Explore art activities with the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. Appropriate for ages 5-12. No registration necessary.
Enjoy your last Friday of the summer aboard the Rolling Video Games truck, parked outside the library. Appropriate for ages 5-12 (no M-rated games) and ages 12-18 (M-rated games may be available). No registration necessary.
In this monthly computer program, Carl the Computer Guy will help individuals with all levels of computer knowledge become more tech savvy through a variety of topics. This month, Carl will be teaching various techniques to back up your computer and protect your digital assets. Bring your own laptops for a more personalized experience, or laptops will be available for your learning needs.
Have no artistic talent what so ever? Want to see who can make the ugliest art possible? Come and make something utterly dreadful and compare your “talent” with your friends! Win an award for the worst art made! Ages 14 and up.
April 16: Ugly painting
April 23: Ugly jewelry
Accio movie! Spend the afternoon at the library with an afternoon screening of a film adaptation of prequel to a popular children’s book series. Snacks will be provided. Appropriate for ages 13 and up.
There's a chance you might be paying $10 a month – $120 a year – for a music subscription service. But did you know you can also stream for free with your library card and hoopla digital? With this service, you can search through practically any album you can imagine. My experience with hoopla has entailed searching for a random, small artist to be excited for one hit to pop up. Then, a week later, I seek the same artist and find even more options. The digital database grows off of your listening habits.
Traditional nursery rhymes are a fun way to connect the generations, but when you're tired of those, what can you listen to with your kids? There's actually a lot of kids' music coming out that's got a fun, modern sound that appeals to all ages but features kid-appropriate content. Here are some of the best new-school kids' albums available for check out from your local Anythink:
Comic books are for everyone. They help kids read by teaching new words in context through the pairing of text and illustrations. Plus, they're fun! Stop by to pick up some free special edition comic books to take home while supplies last. All ages welcome. No registration necessary.