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BMoCA at Anythink Fall Artist Showcase returns with theme “Exploring Landscapes”

Anythink and the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (BMoCA) have partnered for the second year to make arts and culture more accessible to Adams County residents through the...
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Anythink issues RFP for Library Materials and Related Value-Added Services

Anythink invites sealed bids for the purchase of library materials and related processing and cataloging services for the period commencing Jan. 1, 2023 and ending Dec. 31, 2025.  Proposals are due Friday, Oct. 14, 2022, by 4 PM MT....
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Anythink announces grand opening of Anythink Coffee House

Anythink will host the grand opening of the Anythink Coffee House, located inside Anythink Wright Farms, on Monday, Sept. 12, 2022. The Anythink Coffee House is a business partnership between Anythink and Community Uplift Partnership (CUP), a local non-...

Anythink issues notice of finalist for appointment as executive director

Rangeview Library District (dba Anythink Libraries) has issued the following notice:  RANGEVIEW LIBRARY DISTRICT Anythink Libraries NOTICE OF FINALIST FOR APPOINTMENT AS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR To Whom it May Concern: Notice is hereby given that the search committee has selected a finalist to be...
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Anythink Huron Street hosts SeriesFest Mobile Cinema Lab

Anythink Huron Street, SeriesFest and Northglenn Arts have partnered to bring filmmaking programs for teens to the library this summer. SeriesFest’s ...
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Anythink Libraries announces Independence Day holiday closure

All Anythink libraries and administrative offices will be closed Monday, July 4, 2022, in observance of Independnece Day. Anythink locations will return to regularly scheduled hours of operation on Tuesday, July 5.
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Anythink announces Nature Library in partnership with City of Thornton

Anythink Libraries and the City of Thornton have entered an agreement to build a nature library on the current Aylor Open Lands property at 136th Avenue and Quebec Street in Thornton. After years of planning, Thornton City Council and the Anythink Board of Trustees have signed an intergovernmental...
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Anythink issues RFPQ for Construction Manager/General Contractor for Anythink Nature Library

Anythink invites bids for contractors on the Anythink Nature Library project.  Proposals are due Friday, Aug. 5, 2022, by 5 PM MT. Request for Qualifications & Proposal for...
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Anythink Libraries announces Juneteenth holiday closure

All Anythink libraries and administrative offices will be closed Monday, June 20, 2022, in observance of Juneteenth. Anythink locations will return to regularly scheduled hours of operation on Tuesday, June 21.
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Anythink hosts author Matt de la Peña for mySummer program

As part of this year’s mySummer initiative, Anythink hosts acclaimed author Matt de la Peña at Anythink locations from Wednesday, June 15 to Saturday, June...
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Anythink Backyard Concert Series returns for 10th Anniversary Season

The annual Anythink Backyard Concert Series returns for its 10th anniversary in 2022 featuring an all-star lineup of fan-favorite musicians. Hosted the second Friday of June, July and August at the one-acre park adjacent to...

Make wishes for others and our future during mySummer 2022

Anythink’s annual mySummer initiative returns on June 1, 2022, with partnerships and programs inspired by the theme of “wishes for ourselves, wishes for others and wishes for our future.” This year’s summer program...
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Helen Hiebert brings large-scale paper lantern installation to Anythink Wright Farms

Anythink hosts artist Helen Hiebert at Anythink Wright Farms in Thornton, Colo., from May 13-20, 2022, to kick off the 2022 mySummer program. As an artist-in-residence, Hiebert will be constructing an interactive large-scale paper...
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Anythink Wright Farms now offers EnChroma glasses for checkout

Anythink Wright Farms now offers EnChroma glasses for checkout by adults and children with color blindness, or color vision deficiency (CVD). This...
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Anythink Huron Street temporarily closed for building update

Anythink Huron Street will be temporarily closed Monday, Nov. 29 through Saturday, Dec. 11, 2021, for carpet installation. During the closure, customers are encouraged to visit Anythink locations nearby including Anythink Perl Mack in Denver, Colo. and Anythink Wright Farms in Thornton, Colo. The...
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Anythink Libraries closed in observance of Thanksgiving

All Anythink libraries and administrative offices are closed Thursday, Nov. 25 through Friday, Nov. 26, 2021, in observance of Thanksgiving. We will return to regularly scheduled hours of operation on Saturday, Nov. 27.     
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Anythink to host award-winning chef Kwame Onwuachi as part of community wellness experience

As part of its Renew community wellness experience, Anythink will host an evening with award-winning chef and author Kwame Onwuachi at...
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Anythink Libraries closed for staff training day

All Anythink libraries and administrative offices are closed Monday, Oct. 11, 2021, for an all-staff training day. All branches will reopen during their regularly scheduled hours of operation on Tuesday, Oct. 12. 

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