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Events will take place during the week of August 27 through September 2, 2022 in the library districts of Clearview and High Plains, Loveland Public Library

The High Plains and Clearview library districts and Loveland Public Library offer a variety of programs and activities for all ages.

Check out this list of library events for the week of August 27 through September. 2, 2022.

Clearview library

The book cart is due to arrive at Founders Green Park, 1201 Grand Ave. at 3:00 p.m. Monday. at Windsor, stop. All ages are welcome to see what the Bookmobile has to offer.

The library’s PAWS for Reading program is open on Mondays at 3:30pm, 3:45pm and 4pm in the library’s children’s area, 720 3rd St., Windsor. The program pairs children ages 6 to 12 with a licensed therapy dog ​​and their owner to practice reading aloud. Registration is required to participate, which can be done at https://bit.ly/3yGtVUu.

Read, Rhyme and Romp in Severance takes place Tuesday at 10am at Blue Spruce Park, 103 Blue Spruce Drive. Aimed at children aged up to 6 and their parents or guardians, the event will include books, singing and rhymes. Registration is required to participate. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3PGe0f3.

All ages are invited to come and see what the Bookmobile has to offer when it stops at 55 Resort Apartments in Water Valley, 500 Apex Drive, Windsor at 4:30pm on Tuesday.

We Dream in STEAM takes place on Wednesday at 4:30pm in the main meeting room at the Windsor-Severance Library, 720 3rd St., Windsor. The program includes a program on cryogenics for children aged 9 to 12 years. Registration is required to participate in the program. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3pGoJvK.

Registration for the Been Book Box is open. The Teen Book Box offers teenagers aged 12 to 18 the opportunity to fill their own box with a selection of young adult books. Boxes of books can be picked up after registration in the library. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3AhdcYn.

Little ones aged 6 and under are invited to attend Storytime and a Craft with Miss Becca on Thursday at 10:45am at 720 3rd St., Windsor. The program includes books, stories, songs and rhymes, followed by age-appropriate crafts. Registration is required and can be done at https://bit.ly/3dQzNn8.

The book truck will stop at Mountain Shadows Park, 86th Avenue Court and W. 19th St. in Greeley at 3:00 p.m. Thursday. All ages are invited to come and see what the book trolley has to offer.

Babies and Books is held Friday at 9:30am at The Library, 720 3rd St., Windsor with a program geared towards children aged 0-18 months and their parents or guardians and early literacy skills and promotes activities. Registration is required to participate. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3AfOBmN.

Join the Family Art Challenge online on Friday at 4:00 p.m. In the art challenge, families work together to create a pumpkin patch. Kits with basic equipment are ready for collection after registration. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3PJN6mO.

High Plains Library

Visit the Kersey Library for Fuzz, Fluff and Sticky Stuff storytime on Saturday at 10:30 am at 332 3rd St. The program is open to all ages and includes a reading of ‘Too Much Glue’ by Jason Lefebvre and ‘The Great Fuzz Frenzy. ‘ by Susan Stevens Crummel and a Sticky Craft. Registration is required and can be done at https://bit.ly/3AiuAfq.

Family Fun Saturday at Lincoln Park begins at 2:00 p.m. at 1012 11th St. The event includes stories, books, library tours and activities for all ages. Registration is not required for participation. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3dH8Lyr.

Centennial Park Twinkle Babies Storytime is Monday at 10:30 am at Centennial Park Library, 2227 23rd Ave., Greeley. The program is designed for children aged 18-18 months and includes songs, stories and activities to build developmental skills. Registration is required and can be done at https://bit.ly/3ToQmae.

The Riverside Library and Cultural Center is hosting free ESL classes for beginners Monday at 1:00 p.m. at 3700 Golden St., Evans. Adults 18 and older are invited to participate in the program. For more information or to register, contact Charlie at (970) 339-6665.

The Eaton Library Yarn Yakkers meet Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. at 132 Maple Ave. Open to adults over 18, the club brings knitters and crocheters together to spend some time together and share projects. Registration is not required for participation. For more information, contact the library at (970) 454-2189.

Get the little ones at Riverside Music and Movement at 9:30 am Wednesday at 3700 Golden St., Evans. The event features songs, dances and stories for children ages 2 and up and their parents or guardians. Registration is not required for participation. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3R6e20V.

Join Miss Judy at the Eaton Library 0 to 5 Storytime on Wednesdays at 10am at 132 Male Ave. Children up to 5 years old can enjoy storytelling and socializing while building early reading and writing skills. Registration is not required for participation. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3wPuk6X.

Make the most of your lunch break by participating in Lunch and Learn on the library’s Facebook page on Wednesday afternoons. Adults 18+ are invited to come along and learn about pressure cooking with an InstaPot. Registration is not required for participation. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3An3N1p.

Don’t miss the next session of Colorado Naturalist Kevin Cook Presents, taking place Thursday noon at the Farr Regional Library, 1939 61st Ave., Greeley. All age groups are invited to participate in the presentation about dealing with nature and life on earth. No registration is required. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3RoVs4z.

Youth are invited to participate in Independence #Adulting Thursday at 4:00 p.m. at the Lincoln Park Library, 1012 11th St., Greeley. The course teaches participants life hacks for maximum independence such as cooking tips and tricks, finances and healthy living. Registration is not required for participation. For more information, contact David at (888) 861-7323.

Help the little ones squirm by taking them to the Eaton Library’s Wiggle Worms on Maple Ave. on Friday at 10:00 a.m. bring 132. The program, which is open to preschool children, includes stories, songs and movement. Registration is not required for participation. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3pJmOGs.

Loveland Public Library

BuzzWords at Banned Brewing meet Monday at 6:30 p.m. at 127 E. 5th St., Loveland. Adults 18+ are invited to join the informal book club discussing The Art of Resistance by Justus Rosenberg. No purchase or registration is required to participate. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3cnUjem.

Bring a blanket or towel and come to the library lawn at 300 N. Adams Ave. for the outdoor Preschool Story Time Tuesday at 10:00 am. Songs and activities that build early literacy skills. Registration is not required for participation. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3TgqCfV.

Find out what your smartphone can do by attending Android Smartphone 201 on Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. in the iLearn classroom at the library, 300 N. Adams Ave. The course, open to adults 18+, covers Internet use and file storage and management, device maintenance and more. Registration is required to participate, which can be done at https://bit.ly/3CuEihG.

Get the kids outside while the weather is still nice by attending Family Outdoor Storytime on the library lawn on N. Adams Ave Thursday at 10 a.m. Stories, songs and more for children ages up to 5 years. Registration is not required for participation. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3AHdhWF.

Teens ages 5 through 11 are invited to play at the Library Children’s Chess Club at the Library, 300 N. Adams Ave. on Thursday at 4:00 p.m. to participate. The club will teach children the rules and skills of chess. Registration is not required for participation. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3PQc1Vv.

The Teen Video Game Tournament begins Thursday at 4:30 p.m. at the Library, 300 N. Adams Ave. for teenagers aged 11 to 17. Players can compete against other teenagers to win prizes and bragging rights. Single and multiplayer options are available. No registration is required to participate in the tournament. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3AhYUXI.

Children ages 2-5 are welcome to come outside on the library lawn at 300 N. Adams Ave on Friday at 10:00 am and enjoy some bubble time. The event is open to children ages 2-5 and their parents or guardians to paint with bubbles, play games and more. Registration is not required for participation. For more information, see https://bit.ly/3ckEDZC.

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