Libraries &

Events

All LIBRARIES WILL BE CLOSED ON: February 17th


Bailey Library                          Conifer Library 

350 Bulldogger  Rd.               10441 Highway 73

Bailey,CO. 303-838-5539      Conifer,CO. 303-838-5539    

Fairplay Library                       Evergreen Library

400 Front Street                     5000 Co Rd 73 

719-836-4297                          Evergreen CO 80439

                                                 303-235-5275

Lake George Library     

37900 Hwy 24

719-748-3812

Guffey Library

1625 B Park County Rd. 102

719-689-9280

Note: Some Events Require Registering or Sign ups

          Call ahead to make sure if needed.

 

 

 

Bailey Library 

Story Time-at 11 am

Storytime with books, songs, and more 

Summer Reading Program

Book Club

at 9 am-11 am

Discuss great reads. New members always welcome!

Movie Matinee 
none mentioned

Steam Learning

Feb.15th & March 21st at 11 am-12.30 pm Call them

Feb.29th

Meet Local Author

Join us in the Bailey Library Community Room from 12 pm-2 pm
Meet local author, Hope Flansburg and hear her presentation on her writing, publishing and Hope for Health business journey
Presentations will begin at 12:25 with a book signing at 1:30.
Refreshments will be provided

Fairplay Library

Story Time (ages 0-6) Every Friday

Feb.7th,14th,21st,28th at 11 am-noon

March 6th,13th,20th,27th at 11 am-noon

Lake George Library

Veteran Service On the second Tuesday of every month

March 10th at 12 pm-2 pm

Lake George Library  will have a rep from Park County Veteran Services who comes down  to meet with any veterans in the area that need assistance. Contact Lake George Library for more information.

Guffey Library

 

Storytime

Walking, Talking,Threads

March 2nd at 12.30-3 pm

Combined Children/Adult Book Club

Feb.20th at 8.30-10.30 am

Join us as we engage with the Guffey Charter School's 3-5 grades in a discussion about ANY appropriate 'fantasy' book of your choice. Everyone takes a turn sharing the book of their choice. The children love this interaction and are always excited to meet with adult community members. They also love to eat! If possible, bring a 'fantasy dish'  of your choice to share.

Altered Book Workshop

(none mentioned) at 1-4 pm

Hosted by Fine Arts Major, Gail Nelson. Bring an old book and learn how to change it into a magical piece of art.  Don't have an old book laying around? The Library can provide you with one.  All other materials needed will also be provided. All ages welcome.

The Guffey Literary Society meets Feb.24th at 1-3 pm

every last Monday of the month provided that Monday is not a holiday.  This is a wonderfully, dynamic & diverse group and we always welcome newcomers. This month's read is "Princess Elizabeth's Spy" by Susan Elia Macneal. Check to see if it is available on Libby and Overdrive and just contact the Library for other available copies.

Rocky Mountain Rural Health Outreach 

Feb,26th & March 25th at 12 pm-2 pm

RMRH representatives will be offering free health screenings, sound financial medical advice, free clothing and much more. Weather permitting, RMRH is at the Guffey Library every last Wednesday of the month.

Conifer Library

Family time

Feb.1st,8th,15th,22nd,29th at 10.45 am-11.15 am

March 7th,14th,21st,28th at 10.45 am-11.15 am

Everyone is invited for stories, singing, rhyming and dancing!

Art House

Feb.4th,18th & March 3rd,17th,31st at 6 pm-7.30 pm

Artist Chris McAllister helps you discover how to better use the visual vocabulary of shape, value, color, line, texture and edges. Explore these concepts in still life, landscape, portrait and figure paintings. All skill levels are welcome. Bring in a project you're already working on or join a group project. Work in oil or acrylic paints, just bring your own painting supplies. New students welcome.

Meditation Group: none listed 

Guide your mind to a place of peace, happiness, and bliss. The Conifer/Bailey/Evergreen area meditation group is open to anyone interested in meditating regularly in a group setting. No previous meditation experience is required. Sample a variety of methods as different group members lead a 20-30 minute group meditation. Please bring a cushion, mat or pillow if you don't care to sit on a chair.

Discovery Play

Feb. 15th & March 21st at 11.30 am-12.30 pm

Let's play! Families are welcome to enjoy songs, stories and explore hands-on fun with STEM skills.

Book Group

Feb. 25th & March 31st at 6.30-8 pm 

Discuss great reads. New members always welcome!

LEGO® Play & Build

Feb. 9th & March 8th at 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Description: Build at home with your own bricks or create using the library's LEGO

Bad Movie Night: The Wicker Man

March 12th at 6 pm-7.30 pm

Lets Dance

Feb. 8th & March 14th at 11.30 am-noon

Drop in Tech Help

March 7th,28th at 10 am-noon & March 18th at 6-8 pm

Build a Kite

March 21st at 11 am-noon

Guerrilla Gardening: Beautify Your Neighborhood with Ball Seeds

March 7th at 1-3 pm

Great Decisions: Pick up Materials at Your Library (Event 1 of 9)

Description

Enjoy in-depth discussions on the most important foreign policy topics of 2020. This is a series of 9 dates. Materials can be picked up starting today and before the first session.

Registration is required for the entire series.

Today's task:  Pick up Materials at Your Library

  • Topic 1, Climate Change and the Global Order by Ronald Bee

  • Topic 2, India and Pakistan by Barbara Crossette

  • Topic 3, Red Sea Security by David Shinn

  • Topic 4, Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking by Ronald Weitzer

  • Topic 5, U.S. Relations with the Northern Triangle by Michael Shifter and Bruno Binetti

  • Topic 6, China’s Road into Latin America by Margaret Myers

  • Topic 7, The Philippines and the U.S. by Julio Amador and Deryk Matthew N. Baladjay

  • Topic 8, Artificial Intelligence and Data by Susan Ariel Aaronson

Events in this series

Great Decisions: Pick up Materials at Your Library (Event 1 of 9)

Monday, January 27, 2020

Great Decisions: Climate Change and the Global Order (Event 2 of 9)

Thursday, February 6, 2020 (6:00PM – 7:30PM)

Great Decisions: India and Pakistan (Event 3 of 9)

Thursday, February 20, 2020 (6:00PM – 7:30PM)

Great Decisions: Red Sea Security (Event 4 of 9)

Thursday, March 5, 2020 (6:00PM – 7:30PM)

Great Decisions: Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking (Event 5 of 9)

Thursday, March 19, 2020 (6:00PM – 7:30PM)

Great Decisions: U.S. Relations with the Northern Triangle (Event 6 of 9)

Thursday, April 2, 2020 (6:00PM – 7:30PM)

Great Decisions: China’s Road into Latin America (Event 7 of 9)

Thursday, April 16, 2020 (6:00PM – 7:30PM)

Great Decisions: The Philippines and the U.S. (Event 8 of 9)

Thursday, April 30, 2020 (6:00PM – 7:30PM)

Great Decisions: Artificial Intelligence and Data (Event 9 of 9)

Thursday, May 7, 2020 (6:00PM – 7:30PM)

Evergreen Library

Family Time

Feb.3rd,10th,24th at 9.15 am-9.45 am

Feb. 1st,6th,8th,13th,15th,20th,22nd,27th,29th at 10.15 am-10.45 am

Feb.1st,8th15th,22nd,29th at 10.45 am-11.15 am

March 2nd,9th,16th,23rd,30th at 9.15 am-9.45 am

March 5th,7th,12th,14th,19th,21st,26th,28th at 10.15 am-10.45 am

It's reading fun for everyone! Gather the whole family                              for engaging stories, dancing, singing and rhyming.

Toddler Time

Feb.4th,5th,11th,12th,18th,19th,25th,26th at 9.15 am-9.45 am

Feb.7th,14th,21st,28th at 10.15 am-10.45 am

March 3rd,4th,10th,11th,17th,18th,24th,25th,31st at 9.15 am-9.45 am

March 6th,13th,20th,27th at 10.15 am-10.45 am

Your little one is constantly on the move. Help their mind stay active, too. Get them ready to read by singing, rhyming, dancing and telling stories together.

Baby Time

Feb.6th,13th,20th,27th at 9.15 am-9.45 am

Feb.3rd,10th,24th at 11.15 am-11.45 am

March 5th,12th,19th,26th at 9.15 am-9.45 am

March 2nd,9th,16th,23rd,30th at 11.15 am-11.45 am

Help the littlest minds develop and grow. Bounce, sing, rhyme and read with your baby!

Preschool time

Feb.3rd,4th,10th,11th,18th,24th,25th at 10.15 am-10.45 am

March 2nd,3rd,9th,10th,16th,17th,23rd,24th,30th,31st at 10.15-10.45 am

Create a lifelong love of reading with interactive Story Time. Sing, rhyme, dance and even craft together for added fun!

Lets Dance

March 5th,12th,19th,26th at 11.15 am-11.45 am

Wiggle, dance and have fun while building little brains! Families welcome!

Discovery Play

March 4th,11th,18th,25th at 10.15 am-11.15 am

Let's play! Build STEM skills as you enjoy songs, stories and hands-on fun with your family.

 

Paws for Reading

March 2nd at 4-5.30 pm

Read with a four-legged friend from the Denver Pet Partners therapy program! Dogs are the perfect reading companions because they create a relaxed, comfortable and safe environment for sharing books. Children must be able to read independently and are encouraged to share a favorite book.

Registration is recommended and reserves you a 15-minute session with a dog. Register by visiting the library or calling 303-235-5275.

Free Legal Self-Help Clinic

March 5th at 3.30-5 pm

Navigating a legal problem is tricky. If you don't have an attorney but need a little advice, this free legal self-help clinic can help. Evergreen Library hosts a volunteer lawyer, available via private video link, to answer questions, help complete forms and explain the process and procedure for all areas of civil litigation, including family law, property law, probate law, landlord-tenant law and much more.

Pre-register for individual 15-minute appointments at the Library or by calling 303-235-5275 the day of the clinic.Note: This clinic is for informational purposes only and should not be considered a form of legal representation. You have the right to retain an attorney of your choice at any time, and are advised to do so.

Socrates Cafe

None Mentioned

What is happiness? Is there a nothing? Discuss questions like these at the Socrates Café. Christopher Phillips developed the idea to do as Socrates did: bring philosophy to the everyday individual. All reasoned opinions are welcome. This basic concept of exchanging idea fosters understanding, respect for others' opinions and the realization that there are AT LEAST two sides to every question.

Lego Play & Build March 9th at 4-5 pm

Calling all LEGO® fans! Builders of all ages get creative as they stick to the theme or build their own creations. What story will your project tell? We provide LEGO® bricks and LEGO DUPLO® for the little ones. No registration necessary, just drop by!

©2019 The LEGO® Group.LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this program.

Ukulele Tuesday

Feb.11th,25th & March 10th,24th at 6 pm-7.30 pm

Have a ukulele? Know a few chords or songs? Jam with us on alternate Tuesdays for an informal opportunity to meet other ukulele enthusiasts and strum a few songs together. This workshop is best suited for teens and adults.

Ukulele Beginners

none mentioned

Book Group

March 11th at 6-7.30 pm -A Well Behaved Woman

March 18th at 1-2 

Book lovers meet and to discuss interesting reads!

Second Chance

Wild Tales

( none mentioned) at 11 am-11.30 am

Things get a little wild when your young ones investigate nature with educators from Jefferson County Open Space.

Family Finder with Mtn Genealogist Society

Feb.28th at 12.30-3 pm

March 26th at 12.30-3 -pm

Where did you come from? Drop in to Evergreen Library on the final Friday of each month to find out. Members of the Mountain Genealogists Society are on hand to answer your genealogy questions and help with research. Members and the public meet informally to assist each other with difficult searches and to share successes.

The Art House

Feb.26th & March 25th at 6-7.30 pm

Evergreen artist Chris McAllister helps you discover how to better use the visual vocabulary of shape, value, color, line, texture and edges. Explore these concepts in still life, landscape, portrait and figure paintings. All skill levels are welcome. Bring in a project you’re already working on or join a group project. A limited amount of extra supplies is available, so please bring your own oil or acrylic paint supplies. New students welcome.

Meditation Practice

none mentioned

Community Blood Drive

Feb. 28th & March 26th at 11 am-3 pm

Lunch Time Yoga

January 17th,24th,30th & Feb. 7th,14th,21st,27th at 12.30-1.30 pm

One on One Tech Help (register required

Feb.15th -all booked up

Feb.25th at 9.30 am-10.15 am

                 at 11.15 am-12 noon

March 1st at 3-3.45 pm

                 at 4.15-5pm

March 28th at 1.45-2.30 pm

                    at 3-3.45 pm

                    at 4.14-5 pm              

                  

Games & Giggles March 4th at 1-4 pm

Health Wellness Introduction

Feb.6th

Feb.13th (smoothies & smoothie bowls)

Feb.20th (Chemicals in your life)

Feb.27th (Food prep)

March 5th

Teen Taste Test Chips Feb.26th at 4-4.45 pm

Teen Taste Test Candy March 18th at 4-4.45 pm

Fuzzy Friend Sleepover (none mentioned)

Call them to give Times & more details

AARP Tax Help (registration required)

Feb.1st, 15th at 12.30-3.30 pm

Feb.4th,11th,18th,25th at 12 noon-4 pm

March 7th,21st at 12.30-3 pm

March 3rd,10th,17th,24th,31st at 12 noon-4 pm

Introduction to Computers March 1st at 12.30-2.30 pm

Porter & Pros March 10th at 6.30-8 pm

Lunchtime Yoga March 6h,13th,20th,26th at 12.30-1.30 pm

Spring Break Fun (Shaker Egg) March 23rd at 1-2 pm

                              (movie) March 28th at 1-3 pm

Steam Explorers Robots March 25th at 4-5 pm

Great Decisions: Pick Up Materials at Your Library (Event 1 of 9)

Description

Enjoy in-depth discussions on the most important foreign policy topics of 2020. This is a series of 9 dates.

Materials can be picked up starting today and before the first session.

Registration is required for the entire series.

Today's task:  Pick up Materials at Your Library

  • Topic 1, Climate Change and the Global Order by Ronald Bee

  • Topic 2, India and Pakistan by Barbara Crossette

  • Topic 3, Red Sea Security by David Shinn

  • Topic 4, Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking by Ronald Weitzer

  • Topic 5, U.S. Relations with the Northern Triangle by Michael Shifter and Bruno Binetti

  • Topic 6, China’s Road into Latin America by Margaret Myers

  • Topic 7, The Philippines and the U.S. by Julio Amador and Deryk Matthew N. Baladjay

  • Topic 8, Artificial Intelligence and Data by Susan Ariel Aaronson

Events in this series

Great Decisions: Pick Up Materials at Your Library (Event 1 of 9)

Monday, January 27, 2020

Great Decisions: Climate Change and the Global Order (Event 2 of 9)

Wednesday, February 5, 2020 (6:00PM – 7:30PM)

Great Decisions: India and Pakistan (Event 3 of 9)

Wednesday, February 19, 2020 (6:00PM – 7:30PM)

Great Decisions: Red Sea Security (Event 4 of 9)

Wednesday, March 4, 2020 (6:00PM – 7:30PM)

Great Decisions: Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking (Event 5 of 9)

Wednesday, March 18, 2020 (6:00PM – 7:30PM)

Great Decisions: U.S. Relations with the Northern Triangle (Event 6 of 9)

Wednesday, April 1, 2020 (6:00PM – 7:30PM)

Great Decisions: China’s Road into Latin America (Event 7 of 9)

Wednesday, April 15, 2020 (6:00PM – 7:30PM)

Great Decisions: The Philippines and the U.S. (Event 8 of 9)

Wednesday, April 29, 2020 (6:00PM – 7:30PM)

Great Decisions: Artificial Intelligence and Data by Susan Ariel Aaronson (Event 9 of 9)

Wednesday, May 6, 2020 (6:00PM – 7:30PM)

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