inspiration Vladimir Nabokov drew from real life for his notorious novel. By researching extensive legal and public records, interviews, and investigations, Weinman is able to reveal that the subject of Nabokov’s novel was heavily influenced by the real-life abduction of Sally Horner in […]

Boulder Public Library restores services while facing budget shortfalls

Boulder Public Library recently expanded its services: The children’s area at Main Library is now open six days a week. Meadows Branch Library is open for self-service holds pickup, computer use and limited collection browsing. Holds carryout appointments and returns are now available at the NoBo Corner Library. More info on the library’s current offerings. […]

Family Resources for Processing Violence

The Boulder Public Library is here for you through this heartbreaking time in our community. We’d like to provide you and your family with books and other resources to process the recent violence, as well as help you address these topics with your loved ones. For Children and Parents: Coping with Scary Events in Our […]

BVSD 2021 Spring Art Shows

March 22 through May 8 The Boulder Public Library is proud to present the Boulder Valley School District 2021 Spring Art Shows! Boulder-area 6th through 12th-grade student artwork will be on display at the library on the ramp to the restrooms from March 22 through April 15. Following that display, Kindergarten through 5th-grade will have […]

Library Card Art Design Contest

Our library art contest closed on April 15. Vote for your favorite submissions in the Adult and Teen category.  Voting ends at midnight on April 22. All five winners will be contacted on April 23. Winners will be announced the week of April 26.

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