Glenwood Springs Branch
The Glenwood Springs Fire Department will come and talk about fire safety and bring their gear to show us what they look like in uniform.
Bring your family to the Glenwood Springs Branch Library on Friday, June 24th at 6pm to watch "Homeward Bound." All ages are welcome. This event is free and open to the public. Fresh popcorn will be served.
The Honey Dewdrops will perform on Friday, August 5, at 7 p.m. at the Glenwood Springs Branch. Don't miss this great music performance!
As part of Teen Tech Week, libraries up and down the valley will be competing against each other for bragging rights in a battle for Mario Kart supremacy! The Glenwood Springs, Gordon Cooper, and Rifle Branch Libraries are all looking for teens 12 and older to help in their efforts for domination. The battle will be held on Wednesday, March 9th from 4 to 6 p.m., and also includes the libraries in Aspen and Basalt. Contact your local branch library to register or for more information.
Be a member of the Teen Advisory Board (TAB) and let your voice be heard. The Glenwood Springs Branch Library's TAB meets at the library on the second Tuesday of each month, from 4-5 p.m., to offer ideas & help plan teen programs, suggest books & materials for the library, and learn about volunteer opportunities. We always need teens willing to share ideas and suggestions on how to make the library a more teen-friendly place. For more information, call Karen at 945-5958.
Join us for a fun family movie night featuring a loveable porker. Based on Dick King-Smith’s beloved children’s novel, "Babe" is the story of an intelligent swine whose talents in sheep herding just might save him from the slaughterhouse. Free popcorn will be served, and the program is free and open to the public.
The Glenwood Springs Branch will present The History of Glenwood Springs in Photographs on Thursday, April 21st at 7pm in the basement meeting room for the fourth program in the 2011 Winter Lecture Series. This encore presentation of our community will present nearly 100 photographs from the Frontier Historical Society Museum's collection. Glenwood Springs celebrated 125 years in 2010.
The Glenwood Springs Branch will present Susan Marie Grontczak as Eleanor Roosevelt on Thursday, March 17th at 7pm in the basement meeting room for the third program in the 2011 Winter Lecture Series, which is funded in part by Colorado Humanities. Susan Marie Frontczak will portray Eleanor Roosevelt in a Chautauqua format. Eleanor Roosevelt will be addressing guests from 1937, during the Great Depression, through a series of vignettes -- witnessing alternating glimpses into her public and private personae. Mrs.