Join us for refreshments and a lively discussion. Share your favorite authors and titles, and catch up on new releases and other news. May: Northwest Angle by William Kent Krueger. June: The Black Box by Michael Connelly.
Join a group that is sure to please any fiber maven. If you are an experienced knitter, this is your opportunity to share your knowledge and if you’re a beginner, this is your chance to increase your knitting know-how. Fiber hosts: Kathy Orth and Charlotte Updike.
Join us on the second Saturday each month for our new TOPICAL Book Club at Eugene Field! We select the topic, you choose your book, fiction or non-fiction, OR read what the library staffer is reading! Be ready to share why you loved or hated your book--we want to know!
Topic for March - Wonder Women: Read and discuss books about women who were amazing, wise, wild, and made history!
Staff Choice - The Chaperone, by Laura Moriarty
Author Robin P. Williams has been studying and writing about the authorship question for years. Her thorough research and study has led to the conclusion that the likely author of Shakespeare’s body of work is a woman – Mary Sidney. There are a lot of missing pieces in the life and times of William Shakespeare – little formal education, even less knowledge of or access to the royal court and politics, no evidence that he could write at all.
Join newly published authors Maisha I and Dr. Adrienne N. Bryant for a book-signing.
Maisha I shares her life story in her book, Journey to I, encouraging others to never give up and to find the winning strength within themselves. Dr. Bryant honors the creativity of parents with her book, Original African American Names: Undefined. Each author shares the inspirational and empowering feeling when meaning is rendered from one’s name. Stop by and join us for what promises to be an interesting afternoon. Authors will be selling copies of their books.
A reading group for kids in 2nd and 3rd grades that meets the 4th Monday of each month. This month’s book selection is Ellray Jakes is not a Chicken by Sally Warner. Please call 720-865-0325 for more information.
Join authors Ann and Jordan Alexander Leggett as they discuss Boulder's rich, hair-raising past. A home in the Newlands is said to be haunted by a previous owner who was displeased with the remodeling done on his abode, while a Victorian on Pearl Street has been plagued by strange events for a century. The authors will talk about these and other scary Boulder tales.
Lowry author Nancy Sharp discusses her memoir, which focuses on the day that she delivered premature twins and her husband's brain cancer returned. Sharp is a Huffington Post blogger and keynote speaker who frequently talks to large groups about what she calls "bold living."
Do you find yourself constantly asking people what they are reading? Do you love talking to people about books, poems, and essays? We'll chat about what we are reading and maybe even read aloud for a bit. Just sit and listen-- or share!