Mack, located at 7611 Hilltop Circle in Denver, will open its doors on Friday,
May 6, for an Anythink-style garden party to celebrate its recent renovations.
Community members will be amazed by the 1,800-square...
libraries celebrates National Bookmobile Day on Wednesday, April 13, with
refreshments and mini-bookmobiles passed out at Anythink in Motion stops throughout
Due to a generous grant from the Tri-County Health Department, community gardens are scheduled to open this spring at Anythink Commerce City and ...
Commerce City, located at 7185 Monaco St. in Commerce City, kicks off its teen financial
series on March 21, “Your Money, Your Life: How to Keep it, Use it and Make it
Grow.” Teens will learn how money matters affect their lives and useful tips
for smart money handling. The series runs...
Mizraim Cordero, intergovernmental
relations manager for the City of Commerce City, was recently appointed to the
Rangeview Library District Board of Trustees. His term expires Feb. 11, 2016.
thrilled and humbled by the appointment to the Rangeview Library District Board
of Trustees and am...
PlaceTM workshops are available
again this spring at Anythink libraries. These five-week workshops are designed
for caregivers and children ages birth to 3 to play and interact while
childhood experts are on hand covering everything from literacy to nutrition in
an informal, relaxed...
several months of renovations, Anythink Washington Street, located at 8992
Washington Street in Thornton, Colo., is now open. Guests enjoyed food catered by The Bagel Bakery and Cupcake Shoppe and music from...
new Anythink Café at Wright Farms officially opens on Thursday, Jan. 13.
Members of the Metro North Chamber of Commerce are hosting the official
ribbon-cutting for the café at 11 am that day.
by Thornton’s own...
is one of five recipients of the 2011 John Cotton Dana Award presented by the
American Library Association (ALA). The award honors outstanding public
an immensely popular series at Anythink Huron Street, former Fortune 500 HR
executive and one of the country’s most widely followed career advisors, Liz
Ryan, presents her four-part workshop “Career Reboot” at Anythink Bennett and
Anythink Brighton in January. During the four-week course,...
E-readers and mp3 devices are some of the hottest presents
this holiday season. Luckily, they can be filled with great audio and
electronic versions of your favorite titles directly from Anythink’s website
free with your Anythink card. Just visit...
Lady Michelle Obama presented a 2010 National Medal for Museum and Library
Service to Anythink libraries – one of five museums and five libraries that were honored in a White House ceremony on Friday, Dec. 17. The Institute of Museum and...
Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010, new appointments took effect for the Rangeview
Library Friends Foundation Board. They are as follows: Chris Blackwood, chair;
Brian Hall, vice chair; Kyle Kreischer, treasurer; and Georgia Way,...
Library District and its Anythink libraries are the recipients of the 2010 National
Medal for Museum and Library Service, the nation’s highest honor for museums
and libraries. The annual award, made by the Institute of Museum
recent grant awards given to Rangeview Library District will greatly improve
Internet access and computing skills for children and adults in two Adams County
September, the Colorado State Library announced the award of a $26,551 grant
for the installation of a laptop computer...
Fortune 500 HR executive and one of the country’s most widely followed career
advisors, Liz Ryan, presents her four-part workshop “Career Reboot” beginning
Tuesday, Nov. 2, at Anythink Huron Street. During the four...
On Saturday, November 13,
the doors of the renovated and expanded 9,000-square-foot Anythink Commerce
City library will reopen, and Commerce
City residents plus library lovers from around the region
are invited to help us celebrate. This is the first of three outdated branch library
Hamilton, industry expert on emerging technologies in libraries, recently
accepted a position as Anythink IT manager at Rangeview Library District. Hamilton was named one of
Library Journal’s Movers and Shakers
of 2010 and is frequently tapped for speaking engagements at conferences and