Anythink hosts block parties throughout Adams County
As the Denver-metro area continues to grow at a rapid pace, Anythink is working to help residents connect with one another and the library. This September, Adams County residents are invited to celebrate community at the Anythink Block Party. From Sept. 10-18, 2016, there will be seven opportunities for residents to meet friends and neighbors out where they live, work and play. Each block party will be representative of its local community and will include food, entertainment and activities for all ages.
“The Anythink Block Party is an opportunity for people to share a snack together, meet their neighbors and make friends,” says Anythink Director Pam Sandlian Smith. “We hope one of those new friends will be Anythink. This is a chance for us to foster connections among residents old and new and introduce our library to a growing community.”
The Anythink Block Party is part of Outside the Lines, a weeklong celebration of the creativity and innovation happening in libraries. Started in Colorado by a group of library marketers and directors, Outside the Lines includes more than 200 participating libraries from around the world.