Thursdays 4-5 pm Kids going into 1st-5th grades can be dropped off for an hour of fun. Themes vary weekly, including arts, technology, science, literature, crafts. There will be special guest presentations on June 20, July 11 and July 25. Parents are encouraged to bring younger children to Family Storytime at 4:15. (Club 345 is replaced with Summer Adventure Club for the summer. Please note change in description.)
Wednesdays 5:30 - 8 p.m. 6/19 2001: A Space Odyssey 6/26 2010: The Year We Make Contact 7/10 Close Encounters 7/17 First Man 7/24 Flash Gordon 7/31 Apollo 13 8/14 Forbidden Planet There is no movie on July 3 or August 7.
Thursdays 4-5 pm during the summer Kids going into 1st-5th grades can be dropped off for an hour of fun. Themes vary weekly, including arts, technology, science, literature, crafts, and special guest presentations. . Parents are encouraged to bring younger children to Family Storytime at 4:15. Club 345 is replaced with Summer Adventure Club for the summer. Please note change in description. These dates will be special events: June 6, June 20, July 11, July 25
Thursday 4 - 5 pm June 6 July 25 Explore the stories of summer constellations with a NASA ambassador, then create your own star wheel and learn to use it! Family Storytime and Club 345 attendees will be joining these special programs.
Saturday May 25 - 9:30 am to 1:00 pm Registration required. You can register and get more information about the class at www.lcgsco.org about two months prior to the class. Where: Gertrude Scott Room Contact: Rebecca firstname.lastname@example.org 970-962-9765 Event Type: Adult
Thursday, 6-7 pm ¡Evento para toda la familia! No es necesario inscribirse. Family event for all ages. Will be mostly in Spanish.
Wed. May 15 6:30 - 7:45 pm Exploring our Front Range is a low cost and addictive habit, and has the side effect of being incredibly good for you. With so much great hiking so close by, it is important to know how and where to begin. With veteran Longmont hiker and author Pete KJ.
Second Monday each month, after storytimes (9:30 am, 10:30 am, 11:30 am) Ages 0-5 and caregivers. Offers free tools, information, and resources after storytimes on the second Monday each month.
Mondays and Thursdays 10-11 am For ages 0-5 and caregivers. Library Playgroup is for ages 0-5 years old and their caregivers. We meet on Mondays and Thursdays from 10-11 am in the Gertrude Scott Meeting Room. We provide books, music and toys for a social hour for parents, caregivers and their children to hang out and play, socialize with other parents, and enjoy some non structured time together. Once a month we try and bring in a special visitor to discuss current child development topics for a few minutes.
May 2,9,16 only, 4-5 pm Themes vary weekly, including arts, technology, science, literature, and crafts. This is replaced by Summer Adventure Club for the summer.
download="all"] Classical music can be a mystery. While anyone can appreciate the beautiful sounds made by an orchestra, it often takes some deeper knowledge to grasp the intricacies that lead to a deeper and fuller experience. The Loveland Orchestra is giving its community a chance to develop some of the latter before its concerts at informational presentations that will be held the week before each concert. Those free discussions, which the orchestra is billing "TLO Talks" will take place at 2 p.m. on the Sunday before an orchestra concert in the Gertrude Scott Meeting Room of the Loveland Public Library....
Now that you’ve looked at basic records such as the census and vital records, are you wondering what to do next? Intermediate Genealogy Part One will help you advance beyond these basic records. This Part One class will teach you how to access and use the following records in depth: census records, church and government vital records, cemetery records, military records, and newspaper/obits in depth. Learn new terms such as enumerator, census schedules, baptisms vs birth, DD214, MOS, service #, sources, obits, and other esoteric terms that tend to confuse novice record users and where to find these records. Please...