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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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We’ve expanded our services

As restrictions are lifted by the state and library employees are getting vaccinated as quickly as possible, the library continues to be highly impacted by financial constraints caused by the coronavirus. Main Library The Children’s Room is open Wednesday through Sunday Meadows Library Branch Self-service holds pickup Limited collection browsing Computer access NoBo Corner Library Contactless carry […]

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 […]

Community Cooks – April 7

Come together and cook virtually with your neighbors This month’s cooks: Franklin Escobar (with @familiapupusas) and his aunt will be making spinach and cheese pupusas. Pupusas are the most well-known Salvadorian dish: a hand-made stuffed tortilla that you serve with curtido (coleslaw) and tomato salsa. They are 100% gluten-free. Cook along on Instagram: ingredients list […]

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 […]

Recommended Read – “Vesper Flights” By Helen Macdonald

“This collection of essays is arrestingly beautiful. Helen Macdonald’s writing about the natural world is full of her own sense of wonder, appreciation, love, and awe. Reading these short pieces was a wonderful respite from pandemic life and also inspired me and made me think of animals and natural places in new ways. Read this […]

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

Show us your best global designs or highlight the many connections you see in our world! Submit Online Download the KIDS Form or the ADULT Form. Your artwork must use the paper form or a high-resolution digital image that has a measurement ratio of 6.75 x 4.25 inches. Art submissions will be accepted in digital […]

Home Delivery Program

Let us deliver books straight to your door!   We will pair a trained volunteer or staff member to deliver materials straight to you at home. Those who may apply are patrons who can’t get to the library because of age, disability, illness, or the COVID-19 pandemic. Do you qualify? Please fill out an application!       […]

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