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Because Judy believed absolutely in everyone’s right to read, and in the power of literacy---especially for our children, and because she also had a passion for maintaining the downtown area as a vibrant space within our community, we believe a children’s garden in the midst of downtown would provide an excellent way for the community to remember her.
Because Judy served as a PPLD Foundation Director and supported the library in numerous other ways over the years, PPLD would like to celebrate her memory with the creation of a new children’s garden in front of Penrose Library.
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BRING YOUR OWN PROJECT, share ideas, learn new skills. When: Tuesday, September 05, 2017 - AM - AMWhere: Rockrimmon Library - 832 Village Center Drive at Rockrimmon Meeting Room These informal gatherings for seniors offer information sharing, networking, discussions and coffee. When: Tuesday, September 05, 2017 - PM - PMWhere: Rockrimmon Library - 832 Village Center Drive at Rockrimmon Meeting Room Join this free book discussion that meets the first Tuesday of every month from 1 to 2 PM.
This month we will discuss biographies about or by Mark Twain (readers' choice). Come to one, a few, or all of the classes--as you like. When: Monday, September 11, 2017 - PM - PMWhere: Rockrimmon Library - 832 Village Center Drive at Rockrimmon Meeting Room Enjoy yourself in a relaxed and creative exploration of your inner world.
By Car Take the trip up Pikes Peak Highway for a breath of fresh mountain air and breathtaking golden hues.
When: Sunday, August 27, 2017 - PM - PMWhere: Library21c -1175 Chapel Hills Drive at Make (Clean Maker Space)Group meeting and crafting When: Sunday, August 27, 2017 - PM - PMWhere: East Library - 5550 N. at East Community Meeting Room To help people have better financial lives.Classes provide instruction in reading, writing, listening, and speaking. New students must attend ESL Orientation to register and take a placement test.For upcoming Orientation dates, regularly check Continuing students who were registered for the last course must contact their Instructor or the Adult Education office (719)531-6333 ext.Research topics include, but are not limited to, finding materials for children or teens, locating health and wellness information, beginning legal research, and finding grant information for nonprofits.If you would like to learn how to search the library’s catalog or subscription databases more efficiently, we can help you with that too.